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.Reseña del editor:
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.
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