A mystic is someone chasing after god, whom may or may not have found him yet. Life is a strange road, for some reason many of us choose to take the long way. In hindsight we see we meandered a little, and weren't as fruitful with our time as we may have liked. Being someone like this wandering and searching for explanations to deep questions, I have come to forms of answers. Rather than simply lecture a hesitant audience I have decided to make my visions into something I feel to be more entertaining: poems and short stories. One might refer to me as narcissistic but I enjoy reading this text every time I pick it up and flip through it. I find something new in the pages that I don't quite remember creating, the feeling exhumed is that alluded to in the allegory contained in "deja vu". This is a book that if my taste came across randomly in a quaint book seller, I would want in my own collection, and that's why I've decided to publish it so that anyone else of similar interests can enjoy it as I would. Who knows, maybe in reading this work, you'll end up having your own Mystic Visual. I encourage you to open your mind, broaden your perception, and experience the wonders of potential perceived through a sideways lens. As John Lennon once sung, "Turn off, your mind, relax and float down stream", as you journey into a world of fantasy and endless possibilities.
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Science fiction short stories, theoretical physics essays, and time travel poetry have babies in Mystic Visuals. Ominous prophetic poetry gives Christopher G Bray's Mystic Visuals a cautionary feel. Lets say half of what is written about in this book is not a work of fiction if that was not a lie it would overturn the work of Einstein and the Bible. Blasphemy (both religious and scientific) is toyed with through the condemnation loophole of science fiction.About the Author:
Hi I'm Chris, the author of Mystic Visuals (Volume I). I'm currently working on Volume II, and if you'd like to see the rough draft as its written its being posted to the facebook and tumblr pages. I've lived in Orange County, CA all my life. I've always had an interest in technology, and can remember throughout my entire life asking very deep question that are hard to answer. Like who made God? Why couldn't a machine predict the future, given enough information? But my favorite subject and if you're ever around me you'll probably hear me make a reference to is time-travel. This is the ultimate mind bending conundrum. Many people simply write off the subject simply because it leads to paradoxes that linear time thinkers say means its impossible. Others though believe that time would splinter in two and a parallel dimension would be created. I personally believe its a linear system with a force that guides the user of the time machine to not create such a paradox. This energy if you will is so good at doing this you would think it had intelligence. But really it works more like a magnet. Is a magnet smart for only picking up the metal fragments? As you can see I'm a bit of a ranter, and that's really what the book is all about- having fun with "mystical visions" consider it a fictitious jaunt into absurd realities that realistically may never come to pass.
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