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‘Ariel – The Lion of God’ Original Canvas

£2,650.00

This is the first time that this unique and highly sought after painting has been made available for purchase.

Original Canvas (31.5 x 23 inches) – Acrylic on canvas, unframed.

On the left of my painting I show the creation of man and woman (Adam and Eve) as a fusion of the ‘Pleroma of Orion’ and contained by the creator god Atum, who is also Adam (or Osiris). Adam coupled with an aspect of Sophia (Isis/Eve), they form a trapezium (a trinity) along with the solar/stellar consciousness called Rigel, the brightest star in the constellation Orion, (not to be confused with Regulus in Leo). Rigel is the ‘seventh’ brightest star in the night sky and relates to the seventh Chakra (the crown). In the constellation of Orion, Rigel was also known as (Altair) and probably goes back to the ancient Babylonians and Sumerians, who called Aquilae (Altair) the eagle star.

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Price: £2650 (Includes Courier and Insurance)

If purchased in Europe, Neil could bring this amazing piece to you personally.

On the left of my painting I show the creation of man and woman (Adam and Eve) as a fusion of the ‘Pleroma of Orion’ and contained by the creator god Atum (who is also Adam or Osiris). Adam coupled with an aspect of Sophia (Isis/Eve) form a trapezium (a trinity) along with the solar/stellar consciousness called ‘Rigel’, the brightest star in the constellation Orion. Rigel is the ‘seventh’ brightest star in the night sky and relates to the seventh Chakra (the crown). In the constellation of Orion, Rigel was also known as (Altair) and probably goes back to the ancient Babylonians and Sumerians, who called Aquilae (Altair) the eagle star.

In the centre is a calm, almost meditating Lion (Ariel), which means “lion of God” in Hebrew (Shakespeare used it as the name of a ‘spirit’ in his play ‘The Tempest’). Ariel is also another word for the ‘city of Jerusalem’ (not IS-RA-EL) but the ancient spiritual location. A place I firmly believe to be in the heart of all human beings. The ‘presence of Ariel’, with the Lord Archon at its third eye, is bringing forth the separation of man and woman. It is also a symbolic rendition of the two sides of the brain (left and right hemispheres). Here Ariel is portrayed as a force that has the ‘opportunity’ to change human destiny and is ‘sleeping’ for the moment (dreaming), showing our world to be created through pure ‘divine imagination’. In my image the ‘Lion of God’ is caught up in his own pride, on one level, but is also ‘contemplating the existence of something greater than him’. Jerusalem is not yet awake! It will be, but the the Lord of Hosts at Ariel’s third eye is manifesting the ‘prison like worlds’ (the egg shell) that encases humanity in ‘emotional thoughts’.