posted on Jan, 1 2014 @ 05:28 AM
You won't get an apology because your incorrect, the editor in your article stating his opinion called it an "all seeing eye", if you read the text
you quoted you'll notice it doesn't suggest the creator of the show calls it that.
Again, you've failed to demonstrate where the intention of the creator of the show was to capture the essence of the conspiracy of the "all seeing
eye" for public display. Where you see a conspiracy, i see an artist with no obvious conspiracy agenda.
Care to show otherwise?
In fact, here is what it actually means:
The all seeing, ever-sparkling eye symbolises one community and one shared vision to live a harmonious, stimulating, exciting life in a city that
allows every individual the opportunity look to the future with optimism... and to Shine.
So as you can see, no conspiracy here.
“When I thought about the word Shine there seemed to be so many options but in the end I decided to go with the eye,” Mr Mombassa said.
“The eyes are the most interesting part of the human face and there is that idea of the eye being the window to the soul, as well as the spiritual
aspect of the third eye, from which shines an invisible metaphysical laser beam.
“It also relates to the harbor setting as the eye is a watery harbor nestled in the superstructure of the face, a blue or brown eye pond surrounded
by ridgelines, gullies and promontories of flesh and bone.”
In addition to the 9pm Family Fireworks and Midnight Fireworks Displays, the City of Sydney has just announced a special one-off 10:30pm fireworks
display, “Cranium Universe,” that will show the inside of Mombassa’s head “buzzing with a constellation of stars, planets, the sun and the
moon,” according to the City of Sydney.
“Cranium Universe refers to the fact that all the sights and sounds and words and deeds of the known universe actually exist in our head,”
“Our perceptions of reality may be a purely subjective mind film, endlessly projected on the bony screens situated at the rear of every cranium.
“But on New Year’s Eve we will attempt to objectify some of the larger elements of the known universe, like the stars and the planets, by drawing
and sculpting them with fireworks.”
As you can see, from HIS MOUTH, he's depicting a metaphysical piece of art, culminating with the eye, representing a shared vision of peace and
happiness for all, and then objectifying celestial objects by using fireworks. There's no intention from the artist to attach any conspiracy with it,
his intentions have been clearly laid out for you. So where is the conspiracy?
edit on 1-1-2014 by raiden12 because: (no reason