The shape of a fish divides the space of the composition and forms the central part of the picture. Fish or Ichthys (Ίχθύς - Greek) - is an ancient acronym (monogram) of the name of Jesus Christ, consisting of the initial letters of the words: Ἰησοὺς Χριστὸς Θεoὺ ̔Υιὸς Σωτήρ (Jesus Christ the Son of God the Savior). This shape can also be interpreted as an eye looking at the world (the sunflower as the pupil of the eye).
Center – the Last Supper– stands for the center of human (Christian) history. The moment of the end of the Old Testament and the conclusion of the New Testament. As Jesus is represented with the golden sunflower, looking to “his fathers”; the apostles are represented by various flowers and the colors showing the variety of emotions, created by the historical words of Christ.
Above to the center, we find “Above the World”, - The Rio de Janeiro statue is playing the role of Christ, as an actor on stage, embracing and revealing the beauty of the world. Lines of the tree symbolize time.
Below is “Divine Geometry” - an image of how God works about the world He created. In this painting, the artist shows us the boundaries and measurements of the Earth’s night. The Bible describes creation as “When He drew a circle on the face of the deep, when He established the clouds above…” The National Library in Vienna is home to an old miniature edition of the Holy Scripture where the God Almighty is depicted creating the earth out of chaos using a pair of compasses.
The "Walnut of Eden" in the upper left, is the beginning of the world, the beginning of human relations and love between people. The encapsulated shell is a symbol of the Garden of Eden. It represents paradise. The walnut tree symbolizes the beginning and continuing of life.
The top right is “Comet Halley” The falling comet symbolizes the coming judgment on humanity, after which a new world will begin. One of the statues is leaning forward in an attitude of mute supplication, praying to God for forgiveness.
On the bottom right "Book of Books"- In his La Escritura del Dios (The Writing of the God) Jorge Luis Borges writes about every book being a ramified labyrinth through which you can always get to the Book of Books. Every page of the Book is the faith and the destiny of the people.
Under the Walnut is the "Eye of the Needle" - There is a well-known biblical expression that says it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven. Note how the caravan stretches across the desert like a thread unrolling from a ball of golden wool – the sun. In world culture, a thread was often associated with fate, so the whole procession reminds us of human life following its course from rising at the dawn (birth) to shrinking at the gate (death).
Represented by “Shine of Gold”- The symbol of apostatic humanity is a golden calf, here a spider, and people are in a hurry to be drawn into these networks. Geometrically, the tail of the fish is like its body on the contrary, what lies outside of an inverted, perverted understanding of life. In ancient cultures, gold was associated with the sun and considered to be a carrier of the divine spirit. The spider’s web is woven with the threads of human fate. The painting reflects the tragedy of man overcome by an all-consuming quest for wealth.