Burning Effigies in olden days was a magical process now is more so Theology of particular faiths thought by a select few to banish evil people. Destroyers of spirits. The word itself was thought to be Latin and first appeared in literature in 1539 but was later traced back further in Arabic and Sanskrit. An effigy is said to representation of a person, often in a sculptures and photographs or some other three-dimensional form, effigies in spirits is encapsulated in other means. Many books now document the principles encapsulated within the topic of spirits that have passed away. More recent research taps into the research of spirit from the physical. This research is based on the premise that the physical belongs to the human and the non physical also belongs to the human.
Confusion between non physical and spirit is yet to be documented however the symbolism behind the beliefs of burning effigies are what we see in current news. In order to understand the differences between understanding backgrounds of people across the globe is just one way of noting historical literature. The freedom of speech has proved itself as a powerful means of personal documentation that brings forth noticeable contrast that will begin more in depth research so be sure to subscribe.
This week an event was proposed from Florida which has canvassed the news, unfortunately some interesting turn of events propelled this topic into the mainstream media. Within the teachings of media is a train of thought known as semiotics, very popular with media theorists and helps light heatedly discuss such visual images and visual imagery to create an effect.
Advertising is a great start if you wish to learn this topic, semiotics can also help analyse anything from glossy magazines, to books or news casting to movies. Knowing the hidden symbolism within many images can I hope take the weight of understanding how many people interpret any given situation.
In Jerusalem and Afghanistan burning effigies is a very serious matter because Islamic faith believe this ritual to be very effective. Effectively burning things has been very popular to individuals in the west as well as the orient. Burning paper with resentments for example, many people practise this ritual, they let go of resentments and past by burning what they wrote on paper and this they believe helps them let go of these troubles.
For generations humans and their own creativity and creation of art have left a lineage lying waiting to be embraced. Previously this information would have been shared through storytelling over camp fires.
Now they are available in movies, in stories for little children and cited by mainstream media as a form of entertaining readers.
When mainstream public read such topics and have a team that can embrace these creative beliefs, if it empowers them to win there game its good, but when the worlds of the real world and the non physical collide its slightly more difficult to flip into perspective.
In today’s society the ideology we have from research done about the human mind and the physics of science has empowered many of us to step back and examine what we read and here with enough hesitation to react without judgement or reaction. The images we are surrounded with everyday however are not everywhere, the world is a large place and many isolated communities are still unaware or new or old media. This maybe not too common however it is fair to say that not everybody have a computer, similarly not everyone in 2010 even have a television. This also applies to readers; in the instance they may have a book. To read it requires two factors of understanding. One of these is language and the other is being able to read this language in text. It’s only when you introduce the understanding of a picture, with a title and a story that these things become interesting. In the case of the effigy when you empower whatever it is with an understanding and put it front of an audience this makes a statement. The objective argument is that people who truly understand the non physical where nothing ever needs to happen or even be produced to exist would laugh at the burning of an effigy statement.
Publishing is a powerful topic and family values become more closer to personal opinion shaped on law. Unilateral law is not fully in place if it was the argument my guess is that this could be defined as world order. Common sense says that a world understanding of what is right and wrong would help when public opinion reads into the beliefs of the universal world.
In summary the importance and effectiveness of burning effigies are a dying tradition, however they are celebrated all across the board, celebrated originally in the west by Shakespeare, followed on by burning human Guy Fawkes effigies in reaction to parliamentary treason. The force between the reaction to an action is supported by the majority and in the world of sport the law works on common principles related more to common sense. These arguments are as big as the validity of uniforms but sometimes people just need to put on their blazer and get to school.