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The Sun

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Mature  |  Published: July 30, 2017
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My interpretation of The Sun Arcana of the Tarot deck. Done for Character Design Challenge.

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The Sun is Alive. The Sun is God."The proposition is that Sun is a living, conscious being with an intelligence that dwarfs our own. I am not only suggesting that Sun is a large complex system with some form of self-governing intelligence to it, but also that it is a living being, aware of itself and its place in the universe; that it is fully conscious and communicates with other conscious beings at its own level, and other levels; that its consciousness is so far beyond what we enjoy that it could be accorded deity status of a high order, and be recognized as a conscious being by atheists and agnostics, whatever spin they put on it.
As staggering as this proposition might seem, it is hardly novel, and was once held as a near universal belief or understanding in most parts of the globe. It is possible that generations of Neolithic peoples, the ancient Sumerians, Chaldeans, and Assyrians, the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Maya, Inca, Aztec, and the ancient Celts and Native Americans were not completely deluded. Perhaps t
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Upon The Sand
from The Wanderer by Kahlil Gibran
http://4umi.com/gibran/wanderer/15
Said one man to another,
"At the high tide of the sea, long ago, I wrote a line upon the sand with the tip of my staff;
and people still pause to read it, and they are careful that naught shall erase it." 
The other man said,
"I too wrote a line upon the sand;
but it was at low tide, and the waves of the vast sea washed it away.
But tell me, what did you write?"
And the first man answered,
"I wrote this:
"I am he who is." 
But what did you write?" 
And the other man said,
"This I wrote:
"I am but a drop in this great ocean.""
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JadeSnkHobbyist Digital Artist
That patience for the details. Great work!