As Above So Below







I’m excited to share my lastest digital art project I worked on this week with my lovely friend, the tiny dancer,  Lily Hoshi. For years I’ve been an avid reader of theoretical physics and cosmology. M theory and others have made me rethink the seen universe. It’s this magic within our world that led me to researching pagan believes and practices. The same as the Butterfly Effect in the Chaos Theory, the phrase “As Above So Below” is the knowledge that any simple change or movement in space can and will affect the rest of the universe. With every action you make within your smaller layer, those layers around it are dependent on these actions for their reality.

I wanted to visually create the mindset I personally create ritually when I chant or call on the elements. You must feel yourself within all space and time, able to float between…

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~ by Sable Aradia on March 9, 2014.

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