This book constitutes a first amendment speech REVIEW COMMENTARY of our experience at this location In 2013, Steve and I visited the Hillside Memorial Park in Culver City, California We went there to visit his mother Marion Freedman, his father Lewis Freedman, and grandparents Joseph and Leona Hurst We also went there to visit Al Jolsen, the famous singer who lived in the early part of the 20th century Al Jolsen and Steve are cousins on his mother s side The experience was amazing I shot lots of photographs The park is tranquil and relaxed Amazingly, the photographs afterward, showed some interesting orbs and energies In fact, it was there that I caught the largest orb that I have ever caught on camera Some people claim that orbs are dust particles or something insignificant as such But I believe that nothing happens accidentally I believe that everything happens for a reason and timing is imminent I believe that time, the timing of the occurrence of things, communicates something As an artist, sometimes I use my creative work to document time And how so To use a metaphor, in every writing, a phrase for instance, there are silent pauses or spaces As an artist, I want to engage with those spaces to give the nature of life a deeper meaning I also believe that we live in a multidimensional universe It s not unlike people who believe in God, in spite of the fact that God doesn t appear to have a physical existence So then, where does God exist I would argue God, or God s components can be experienced in different ways in different dimensions, spaces or universes I also believe that human beings and well animals too and other things in nature, have a reflection or existence in other spaces or dimensions As an artist I am trying to understand the nature of the self and its reflections I am also interested in how mechanical devices, like cameras for instance, pick up on elements of the world around us that aren t evident to us human beings with the mere use of our senses I make an analogy here to seaweed Seaweed is a living organism But seaweed, as it grows, does not appear to be able to differentiate as different kinds of animals or fish come around it For instance, a dangerous great white shark could swim by the seaweed, but it, the seaweed has no way of differentiating that from a clown fish, etc Living deep in the ocean, seaweed would not be aware of what lays over the water Should a storm ensue, it would only feel the ebbs and flow of the water around it, but it would be unable to understand the nature of the storm itself and how it looks in other places or dimensions such as outside of the water The point that I am trying to make here is that we too, human beings, are equally limited by our senses A dog, for instance, can only see black and maybe one or two colors Can you imagine Human beings can see colors than dogs but as it turns out, our eyes only pick up 1% of the electromagnetic light spectrum Can you imagine what the world would look like if we could see than 1% It would be intense And this is one of my quests as an artist I am trying to imagine the world with an expanded sense of consciousness Hillside Memorial Park is a beautiful park It has flat areas and hills These hills remind me of waves...
|Title||:||A Stairway to Heaven A Review of Hillside Memorial Park Culver City, California USA: From a visitor perspective: fantastic views, orbs & energy ... photography & poetic stories BOOK 2|
|Publisher||:||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform First edition August 1, 2013|
|Number of Pages||:||118 pages|
|File Size||:||992 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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