065 "Peace (WorldPeace) Prayer"
Peace Prayer Full Image
x 24" / Oil on Canvas
by John WorldPeace
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PEACE (WORLDPEACE) PRAYER
A partial interpretation
from the artist's transient perspective
The central figure in the painting is female. She is
the mother of all humans and represents creativity as
well as all things born into this reality; love, nurturing,
and spirituality. Her ‘peace prayer’ is
for peace for all living things and for an increase
in peace in the world human society.
The female is not touching the WorldPeace symbol but
is exchanging energy with it. Around the peace emblem
are hearts, representing each and every human being
on the planet. She hopes that love will dominate each
of these human beings and will increase the peace in
the world human society.
The pad on which the female stands is red, suggesting
the blood of human beings; the life force. The blood
bubbles up and supports her and then mixes with the
water, which represents the Age of Aquarius. The water
and the blood mix and then cycle back up, depicting
the never-ending cycle of life (red blood) within this
earth whose nature is water.
At the bottom left are two cranes, which stand for peace.
They are male and female and are mostly black and white,
connoting good and evil and the duality of all things
in this reality. They are for the most part good (white)
but, like all things, have some darkness within. Their
feet are grounded in the earth and are black, showing
the confusion (evil) that is the primal nature of this
reality. The tangibility of the ground (reality) taints
the spiritual nature incarnate in all living things.
The lotus to the bottom right represents Heaven. Inside
the lotus is the core of God incarnate on the Earth.
The lotus pads are green, designating the Earth and
the lotus itself is pink, symbolizing love.
The birds are flying free in the universe and portray
the infinite number of souls in the intangible spiritual
reality, which most people refer to as “Heaven”.
They are divided into groups, which is how all humans
and spirits exist in all dimensions.
The birds are black, which in heaven can represent all
things. The birds are not black as it is associated
with evil on the earth.
In the background are images of doves, fragmented and
laying on top of each other infinitely. This symbolizes
the peace of the Infinite Oneness from which all things
manifest and into which all things disintegrate.
The hair of the female is gold, depicting permanence.
Now is the time of the human beings on the earth. It
is human beings who rule the earth as the dinosaurs
once ruled and as some other unknown group may one day
December 16, 2009