This image appeared in a NASA Hubble telescope shot of a Nebula.
The face with the halo of light is easy to spot. Pareidolia? Or is it more than that. You decide
Modern view of Cherubim.
One of the interesting things
you find when seeking answers in the past is
that you first have to decipher current modern
interpretations and representations of Ancient
truths. Today Cherubim have been stylized to
be cute chubby babies, little angels. This
completely takes away any possible hint of
what they looked like in the past, like in the
time of Solomon. So lets have a look and see
what they were really like.
We have seen many images and
statutes of Ancient Gods and Goddesses from
almost every culture that appears with the
body of a human and the head of an animal. We
have seen others that have a human like head
and the body of an animal.
So what did Cherubim look like
in Solomon's day?
Web site: Virtual Center for Phoenician Studie
|King Hiram of Byblos,
on a Cherubim Throne
This bas relief is from his sarcophagus. The Cherubim have been identified as Winged Sphinxes (p. 127. Sabatino Moscati. The Phoenicians. Gruppo Editoriale Fabbri Bompiani, Sonzono, Etas S.p.A. Milan. March 1988). Moscati dates the sarchopagus to the 13th-12th century B.C. that is about 300 years before King Solomon.
The biblical Angels are all MALE but in our Fantasy Collection we will be looking at both the Dark Side and the Light. This is basically a collection of pretty art
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