September 2011 Featured Artist Neil Hague

Through Ancient Eyes

Through Ancient Eyes “Neil Hague is a UK artist, authorial illustrator and lecturer, originally trained in graphics and book publishing. Over the past fifteen years he has developed a ‘unique’ vision through his unique style of art and creativity. One that has been described as both spiritual and ‘neo-shamanic’ by people who have heard him lecture or who have seen his work. Artist Neil Hague is probably best known for creating the cover art for David Icke’s books. Neil is also an author and his first graphic novel called, “Kokoro”, he encapsulates the story of creation with the ‘themes and signs’ unfolding in our reality, as we go through a major shift in consciousness at this time. A second Novel is been currently drafted for 2013.” Read more.

Here are some of Neil’s recent articles:

  • Oblivion: Saturn Sally’s Dream for Humanity, PDF
  • Man of Saturn, Man of El, Son of the Gods, PDF
  • After Earth: Fear is Not Real, PDF
  • Hosts in the Soul Machine: Hijacking Humanity, PDF

Neil Hague is a UK artist, authorial illustrator and lecturer. Originally trained in graphics and book publishing, he was one of the founders of Bridge of Love Publications in the UK.

Neil Hague with a Painting from the Cover of David Icke's Book, Huma Race Get Off Your Knees: the Lion Sleeps No More
Neil Hague with a Painting from the Cover of David Icke’s Book, Human Race Get Off Your Knees: the Lion Sleeps No More

Over the past fifteen years he has developed a ‘unique’ vision through his art and creativity. One that has been described as both spiritual and ‘neo-shamanic’ by people who have heard him talk or who have seen his work.

UK artist, authorial illustrator and lecturer Neil Hague has a lot to say about modern times
UK artist, authorial illustrator and lecturer Neil Hague has a lot to say about modern times

Neil was born and brought up in Rotherham, South Yorkshire in the UK, to working class parents; and from an early age his imagination and passion for book illustration was to lead him into a career in illustration, publishing and lecturing.

“The visionary capacity of artists is so famous that it is often considered by western standards to be a bit bizarre – even mad. This is understandable given the lack of vision in a society that has become obsessed with mediocre imagery, and the mainstream media.” Read more.

Having spent the best part of the 1990’s working as a book designer and later as a book illustrator, Neil went on to complete a postgraduate diploma in Narrative Illustration at the University of Brighton. During this period his work was selected for Images the Best of British Illustration and for the Macmillan Book Illustration Award at the Royal College of Art.

Loving and caring for each other is the goal; are we on the wrong path?
Loving and caring for each other is the goal; are we on the wrong path?

Neil has had numerous exhibitions in the UK and his paintings have appeared on book covers all over the world. Inspired by native Earth peoples, ‘universal’ symbols, archetypes and a love of nature, he often links and expresses these sources within his work.

“With the realisation of planetary changes, and our part in the vortex of energies that constructs our world, the web of life must, in effect house all life forms, including the negative aspects of the matrix , which in our reality can manifest through all kinds of destruction. In my eyes people have a choice, in either realising their connection with the web of life (love/oneness), or staying ‘trapped’ in the illusionary (net) created by a predator that has sought to wreak havoc on the human soul since ancient times.” Read more.

In his books Through Ancient Eyes and Journeys in the Dreamtime, he illustrates a personal and fascinating approach to art and image making. In his first Graphic Novel called Kokoro, he encapsulates the story of creation with the ‘themes and signs’ unfolding in our reality, as we go through a major shift in consciousness at this time.

Red Ice Radio Artist Neil Hague is probably best known for creating the cover art and illustrations for David Icke’s books. Neil is also an author. In his books, “Through Ancient Eyes” and “Journeys in the Dreamtime”, he illustrates a personal and fascinating approach to art and image making. In his first graphic novel called, “Kokoro”, he encapsulates the story of creation with the ‘themes and signs’ unfolding in our reality, as we go through a major shift in consciousness at this time.

Don't we use art to create reality?
Don’t we use art to create reality?

Neil joins us to discuss art and secret societies control and promotion of certain artists, musicians and writers. We also talk about the Hopi, their prophecy, dreams and the propaganda people are subjected to through the media. More Topics Discussed: transitional time, Robert Green, collaboration with David Icke, Caravaggio, Knights of Malta, Order of the Garter, The Brotherhood of our Lady, De Medici, the art industry, viral marketing, Jay-Z & Lady Gaga, Jesuits, Kirschner, artists tapping into the unknown, Koyaanisqatsi, the media empire, Hopi Prophecy Rock, destruction, World War, the new world order is an old world order plan, beyond the veil, property, mortgage servitude, scarcity, environmental scam and more.

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