Mike Alberta Talks TransHumanism, Aliens With Artist Magali Boehlen

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She showed us her necklace, based on sacred geometry and said, "I'm an artist, and the work that I do is scriptured from off-planet beings...inter-dimensional beings. Currently my work is featured at Art Fusion Gallery in the Design District." A quick web search tells us that in the '90s Magali traveled through alternate dimensions, and her paintings transcribe the symbols she saw in these other realms.

Some of her tattoos reflect the symbology,
Alberta asked about her views on TransHumanism and Magali replied, "The human body was designed to do everything that we do externally with computers. The glandular system was designed to allow us to do telepathy where you wouldn't even need a cell phone. I think it's been hidden from us. I think it's still inside of us. We just haven't opened up the cranial gland enough y'know? Unless you've studied with the shamans in Brazil and you do the Ayahuasca ceremonies, which is a medicine of the shaman, then you start accessing your internal mechanism. I don't think it's lost, it just hasn't been found yet."

Be sure to read more on the subject in Frank Alvarado's story on Extreme Body Modifiers.

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