Myth & Symbol

Myths are symbolic narratives attempting to reveal universal truths about human life.

Latest Addition posted September 6, 2021

Goddess of the Jewelled Web – Visionary Arts’ Connection to Truth

Daniel Mirante

Art striving for an existential veracity or ‘truth’ will be put upon a difficult and confusing road, forking and branching pathways; between on one hand positivist and nominalist systems tending toward rationality (as in ‘ratio’, to measure), and on the other extreme something akin to pure aesthetics, decor, and the enjoyment of a sensoric object. What we wish to seek here is a deeper meaning for the Arts which put Sacred Art upon a respectable and integral foundation.

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The Racial Archetypes of Eurasia in the Oera Linda Chronicle

The Oera Linda purports to relate events between 2194 BCE to 803 CE, and tells of the ‘Free Folk’ and the events leading to how freedom in the current epoch was lost. Whether a work of intentional myth-making or an unveiling of the deep history of Europe, the Oera Linda is a work that has resonant visionary power, as this exegesis by Alexandr Dugin elucidates.


Added on July 29, 2021

 

Peresvet, Oslyabya, Divine Gloom

The key to understanding the symbolism of the painting’s composition is found in the interpretations of the “Mystical Theology” of Saint Dionysius the Areopagite. As you maybe aware, the most Luminous Darkness, of the Divine Gloom is a theological term from the Orthodox Apophatic theology, which is based on the” negative” way of perception on it’s way of the search for the Ultimate truth through the denial of everything that which is not It.


Added on January 23, 2021

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Psychegnosis

The altruistic and compassionate instinct in humanity seeks for the wellbeing of the entire community if not all sentient beings, and so the reason for application of spiritual effort is not only driven by the individuals longing for Union but also for the spiritual enlightenment of humanity and for the reduction of suffering wherever possible. We can call this collective effort ‘The Great Work’. As its heart or centre is the individual communion with the Divine, which we have described as autopsychegnosia.


Added on January 14, 2021

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Gustave Moreau’s “Archeological Allegory”

Against the supposed claims of such work to historical authenticity, Moreau formulated a principle of “archeological allegory,” which entailed the use of archeological source material in highly eccentric, deliberately anachronistic ways in his compositions.


Added on December 7, 2020

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