Re: A Meeting Request Wednesday, June 4, 2008 5:19 AM
From: "David Lynch" <dnl1960 at>
To: "Senior Pastor" <seniorpastor at>


You are most welcome.

Warms my soul to know that my work has provided you with a moment of intrigue.
A great honor, for I consider you to be the insightful one.

Over the past few years, my journey has placed me in many different churches.
By far, the words of your sermon's echo my understanding of the teachings of Christ.
What stands out the most is that the people of your church are the most friendly that I have encountered.
Evidently they have embraced the spirit.

On April 8th, 2005, the day the world lay Pope John Paul II to rest, I stood in the Cathedral of Saint Phillip on Peachtree Street.
Looking up at the stained glass illuminated by the afternoon sunlight, I held up my camera and pressed the shutter release.
I said, "Father give me a sign that the world can see."

I could feel that something special happened. When I looked at the image, I almost dropped the camera.
I had tied sunlight into a knot. I swear that the below image is not a Photoshop fake.

Currently my work is in a transition from artist to author. My plan is to write three books.
One called, "Terminus", a civil war story about the Lynch family saving the churches from th Union torch.
The second called, "A Pair of Dimes", a story about my life that has become a long string of coin incidences, a paradigm.
The third called, "Intuition", about how people may potentially use the KnoWell equation in the future.

Before I venture off to write these books, I would very much appreciate a face to face meeting with you.
For the most part, I have been going through this endeavor alone, and your insights could provide me with much needed guidance.

With joy, I carry your blessing in my heart.

Best wishes,

--- On Tue, 6/3/08, Senior Pastor <seniorpastor at> wrote:

From: Senior Pastor <seniorpastor at>
Subject: Re: A Meeting Request
To: dnl1960 at
Date: Tuesday, June 3, 2008, 9:42 PM

Thank you for the links and the interesting insights you have.

God bless you,
Dr. Cooper

A Meeting Request Sunday, June 1, 2008 11:55 AM
From: "David Lynch" <dnl1960 at>
To: "David C. Cooper" <seniorpastor at>


We just met at your book signing. I am the person that left the abstract photograph with the drawing on the back.
I would love to sit down with you for a chat.

What lead me to you is that I was listing to one of your broadcasts on the radio this past Wednesday.
In that sermon, you mentioned that God delivers his message in peaces.
That it might take ten years for the message to be realized.

On June 19th 1977, I was involved in a serious auto accident just down the street from your church.
That night I was delivered a message.
I was at peace with the message for 26 years.
Then on September 16th 2003, I looked at the message in the reserve.

Upon the new realization, I fell into a moment that continues to this very day.
For on that day, September 16th 2003, I stumbled into abstract photography.
In my mind's eye, I was painting music.
I created over 9,000 images like the ones at the below link.

I continued to develop my skills with this new found technique. I got to the point that I can create an abstract photography from anything at any time.
When Dale Chihuly showed his art at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens in 2004, I took my camera downtown and let the world move me.
Below are some examples of abstracts created from Dale Chihuly glass.
Click around.

My work took a quantum leap when one night while dreaming, I saw one of my images reflected like an ink blot test.
When I woke, I went to my computer and created my first reflection from an image that I called the sails of time.
People tell me they see lots of things.

Later that year in November on 2004, I walked into the Immaculate Conception Shrine in Atlanta, and I presented the Mont signor with a peace of art.
A reflection of four photographs on top of each other. I
began to write words as I tried to express the moment.

The shrine is said to be the most historic church in Atlanta. When Sherman came to burn Atlanta, my family did not evacuate.
They protected their homes and several churches from the Union torch. My family was instrumental in bringing the catholic church to Atlanta.
They lived the real gone with the wind in the heart of Atlanta not out on some plantation.

From November 2004, it took me three years to finalized the drawing that I drew on the back of your gift.
I call the equation the KnoWell. I have given out many gifts trying to give the equation a chance to survive.
Below is a list of many of the people that have a KnoWell.

I have created a video of me drawing a KnoWell.

Please pardon me for being long winded. Maybe we can have a sit down.
You can look me in the eye as I tell you about my death experience in that car wreck on June 19th 1977.
Below is a letter to my step daughter that has my most detailed account of that accident written to date.

Thank you again.
I am most honored that you would even consider using a concept from the KnoWell equation in one of your sermons.
Your words echo my heart.

Best wishes,
David Noel Lynch