The Harrowing of Hell

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3 thoughts on “The Harrowing of Hell

  1. oh, oh, Justin…this is indeed powerful: for its beauty, for its symbolism [the Tree of crucifixion, turned upside down to become the roots, and routes into the darkest places].

  2. Thanks very much for your comments – I hadn’t thought of the image in relation to the tree of crucifixion, just of tree roots, illuminating dark regions. Thanks for making that connection.

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