Synopses & Reviews
For an era flooded with icons of almond-eyed aliens, stock angels, and computer-generated Martians, as well as the disappointingly pious sermons of Pleiadians and Sirians, Monica Szu-Whitney and Gary Whitney have opened a window into the actual vastness of the universe. Through the admittedly imperfect tools of our minds and 'imaginality' they have glimpsed the inhabitants of that domain known as hyperspace, subspace, or the astral realm; and they have presented us with their remarkable portraits and words. The beings in this book live far from us in actual time-space and are hard to see, but their destinies and ours are intertwined, and they bear critical messages for all inhabitants of the Earth.
The story of psychic artist Monica Szu-Whitney, illustrated with art she has created during journeys to the "other side". The book explains how Monica developed as a psychic artist and discusses her journeys and subsequent work, which is reproduced here in 26 color photos.
About the Author
Monica Szu-Whitney was born and raised in Burma and immigrated to California in 1975. She started to experience inner visions in the mid eighties and began to develop as a spiritual healer and psychic artists in the following years. Monica graduated from San Jose State University with a B.S. in Interior Desgin and is presently working as an interior designer for a San Francisco architectural firm. She had her first showing as a psychic artist in June of 1998.
Gary Whitney was born and raised in California. He received his M.A. in Art from Chico State University and taught Art for several years in Quincy Junior/ Senior High School in Northern California. Gary has been involved in the consciousness movement since the mid-seventies and has worked with several personal growth organizations. Now he acts as a personal coach, teaches creativity, and runs his own graphics and interior design firm.