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From: David Lynch <dnl1960 at yahoo.com>
To: mtodd at western.edu <mtodd at western.edu>
Sent: Sunday, November 12, 2017, 2:18:18 AM EST
Subject: Ghost Adventures


Please pardon me for interrupting your busy schedule.

Your words on an episode of Ghost Adventures stuck a chord within me.

For over a decade, my life was consumed by an artistic expression.
Just before the artwork emerged, I was trying to keep a daily journal.
As the impressions started to overwhelm my ability to document them,
I stumbled into abstract photography,
and the abstract photography became the foundation for my creative writing.

Using Photoshop, I reflected the abstract photos,
and I started writing my thoughts on the reflections.
Below is a link to my first reflection.

Soon after the creation of my first reflection, I created my first Montaj.

Over the summer of 2004, I created thousands of abstract photographs.
In the fall of 2004, I used the abstract photographs to create a series of Montaj images.
To enlarge the images, click on the smaller images.

The two terabytes of artwork lead me to the creation of an equation that uses
the energy of Einstein, the force of Newton, and to logic of Socrates to describe a moment of time as infinite.
I call the equation the KnoWell.

On 19 Jun 1977, I had a Ghost Adventure.
I was involved in a serious automobile accident.
Due to the injuries that I received that night,
I was left with the profound memory of being dead.
The KnoWell equation explains to me how I was in a spirit state observing the physical world.
Below is a link to my best written recollection of my death experience.

On the fortieth anniversary of my death experience,
I wrote a letter to Dr Bruce Greyson at the University of Virginia.
Letter to Dr. Bruce Greyson 2017.6.19

From 2004 to 2014, I reached out to thousands of people.
Many of my letters are written to individuals with scientific minds. In my letters,
I use the structure of the KnoWell to answer many of the questions raised by the observations of modern cosmology.

I hope to find the time required to write a detailed story regarding how the KnoWell equation emerged.
I explain in the below linked letter to Mark Tremonti the outline that I would use to write the story that I call "Murillo"
Letter to Mark Tremonti

I would like to get Zak Bagans a personalized KnoWell, but I have not found a method to get the KnoWell to him.
I have given the KnoWell equation to thousands of people.
Below is a link to a collection of musicians that have my artwork with a hand drawn KnoWell on the back.
To enlarge the images, click on the smaller images.

If you would like a KnoWell, pick an image from the below link.
I will print the abstract photograph for you.
I will draw a KnoWell on the back for you.

Your thoughts are most welcome.

Thank you for your time,
David Noel Lynch