So, here I am. I'm a guy that comes from the southern part of Italy. Me and a couple of friend of mine used to spend our nights into searching strange stuff in abandoned buildings we used to find in the country part of the city. One day we came across this house that was half burned.
Now time has passed and I'm still questioning myself about some pictures that were drawn on the walls of that house.
I am searching for answers, so, /x/ I know that some of this figures are about nature and the satyr but I can't figure out what they should convey.
TL:DR strange drawings in abandoned house, need clues
Looks like they simply decorated the walls with Renaissance/classic Roman art influenced frescos. It's very likely that they were painted like that because it looked beautiful to the owners or the artist in question, as it's often the case with rich people houses.
Where's this exactly? I'm also from the south.
this is so beautiful, it feels like more that just a drawing. the aging and the burnt effect, it all just mixes so well.
Also all that make it seem to me like the door is kinda opening, and a strong light is passing through. And that in the middle of the knelled men there is a faint appearance of a skeleton
This is bacchus. A saturn guy, a harvest god.
This also saturn. The images are good fortune to the owners of the place. but those grape vines aren't balanced with Ivy and so the owners succumbed to drunkeness/going mad with power/etc.
The satyr who is bowing represents the agrarian who is as reliant on the harvest for their wealth as the rich man. Both bow to Dis Pater. Dis papa, this father, That one dad-boss-guy at work, the hardworker who scares the fuck out of you, and could be a mob-boss. This is saturn.
Both look biblical in nature. The second photo looks like it could be Moses.
These photos do not appear evil, demonic, or creepy. I would love to see the house though. I'd guess it's quite old.