December 31, 2010 § 2 Comments
Tagged: emblems, gestures, hands, intersection, inversion, Symbols, X, X-shapes
Maria: the crossed fingers makes me think of Janus, the two-faced god who looks both ways–January is the month of caution (and preparation). RT
Thanks – it’s interesting because when I read about inversion in my book about symbols, researching this theme for my latest posts (this post is also in the current inversion theme), my book said that, the mountain of Janus […] is the locale of Inversion – the mountain of death and resurrection. This mountain has two peaks, and every symbol that is alluding to the situation of Inversion is marked by duality or by twin heads.
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