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Supernova Cover Art

 

 

The Album Cover Project

The mysterious and colorful Supernova album cover image was the brainchild of Scott Stephens. It was designed by an extraordinarily talented artist by the name of Marc Kitaen.

Components Of The Cover Art

The Supernova cover depicts a fiery mandala in outer space. Inside the mandala is a ring of religious symbols. Inside this ring is a triangle which contains another circle. Within this inner circle is the Solar Cross, which is believed to be the world's oldest and most universal religious symbol.

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Significance and Meaning

In short, this particular mandala represents the oneness of mankind and higher love.

The Mandala

The word "mandala" is from the classical Indian language of Sanskrit. Loosely translated to mean "circle," a mandala is far more than a simple shape. It represents wholeness, and can be seen as a model for the organizational structure of life itself - a cosmic diagram that reminds us of our relation to the infinite, the world that extends both beyond and within our bodies and minds. The Supernova mandala includes aspects of the four elements. Fire (the flame), water (the inner aqua blue circle), earth (the brown & gold circle), air (the space background which feeds the fire). Most of the major colors are used in this mandala, including purple, blue, green, yellow and orange. The three major shapes used, a circle, square and triangle, when used together, also demotes peace and universal oneness.

The Ring Of Symbols

The brown and gold outer ring contains 12 of the world's major religions shown in one circle to depict the oneness and similarity which is found in all religions. Showing the major world religious symbols all together in one circle also denotes peace and harmony. The 12 religions, shown clockwise, are as follows:

  • 12:00 Hinduism
  • 01:00 Taoism
  • 02:00 Shamanism
  • 03:00 Christianity
  • 04:00 Shintoism
  • 05:00 Sikhism
  • 06:00 Judaism
  • 07:00 Baha'ism
  • 08:00 Buddhism
  • 09:00 Islam
  • 10:00 Zoroastrian
  • 11:00 Jainism