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Through Ancient Eyes

Seeing Hidden Dimensions, Exploring Art and Soul Connections

By (author) Neil Hague
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Quester Publications, Cheshire, United Kingdom
Published: 21st Jun 2002
Dimensions: w 156mm h 234mm
ISBN-10: 0954190408
ISBN-13: 9780954190408
Barcode No: 9780954190408

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The archetypal forms that can be found in the myths, languages and artforms of indigenous cultures, particularly in the great wisdom of the American-Indian tribes, have been a great source of inspiration to Neil Hague, he writes in this multidimensional view of 'life, creativity and the enigma of the human soul'. The truths of these ancient teachings predate any organized religion with its controlling powers. As a visionary artist himself - and many of his works are reproduced here linked to the text - Hague recognizes the ancient truth that creative power through art is connected to the cycles in nature. He makes frequent references to alien powers and their influence on the earth, and bewildering numbers of sources are quoted in support of his many alternative insights. Hague uses the idea of a web to explain how all humans are linked in the collective unconscious, and he perceives an even wider web as a grid of magnetic energy that travels through the Earth creating vortices at certain points where the ancients placed standing stones. He indicates how these power points are related to a wider cosmology and quotes many of William Blake's visionary epic poems, which are symbolic of higher dimensions being anchored on Earth. As ancient peoples did Hague feels that we must use our creativity to communicate with the powerful forms that are raising the vibrations of the planet, and thus be carried into a different level of awareness. The Shaman, artist or healer throughout the ages has sought communication with the seven planes of inspiration through art, dance and ritual, thus expanding the mind with the 'spirit self'. This fascinating book enables us to follow the people of old into the realm of the imagination. (Kirkus UK)