Sunday 3 September 2023

Diana - Al-Fayed - Symbolism

Alison Jackson

Anonymous comments on 'The "Phoney Pharaoh".':

The memorials that Al Fayed had displayed at Harrod’s department store in London

“[Harrod’s was] owned by Dodi’s father.

“The symbolism here is extremely esoteric and significant …

“First, we see pictures of Lady Diana and Dodi Al-Fayed in two interlocking circles. In occultism, the name for the two interlocking circles is ‘vesica piscis’ and represents feminine energy …

“The pointed oval is a universal symbol of the Divine Feminine and in this context, the vesica piscis is the vulva of the Goddess, surrounded by the crescents of the waxing and the waning moon. This is yet another powerful symbol to associate Princess Diana with the female goddess principle. The vesica piscis was used by ancient pagans to represent the goddess Venus and was found in churches.

“Below the pictures, we find a pyramid with a capstone flanked by two candles (pillars) …

“[The pyramid] contains the wine glass – still bearing lipstick traces – used by Lady Di on her last supper. The symbol of the empty vase within a pyramid is another powerful image representing the union of the masculine and feminine principles. The wine glass carries the same meaning as the Holy Grail: the sacred feminine.

“In more abstract symbolism, a triangle pointing upwards represents the phallus and masculinity while a triangle pointing downwards represents the vagina, the womb, the receptacle, and femininity. Therefore, in this memorial, we have a feminine symbol within a phallic symbol. The Goddess Diana joining with the masculine – Dodi. This union is further represented by the engagement ring (given by Dodi the night before their death) placed underneath the wine glass.”


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