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V I T R U V I A N   G O D D E S S
2015 digital, ink dye sublimated to aluminum with high gloss finish, float-back framing (48 x 58") at $33,000.

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I’ve always looked at Leonardo da Vinci's “Vitruvian Man” as a somewhat incomplete sketch...


This is a depiction of Venus, Aphrodite, or Inanna, depending on Roman, Greek, or Sumerian culture. Venus is always depicted as a 5-pointed star, ergo, the pentagon is used here to depict her loving, healing, nurturing, and vibrational geometry. 


Da Vinci would have put his life on the line had he dared to portray his "Vitruvian Man" in an idealistic geometric form with the arms depicted in the overhead vertical position, reaching toward the heavens. This would have been blasphemous since it was synonymous with a 5-pointed star in a circle, typically associated with witchcraft; taboo in the Renaissance era, since the Church was well aware of the threat that this revived ancient knowledge might pose.


But this is not being used as witchcraft. And we are no longer controlled by the Church. It is, simply, powerful and pure sacred geometry working in our evolutionary favor. Symbols are tethered to the intelligence that harnesses their frequency, whether it be for good, or evil. And I assure you, this is for good.


The circle encompassing the pentagon also doubles as a Merkaba, a figurative “Chariot of Fire” transportation device that we had access to on Atlantis & Lemuria, and is still sourced in the chakra system of all humans.  


Our intention is to harness this Venusian healing energy to help regenerate and rejuvenate the planet, bring in the healing green, heart-chakra-generating energy of the Earth to restore and transform Her and our species back to perfect health, peace, and tranquility. Becoming aware of our own divine powers is the path to the Next Human.


The Vitruvian Man
by Leonardo da Vinci
c. 1490
Pen and ink with wash over metalpoint on paper
34.6 cm × 25.5 cm (13.6 in × 10.0 in)
Gallerie dell'AccademiaVenice
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