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I've been playing around with creating custom sacred geometric 3D models and have the option to animate. This is basically my third attempt using sacred geometry in a 3D animated realm... although I've been creating basic (preset) 3D animations for many years. Honestly, I just love sharing the things I learn along the way ;) http://vimeo.com/feedthefire/seed-of-life-3d-rings-animation | https://vimeo.com/channels/feedthefire/109546211 | FTF Films: Website: http://www.futureproducer.net | http://www.truth.futureproducer.net | Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/djhardcoretruth | SacredLife Music & Art: Website: http://sacredlife.creativist.me | Artwork: http://derek-gedney.artistwebsites.com | T-shirts: https://sacredlife.see.me | Music: http://sacredlife.bandcamp.com & http://tinyurl.com/SacredLifeProductsStore - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SacredLifeMandalas
A mandala can be used as a form of meditation for the purpose of gaining knowledge that primarily resides within each of us. Simply get inside the mandala, fall into it, swim into it, let it absorb all of your attention. As you slowly fall into the mandala, you will begin to feel lighter, and more intuitive thoughts arise. Meditating with a mandala leaves the observer relaxed and balanced, coming away feeling relieved with resolution, clarity and harmony.
The music in this video was created using a custom made G13 Tankdrum tuned at 432hz. The tones on the drum are tuned mostly to the 4 upper chakras, the Heart, Throat, Third Eye and Crown. The symbolic energy within the tankdrum comes from the time period of its creation. It was created during ISON's 2013 trip around our Sun, during the first 13th Moon Cycle since Dec. 21, 2012 and within the 13th Zodiac Sign of Ophiuchus, who holds the head and tail of the Ouroboros in the stars. It's also a physical representation of the Northern and Southern Hemispheres of The Great Year, also known as the Hindu Yuga Cycle. These energies coupled with the upper chakra tones produce a hyper-relaxed state of peace and meditation, balances the spiritual immune system and heightens awareness on many levels.
Throughout history, numerous clues and hints regarding geometry and frequency have been staring at us, calling to us, and waiting for us to put them into place like pieces of a giant puzzle. Here at the dawn of a new age, this sonic-geometric puzzle is finally nearing completion, revealing the building blocks of a language based on energy, frequency and form. How will we use it? With whom will we be communicating? Now that we know the basics of this new language, maybe we are ready to begin the conversation.... again?
"The genius, the super-thinker with imagination, who brings beauty to the world, is inspired man thinking in light. The greater the imagination the greater the perception of the reality of universal existence, hence the greater the intelligence. The lesser the imagination the greater the reality of the appearance of existence. The greater the imagination the nearer to One-ness and the farther from the animal. The inspired genius of great imagination has great intelligence. He is able to use his knowledge creatively. Those things which he desires to know he may know." - Walter Russell 1927
This part of Zeitgeist: Addendum exposes the fraudulent origins of our Monetary System. It deals with the enormous impact it has had in regards to the corruption of society among the USA, Big Business, and Geopolitics.
Since some people enjoyed my Hexagon video...
I thought I'd make a few more :)
Again, it consists of only my hands,
a piece of paper, a ruler, a compass,
a protractor, a pencil and a really cool tune!
The original video recording was close to 20 minutes
and the playback rate is now again x4! :)
I am writing this post after a few weeks of reviewing many different discussion boards found on FineArtAmerica.com.
When it comes to being called an Artist, I feel that only those who create with their hands should be considered Artists. But it seems that many "Photographers" like to be considered Artists as well, when they are not. Traveling to a location with your camera and taking a picture is not creating Art. Photographers merely capture the creations of others (or nature) and literally create nothing themselves. Those of us who use our hands and minds to create 'something out of nothing' are the true artists here on Earth.
While I agree that it takes time, patience and a good eye for perspective to capture great photographs, in no way do Photographers create anything of their own. For example, thousands (if not millions) of people have taken photographs of Mount Rushmore... but only the Artists that used their hands to carve the mountain can be considered Artists. I feel that Photographers should not consider themselves Artists unless they are using their hands and/or digital means to manipulate their images into something "original and new."
If a Photographer is merely taking a picture of something that already exists, and that was created by someone else, they haven't created anything of their own. Artists create something out of nothing, Photographers recycle what others have already created. There's a good reason why Photographers haven't been completely accepted by the World Art community... they are not creators. Photographers are closer to being Artistic Journalists than they are to being Creative Artists. There is nothing uniquely creative about taking a picture of a bridge, building, beach, bird, etc... Yes, the Earth is an Artistic Masterpiece, but photographers are merely exploiting that fact for their own self interest and self gain.
I truly love and appreciate all the beautiful photographs I've seen over the years, but I've never considered a Photographer to be an Artist. Anyone can push a button on an expensive camera, but not everyone can draw, paint or sculpt with their hands... and that's what truly separates Artists from Photographers.
Make sure to check out my Creation Process video in order to get a better understanding of how SacredLife Mandalas are created. I'm sure you will find it uniquely interesting. Peace, Love & Gratitude.... Namaste~Derek