Crossing (a Christian drawing by my wife)

The woman at the top is Jerusalem, and the woman at the bottom is Laodicea. My wife Monica drew this.

She enjoyed putting a lot of meaning into the art. Monica loves to draw, and this one was very special given all the parallel meanings throughout the drawing. This piece is actually encoded with the golden ratio. She spent a long time to measure and draw everything.

On the heavenly side the Messiah Yahshua is King, but on the worldly side Caesar Augustus approaches the UN.

I especially like the satirical elements, such as the UN flag flying from an obelisk.

The soldiers represent worldly empires that have dominated the earth militarily over millennia. The first in time was Babylon (the soldier on the far left). After Babylon came Persia, then Greek, Roman…

Notice how the Messiah Yahshua’s crown features the five platonic solids, compared to the conveyor belt around the pyramid on the worldly side.

On the original drawing you can see WAY more detail than the photo online. But did you notice “Gen 3:15” on the soldier’s jacket? It’s a verse, “I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and her offspring. He will bruise your head, and you will bruise his heel.”

Compare the verse on the foot bridge, “As my Father has loved me, also I have loved you.” John 15:9

I love my wife too!

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