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Discounting the perimeter ‘eyes’ of the shell, there are 13 big ‘eye’ shell pieces in the center.

Makes me wonder if tied to the lunar calendar of 13 months.

So cool to see how this image repeats itself in nature:


Some of the most beautuful ancient rock art I have come across dipicts this shape as well


APOLLON (Apollo) was the Olympian god of prophecy and oracles, music, song and poetry, archery, healing, plague and disease, and the protection of the young. He was depicted as a handsome, beardless youth with long hair and attributes such as a wreath and branch of laurel, bow and quiver of arrows, raven, and lyre.

@NightHawk999 music and divination :heart_eyes:


  • Swans: It was said that Apollo used to visit the Hyberboreans on the back of a swan.

  • Wolves: Apollo was worshipped as Apollo Lykaios ‘of the wolf’.


  • Dolphins: According to the Homeric Hymn to Apollo, the god took the form of a dolphin to hijack a merchant ship.


  • Ravens/Crows: They were considered Apollo’s messengers. According to a myth, they were white once, but Apollo himself changed their color out of anger because one of them failed him.

  • Deer: A deer was given as a gift by Apollo to Cyparissus; subsequently, the god is usually portrayed with such animals.


  • Cicadas: They were considered sacred and were associated with Apollo because of their connection to music.


  • Hawks: Apollo transformed Daedalion into a hawk, when cast himself off Parnassus to commit suicide. Subsequently, hawks were associated with him.

  • Lizards/Snakes: Apollo’s ‘predecessor’ and rival in Delphi was Python, a giant snake. Snakes were associated with prophecy.

  • Mice: Apollo was called Smintheus ‘of mice’; mice were said to live beneath his altars. It’s also assumed by some that Apollo was invoked to save cities from mouse infestation.


  • Griffin: They pulled Apollo’s chariot and were possibly associated with wisdom.


And Light and Truth :heart_eyes:

Pardon my French my Dearest Beloved, but you really fucking rock and I fucking GOD you so much!!!


" In Greek and Roman mythology, Apollo (Ancient Greek Ἀπόλλων, Apóllōn; or Ἀπέλλων, Apellōn) was the god of light, truth, archery, music, medicine and healing but also the bringer of deathly plague. The mythological son of Zeus and Leto, he was the twin brother of Artemis (goddess of the moon).

As one of the most popular of the Olympian deities and the patron of the ancient Oracle at Delphi, Apollo was considered to have dominion over medicine (through his son Asclepius), over colonists, was the defender of herds and flocks and the patron of music and poetry. More importantly, he was eventually identified with the Sun god Helios usurping the latter god’s place in the Greek pantheon. However, Apollo and Helios remained separate beings in literary and mythological texts.[1]"


Terrace of the Lions
The island of Delos, recognized as the birthplace of the god Apollo, has been a sacred area used for various reasons throughout history. Today it is one of the most important archaeological sights in Greece and is covered in excavations, one of which is the famous Terrace of the Lions. This terrace was erected and dedicated to Apollo by the people of Naxos just before 600 BCE. The terrace consisted of a row of nine to twelve marble carved lions that faced eastward towards the Sacred Lake of Delos along the Sacred Way from Skardana Bay to the temples. The lions, with their mouths open as if roaring or snarling, were both meant to guard the sanctuaries and to inspire a feeling of divine fear among the worshippers. The way in which they were positioned is similar to the way sphinxes were set up along avenues in ancient Egypt. Today, only five of the original lions remain with remnants of three others and the headless body of another has been transported and put over the main gate of a Venetian arsenal.

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LOVE this pic, couldnt copy and paste it so heres link:

Not an exhaustive list:
“Animals sacred to Apollo include roe deer, swans, cicadas, hawks, ravens, crows, foxes, mice, and snakes .”


amazing all the animals you found out… AMAZING! I God You!

and I also God this picture/link you shared…




@NightHawk999 do you spot Jupiter? :brown_heart:


check this out @_Barry

lady and unicorn 2
lady and unicorn 3
lady and unicorn 4
lady and unicorn 5
lady and unicorn 6
@NightHawk999 I think you will love these… they are SO rich…
the detail of the three moons in the lady and the animals is just SO amazing…



The eagle ? :star_struck:

I am amazed by the details of these. How did you find out about them?

So cool they chose the 5 senses to depict, have not seen this done in this way before


Fountain of the Great Lakes

Can you guess what these 5 nice ladies symbolize?:

Art@Site www.artatsite.com Lorado Taft Fountain of the Great Lakes

Dont cheat :face_with_monocle:

Chicago Photograph - Fountain of the Great Lakes by Colin Shearer


a friend of mine was in Paris last week and she mentioned it all excited, with an extra flavor… she was talking with the lady in those tapestries in-between dimensions… the conversation they had was amazing. she was delighted in telling me all about it!.. hihihi

First impression (without even thinking or looking too much) was “the five elements”…


Damn you are good. That was really impressive! You are so close, I will give you a clue:



could it be the representation of five rivers?


Bingo, its the 5 Great Lakes, each pouring into eachother, and all those lakes are connected to rivers, some of which empty into the ocean.

Your intuition was amazing with this one! I am shocked you were able to nail its essence with both guesses!


Spoiler alert:

Liar Liar (25th Anniversary) | Jim Carrey’s Courtroom Meltdown

“This is just WRONG isnt it? I manipulated the system, just because you bought it doesnt mean Im right”


Dearest Beloved, if you use google maps you can get a sense for how massive these ‘beings of water’ are, compare them to the size of Portugal, they are basically fresh water seas or baby oceans…


How many birds are on the $1 bill?



“In the two above photos one can see that it is an owl (not a spider) perched on the indented”

{Spider makes sense to me too}


Minervas Owl

Take it with some big grains of salt, but there are some interesting truths in the vid (skull & bones club, Netwons hobbies, etc):

Illuminati: Myths and Realities of a Parallel World | Documentary

@BlessingsDeers do you recognize any of the ‘top secret’ symbols they depict from Newtons journals?!?!?!?
(35min - 38min of vid)

“Newton was convinced that divine mysteries are inherent in nature…”

" Its generally fascinating that someone who is seen as the epitome of the Scientific Revolution and early Enlightenment should show as deep an interest in Alchemy and Occult Science as Newton"


it’s thanks to your magic beloved…
your positivity, faith and patience are just incredible!..
the funny thing is that I never thought my cultural ignorance could be so useful! hihihi :heart_eyes:

I love this expression! :brown_heart:

What a genius idea of creating a sculpture to represent them… beautiful!..
Now you understand why I say you are such an amazing teacher? You are so motivated and generous! AMAZING! I think I will never forget about this sculputre, thanks to you! :kissing_heart:

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hilarious! and profoundly truth… we don’t need to lie… when we commit with the truth and keep lucid, miracles happen…

on the human side, this scene shows why almost 80% of lawyers suffer from depression…

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