“Whore of Babylon” by William Blake
40. Call me, my daughter, and I shall come to thee. Thou shalt be full of my force and fire, my passion and power shall surround and inspire thee; my voice in thee shall judge nations.
41. None shall resist thee, whom I lovest. Though they call thee harlot and whore, shameless, false, evil, these words shall be blood in their mouths, and dust thereafter.
Creativity As Service - By Alex Grey
“Creativity is always at the service of the consciousness of the creator. The artist that works at the ad agency is at the service of their client. If their client sells cigarettes or whiskey, the artist might be a non-smoker or recovering alcoholic but still create ads at theservice of their client. The more compromised the agenda of the creator, the more discolored is the worldview of those creations. To be of creative service to a higher power is to marry the enterprise of creativity and spirituality. The union of these two impulses is at the foundation of service to the Greater Creator, the Divine Artist that we all reflect.
There is One consciousness — God consciousness more or less awake to its identity. When an artist comes into alignment with the primal creative force, they are moved toward expressions of depth and authenticity, and their works are in service to the Great Creation.”