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KELLY GREEN

"Spirals are for Protection"
Recycled wood

Before Christianity the ancient Celts had a reincarnation theory. The Celts did not believe in death. They felt that their spirits or souls went from transformation to transformation. For them the spiral represented the life force or energy of the Creator of the all that we and all things are connected to. Some of these spirals had very specific meanings but basically the Celts felt that the great spirals represented the protective nature of the Creator of the all, what many modern people call God. These Protective spirals dominated their art for 6,000 years. Not only did they line their burial mounds with massive slabs of stone with these great protective spirals but much of their art was curvilinear in design. Anything in a circle, a bend, a twist, a curve is a spiral. The mystic spirals represent connection and transformation of the universal life force that pulsates throughout the electromagnetic universe and connects us all and everything around us to the divine energy of which we all are a part.

 


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