Examples from Christian art
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Throughout the ages there have always been initiates, artists and mystics who knew that Jesus was not born as ‘the Son of God’, but had experienced a kundalini awakening, after which he was one with his Divine Father. The Gospel writers have hidden this spiritual truth in their texts in inventive ways, including the use of imagery and wordplay (see my books). Because of the rigid attitude of the church, the truth could not be spoken aloud, but underground, through esoteric groups such as the Freemasons, it found its way onto the canvas.
The CADUCEUS, the staff of the god Hermes, is the classic symbol for a kundalini awakening. The staff itself represents the spine with the kundalini energy flowing through it. The two serpents that wind up along the staff represent the duality that melts into one during the awakening process. Energetically, the two serpents represent the ida- and pingala-nadi, which flow along the spine, from the pelvis to the head. During the final phase of the kundalini process, these two energy channels merge at the sixth chakra (in the forehead). The two wings at the top of the caduceus represent the expansion of consciousness that results from this awakening process.
THE SIGN OF THE SACRED MARRIAGE (two fingers together: 2=1) is incorporated in many paintings, in one form or another, often in combination with other esoteric symbolism. This hand gesture refers to a fusion of the polar energies/duality, and with this to a process of kundalini awakening.
Conrad von Soest. The angel’s STAFF (click here) refers to the PINEAL GLAND (click here). The base of the vase refers to the EIGHT POINTED MORNING STAR (click here).
Hermann Schadeberg (attr. to)
Jacob Cornelisz van Oostsanen. Read about the symbolism in the crucifixion story in my book “Mary Magdalene, the disciple whom Jesus loved.”
Mathis Gothart Grünewald. The colors RED AND WHITE represent in alchemy the polar energy channels/SACRED MARRIAGE (click here).
John the Baptist, Church of St. Elisabeth of Hungary, Paris. John has experienced a kundalini awakening. Read about this in my book ‘John the Baptist, who became Jesus the Christ’.
Abraham Janssens. The colors BLACK, WHITE, YELLOW AND RED of Mary Magdalen’s clothing refer to the four phases of the MAGNUM OPUS (click here) of the alchemist. Read more on the symbolism in the story about the appearance of Jesus to Mary Magdalene in my book “Mary Magdalene, the disciple whom Jesus loved.”
Fiorenzo di Lorenzo. On the left Saint Christopher with the Christ child. The EIGHT POINTED MORNING STAR (click here) on the seat of Mary is a kundalini symbol. The pattern on the canvas behind Mary refers to the PINEAL GLAND (click here).
Fernando Yáñez de la Almedina
Juan de Flandes
Matteo di Giovanni, Christian Museum, Esztergom.
Bernard van Orley. The little statue above the angel has a CADUCEUS in his hand. The eight-pointed star on the floor tiles refers to the kundalini symbol the MORNING STAR (click here).
Tiziano Vecelli (Titian)
Armenian Gospel, 1435. Read about the symbolism surrounding the baptism of Jesus in my book ‘John the Baptist, who became Jesus the Christ’.
John the Baptist, Bartolomeo Veneto, 16th century. John has experienced a kundalini awakening. Read about this in my book ‘John the Baptist, who became Jesus the Christ’.
The beheading of John the Baptist, Cesare da Sesto. For the deeper meaning of John’s beheading, see my book ‘John the Baptist, who became Jesus the Christ’.
Matteo di Giovanni
David and Goliath, Tanzio da Varallo.
Giuliano Bugiardini (in the manner of)
The Assumption of Mary Magdalene, La Madeleine Church, Paris.
Read about Mary Magdalene’s kundalini process in my book “Mary Magdalene, the disciple whom Jesus loved.”
Tintoretto (Jacopo Robusti). The colors BLACK, WHITE AND RED of the LOINCLOTHS of the three crucified men refer to the phases nigredo, albedo and rubedo of the MAGNUM OPUS (click here).
Christen Dalsgaard (1824-1907, Danish)
Vincenzo Carducci, 17th century. Also in this painting the colors BLACK, WHITE AND RED of the MAGNUM OPUS (click here).
Sandro Botticelli, 1481, Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence. The large DOUBLE CIRCLES (click here) on the floor are a symbol from alchemy for the SACRED MARRIAGE. The colors RED AND WHITE represent the polar energies.