Passport to Hypnogogia.

Passport to Hypnogogia.

🙂 Working title “Passport to Hypnogogia”.

Spent the last 14 days working on this picture and I think I’ve pretty much finished it this morning. I may have said this before but this picture is now my favourite. I think because it incorporates many of my interests, experiences and even artistic ideas for fineliner shading that I’ve discovered over the last 3 years.

It’s 550mm X 340mm (Golden Rectangle) and sits nicely on A2 paper. ❤

I will scan the picture when I have a few pennies and post some better pics if anyones interested. I could also make some prints available too. I think I will do a picture with some explanations of the symbols too. The original is available.

Let me know what you think of it. Feedback is really important to me and can really change my direction when it comes to trying new pictures. 🙂

Passport to Hypnogogia Closeup1. (lo) P2H2

Imagine if Universes are born in pairs.

C Doodling Dogon Style. Apparently Dogon cosmology says that Universes are born in pairs. One physical (hello!) and one none physical. So in ours we experience time and in theirs because they are infinitesimally small, do not experience time. They have perfect knowledge but no ability to create. Whereas we have the ability to create but imperfect knowledge. Such a cool concept. Ancient Dogon Cosmology and it’s better than our Science fiction. So it makes me wonder if all the various paranormal phenomena we experience are different kinds of interaction between a physical Universe and a non-physical Universes. Simple as that?

I also wonder if “the others” wear massive fedora hats and black capes. And all they can do is appear at the bottom of my bed and just stare.

Gulp.

Avebury Circle,Shadow People and Sleep Paralysis.

I think the year was 1997, give or take. I had some time off work, some spare money and fancied a little adventure. So quite on impulse I decided to go and visit Stonehenge and Avebury Circle in Wiltshire, England. It was only a few hours away so I packed a bag and got on a train.

I visited Stonehenge and thought it was nice to see up close, although nothing more than that really, so off I headed for Avebury Circle just a bus ride away. I’d recently watched Richard Hoaglands briefing to the United Nations on “The Monuments of Mars” and Avebury Circle came up in that presentation. I felt drawn to the place as cliché as that sounds.

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