My portrait painting of David Wilcock

Today, I finished reading the mind bending infomation put forward in David Wilcock’s book The Source Field Investigations: The Hidden Science of Lost Civilisations. So I thought this is the perfect chance to share with you the portrait painting of David Wilcock that I did recently. This painting is the second portrait in the series of people that inspires me, their works that I follow and have alot of respect for them for doing it.

Portrait set 4of4 - David WilcockSketched his portrait by looking at a photo and then used black ink fine liner graphics pens to go over the drawing and add outline of details. From there I scanned my picture to computer where I used Photoshop cs3 to paint and give the picture lots more depth and colour.

the real photo of Wilcock I was drawing from - did I capture a brilliant likeness?

the real photo of Wilcock I was drawing from – did I capture a brilliant likeness?

David Wilcock is a professional author and lecturer into ancient civilizations, consciousness science, and new paradigms of matter and energy. The foundation of all this consciousness science and energy is the investigations into what David has dubbed the source field. It is the hidden intelligence, a living energy field that the universe is built from. It’s another name to call the divine intelligence of infinite awareness that is the essence of mankind. Like David Icke keeps reminding us to remember who you are, infinite love, consciousness in awareness of himself/herself, having an earthly experience in this moment in time.

Some of the potentials and technologies available in this hidden science that Wilcock is writing about in this book are: DNA transformation, consciousness science, wormholes, stargate travel, sacred geometry, multidimensional time, the maya calendar and the galactic energy fields coming from the centre of the galaxy spreading reaching our sun and every living thing on Earth triggering mental, biological and spiritual evolution.

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About Way of the Artchemist

Love of manga/anime, telling of stories in film and tv around sci-fi and fantasy, has influenced me to draw in the way that I do and, it's these interests that led me to the alternative media and made me question the nature of reality; exploring the ideas around consciousness, and the philosophies of life.
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