Witnessing the Magical World
Welcome to the Galleries from the World of the Mythica.
As Authors in the Mythica, we use the camera to set a trail of golden crumbs, polished mirrors to help light the way of other adventurous souls. The photos, woven along the timeline, connected to the greater network of the Mythica, reveal the nature of Worlds.
We ask the Question – How do we showcase the nature of our shared unfoldment? How do we witness the physics of the quest, illuminating both the thread of our own timeline and the nodes in which we touch the threads of others? How can we use the photos and Stories to reveal the Akasha, the web of synchronicity that links us all together?
In essence, how do we witness and document the journey into the real magical World?
A Timeline of Magical Moments
At the core of this is Witnessing our experience. Of authentically documenting the Moments that occur in accordance with the physics of the Quest, proving that we live in the reflection of our own substance of self. That by embodying the vibrational tone of the New World, we encounter others on the Path in synchronicity who share that frequency.
To demonstrate this, to illustrate the real World of myth and deeper relationship with the Creation, we followed a strict discipline. What one could call the Art of Arriving, or Witnessing the Wonder. We would never set the photos up. No photoshop, no cropping, no models, no sets.
The photos, the arrival of the Characters all happened organically. There were no pre-arranged meetings, no models, no sets, no photoshop. Simply witnessing the manifestation of events along the timeline of the Author. Much like a character in a novel, the idea was to Witness, rather than contrive, the appearance of other characters on the Quest. To examine the structure of the cloud atlas of our synchronicities as a proof of our interconnectedness. From there, the photos are linked to Stories on the timelines of the Authors, opening a portal for the Reader into the moment and majesty in which that witnessing occurred.