Reader Full Image
x 30" / Oil on Canvas
by John WorldPeace
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A partial interpretation from the artist's transient
The Reader (psychic or clairvoyant) is orange, which
is a color designating psychic ability but she is a
dirty orange as opposed to a bright orange.
The Reader gives off an aura of different shades of
blue, which represent some of the levels to which she
is attuned. She cloaks herself in blue to make us believe
that she comes in truth and light.
Blue is a spiritual color but it does not carry as high
a vibration as purple.
The Reader is represented as a common person with some
special gifts to attune to the non-physical reality.
She has enough ability to make her credible.
Her hair is like blue fire. It is in truth, ice. She
is a cold person. She has no fire or warmth but only
the coldness of ice blue. The Reader is detached from
those whom she victimizes.
I have exposed the Reader. She is naked. She has wedged
herself into a corner thinking she cannot be pulled
out. She will soon realize that I backed her into the
corner so that she could be seen by all for what she
Her breasts, abdomen and womb form a mask that gives
away the true nature of her being. The mask understands
that it is on public display. Yet, its vehicle, the
Reader, does not realize this.
The eyes of the Reader are empty, meaning she can truly
see nothing and she therefore has nothing to give.
The blue aura is surrounded by raw canvas, which represents
the earth and all that it contains: this is the arena
in which The Reader operates.
The red represents blood, symbolic of the pain and suffering
that has been spilled by the Reader onto the earth.
This is a weak Reader and the blood that she has spilled
seems minor, yet that blood represents the pain and
suffering caused by this Reader to hundreds of lives.