Steal Like an Artist
Steal Like an Artist, by Austin Kleon, looks like a book worth looking at. The project started as a talk based on a list of 10 things the writer wished he had heard when he was starting out. This list itself is valuable advice:
Take this visual test and in less than two minutes you’ll know if you’re left-brained or right-brained or both-brained or what. When I was younger I was strongly right-brained but it looks like now I am definitely in woo-woo land. It’s bright and colorful in here.
If an hour in the last post was too much for you, you might not want to try this, because although it’s slightly more interesting it does last for 6 hours. No, I didn’t listen to it all the way through to see if it’s always the same. The mixture of frequencies is more compelling, if that’s the appropriate word, than the one steady 528hz signal in the last post. This one will fix up your DNA, too.
How about exactly one hour of one tone at 528hz and one blue visual of a DNA spiral? Sound like fun? Maybe not—it’s not the easiest thing to listen to, BUT, research has shown that that frequency actually heals DNA. If you suspect you’ve got some faulty DNA wiring tune in for an hour and you’ll be good as new, possibly. This is intriguing stuff, you bet.
In a TEDx talk, Randy Powell shows a video that demonstrates the energy produced by a vortex coil that has no connection to any other energy source. He believes, along with his teacher Marko Rodin, that vortex math holds the key to accessing unlimited energy, ending all diseases, producing an unlimited food supply, and just about any other good thing you can think of. Neither Powell nor Rodin are afraid of thinking big. Powell says this energy has been referred to as tachyons, gravitons, monopoles, radiant energy, chi, prana, the motive driving force behind all reality. This revolutionary way of thinking blends math and energy with spirit. These guys do think big.
A couple of weeks ago I knew nothing of vortex mathematics but now I am thoroughly fascinated, and hooked. Randy presents a basic introduction to vortex math below:
For 30 years Stella Lansing, an amateur photographer, found some mighty strange images on her “ordinary” photos. She has experienced the same phenomena with film and later video cameras. Images of people, or beings, odd patterns of light (even using different cameras) appear on her film and video. Stella says that she intuitively seems to know just where to point the camera to get these extraordinary results. Researchers wonder whether somehow Stella unconsciously influences the images with her mind. This is a mystery that I’d like to hear more about.
The unconventional John Hutchison, inventor and, in my opinion, genius scientist, demonstrates antigravity and other surprising phenomena. Mainstream academic American scientists think he’s bogus but apparently the military is quite interested (makes John very uncomfortable) in what he’s up to, and so are the Japanese. Silly Americans. John also demonstrates a zero point energy battery he invented. Yep, a battery that never runs down, at least not for a thousand years or so. John Hutchison is my kind of scientist. He says he doesn’t want to change himself, in fact, he likes himself. Bravo, John!
John Hutchison demonstrates the lighting of a 75 watt light bulb with a free energy gizmo. A stack of 70 crystal wafers, frosted, make the thing work. Hutchinson reminds me of Michael Faraday. I’ve seen enough of John to be 100% sure that he’s not a fake.