It can be a strange thing to live in this world.
A trait of human experience is “intuition”– that feeling that one knows something, but can’t explain how. For those with a keen sense of intuition, they are often right about things. Sometimes they are correct enough that it becomes hard to explain.
Back in 2015 I developed a fixation with Vladimir Putin. I had a feeling that he was going to become a bigger player in the world political scene. This feeling had no factual basis, but I felt sure it was true.
I composed a series of prints and an album of music based on Putin, which I called “Sovereign” (Treetrunk Records), back in 2015. I tried to capture the sense of mystery and fear I felt when I thought about Putin, and his possible rise in power.
Was it a coincidence that, roughly one year later, Putin became a center of global attention for his possible interference with a major U.S. election– and that this attention revolved (and revolves) around issues of “Sovereignty”? That some even suggested that this man has a hidden role in the U.S. government?
Easy to dismiss, perhaps, but I still recommend that people hold on to their intuitions, be they schizophrenic or no.