150,00 750,00 

ARIUS – (c. 260-327 AD) was an important theologian and priest in early Christianity whose controversial teachings and views soon played a significant role in church history. Born in Libya, Arius soon became one of the most influential theologians of his time. Arius’ teachings focused primarily on the nature of the Trinity. Arius can be considered an early proponent of Hermetic teachings, although he may not have been aware of these details. He was a pioneer in metaphysics and a man of peace who fought for truth at the same time. He was willing to reveal the truth even if it meant reconsidering his own religious beliefs. Arius brought the light of peace to the darkness while renewing fundamental concepts of his religion. His teachings and steadfastness have left a lasting impact on the development of Christian theology and discussions about the nature of God. In the work ARIUS, a battle of GOOD and EVIL is metaphorically depicted. The scene takes place in the style of John Milton’s “Paradise Lost“. If one considers now that there is no GOOD or EVIL, but only two ends on a line mean, then one recognizes the symbolism behind it, which can be derived from view of the metaphysics and the hermetic teachings. We live in an illusion!

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  • Fine Art print on finest Hahnemuehle Baryta paper 325g (further options available on request via MAIL)
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30 x 30 cm – open Edition, 60 x 60 cm – open Edition, 100 x 100 cm – Edition of 150


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