Oil, acrylic, digital transfer to aluminum with float-back framing
About the piece
Evidence of unexplained ancient aircraft can be found across the planet especially in areas where major civilizations once thrived. Physical evidence of alien intervention in human history is undeniable. Ancient Astronaut Theory seeks to explain alien presence in the past linked with Ancient Aircraft and purported landing strips, especially in areas like India (Vimanas), Egypt, and Mesoamerica. Pictographs and megalithic monuments describe human interaction with these entities, allowing those in our timeline to piece together what happened in the past that shapes out destiny today as humanity evolves beyond this consciousness hologram.
A vimana is a word with several meanings ranging from temple or palace to mythological flying machines described in Sanskrit epics. References to these flying machines are commonplace in ancient Indian texts, even describing their use in warfare. As well as being able to fly within Earth's atmosphere, vimanas were also said to be able to travel into space and travel under water.
About the artist
Jason Lincoln Jeffers is a painter, author, astrologer, urban shaman, and successful entrepreneur. He is over twenty years self-educated in the schools of transpersonal and Jungian psychology, as well as alternative medicine and nutrition. Jason went from being chronically ill for over a decade with chronic fatigue syndrome and numerous other "incurable" diseases to a state of perfect health and well-being. He also founded Sunlight Saunas (now Sunlighten), one of the fastest growing companies in America for three years in a row in the early 2000's.
Jason began his shamanic training and mystical schooling remarkably early. From the age of six, his 71-year-old father and spiritual guru began teaching him metaphysics, astrology, dream analysis, how to meditate and channel, as well as develop his innate psychic abilities. When Jason was born, his father looked at his hands and said to his mother, "These are the hands of an artist." Subsequently, he encouraged Jason to begin painting as soon as he could hold brush in hand. By the time he was nineteen, he had traveled around the world three times, speaking with his father on the radio, television, and lecturing on a variety of metaphysical, spiritual, and New Age topics.
In 2001 Jason's life was utterly transformed by an ancient mystical inner body experience known as a kundalini awakening. Bestowed with a newfound creative abilities and enthusiasm, he focused his energy to manifest a company that would help to heal the masses with the same ailments that he had suffered from in the decade prior. In 2002, he propelled Sunlight Saunas (now Sunlighten) to become one of the fastest growing companies in America for three years in a row, making the coveted "Entrepreneur's Hot 100" list for 2004, 2005, and 2006.
Sunlight Saunas and Sunlight Day Spa (co-founded in 2004) are companies dedicated to empowering wellness through products and services that provide drug-free pain relief, drug-free detoxification, drug-free stress relief, massage therapy, and whole body rejuvenation using state-of-the-art holistic wellness technologies such as far-infrared therapy and sound vibrational therapy.
In 2006 Jason sold his shares of Sunlighten to to pursue his fine art of multidimensional expressionism through the mediums of oil on canvas and digital art. In 2007, while living in New York City and making frequent visits to the Guggenheim, the MET, MoMA, and hundreds of fine art galleries, Jason inculcated his graphic design skills he acquired from his seven years at Sunlighten with a synthesis of ancient mysticism and abstract expressionism.
In 2012 Jason published his first book, The Next Human ~ A Guide to Personal & Collective Evolution, which was critically well-received and continues to help serve as a beacon of enlightenment, guide to personal evolution, as well as a perfect literary compliment to the visually stunning Multidimensional Fine Art.
Today, Jason has created a collection of over 350 original works and continues to focus all of his energy on the artworks in a passionate effort to make a firm dent in the world of Modern Art.