by Jon Rappoport
June 7, 2022
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There are many universes. And that means there are many inventors of universes.
Some universe are designed with technology, some are made whole, like improvised paintings.
There are simple universes and complicated ones.
The painters who make universes are free from the restraints civilizations place on artists, and are free from myriad self-imposed restraints…because they want to be.
They don’t need spiritual or cosmological content delivered by external authorities. They invent cosmological content.
They don’t need symbols packed with meaning. They invent symbols and imbue them with singular, or multiple, or endless meanings. Or they decline to use symbols altogether.
They don’t need to look for answers. They don’t need answers at all, because they have no questions.
They don’t rule populations. They don’t rule anyone.
They don’t need tragedy or irony or limitation of any kind to attach to, and embed in, their art.
They’ve left behind any semblance of passivity.
They experience the ecstasy of creating.
Why shouldn’t they?
“Any great work of art…revives and readapts time and space and the measure of its success is the extent to which it makes you an inhabitant of that world—the extent to which it invites you in and lets you breathe its strange, special air.” (Leonard Bernstein)
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“Art is about building a new foundation, not just laying something on top of what’s already there.”
Blake said that when he began work on a new poem and prints, that a new Heaven was created. And he entered into that Heaven to do the work of creation.
“They experience the ecstasy of creating. Why shouldn’t they?”
One must wonder about the sanity of creatures that are in themselves miracles… that live in a miraculous and mysterious universe… that possess the full power of creation within their very hands… who choose to be simple-minded and shallow and uninspired and sheep who follow misguided shepherds into pastures of confusion, disharmony, and death.
Who turn their backs on who and what they really are. And what the Universe is… this one, and all the others.
Or perhaps, this kind of insanity was deliberately stitched into the fabric of Life. So that those very same creatures get so sick of the noise and bad air and bad shepherds around them that they say… maybe I can do something about this? Maybe it doesn’t have to be this way?
Maybe I can be a shepherd, too? With a sketch pad and writing notebook under my arm to dream with when I sit on a hillside and watch over my field of grazing sheep?
Ecstasy. That isn’t a town somewhere between Barstow and Vegas. It can be right there in the palm of your hands.