Unveiling Bird Symbolism (3D) – The Phoenix of Assyria

Today is the day I will unveil the archaic phoenix that summoned the Dragons for war. It is beautiful, magnificent and follows all the sacred geometry principles to precision. It is Symmetrical and 3 dimensional as you can see in the outlined and the colored images. Its stretching it’s wings as it shoots upwards in Figure 4 and 6 and as it lands its feet on the hand of a God on Figure 5 and 7. The outline of the curved tips of the wings could be seen on the original image (Fig 3). the eyes are in the right place enclosed within the hand. You could even see the markers the archaic artists left for us to help us figure the point where the wing span ends and the starting point for the feet.

The Dragon wars of Assyria told through art (3D) – Part 1

There are rows of Dragons on the left side, it is not only one. As the story progresses, they will be revealed. the poses of the Dragons on the left is aggressive with their wings lifted up moving forward with their heads tilted to the ground, a typical aggressive move. its tongue clearly sticking out. The Dragons on the left are in a defensive position expecting an attack any minute. They are also in rows, the one on the inside is smaller as he is standing afar, his face will be revealed as the story progresses, the hand of the bigger dragon has covered it’s face, but it will be revealed as the story progresses. you could see it’s back, wings and tail starting to form if you zoom out.