Paintings by Falun Gong Practitioners: "A Battle between Good and Evil"

PureInsight | January 31, 2005

Oil on canvas: "A Battle between Good and Evil" by Wang Zhiping (66in X 79in), 2004

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[] With the Tiananmen Square as the backdrop of the painting, the man in the foreground holds a banner that reads, "Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance," while the woman, "The Law rectifies the universe." The spirits of the undercover Chinese policemen in gray semi-transparent shades bow on the ground before their victims who are Falun Gong practitioners, suggesting that the police were deluded by higher Chinese authorities into carrying out depraved orders against their true, good consciences.

A Taoist god, Lord Buddha and an angel in the sky are sending the rotten demons that have been manipulating people to persecute Falun Gong cultivators to Hell in order to rectify the universe and restore order in the human realm.

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