Symbol for: the pineal gland
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.
In Christian paintings, the IRIS is used as a secret symbol for the pineal gland. The shape of the flower makes her very suitable for this, and the Greek goddess IRIS is a personification of the kundalini energy. Seemingly careless, this flower is placed somewhere in the foreground or background, in a setting with Jesus and/or other saints. Often in the color dark blue or purple, the color of the energy of the sixth chakra (indigo).
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.
Mary Magdalene, Piero di Cosimo. All seven CHAKRA COLORS can be found in Mary Magdalene’s CLOTHES and HAIR: she has experienced a process of kundalini awakening. Read about this in my book “Mary Magdalene, the disciple whom Jesus loved.”
Giovanni Martino Spanzotti and Defendente Ferrari, 1508-1510, Cattedrale Metropolitana di San Giovanni Battista, Torino. The colors BLACK, WHITE, YELLOW AND RED (clothing angels) refer to the four phases of the MAGNUM OPUS (click here) of the alchemist.
Adriaen Isenbrandt. The DOUBLE CIRCLE (click here) in the background is an alchemical symbol for the fusion of the polar energies/duality. The EIGHT-POINTED STAR (click here) on the floor is an ancient kundalini symbol.
Bayerischer Meister. The PHOENIX on the SLEEVE of the angel is an alchemical symbol for a kundalini awakening.
Master of Frankfurt. The BAPTISM of Jesus is a metaphor for a KUNDALINI awakening. Read more in my book ‘John the Baptist who became Jesus the Christ’.
Pietro Perugino, 1510. Jesus holds up two fingers with his right hand and one finger with his left hand: he has made the TWO into ONE: the SACRED MARRIAGE. This is also the meaning of the almond-shaped lines of the VESICA PISCIS (click here) around him.
Charles Amable Lenoir, circa 1900. The woman points with TWO FINGERS (2=1) at her HEAD, the place where the SACRED MARRIAGE takes place. Her ARMS express the pathway of the kundalini from the PELVIS to the head. The MIDDLE FINGER (click here) refers to the awakened SPINE.
Gerard David (workshop of)
John the Baptist, Defendente Ferrari. John the Baptist experienced a process of kundalini awakening. Read about this in my book ‘John the Baptist who became Jesus the Christ’.
Master of the Embroidered Foliage
Hans Memling, MET Museum, NY. The STAFF (click here) of the angel is a symbol for the awakened spine. On the cloak of the angel is a symbol for the PINEAL GLAND (click here). The OCTAGON AND THE EIGHT-POINTED STAR (click here) on the floor refer to a kundalini awakening.
Fernando Yáñez de la Almedina, Museo del Prado. The child JESUS and the little JOHN the Baptist look the same. They are also one and the same person! Read about this in my book ‘John the Baptist who became Jesus the Christ’.
Hernando de los Llanos. The baby Jesus points to his HEAD and lifts ONE LEG (click here): he has experienced a kundalini awakening (2=1).
Gérard David (1460-1523), Museo del Prado. The necklace of RED CORAL (click here) is a symbol for the kundalini energy.
Albrecht Durer (workshop), 1508. The TWO STRANDS OF HAIR, flying in the air, refer to the merging of the polar energies (2=1) in the head.
St. Sebastian, Francesco Bacchiacca. Saint Sebastian’s BODY POSTURE refers to a ascending kundalini SERPENT. His LEGS (click here) symbolize 2=1.
Hugo van der Goes. BLACK, WHITE AND RED (flowers) are the colors of the phases nigredo, albedo and rubedo of the MAGNUM OPUS (click here) of the alchemist. The TRIANGLE (click here) that Mary forms with her hands refers to the SACRUM, the abode of the kundalini.
Robert Campi. The pattern on the CANVAS behind Mary refers to the PINEAL GLAND (click here). With both his hands John the Baptist (green robe) makes the SIGN OF THE SACRED MARRIAGE (2=1).
The Divine Spouse (El Divino Esposo), Miguel Cabrera, Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The colors RED AND WHITE (flowers) refer in alchemy to the (inner) SACRED MARRIAGE (click here).
The Last Judgment, Anonymous, Germany. The IRIS touches the top of the PILLAR (click here) in the angel’s hand. A PILLAR is a symbol for the awakened SPINE. The colors BLACK, WHITE AND RED of the angel refer to the MAGNUM OPUS (click here).
Castilian school, 1483-1495. Mary Magdalene points to her HEAD with two fingers (2=1). The colors BLACK, WHITE, YELLOW AND RED surrounding the head of Jesus refer to the four phases of the MAGNUM OPUS (click here) of the alchemist.