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Symbols - What does heaven look like


There are two alternative symbolic associations for grapes but both have the same meaning, grapes are the source of spiritual input.  The video explains this more fully

Grapes hanging down

When the grapes are hanging down spirit input is being given to us by the gods.  There is some  good symbolism at work here, because grapes produce Wine and wine is spirit input

Here we see the god who was called by the Greeks Dionysos and by the Romans Bacchus.  He has a bowl holding grapes,  the grapes are pointing down because he is a god [the cone is upended].  He is  also holding a Crystal glass, which has the shape of a Cup or chalice.  

Grapes pointing up

When the grapes point upwards they can also represent the pineal gland and shows you are in receipt of spiritual energy.

In a literal sense, wine helps lower the inhibitions and also aids in the increase of calcification of the pineal gland and hence in the likelihood of more sexual energy. 
But wine is associated with Dionysos and Dionysos is the god of wine.  He may also personify an actual person who brought wine and wine making to Greece.
So all the symbolism ties in, there is spiritual wine from gods like Dionysus when the bunch of grapes is pointing down and upturned grapes to receive that energy where they represent the pineal gland.

2nd century Roman statue of Dionysus,
after a Hellenistic model
in the Louvre.
Notice the mix of male and female
characteristics [androgyny]  and the
grape bunches.


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