Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Escape from Damnation?

The Sistine Chapel's ceiling with various painted element parts from larger scheme within the Chapel, including the large fresco (mural painting ) 'The Last Judgment' on the sanctuary wall at the alter.  This includes works by Michelangelo and several leading painters of the late 15th century who are Sandro Botticelli, Domenico Ghirlandaio and Pietro Perugino.

A large set of tapestries by Raphael, the whole illustrating much of the doctrine of the Catholic Church.  Central to the ceiling decoration is nine scenes from the Book of Genesis of which The Creation of Adam is the best known, having an iconic standing equaled only by Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa, the hands of God and Adam being reproduced in countless imitations.  The complex design includes several sets of individual figures, both clothed and nude, which allowed Michelangelo to fully demonstrate his skill in creating a huge variety of poses from human figures.  Representing an experience the universe will learn, what it is to coexist with evil.  Should I?  Shouldn't I?

'The Last Judgment' as seen at the alter:

The outer and inner portions represents a Dragons face

One needs a road map of these tapestries which explains a story between Heaven and Hell.
Character titles in image

Just in this one scene we see Bartholomew, holding Michelangelo's own image (he painted his face in the image) and a strong dislike of the world of the flesh. Separating the soul, question in balance as being held between two points, Heaven and Hell.

Middle Ground:

So let's say one deviated from this old story and you know your butt is in the balance as you come near the end of human life, for you were convinced to sell your soul, who's the Jagoff now?  Your place on living Earth has been your Kingdom nourished by the planet and humanities tit, but time nears an end, must evade eternal damnation.  Maybe by placings ones flesh into a state of animation, a deep sleep until better technology comes online for human parts. Some elites have had 5 heart replacements, parts wear out and so does the brain.

Where would you ship your ass off to?  The most isolated area on Earth is Antarctica.

Could Stay Dormant here for a while:

The rotation in the Southern Ocean current drives around Antarctica where she drives most waters away, keeping her pristine.

The Air even acts like a shield:

Images by earthnullschool

wind currents @ 700 hPa = 9,882 ft. - 3.012 metres
Between the ocean currents and airflow Antarctica has isolated a true desert.  So with all the money in the world, your cards need to be played on an ideal spot for storage and where maintenance can be provided to secure a resurrection as long as your heart and brain don't stop, keeping one away from the eternal Abyss.  A lesson learned by entering life through the skin, for all humans, what is it to coexist with evil?  Ours is to reason, Earth is that host; GOD'S Speed, Try Not to Suck!     

Antarctica is having some large interest lately, could some be interested in escaping damnation?  Like from the phrase 'what's in your wallet' but in this case, 'where will you go'?

The Sistine Chaple


Descending The Cold Steps:

Deep Purple tells a tale, many questions received by fans from all over the world who are speculating about the meaning of the title “inFinite” and "Long Goodbye".

'Time For Bedlam'

Peculiar timing on this song just released, an exploration in cheating death of the damned.


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