You are about to reach the highest part of the Temples of Humankind: the Hall of Mirrors, dedicated to the Element Air, to the Sun and to Light. A passage above the cupola connects the Hall of Mirrors to the woods above, rendering them “Sacred.” The trees act as antennas to amplify the messages and thoughts that the entire complex of the Temples launches into the world and the Universe. The energy flow of the Hall, therefore, takes place from the bottom to the top, exiting from the center of the cupola.
The entire space can be considered as a whole of altars, located at various heights, which serve different functions: the floor; the four altars, which can be accessed through the four Tiffany glass doors; the small window on one of the walls and, finally, the inlaid wooden balcony, a crossing point placed between the mirrors and the beautiful cupola. As the hall is connected to the energy of movement and sound, music and dance are often combined in artistic events which are regularly held here. The mirrors all around offer evocative perspectives of the concerts, and, at the same time, absorb energies and vibrations.
Air represents an important element in the Temples, with both a practical and symbolic function. It enters the lower corridors, crosses the entire complex to finally exit from the cupola. This air movement not only allows fresh air to regularly circulate, but also, passes over the surfaces, activating the artistic symbols and signs in the Sacred Language. For example, by lightly caressing the signs on the Doors, it is as if the phrases are continuously whispered by the air, becoming a sort of mantra. People themselves, by moving around and approaching the altars, contribute to moving the air, thus becoming themselves an activating element of the Hall.