Get ready to enter the Hall of the Earth. You will dive into the spiritual essence of Time and Space; let the depth expressed by the art unveil surprises for you; give in to the solicitation of your senses that will be overwhelmed by the complexity of this circular space.
The Hall of the Earth celebrates the generative and exerting qualities of the Masculine Principle, whereas the Hall of Victory is dedicated to the Feminine Principle as the cradle of Life. The mosaic labyrinth, which covers the floor with an elaborate sequence of ideograms of Sacred Language, ancient language coming from the esoteric tradition, traces the path towards the unification of the Feminine and Masculine Principles, towards the recomposition of the Androgyne, the One, the soul.
Even the way the Hall was built is in unison to the story painted on the walls, the Myth of the Mirror, a myth that tells about a descent from above to below, from unity to fragmentation. Directly above the Hall of the Earth is the Hall of Water, that represents the container of ancient memories. It was from there the Damanhurians dug down into the earth to create the Hall of the Earth. A physical exemplification of the inner journey to conquer our forgotten parts, through matter.