Louise Abrams (1941- )
Louise Abrams was born in 1941. Here formal art education began in the early 1960's, when she studied in New York at the Art Students League; The New School, in New York City and in Mexico, at the Instituto Allende. She received her BA and has graduate work in the Fine Arts Department at the City University of New York.
By the early 1970's, Abrams became a renowned artist. This included several major gallery gallery exhibitions in the mid-1970's, including the Cloud Gallery, in June 1975; Auction 393 submissions, in June 1975 and Pleiades Gallery exclusive show, in September 1975.
Some people that suffer from autism, schizophrenia and other mental diseases, possess special talents such as being able to play music; learning to read at a very early age (known as hyperlexia) and memorizing and learning information quickly. Abrams possessed the very special talent of being able to think in a visual way. This was the gift to tap into the part of her brain that most mentally healthy people cannot access. From her mind, colorful shapes, objects, forms, visions appear in her paintings. These are images from her past, present and future. These visions often make insightful statements and tell stories in a way that only she could do it! This allows us insight into an alternate, parallel world... a world that we would never be able to see without Louis Abrams!
Possessing ingeniously juxtaposed hot & cool colors, her paintings have been described as "a visionary & microscopic view of life". They have also been described as having Native American and Aboriginal, Olmec roots.
Interestingly enough, you will often see alien looking figures and creatures in many of Abrams' compositions. These figures sometimes look directly into the viewer's soul and go to a deep, deep place. Other times, they are playful... participating in both- known and unknown activities. This raises an interesting question... did Abrams see a UFO or have an alien encounter, at some point during in her life?
In 1994, after years of working with troubled individuals claiming to have been abducted by extraterrestrials-so-called experiencers-Harvard University Professor of Psychiatry John Mack (1929-2004) published one of the most controversial books in the recent history of psychiatry. Abduction: Human Encounters With Aliens1 chronicles Mack’s therapeutic work with scores of men, women, and children with “conscious recall or recall with the help of hypnosis, of being taken by alien beings into a strange craft, reported with emotion appropriate to the experience being described and no apparent mental condition that could account for the story.” What made the book and Mack himself so controversial was the fact that he had come to accept that the stories his clients were recounting were an accurate description of real events.
To back Mack's claim, former Israeli space security chief says extraterrestrials exist, and Trump knows about it. A "galactic federation" has been waiting for humans to "reach a stage where we will understand... what space and spaceships are," Haim Eshed said. Eshed is also respected professor and retired general, said cooperation agreements had been signed between species, including an "underground base in the depths of Mars" where there are American astronauts and alien representatives.
"There is an agreement between the U.S. government and the aliens. They signed a contract with us to do experiments here," he said.
Eshed added that President Donald Trump was aware of the extraterrestrials' existence and had been "on the verge of revealing" information but was asked not to in order to prevent "mass hysteria."
"They have been waiting until today for humanity to develop and reach a stage where we will understand, in general, what space and spaceships are," Eshed said, referring to the galactic federation.
The White House and Israeli officials did not immediately respond to NBC News’ request for comment. Sue Gough, a spokesperson for the Pentagon, declined to comment.
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