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The appearance of the colors blue and red are a recurring manifestation of duality present within the game. The presence of red signifies what Freud would call Id driven desires. The universe of San Andreas is an (unfortunately only slightly) exaggerated version of our own universe in real life. The blue light emanating from the Rockstar logo represents their positive morality in real life, despite creating violent virtual universes filled with evil and hate and doubt.
With this information we might assume the red clouds may be the same as the people with red hair who are symbolically unsaveable (for the purpose of connecting Epsilon to the metaverse; made up by the communities involved in the overarching mystery, transcendent from the virtual GTA Universe yet inextricably linked to our real one. This also further establishes the importance of the red and blue duality, as Epsilon is notorious for the color blue). Epsilons begrudging disdain towards people with red hair is symbolic of the members of involved communities that will inevitably dismiss the correct theory before considering it's possibility.
The purple clouds make up the majority of the cloudy mass; these represent the rest of the player base that is not invested in the mystery and those who simply play the game for it's traditional value. This is reinforced by ultraviolet being on a seperate part of the wave spectrum (seen below) than the rest of the colors; similarly, most of the player-base has little to contribute to the completion of the mystery due to not being involved.
To put shortly, this wallpaper symbolizes the time during the release of the game, while most players spent their time enjoying the virtual world without even acknowledging the mystery's existence. The orange clouds represent the few players that had seen the pre-release screen shots of the Chiliad Shed, and thus have prior interest in a potential mystery, though the lack of blue clouds leads one to assume that nobody could've understood the true scope of the mystery at this point.
|The characters collectively represent the Freudian structural model of the human psyche. Michael is an ego driven character while Trevor contrasts him, being an Id-driven character. Franklin represents the Super Ego, the transcending aspect of our personality that is responsible for balancing rationality and morality. Interestingly, when Chop is available on the character switch wheel his color is red; symbolic of the difference between man and animal being his ego.|
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Ultimately, this wallpaper is symbolic of the hunters beginning the hunt, collectively gathering information and becoming a collective consciousness of it's own through the means of knowledge being archived on subreddits and forums in which people can access without the need of finding the same clues in game themselves.
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|Interestingly, the eye shape atop the Chiliad Mural also shows 7 dashes surrounding it, despite there being possibly 8 or 10 actual lightning symbols pictured on it. Many contrasts can be made between the mural and the third wallpaper in "The Eye" series, as the mountain in the mural may suggestively be representative of the pyramid in the wallpaper and vice versa.|