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Art:The White paper

We must paint the truth of the importance of art now on white paper, albeit in just a few overview strokes. Art produces outstanding features that distinguish great civilizations from oppressive ones. Visual art speaks a universal language revealing the secrets of the past. The architectural magnificence of our past reveals a people connected to a higher consciousness that in turn expresses evidence of humanity’s once close affiliation to source.

We were all given the sacred gift of artistry and the power to make the crescent moon of our lives full, that we might bask in the light of our gifts to the world while we are here.

Today as we look around at our world and see that what we have built around us is visually uninspiring and so far from the glorious achievements of the past we must confess that we are a fallen species by design. Creative solutions to problems threatening humanity are the ultimate threat to those who seek to control every aspect of humanity. Creativity is inherently connected to art. Visual depictions are used to tell stories and influence the course of history, think both world war posters and the meme frenzy within today’s political firestorm.

Understanding the true nature of the power of art is the hidden key to our freedom and sovereignty. Just as a great novel must begin years prior with a child who has learned ABC’s and basic grammar, great art and architecture began with learning the basics of art such as perspective and how to draw. Without the ability to express and render ideas, humanity would remain stagnant.

Art falls within the culture aspect of the two thousand plus think tanks operating in the United States alone today. With every pressing issue of today it would seem that the state of art would be one of the first elements of importance lined up on the burner. Art has sadly been purposefully distorted as to its true function like every other aspect of our lives from nutrition, history, science, energy and health. All areas of import from the military to psychology institutions take their orders from the think tanks of academentia: (modern-day academia being the teachings of the great forgetting and the separation of the parts from the whole.)

When we remember that the creativity that lives in our bones was always meant to be used for infinite improvement of our evolution and seek to nurture that creativity, humanity will be on the road to the zenith of its fruition.

When art in its many forms is instilled in one’s environment it brings an uplifting sensation to one’s whole being just as the feeling of being immersed in nature does.

Nature is the greatest creator second to source only, known to man. Just her skills of light play and use of sacred geometry in exquisite design are enough to bring solace to a wretched soul upon observation. Nature is also the greatest mathematician, architect, economist, systems builder et al and her mastery of largess is unmatched on this plane. So delicate are her ecosystems that one factor removed can bring chaos to her composition and render the beauty that she has created devoid of all life.

This is how we must begin to see the function of art within humanity’s existence. Art and artistry must no longer be defined as a singularly functioning element. Let the beauty revealed in nature which utilizes all aspects of our realm in its design be our guide. It is the gloriousness of being in unspoiled nature that brings us the greatest sense of well being.

Artistry is the glue of holism. The universe and especially living nature are interacting wholes that are more than the mere sum of elementary particles. As living organic beings ourselves we must act as part of that whole, express as part of the whole and imbibe the creative genius gene from the whole system to enhance our way of life. Art is alchemy.

Let us take our cue as to what artistry is all about from nature herself. Great art is inspired by nature: theater, song, dance, stories, drama and visual art are often set in the wild and glorious elements of nature.

We have made the mistake of allowing art to be defined by intellectuals who have distorted its relevance to a point where most people just laugh an artistic endeavor off as folly. “If it doesn’t make money it’s not worth it.” These arrogant entities come from the same ilk that believe they can improve humanity beyond the God blueprint. So great is their hubris that they think they are superior to Great Creator and that humanity is theirs to mold henceforth. To this end they have monetized art for commercial and propaganda purposes. They have diminished arts’ true purpose by having us accept very low standards as to what art really is. Warhol’s tin cans of soup,

DeChamp’s urinal and Cattelan’s banana taped to a wall are good examples. “The big art experts” have also legitimized pornographic art as desirable and trendy while scoffing at Jane and Joe Public’s art as insignificant. The art scene and Hollywood feed from the same superficial adrenaline drip operating outside of anything even close to universal law. Its a problem yes, but without problems how are we to evolve?

The truth is that when we are in touch with our creative selves we are closer to source than we could ever be, as inspiration is often connected directly to the divine. All sentient expressions of nature herself come from the divine. Adaptation itself is a leaning into divine law for an organic expression emanating from the living self that will determine whether it survives or not.

In closing, the solution to reinstalling humanity’s creativity starts with learning and learning to teach art. Art is a big deal. Its importance to the world has been downplayed. Artistry will be a major player in the positive evolution of humanity as we leave the slavery paradigm and move into fifth density. The study of art applied holistically toward other disciplines such as science and psychology has the propensity to change our world for the better. Aesthetic beauty metamorphoses into universal solutions that function harmoniously. Art is the seed that grows an aesthetically pleasing and inspiring existence from which to springboard humanity into a golden future.

Please consider getting or sharing my book SPLAT! to start you or a friend or loved one off on your/their art journey, for this is why I wrote it! You can purchase it here.

About Jane Evershed

Jane Evershed has been painting in oils for over forty years. Her first endeavor out of high school was to teach children’s art classes. She has taught art in South Africa, the USA, Indonesia

and Mexico. She believes that art being an outstanding feature of highly evolved civilizations warrants as many people as possible to learn and teach creativity toward the higher purpose of humanity’s positive evolution. She teaches art with a focus and goal of creating from soul. Internal creativity in children must be nurtured from a young age as it is being threatened by too much external techno-interference.

Jane began painting and distributing reproductions and originals of her work nationally in the United States for twenty five years with great success.

After being invited by Michael Tellinger to Ubuntu headquarters in South Africa to create huge murals depicting the ancient sites of Adam’s Calendar

coupled with trips to Bali to absorb the wisdom of the NewEarth presenters at two World Health Summits Jane focused on the dire state of art in the world today and remedies for art health. The summits in Bali hosted by Sacha Stone, founder of NewEarthorizon inspired her to create SPLAT! which teaches the art basics in ten steps. Jane now sits on the NewEarth University* faculty of the Living Arts. *NEU synergizes ancient wisdom with full-spectrum breakthrough technologies and innovations from leading experts in their field – visionaries and pioneers sharing an array of talent and gifts, so that together we manifest a peaceful New Earth.

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