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Jun 2, 2010 | 3:42 AM EDT
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Drawing telling a story of enlightment as told by the ancient cabal Illuminati. Main motivators for this gargantuan piece ( 40cmx80 if I remember right) were the Illumitus!-triology and Principia Discordia. So this is both

Hail Eris! KALLISTI!

and

Heute die welt, morgens die sonnensystem! EWIGE BLUMENKRAFT!

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KadajMetalKadajMetal

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love it ! Especially how dark and detailed are Cthulu and the beast.Great shades ! and epic piece !


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Jakubias responds:

Hey big thank you!


WallofYawnWallofYawn

Rated 4 / 5 stars

nice

I see free mason symbolism here, and even some hp lovecraft(that's Cthulu, i'm assuming, underneath the gal) here. There's a lot of wicked imagery going on here, and it's all complex and seems to tell some sort of story. I like it. Good job, yo. :)


Jakubias responds:

Actually this was meant to be three image transition from representing to non-representing. And maybe I got carried bit out with this.
Btw, there's also Peter Steele.
Thanks!


MegalodonMaxMegalodonMax

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hey

Is that girl gonna be sacrificed to the devil?


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Jakubias responds:

Propably not, she has achieved some kind of enlightment, or she is the goddess herself, I don't know, why you ask me, I'm just an artist!! Thanks!


PainlessEmoPainlessEmo

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Interesting Picture

By the way, I like your phrase from German to English its "Today the World, In the morning the solar system." "Eternal flower power" And Dont you mean "Kallisto" or "Callisto" Instead of "Kallist"


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Jakubias responds:

Thanks. I mean what I wrote, Kallisti. It is the motto of goddess of chaos Eris, meaning "to the prettiest one" if I remember right.


kirbibohkirbiboh

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Hail Eris

Again, you deliver a fantastic piece. Exquisite lines and details.

I am also a fan of the Principia Discordia.


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Jakubias responds:

KALLISTI!