The Creators Setting & Symbolism

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Darsan

Darsan is the two-way flow of vision as believed by Hindus. Through Darsan, the devoted sees the god and vice versa, and to represent this concept, many of the Hindu gods have a third eye in the center of their forehead.

Stonehenge

Stonehenge in southern England is the most impressive megalith formation that shows early man's effort to create something that would last forever. Comprised of two concentric, symmetrical circles of large stones, Stonehenge was constructed around 2000 B.C., as proved by twentieth century carbon dating, and this makes it one of the earliest works of European architecture.

Pyramids

The pyramids were built by the Egyptians in 2700 B.C. and are the only of the Seven Wonders of the World to survive. They show the changeless world of the Egyptians in the city they built to immortalize the dead, and they served as a symbol of life...

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