A symbolical painting is seen; a beautiful butterfly meeting
sacrificial death through an impaling dart of wisdom.
Kozminsky Symbol:A lion with his paw upon a heart, above a square.
A new symphony is played by the orchestra; the music dramatizes
racial progress from aspiration to realization.
Kozminsky Symbol:A gold-covered book, on which is cut a Crux ansata crowned, floating in the misty air.
A new day dawns and when the light permits the recognition of
detail it can be seen that all things are changed.
Kozminsky Symbol:A young girl striving to escape from immaterial, but visible cords which surround her; the more she struggles the more they increase.
A group of students of higher truth in summer conference are
seated about a camp fire in unconscious meditation.
Kozminsky Symbol:A broken wedding-ring lying on a table.
A teacher of the occult betrays his possession of the real
knowledge by the inspiration of his gathered students.
Kozminsky Symbol:A naked arm and hand, from which blood is flowing. Above, a sword.
A pilgrim sits on a rustic bench and one by one his ideals in a
sort of trance-vision take form before him.
Kozminsky Symbol:A traction engine traveling along a newly made road in very charming country.
An eccentric old witch is feeding her chickens and seeking to
allay their fear of a hawk whom she has just tamed.
Kozminsky Symbol:A winged globe on the back of a sporting dolphin.
In the depths of the wood is an abandoned farm; in the deserted
house a fireplace blazes merrily and mysteriously.
Kozminsky Symbol:A group of people standing dejectedly outside the closed doors of a big financial institution.
Three Old Masters hang together in an art gallery; they have a
room to themselves and seem to hold converse.
Kozminsky Symbol:A large pair of scales. Two men quarreling behind.
Placid waters are revealed at the bottom of a narrow rapids; a
canoe is rapidly and surely approaching safety.
Kozminsky Symbol:An old hermit, in a cave, grasping a crucifix.
A kindly old professor from his battered desk looks out over his
eyeglasses at a class eagerly awaiting his words.
Kozminsky Symbol:A crow with a large rat in its beak.
A worker's shift is finished and the miners emerge from their
grimy hole into daylight and life above ground.
Kozminsky Symbol:A man falling from an insecure and broken bridge into a dark pit below.
A children's birthday party is in progress; on a side porch a
group of youngsters are blowing soap bubbles.
Kozminsky Symbol:A woman in a dark blue costume entering a convent door; her head is erect, her arms raised, and she heeds not a handsome cavalier who is offering her fruits and flowers.
The courtyard of a Spanish hacienda in a tropical country is
revealed; in its shade the master takes a noon siesta.
Kozminsky Symbol:A brilliantly plumaged peacock strutting towards a wall, behind which are two men unwinding a net.
An odd looking collection of machinery parts lie together; all
are new and ready for use, and all are circular.
Kozminsky Symbol:A man who has just left the banquet table in a dazed condition, holding his hand to his head as if trying to remember something.
The storms of the winter have washed away the boat-landing; some
happy souls at the beach resort are building one.
Kozminsky Symbol:A large hole out of which gases are rising. A number of birds seeking to cross are overcome by the fumes and are falling into the gap, over which only one has passed safely.
A retired sea-captain, still resplendent in his uniform,
frequents the docks from which the world's commerce departs.
Kozminsky Symbol:A beautifully formed foot rising from a haze of colour-waves.
Two men are placed under arrest and taken away to give an
accounting for their acts before the tribunal of society.
Kozminsky Symbol:A fireman rescuing a little child from a burning house.
A gang of robbers are seen in hiding, ready and anxious to attack
the heavily armed caravan just coming into sight.
Kozminsky Symbol:A lion rising from the blood of a wounded soldier.
In a tiny room ridiculously cluttered with manuscripts and books
sits a Jewish rabbi at ease with self and world.
Kozminsky Symbol:A young girl amidst the flowers in the sunlight wearing a garland of roses and weaving others.
It is a hot Sunday afternoon in summer and upon the beach is a
milling crowd enjoying precious ocean freshness.
Kozminsky Symbol:A flashily dressed woman singing, with a glass of wine raised in her right hand. On one side of her is the spirit of Mirth, on the other the spirit of Sorrow.
A little child is laughing as the water is turned into an
artistic little fountain and as the birds hurry to drink.
Kozminsky Symbol:A youth searching for a jeweled ring which he has on his finger.
Chanticleer mounts the corner post of the fence; never will the
day again be greeted with the enthusiasm now born.
Kozminsky Symbol:A pair of compasses lying on a map of the world.
A marvelously colored and figured butterfly is spread before the
eyes; on its left side is an extra and third wing.
Kozminsky Symbol:A whirlwind scattering a mass of papers into the air.
A little boy, rebellious against school, watches a fluttering
autumn leaf that seems to spell out his lesson for him.
Kozminsky Symbol:A woman naked standing on a crescent moon, the stars glittering behind her in a sky of blue.
In an allegorical representation an eagle and a dove are revealed
constantly changing into each other.
Kozminsky Symbol:A successful candidate for Parliament addressing the people after an election.
Like a great soaring bird, a single brilliant spot in a bright
sky, an airplane far overhead sails about calmly.
Kozminsky Symbol:The moon throwing its beams on a little bush hut amidst forest trees. A storm has just passed.
A man stands alone in surrounding gloom. Were his eyes open to
spirit things he would see helping angels arriving.
Kozminsky Symbol:A mass of quartz through which veins of fine gold can be traced.
It is a seer's dream. Vast masses of humanity push forward in
frantic effort to cross the black chasm to knowledge.
Kozminsky Symbol:An eclipse of the sun.
The phrenologist is reading bumps for his clients; he explains
three mounds of knowledge on a philosopher's head.
Kozminsky Symbol:A boy moping over his book in a schoolroom.
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