Question: Why are the Three Mysteries art pieces called by that name? They’re undeniably mystical, but what are the three mysteries?
They portray events in the life of a mystic. Along the journey of a mystic, three unexplainable mysteries are encountered. Toltec mystics call these the Riddles of the Heart, Mind and Spirit respectively.
They pertain to the following:
- The unexplainable fact that our entire, substantial reality is assembled by the position of the little ball of light in our fields called the Assemblage Point. When this ball of light’s position is shifted and the shift maintained, a whole other reality appears and this one goes away.
- The unthinkable fact that every act of an individual shifts and rearranges his entire reality; the power of one individual in manifesting change in his or her environment.
- The fact that we can become impervious to the wear and tear and eventual victory of The Tumbler – the grinding force of the cosmos that causes aging and death. That we may step off the treadmill of birth and rebirth by ceasing to oppose life.
Walking Between the Worlds
The deeply mystical nature of the artist’s work is very apparent in this art piece. The image breaches the limitations of physical boundaries. Its other-worldly forms are bathed in the etheric light of hidden realms.
On the auspicious night when Sirius rises above the horizon in the Northern Hemisphere, masters of mystery schools gather to witness the mystical event. Through the ages Sirius rising has been associated with the resurrection after its long sojourn below the horizon.
Flight of the Mystic
Master of space and time, the mystic overcomes gravity in his flight to freedom beyond mortal boundaries.