First published: Winter 2006
On an early-spring afternoon, in the front room of a white clapboard bungalow on the south side of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, William Fields stands at a drafting table, absorbed in creating his latest drawing: a panoramic composition dominated by a fantastical figure with multiple heads facing in different directions.
He identifies it as a psychic portrait of Kaliel, a spirit associated with the planet Mercury in the occult system known as hermetic science. Like all of Fields’ art, it is informed by his extensive studies of such mystical traditions and by a lifetime of personal experience with visionary consciousness.
This is an article extract; read the full article in Raw Vision #57