The Kaleidoscope of Creation
“Creativity is another name for evolution. Evolution and creativity are Spirit in action. Fundamental to existence, creativity is Spirit’s voice, the uni-verse, the one song occurring in all phenomena…. the force that birthed the cosmos is the creative urge in our souls.” ~Alex Grey
Charting the landscapes of both the seen and unseen, the arts, science and spirituality have all guided humanity’s quest to understand the nature of consciousness and the meaning of life. Each offers a window into the dynamic forces of Creation; yet, science often falls at one side of a pendulum while religion is heavily weighted on the other. This teetering between “truths” is reflected in a cloud of chaos and confusion witnessed in the world. I believe that the magnitude of global distress we face results from a disambiguation of our collective mind, our spirit and our core creative essence.
Last October, I received an invitation to curate an art gallery for the Breakthrough Energy Movement in Boulder, Colorado. This was a profound honor & opportunity to strengthen the bridge between the arts, science and spirituality. The conference brought together researchers, wizards and alchemists from across the globe to discuss fundamental frequencies, evolutionary technology and freedom through free energy.
The art gallery functioned as the heart of the BEM conference, featuring artwork from masterful visionaries including Robert Venosa, Martina Hoffman, Amanda Sage, Andrew Jones, Victor Tilvaro and Sai. Two exquisite bronze statues created by Monty Zufelt flanked the entrance, rising up like angelic guardians over the entire event. There was also a crystal resonance light bed, a 64 sq. ft. copper pyramid from “Into Earth” and crystal altars throughout the space.
Expanding into new realms of experience as a visionary artist, this experience inspired me in more ways that I can express. The Breakthrough Energy Movement conference seemed to be riding the crest of an evolutionary wave, where the collective mind and heART spiral together for the evolution of humanity. It was incredible to witness how the themes discussed in the conference mirrored the art. I had many conversations in the art gallery with individuals who were able to decode my paintings as they would a scientific diagram.
Creativity offers an integral bridge between matter and spirit. In fact, some of the same symbols and proportions used in sacred artwork are used to create energy and even life! The artist pierces through the veil into the transcendental nature of the universe and transmits sacred codes of consciousness into their artwork. From the architecture of ancient temples, to mandalas & mosaics, the great Visionaries of the world such as Alex Grey, Walter Russell and Leonardo Da Vinci, offer luminous maps into the very structure of Creation.
Emanating from the core of the most common scientific and spiritual symbols are the basic shapes of the circle, the triangle, the square and the spiral. In both symbolic and structural ways, these forms inform our experience & expressions. For example, the circle is universally regarded as a symbol of unity also known as pi to the scientific world. When two circles of the same size are joined by their centers, they form all of the proportions necessary to generate the five Platonic Solids, the square root of 2, 3 and 5, musical scales and even light itself!
Kaleidoscopic patterns are reflected across all scales and dimensions. Whether you gaze into “Creation” through the eyes of an artist, the lens of a microscope or spiritual symbolism, similar patterns and symbols naturally arise. Uniting science, spirituality and the arts, sacred geometry is the cosmic container that holds everything together. At the heArt of matter and spirit, sacred geometry offers the most important key to unlocking how everything is connected. When this universal language is comprehended, octaves of our collective potential may be opened.
Sacred geometry is the very nature of Nature. From honeycombs and spider webs to the networks of molecules, rivers & trees, all of life is composed of intricate fractals of sacred geometry. The patterns expressed in nature provide an integral picture of the interconnected, infinite, fabric of the Cosmos.
Spanning from the spiraling nebulas of outer space, to the inner landscapes of our imagination, new horizons of consciousness continuously await us. Science will continue to advance the way that we can tangibly understand energy, including the power of our thoughts to shape reality, spiraling back to the same principles that spirituality has passed on for eons. Meanwhile as a visionary oracle, map and record-keeper of both science and spirituality, the torch of evolutionary inspiration is passed on through our creative expressions. The more we connect the dots between the spheres of art, science and spirituality, personally and collectively, the more we can harmonize as a whole.
Ultimately, the entire universe is a free energy generator that pulses with creativity. We all have access to this infinite torus of energy from anywhere and everywhere. The source blueprints for this free energy device are imprinted into ancient and contemporary artworks, as well as our very own bodies, through the language of sacred geometry. As a grandfather of sustainability Buckminster Fuller once said, “the more advanced science gets, the closer it is to art. The more advanced art gets, the closer it is to science.”