It seems that, within the Imagery Age we live, humanity is immersed in an imagery revolution, which progress pushes our bit of consciousness towards a drastic change in the perception of visible and invisible reality. Imagination captures the truth before we are able to prove it, and this eternal advance towards a higher understanding of the reality of which we participate presents us a difficult scenario to conceive, forcing us to postpone the mundane conception we have made of time and reality in order to enter into a field of thought that must cover higher summits.
Scientific revelations have transcended into contemporary cultural and social manifestations, fascinated by the unlimited possibilities that would be proposed by overcoming our three-dimensionality in an effort to conceive the multidimensional universe in which we really live. Considering art as a way of knowledge, is a proof of that true imagination, an intuitive approach to a latent reality that we have not yet dissected completely through reasoning, but that many of us consciously glimpse and make us questioning everything that we have been considering unquestionable until today.
Is this a manifesto with a post-humanist approach, once the human trajectory has catastrophically disappointed its own ideals and the human being appears again dwarfed before the grandiosity of the natural cosmos and its codes, indecipherable yet for our limited consciousness. A perception that is accentuated when we assimilate that we still do not know anything and our winds of wisdom fall ridiculed by their own non-specific weight.
This manifesto resonates with the trans-humanist trend of the current conscious revolution, relying on the visionary movement of those who consider and work on the possibility of evolving our own cognitive capacities beyond reasoning. This is the time of the perceptual revolution in which our senses evolve and we conquer wider planes of existence. It is a time of no time, in which we get rid of the direction of linear time, accessing realities in which present, past, and future happen simultaneously. The evolution of consciousness to its timeless fourth dimension exhorts us from the artificial matrix in which we still fit our existences and synchronize us more directly with the absolute truth.
Within this context, this is this an anti-rationalist manifesto, freeing the process of understanding from the limits of reason, liberating creators from the walls of the limited rational ability imposed to the human being. Because the truth behind reality does not attend or have to meet the needs of limited reasoning, but it can only resonates with the consciousness in tune. Let's hope that one-day humanity can elaborate all the edges that the truth hides, or better yet, that we do not even need to understand it through the thinking mind, but we can live it consciously with holistic plenitude. We will assimilate the whole and live in its oblivion.