The Common Spiritual Background of the Cathedral of Chartres and the Altar of Isenheim The Common Spiritual Background of the Cathedral of Chartres and the Altar of Isenheim

The Common Spiritual Background of the Cathedral of Chartres and the Altar of Isenheim

The Veneration of Mary, the Octave and the Enneagram: The purpose of human being in the creation and the cause of his suffering.

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This writing is dedicated to those who wish to recognise Unity in diversity.


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I am an outsider with my interpretations of works of art. This provides the advantage that my view is not formed by the binoculars of the art historians. I allow works of art to speak directly and to connect with the knowledge that through decades of studies of cosmological structures is accumulated in me. According to my way of seeing, it is crucial to acknowledge that many famous works of art, which have survived for thousands of years, were created from an entirely different set of motivations than contemporary art. Ancient art was created on the basis of a wider world view that was the result of long studies and training and allowed the artist to express the knowledge of their respective spiritual traditions for the benefit of the viewer or listener in a creative way. Today we can barely imagine that they saw themselves as being active in the service of harmonisation – in terms of the individual development and the society as a whole. Art was Sacred, and the artists were not tied to representations based on self-will and self-importance.

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Verlag arssacra verlag
arssacra_no AAH-0001e
Author Agnes Hidvéghy
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Heft 72 Seiten
Filegrösse 3,5 MB, PDF

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