hi, was just wondering about your avatar. did you make it yourself? what does it mean? the reason I ask is it looks very similar to a symbol I had a vision of many years ago with a message. I even made a thread about it in November 2011 (I think) anyway was just wondering as I have still not found the true meaning of this symbol kind regards
Thanks for noticing. I did create it myself. It is a four pointed star, symbolizing the four elements. The heart is love and the star in the middle of the heart is the soul. The lightning bolts emanating are the electromagnetic energy pulses created by these connections. The other pieces are meant to represent the universal dimensions. Kindest regards, Soul
These are not merely avatars, they are the avatars of avatars.
Since we are avatars, further representations are futile ...?
The fierce warriors make me giggle --
Who are they trying to kid ?
The winsome faerie women --
In your dreams.
Where there's humour, there's hope.
But most are a bit sad.
ElysiumFire ------ just loving the hat...
The cat jumping out of the hatch --
Now there's class.
"What fools these mortals be". Puck, Midsummer Night's Dream.
Im in the prcess of changing my avatar (to my background picture, which is a glorified yingyang) but my current one is just, well theres a moment in time when you sit down and have a drink, wether its alone or with company that it all falls into place and you ARE superman, then it generally goes downhill from there.
Anyone who likes a drop or worked in the bar game will know what im talkin' about.edit on 30-10-2013 by Ranong because: (no reason given)
My avatar is of a crying bunny, representing my blood-thirsty warrior spirit.
The Canadian flag? I'm kinda disgusted with America right now, eh?
ETA: HEEHEE, I said blood-thirsty warrior right after the post above mine!edit on 30-10-2013 by beezzer because: (no reason given)
This avatar is a work that aims at a void that signifies precisely the non-being of what it represents,
actually a suggestion of performance psychically involving the viewer with the creative process, provoking instinctive responses to the precarious composition and graphics.