About the Carpet Hunters

I belong to a multidimensional group of artists called the Carpet Hunters. 

The name is a symbolic combination of magic + treasure hunt.  We are all artists who incarnate in various places and timelines, to install art and then watch to see what humanity does with it. Sometimes it goes to places it wasn't expected to go, like appearing to be negative in some people's realities, and here's why:

Anyone interacting with a piece of art will absorb its energy, and continue creating with it.  Perhaps they're inspired by it.  Perhaps they are calmed by it.  Perhaps, ambivalent.  Perhaps extremely angered.  From the state of the viewer comes the viewer's reality.  And their reality affects the state of the collective.  On the 3D level, art is created for many reasons by the ego, but from a higher perspective, it's meant to internally expand both the artist and the beholder.

So you see, art never dies.  It continues to "art" itself and the people that interact with it.

What kinds of installations are we talking about?  

Here are a few examples you might recognize:

  • The Nazca Lines
  • The Seven Wonders of the World
  • Air Flight
  • Electricity
  • Relativity
  • Mount Rushmore
  • Hieroglyphics
  • Cave Art
  • The Bible
  • The Roman Empire
  • Alchemy
  • String Theory
  • Native American Giants
  • The Matrix series
  • Ancient Egyptian Afterlife
  • Alice in Wonderland
  • The Gold Rush
  • The Star Trek Enterprise
  • Energetic DNA
  • The Mayans
  • Q Anon
  • Freemasonry
  • Buddha
  • The Tudors
  • The Industrial Revolution
  • The Knights Templar
  • Lemuria & Atlantis
  • Cloning
  • Organized Crime
  • Alien Abductions
  • Living on the Spectrum
  • Psychosis and Schizophrenia
  • Göbekli Tepe
  • Woodstock & the 70's Love Movement
  • The Medici Family
  • Vandalism and Graffiti

Since we here on Earth love our explanations, I finally got the group together to channel a bio:

"We are a group of physical, and non-physical, artists. We co-create art installations that span Time and Space, in your terms.

Our work is always created with useful and peaceful intent.

One of our current 'period pieces' addresses the theme of Earth's upliftment in frequency. Much like artists on your planet create art to draw attention to injustices in your societies, we install pieces that call attention to your true multi-dimensional nature, which is largely forgotten. Our ranks include many Masters:  of color, texture, temperature, pressure, density, and sound, to name a few.

Many great painters, prolific musicians, mathematicians, and timeless revelers from your history books boast membership in our expansive group of adventurers.

We are excited to co-create with you, for collaboration allows for many variations of perspective. No matter at which level you experience art, there is always expansion waiting for you."

So, yeah.  Every moment is a discovery for those of us on a quest to remember Who We Are.

Connecting with fellow Carpet Hunters is a fun experience when you can get two who remember, and who are also focusing on the same physical plane and timeline!  We jump around a lot, thriving on new opportunities to use our abilities to serve whichever collective we immerse ourselves in.  There are thousands of incarnated human Carpet Hunters, as well as those living in physical extraterrestrial situations; many are not humanoid at all.  A great number don't have physical bodies, and so transmit their contributions through those of us that do.

In case you're wondering who are the human members of this exploratory group, I've identified several hundred humans so far.  There are many I've never met; and some I've met in the non-physical, but not yet in the physical.  Since many members are currently alive and kicking on my Earth timeline, I would require their permission to publish their names in association with any group.

We can talk about the "dead" ones, though!

Leonardo daVinci, Nikola Tesla, Albert Einstein, Picasso, Charlie Chaplin. Salvador Dali. Madame Blavatsky. That's just a few to give you an idea of the personalities of those creating these art installations.  Many artists like to check back---incarnated in new bodies---to see what humanity has done with their installations...and maybe do a few touch-ups.  Hint:  My new coffee table book will highlight some of the recurring installations from multiple reincarnations of prominent artists you may recognize, as well as those you've never heard of.  How does their art evolve over the millennia as they take on new bodies and immerse themselves in new timelines?  Coming soon.

As an Experience Designer, it is my intent that you absorb this information with all of your senses.  Does it excite you?  Does it scare you?  

If anything, I hope that it gives you a glimpse of your own vast nature, for this is not your only life.  There are many You's, living many varied existences; and if you've read this far, one of them is probably a Carpet Hunter.

Love to you.