When Morning Stars Sang Together

  • Size: 16 x 20 inches
  • Medium: Oil on masonite panel
  • 2001
  • The painting appeared in the January/Feburary 2009 issue of Venture Inward Magazine and The Open Road Issue 53 Fall 2012 published Edgar Cayce Canada
  • Prints and cards are available.

About the painting: When Morning Stars Sang Together

When Morning Stars Sang Together is based on the bottom vignette of Edgar Cayce's aura chart reading.

Then, for this entity, we would begin first by picturizing that to illustrate the period when the morning stars sang together and the sons of God came together announcing the advent of man into material consciousness.

Thus, across the lower portion, extending almost the whole width of the design- begin in the right hand side by putting the crescent, with seven stars; the one closer to the crescent the brighter. These, the stars, would be five-pointed- in gold and in silver. The portion of such a drawing should be rather with the background the blue canopy of heaven: dark, while toward the left side would come the shading to that of light, lighter, lightest- with just the very tip of the sun arising - over the expanse as of water; with heavy vegetation and growth. The animals all would be indicated as in a state of expectancy toward the light, or the sun; from the serpent to the fowls of the air; indicating especially the raven and the doves in the fowls of the air, and the serpent upon one of the trees or shrubs indicated, and the ox, the camel. These especially would be indicated on such a drawing.

Upon the left, in the lower portion, put the symbol of the sun. Upon the right put the symbol of the earth. Each of these would be white and green; even the sun would be in the light green with the white and gold center. (Edgar Cayce reading #294-206).