In Two Powers II, the Fire and Water currents start to swirl around each other in a simple spiral. While they are in close proximity and still form a portal, they stay in separate streams, still trying to hold on to individual properties. This time, however, the blue of the water has started to appear... Continue Reading →
Two Powers I represents the simplest expression of the two powers. Fire from the heavens meets water from the underworld. They are separate entities holding onto their own properties and individuality. The fire and water currents interact only at the central point. When they meet, they form a portal of creation.