by Federation of International Poetry Associations of UNESCO in Santa Claus, IN .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||PS3566.L3 C67 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||88081074|
The cosmogram was a core symbol of the Kongo ideographic religious symbol, the cosmogram was called dikenga dia Kongo or tendwa kia nza-n' Kongo in the KiKongo language. Ethnohistorical sources and material culture demonstrate that the Kongo cosmogram existed as a long-standing symbolic tradition within the BaKongo culture before European contact in , and that it . Get this from a library! Melik Ohanian: Cosmograms. [Melik Ohanian; Jean-Christophe Royoux] -- "Cosmograms is an extension of Seven Minutes Before, a film for seven screens directed by Malik Ohanian for the French Pavilion at the 26th São Paulo Biennial, "--T.p. verso. The unconditional love flowing from the Sacred CosmoGram is the source of those creations. Tools to utilize the energies of the CosmoGrams, nature, and our own inner faculties in every day life. These include Sacred CosmoGram Book and pendants, links to meditations and workshops events, life Webcast Guided Journeying or Video Meditation with. Two Cosmograms mediates the dissonance between the environmental question at stake and the narrow repertoire of emotions and imaginations with which we try to understand these issues by exploring speculative fiction as the political art that integrates the story of the cosmos into our own life stories.
This book, with its profound corresponding cosmograms, reveals our Identity as being from the Divine Essence of Creation. We not only have a Divine Image, but we also have the Similitude that can bring our Consciousness into a linkage with the Universal Divine Mind. This book describes Creation from the Heavenly realms through Sacred Image Codes. Foreword to the Theory of Spheres. pp in Cosmograms Lukas & Sternberg NY (on how a global sense of human unity has broken down and been replaced by a fundamentally different senses of space/time, world and being-in-the-world that affords a primary place to enveloping ecology and environment; on the ideal of ‘space-ship’ Earth). Scholars often assume that elite, or high-status tomb chapels of the Egyptian Old and Middle Kingdoms featured decorations in order to provide for the eternal needs of the deceased. However, this explanation often fails to account for the content of many such decorations. The Cosmos of Khnumhotep II offers a detailed study of the tomb chapel of Khnumhotep II. The Kongo Cosmogram. The cosmogram is a symbol which is one of many manifestations of Kongo, or Bakongo, culture in the Americas. It is described and illustrated in detail in Flash of the Spirit: African and Afro-American Art and Philosophy by Robert Farris Thompson.
“Often in a cosmogram there's an aim that goes beyond mere description or depiction: it's often a redescription, in the conditional or future tense: not the world as it is but the world as it could be. There can be a utopian intention, the goal of projecting new possibilities into a world which seemed fixed. Or to use a recent example, Philip K. Dick's novels map points where the standard. Huntington’s book is a lucid study of the cosmograms that South Asian cosmographers, architects, ritualists, and artists produced over many centuries, with particular emphasis on the colorful visions of Mahayana Buddhists in the eastern Himalayas, including Tibet. The book connects the postcolonial and queer debate around chronopolitics with artistic strategies that introduce breaks, stutter time, use citations and anachronisms, and introduce deferrals and collapses between time and meaning. € Kevin Schmidt Cosmograms is conceived as an extension of Melik Ohanian’s film. Find The Book of Cosmograms by Cody Kuiack at Blurb Books. A set of 64 Symbols with an underlying philosophy to help expand on topics ranging from philosophy of Released on: Ma