The Christ child triumphant. Clothed in flesh, the spirit of God enters space-time
of a woman. God intervenes in human history to
demonstrate His love for Man, reconciling the entire
world to the Creator.
There are two types of change: decay and Transformation. Decay is a downward spiral, difficult to escape, but Transformation is a rebirth into a new reality. Embrace change with trust and joy, and Transformation will surely follow.
GODDESS OF FLIGHT
Dreams of flight represent spiritual ecstasy, freedom, and joy.
Guarding the eggs of the Unborn Souls, the Spirit of Flight challenges us to fly. For only by denying the bounds of earth can we let go of the spiritual burdens we carry and truly be free.
Sigils are small plaques with the most popular single prints from the Hexikons mounted them. They are a solid wood measuring 4.5 x 4.5 inches, with a decorative hook on the top. They are painted with metallic paint on both the front and the back, and coated with a high-gloss finish. Each Sigil is hand made by the artist.
The omniscient and omnipotent Eye of God sees all. Surrounding the Eye are twelve stars, signifying the twelve tribes of Israel, the twelve Apostles, and the twelve months of the year. The border contains images of the Four Elements and grapes, which refer to harvest offerings to God in the Hebrew Bible.
In the form of a Dove, the Holy Spirit descends upon the earth, the heavenly host in atten-dance. The candle flame signifies knowledge, as the Spirit brings us knowledge of God. The Dove invites and empowers us to soar to new heights in ecstatic union with the Creator of our souls.
Hoarding his gold, the Great Serpent seeks to enfold the entire earth. Possessiveness and greed leads to spiritual death. Only through love and selflessness can we gain wealth of true value. Our souls are described by what we cling to and what we discard.