Bangungot Dream and Analysis

Bangungot Dream and Analysis

For years I was plagued by recurring hypnogogic dreams. I didn’t know at the time that there is a tradition of these dark nightmares in South Asian culture. It’s a well-documented occurrence that (mostly) men from Thailand, Singapore and the Philippines dream of a creature that suffocates them. Because many who experience this creature (called most often “Bangungot” but also and in other cultures: “Dab tsog,”...

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Angelhead: a restored and updated theological cosmology

Angelhead: a restored and updated theological cosmology

The Angelhead symbolizes a grand unified theological cosmology. All of my illustrations, paintings, sculpture, holography, writing and other art works emerge from this narrative. The 50,000 or so words of writing thus far are sourced from the Enûma Eliš, the Bardo Thodol, Pentateuchal literature, Greek Mythology, Occidental folklore, Oriental superstition and Inflationary Theory.

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Tears of the Nephilim: graphic novel on Facebook

Tears of the Nephilim: graphic novel on Facebook

The Tears of the Nephilim is a post apocalyptic work of supernatural Gothic noir dystopia that we're posting as a graphic novel weekly on Facebook. It draws upon theology from the Tanakh, Book of Enoch, and books of Apocrypha surrounding the Nephilim; the offspring of angels who defected from the Empyrean to conceive offspring with humans. Their hybrid children were superhuman, supernatural and immortal.

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Cŵn Annwn: the Generations of the Fall

Cŵn Annwn: the Generations of the Fall

Once the great and noble hounds of Elysium, the Cŵn Annwn descended, evolving into the sepulchral prodigies of Tartarus. They are the 4th Generation of The Fall; twins conceived by their brother Death, in the raping of their mother and sister Sin, who by parthenogenesis was sired by the demiurge, Samael.

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