One of the most recent sort of lineage realizations I had was of the art in Sistine Chapel– The Sistine chapel, basically represents all that is needed to be comprehended within yourself; to even be able to like make contact with god in conscious comprehension–
Basically it represents the very basic structure of physical reality that underlies our heart– Or it is, the level of structure needed to be comprehended in order to even begin to see the heart–
It is just a reaching out point– It is the structure that can catch the wind of all things–
This isn’t insight I gained from the painting– It is insight I have gained in the image of myself that made the painting clear– That is, if that painting didn’t exist; I could not compare what I have done within myself to anything extended into the physical plane–
So you see; when I was interacting with these mythologies, I was not quite working with the image– I was working with the image of myself, extended into these things; which animated these things according to my spirit– I played out each creation; and when I played out the creation, I realized clearly what each distinct mythology was pointing to within myself–
This is what I mean by a living hyper-sigil so to speak– When I understand how all these things relate to me, I move differently according to how I relate to it– It is a bit like the cobra following the flute; only in a dance where the cobra is suddenly moving you; and then back to you moving the cobra– drawing this out into the formation of things; drawing this out into the symbolism of shapes and how they relate–Like a central echo reverberating into the shimmer of the texture of surface, and unto the depths of all matters–
Lauren CB says
I once found a photo of a skull shot from the bottom up through the eye sockets. I then saw the paintings in the Sistine. If you look at the main painting on the back wall, the shapes are distinct. They are the same as the skull. Eye sockets, nose… etc.. I think Michalangelo had a mystic experience of moving up his spine and saw this shape internally. Then used it to form the painting in the Sistine.