White and its meaning.
Author: | Posted on: November 21, 2012
White is associated with spirits, stereotypically nobility, purity, ice, cleaness, peace, light life, frost, clouds, coldness, surrender and innocence.
The archaic and oldest Greek paintings are said to have featured Yellow, black, red and white because of their importance as shades.
In Greece the four main sacred sources are milk, honey, wine, rose and if noticed all of these can contain a vivid white hue.
Queen Victoria is first known to have given notoriety to white within a dress on a Wedding day as her lace was held up as the main tradition to follow. White is worn by debutants also when they attend their first party or invitation to join society’s elite. It is partly as white is known to portray purity and newness.
Unicorns are legendary and white is their tone because it means virginity and chased in spirit. They are said to posses exceptional qualities and in physical attainment can ever have freedom unless caught by a pure maiden.
Eggs given at Easter are done so because just as with their white outside they bring about an idea on new starts and evolutions.
China has reportedly many concepts surrounding white. White is thought to mean the directon of West, to closely allude to metal and depict traditional perspectives.
In the Bedouin history white gives a sense of gratitude, esteem, good fortune and virility.
Spirits are often wrongly talked of as just this tone. Whilst in circle the first manifestations of spirit can come in this primary tone, and the mist or haze which often comes from spirit also has this tone it is not all that spiritual entities use as a visual means to their physical positions and apparel.
The shade is one of purity and can be the one which historical and communal vision has closely related to innocence and mysticism. As a tone it does posses all the above elements but also has a place within spiritualism as a link to higher realm and the great spirit. I can mention that we witnessed an exceptional physical action from spirit whereby our pink rose overnight blossomed into white which above all stands as sense of truth in calmness.
Picture is taken from online encyclopedia.