The eye philosophy. Times change fast, however, there are courses of time that remain forever, times that are linked with the human-universe-energy chain. Water appears as the main source of life, the universe is infinity that coalesces with the sky through the hair of a girl, the egyptian goddess of Sky - Nut, born of SHu, god of air and Tefnut, goddess of water and fertility. The goddess is depicted as a naked woman adorned with stars that makes the rotation eternal, turned upside down making a boat with her hands and bending over the sky with her hair.
You can see Egyptian Pyramids at the center - the only surviving structure of the famed Seven Wonders that eternally bonds the human race with the universe. The Egyptian cross, depicted around the cork, is the key to the Nile and life itself. It’s the key to life itself, a symbol of ideological rebirth and a portal to new beginnings.
On the other side of the eye the human appears as a solar disc that fills and radiates through the air. Its rays turn into wings and bond the human with the universe. All this renders two ways of world perception - with open and closed eyes. Both views recognize the eternal journey of life, where reality and its values always move in a cycle.