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Sacred Geometry Art For Indigo Children By Artist Pilar Zeta

Even though you might not have heard the name Pilar Zeta, chances are you have seen her artwork somewhere before.

Hailing from Argentina, Pilar Zeta is a self-taught artist who incorporates geometry, cubism, and bright colours into an eclectic display of pure genius. In other words, imagine if a 1980′s acid trip and an album cover from the 5th dimension had a baby- that’s Zeta’s artwork

. She identifies herself as an Indigo Child, and has used her personal journey through metaphysical transformation as her inspiration for her pieces.

Zeta’s love for sacred geometry heavily-influences her work, along with her fascination of time travel, mystical teachings, ancient art, and spiritual consciousness.

She has worked on pieces for Jimmy Edgar, as well as several other musical artists, like Everything But The Girl, Ministry Of Sound, and most recently, Coldplay. Just last year, Zeta was hired as the art director for the Head Full Of Dreams album by Coldplay, and spent the entire year collaborating with the band.

Below, you will see a few of her album covers and personal pieces, but I highly recommend you take a look at her website and view the entire collection. Plus, there is a moon widget on the upper right-hand corner which tells you the current lunar phase. Check it out!

COLDPLAY “A HEAD FULL OF DREAMS”
Artwork / Art Direction / Packaging

“THE SHINE SERIES”
Art Direction for Jimmy Edgar New EP

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16 People With Real Super Powers

Have you ever dreamed about having super powers?  Most likely if you are anything like me you have fantasized about having extraordinary abilities such as super strength or moving objects with your mind.

We have found 16 examples of people who claim to have developed some extraordinary abilities.  Perhaps we are evolving into a world of zero limits.

1. X-Ray Vision

Natasha DemkinaNatasha Demkina is a Russian woman who claims to be able to see into peoples bodies.  Just like an X-ray machine she is able to detect problems inside of people and diagnose them.

Natasha was a normal kid up until the age of ten according to her mother.  At that age her abilities began to manifest.

“I was at home with my mother and suddenly I had a vision. I could see inside my mother’s body and I started telling her about the organs I could see. Now, I have to switch from my regular vision to what I call medical vision. For a fraction of a second, I see a colorful picture inside the person and then I start to analyze it.” says Demkina

2. Magnetic Body

3_liew-thow-linLiew Thow Lin is a man from Malaysia who can stick metal objects into his body.   Although scientists cannot detect anything going on with the magnetics of his body he is able to hold and balance a unique amount of metal objects on his skin.

3. Super Human Memory:

daniel-tammetDaniel Temmet is able to memorize incredible amounts of information.  For example he was able to recite Pi up to 22,514 digits in five hours and nine minutes on 14 March 2004.

Most Savants are not able to explain how they accomplish their amazing abilities but Daniel is different.  He explains that in his mind every whole number up to 10,000 has its own unique texture, color, shape and feel.  This has helped him to remember things visually much easier then the average person.

In his experience the visual image of 289 as very ugly, 333 is particularly attractive, and pi is beautiful.  Perhaps this is how the frequency of numbers and numerology work with the logical world.

4. No Need for Sleeping:

Imagine what life would be like if you didn’t need to sleep?  I know we would miss out on a lot of fun dreams but what could we accomplish?  Well Al Herpin cant sleepwas a man who knew what that was like.

Al Herpin claimed to have a rare type of insomnia where he didn’t need to sleep and at one point in his life had apparently been awake for over 10 years.  This attracted the attention of medical professionals who investigated further.

They found no bed, or sleeping place in Al Herpin’s home.  He claimed to go to work and then sit in his rocking chair reading until it was time to go to work the next day.  He was found to be in good health and also lived to the old age of 94.

5. Stomach of Steel:

MrEatsEverythingMichel Lotito was known for his ability to eat non-digestable objects without any bad effects.  He was seen to consume glass, metal, rubber and other objects.  Do not try this at home.

 

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Sacred Geometry of Sound and Vibration

The study of sacred geometry was passed down over thousands of years from the ancient mystery schools. The most common geometries considered sacred are the Egyptian Flower of Life, the Hebrew Vesica Piscis and the Italian Borromean Rings (also known as the Holy Trinity). Of course, there are a great many more, such as the Kaballah, the Seed of Life, the Platonic Solids, the Fruit of Life, and so on.

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These geometries are sacred because they are the patterns by which creation manifests, from stars to trees, these patterns are found throughout all of reality. One of the ways that is easiest to see is simply by looking at nature.

Such geometry was described as ‘emanations’ by Gnostics, indicating their awareness that they were patterns formed by the intersection or interference patterns of waves. And since music travels in waves, sacred geometry became intertwined with musica universalis, the ancient theory of everything. Through musical proportions, everything could be modeled using sacred geometry.

To see how this works, consider the following musical Chromatic Ring divided into twelve equal sections according to the earlier harmonic color model. This is known as the Z/12Z cyclic ring model where Z is the set of integers 1 through 12.

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Music Quest -of learning life and jamming

Music is my gateway into the spiritual realm, and it is for many of us.  Music has been said to be the universal language, and if you’ve ever partook in a really great jam session, you wouldn’t doubt that for a beat.  I had a lot of great jam sessions the past few months, and when it was all flowing, me and the others playing were communicating through the music realm.  This summer was magical for me. I gave in to my intuition, held on tightly to my intentions, accepted my character traits and massaged my way of viewing them so they all were seen as empowering, learned lessons and learned to practice what I learn, and made many pacts to myself. Because music is what brought me to the place where I learned so many of these lessons, my music quest is officially a spirit quest. Continue reading

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Music Quest -exit to enter


In my first post I explained how the beginning of Music Quest was about reflecting on what brought me to this point in my life, figuring out why I am devoting my life to being a musician, and releasing works I’ve done to make room for new ones.  Well I am now happy to say that I am exiting that part of my quest, and entering a new one.  With that, here is a track called, “Bring Me Back.”

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This track was written for a film project for a company I worked for that hosted themed parties, often Alice in Wonderland themed parties.  I’ve always had a fascination with Alice in Wonderland, anything that involves being immersed in a different world has always intrigued me.  Alice spends her story trying to find her way out of the rabbit hole she fell into, trying to get back to where she came from.  But maybe if she decided that she fell for a reason, to learn something, she wouldn’t fear disappearing into this rabbit hole world. Continue reading

Music Quest -sing the blues

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verb: to feel or express worry, discontent
noun: A sequence of bars or ridges on the fingerboard of some stringed musical instruments (such as guitar), used for fixing the positions of the fingers to produce the desired notes

 

I have this memory of being a young girl playing alone in my bedroom.  But I wasn’t playing with dolls, I was playing pretend, and not that I was a ballerina, but that I was locked in my room and pounding on the door desperately trying to escape.  I sat by the door with tears in my eyes, though I could get up and walk out any time I wanted.  There was no lock on my door as a child, so I drew one in with magic marker. The imaginary lock remained there until puberty when I upgraded to an actual locked door.  I remembered this childhood game only recently as I’ve been contemplating my reasons for being an artist.  Whenever I feel my efforts are in vain I take a step back and really ask myself if I am on this journey because I am compelled to from within – or if it is a game for me, a goal I set in my mind that I’m too stubborn to let go of until I reach it. The question keeps coming up, why art, why make it? Does it really help anyone but myself? Continue reading