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Why Art Matters

The coming age of enlightenment will require very high human creative output.

Sadly we view arts education as less than essential to developing well-rounded students. A solid education in the arts helps children learn to think critically, exchange ideas, and discover new ways of seeing, thinking, and perceiving the world around them.

We need more inquisitive and creative minds in the world at large. The more multidimensional thinkers the better, as we move ever closer to quantum systems. Investing in arts education is more than just a nicety - it is critical.

Research indicates that learning through the arts has many positive effects on learning in other areas. Multiple years of enrollment in arts courses are positively correlated with higher SAT verbal and math scores. Students who are inspired to learn through the arts are more likely to continue learning throughout life. Children well versed in the arts are more likely to grow up to be successful entrepreneurs and leaders in our communities.

Artificial Intelligence is poised to to take over visual art. This will be the last generation of visual artists if this happens. There is a dire need to get kids away from devices where they are constantly being programmed by external sources instead of outputting their own creative endeavors. This cyber invasion of children’s minds must be reversed as soon as possible.

Teachers within the existing system must also be wary of pro-transhumanist art curriculums that they are seeking to implement under the banner of Socio-emotionalism.

Fulfilling a Need:

In Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, creativity sits at the top of the pyramid right next to ascension. Having spent over 40 years painting and teaching art, I created a comprehensive system of basic and philosophical art teachings to bring to the world en masse to heal the state of human creativity.

There is a dire need in the world to optimize human creativity which will enhance organic human evolution as we move into the enlightened age. According to a NASA study 98% of us are born creative geniuses but by the time we reach adulthood only 2% of us are left with our creativity intact.

Remedy through teaching the rightful purpose of art;

Once one has learned the basics of art from a young age, one is able to assemble objects and colors, composition, light and shade to bring to bear a harmonious whole upon their canvas, this is the natural process of fusion.

This also occurs when the same process learned from creating visual art is applied to any area of our existence that needs enhancement/improvement. The art of expression and manifestation learned, becomes the art of positive human evolution manifested through creativity.

The true and hidden purpose of art that no one in school is ever taught:

Learning the basics of art translates into the ability to assemble the parts for constructing creative inventions from all the “parts" available on earth and in the cosmos including divine inspiration and the elements of nature and quantum physics. Just as nature employs fusion to create, so too can humans.

Many of those charged with establishing “education” curriculums seem almost afraid of the power of human creativity. The system is quick to discourage artists and independent creativity that operates outside of their long term agenda.

Post Renaissance people invented and enjoyed levitation technology, silent Zeppelin travel between New York and London, free electromagnetic energy from the ethers, electric bikes, and a host of other devices on par and superior to many gadgets we have today. We were moving fast and furiously into a glorious, but uncontrollable future as we evolved out of the art heavy period of the Renaissance with our creativity intact.

The pre-empted, false age of enlightenment called the Renaissance, has been used as both a zenith standard and a containment vessel, so that we would have endless debates within the constraints of the similar and opposing thoughts of a few “great” men.

When the self-appointed leaders of the dynastic families holding our world under siege witnessed the burgeoning of human creativity during the Renaissance with its focus on the arts and all the inventions that sprung forth in the 1800’s after the Renaissance period ended, they quickly sought to prevent further surges of human inventiveness, by establishing think tanks to curtail our creativity and by designing a hierarchical education system: I call “Academentia” ie The great forgetting.

With the arrival of the Robber Barons in the 1800's, and the insertion of the think tank armies to disperse the memo that every angle and aspect of society must be contained, controlled, surveilled and monitored, especially culturally, the wave of human inventiveness came to a screeching halt.

At last count, the United States had 1,984 think tanks—nearly a third of the world’s total. American think tanks are constantly enforcing "solutions" to the world’s problems, and then infiltrating every level of society by advocating, and lobbying for policy changes at local, state, and federal levels.

Making people aware of the damage that has been done to human creativity:

Human creativity has been purposefully curtailed in many ways including through hijacking the arts in order to diminish them and use them as a tool for propaganda. By using every available publicly funded resource connected to art to promote their agenda, and every media outlet to promote and advertise it, plus field trips to art galleries from public schools in an attempt to normalize insanity, they succeeded in burying and usurping the true purpose of art.

Revisiting your own creativity is one of the greatest acts of rebellion in these times, no matter your age or where you feel you lie on the creativity spectrum. The sooner humanity gets their creative neurons all fired up again the better off we will all be. Lord knows this world needs to be pulled from bleakness into divinity.

Art can change the world.

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Scroll all the way down past the workshop to the Course Holistic Art A-Z.

In this light I also created a book that teaches the basics of art including inspiration methods. It can be used to teach art or learn art yourself to get those creative neurons firing once again. You can find it here:

Eight hour art lecture at New Earth University here:

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. Web site: SPLAT! Personal Art Consultations: Youtube channel: Prints and Giclees available here: Instagram: Facebook Page:

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