MYTHS, LEGENDS, AND
other esoteric stuff. I was about to send my copy of Margaret Starbird’s ‘The Woman With the Alabaster Jar‘ to my sister (a spiritualist) when I stopped to refamiliarise myself with it. A mistake.
I got hooked. Again. (That’s the trouble with an open mind, sometimes it can be a wee bit too open.)
It led me via a circuitous route to this image (again)—
—which with a wee bit of tidying up reveals this image
—which even to the unadventurous calls forth multitudes of further queries, such as:
# why is God (incarnate) reaching for a bun that’s not there?
# is that effeminate dude immediately on JC’s right actually his Spouse?
# Spouse Mary, hmmm? She of The alabaster jar etc etc?
# To whom belongeth the hand holding the knife pointing at the heart of the guy …
# … by whose reaction it seems he’s only just noticed it himself?
Questions, always questions. I did ask years back without ever getting a satisfying answer; and never shall (but it keeps me off the streets).
IT IS SAID
that da Vinci knew a lot more about a lot more than even he dared declare in public, hence he encoded some of it in his works. Damned if I know but it’s fun trying …
AND I rather like the idea of God incarnate bonking a gorgeous redhead before crossing Himself …