Timothy Wyllie

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Timothy Wyllie (born June 1940 in London, England) is an artist and writer specializing in spirituality. He moved to America in the mid-1960s. After a near death experience in 1973, he devoted himself to the study of "non-human intelligences" (such as angels, dolphins, and extraterrestrials) using visual art, music and writing as the three main means of communication. He lives in Mountainair, New Mexico.

In 1980, he started a series of sacred landscape graphics[clarification needed] and this led to an examination of the way graphic art can anchor spiritual information into the third-dimensional reality most typically experienced.[clarification needed][citation needed] Much of his visual work has a healing dimension,[clarification needed] and he uses a light trance state[clarification needed] to create either a mandala or an icon that represents the physical healing intended. His lifelong interest in telepathy inspired him to do a series of graphics designed to explore the potentials of visual telepathy and its relationship to synchronicity and the higher dimensions.

Early life[edit]

Wyllie's mother, Diana Wyllie, worked for British Intelligence both in Germany before the war and later at Bletchley Park while his father, George Haswell, was an architect before the war.

He was educated at Charterhouse Public School and qualified as an architect at the Regent Street Polytechnic school of Architecture in 1964.

After working as an architect in London, he joined The Process Church of the Final Judgement. He was the Art & Design Director of The Process Magazine for 15 years.[1]

Photography system[edit]

While at college, he invented a system for storing color slides, negative and filmstrips that was subsequently marketed by DW Filmstrips.[citation needed]

Written Work[edit]

His near death experience in 1973 convinced him of the continuity of life in other levels and dimensions introduced him to the concept of angels[citation needed]. He left The Process community in 1977,\ and started a small business in NYC, marketing the slide storage system he had devised 20 years earlier. The business was successful enough to allow him to focus on his interest in non-human intelligences, and after selling his business in 1981, he researched the material for his first book, Dolphins, ETs & Angels published by Coleman Publishing in 1984, then bKnoll Publishing Co. in 1987, and republished by Bear and Company in 1992. It remains in print in 2008.

After claiming to have made contact with his guardian angels, he led workshops and lectures throughout the 1980s on how other people might contact their own angels. Out of this emerged Ask Your Angels written with Alma Daniel and Andrew Ramer, published by Ballantine Books in 1992 and has been translated into 11 languages.

In 1992, Bear & Company published his second book exploring the impact of non-human intelligences upon life on this planet. This was originally named Dolphins, Telepathy & Underwater Birthing, and the book went through one printing before being republished as Adventures Among Spiritual Intelligences by Origin Press in 2001. He has also co-written with Elli Bambridge, A Practical Guide for Contacting your Angels through Movement, Meditation, & Music which was released in Australia by Gemcraft in 1995. In the Fall of 2008, the Daynal Institute Press will publish his life work that is an illustrated creation myth, The Helianx Proposition.

Audio Visual Work[edit]

He made two tapes of improvised music, The Eldorado Tapes in 1987 and Dolphin Vision Quest in 1988, with the Sirius Coyote Band. "Light of the Heart" is a guided meditation tape he made with Alma Daniel and the English musician David Duhig.

Since 1980, he has been creating graphic artwork using pencil, dry pigments, and different plant pollens. These are exhibited at Cibola Gallery, in Mountainair, New Mexico, as well as in the iKosmos online gallery. His collaborative graphic work with Manhattan artist June Atkin has been exhibited at New York's Society of Illustrators. Most recently, through collaboration with Emmy Award winning musician Jim Wilson, he created two CDs of spoken word material, and with videographer Flame Schon [1], he has produced two DVDs accompanying the book The Helianx Proposition.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Timothy Wyllie (2009). Love Sex Fear Death: The Inside Story of the Process Church of the Final Judgement. Feral House. ISBN 978-1-932595-37-6. 

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