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Leigh J McCloskey Talk 12-12-12 Making Sense of End Times and New Beginnings Pt 1 of 6

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Published on Dec 27, 2012

On 12-12-12 Leigh J McCloskey, artist, actor, author, and philosopher hosted a visual presentation at his home, Olandar Foundation for Emerging Renaissance (acronym: OFFER) of his art, Tarot and visual creative philosophy. He examines the end of the Mayan calendar and its deep significance for coming times and how this period relates to the archetypes of creation as revealed in his Tarot artwork. He takes us through his remarkable paintings and drawings and the revelation of his painting, Phoenix Arise, that creates, in fractal form, the DNA double helix and infinite mandalas. His philosophical ideas and his fascination with quantum physics and non-linear perception are revealed through images he shows from his Codex Tor illuminated books. He also delves into the revelation of the Watchers and the Watcher language that began on 9-11 when the twin towers fell and over the last eleven years has grown to become a vast multidimensional painted library studio and wonder-study called the Hieroglyph of the Human Soul (acronym: THOTHS). His art, and storytelling examines many traditions and weaves a context through creation and the living library for why being human has been so difficult for so long, for so many, but how the human species as a planetary consciousness is finally beginning to blossom. McCloskey's passion, wisdom and profound knowledge is revealed in tangible form as his beautiful art and masterful storytelling that seeks in word and art to share the more interesting story of being human and to set in motion the seeds of renaissance.

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