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Terese Andersson


acrylic on canvas


Artwork has hanging hardware, varnished, comes with a certificate of authenticity and packed accordingly to standards.  



"In Biblical Judgment Day, where reborn Messiah, in the futuristic setting, is to start his vengeance on evil and succeed in it. Holy Maria in Revelation's chapter 12, to foretell incidents of satan's plans, to sweep the new born child to death, but fails majorly. Heaven's turmoil protects the child and mother, while starting the end of times war with heavenly creatures taking stand on Earth and entering the planets surface. The greatest war, where good against the foremost evil, has come to life. The wait of thousands of years of suffering has come to an end. Fires breaking down on Earth's soil, while Isaiha's truth in chapter 11 of the Bible book, is entering the light. The times of where the wolves dresses as lambs and lambs are dressing as wolves is now. The climax of planet Earth is hitting it's dwell of yet to be seen avalanches of major events to occur. We are entering this last period of wars existing to vanish once and for all. The thousand year's of promised peaceful times is coming through sweat and tears. The times of endings has begun. The new era of mankind united in one to sweep out all negative endured time periods to past. Building a unified future together, as of no more previous millennial sufferings is bound to re-enter the mankind's daily life ever again."


MARIA APOCALYPSE artwork by Terese Andersson 2021. In visual context Maria's incarnated body and soul is in modern times preparing for the end of times. The apocalypse. The WW3. Just born second coming of Jesus has been hidden away from the evil spirits of satan. The war has begun.

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