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Local author turns to crowdfunding to release angelic artwork collection

On 11-11-2011 Robyne Arrow was compelled to go outdoors and take photos of the night sky. It wasn't until the photos were viewed days later that an angel or a Cherub was seen in the photos

On the night of 11-11-2011 Robyne Arrow felt compelled to go outside and take photos of the night sky.  What happened on that night is something that still moves her today.

The sky was cloudy, but I took photos anyway,” Arrow explained. “It was only after I looked at the photos days later that I realized I captured something special and miraculous - the image of an angel, a cherub, to be more accurate,” Arrow continued.

Because of this miraculous experience, Arrow is enlisting the aid of Indiegogo and the crowdfunding community to raise funds so she  may hire various talented and beloved artists from around the world to assist her in bringing these photos to life for a special collection of angelic artwork.  The completion of this art work will be the final touches to the "Angel Experience" Healing Art Journal. A healing art journal that will bring these messages to the world and aid those on their spiritual journey.

Indiegogo is a crowdfunding platform where people solicit help from other people for any number of projects, inventions and other ideas.  Those who wish to help a particular project contribute any amount of money they choose, and may receive rewards or perks for their contribution.

In honor of that spectacular event on the night of 11-11-2011, Arrow is unleashing her campaign exactly one year to the day.  On 11/11/12, Arrow launched The Angel Experience: Healing Art Journal and is seeking approximately $9900.00 for commissioned artwork of eleven sketches and 121 pieces of supportive themed doodle art work. If enough funds are raised she will then apply any additional funds towards having eleven, 22" by 24" sized canvas paintings created allowing her to share the message with the world through art exhibits across the United States.

“I would very much like to share what has been shared with me and feel that many who are on their spiritual path will benefit from the healing properties of this collection,” Arrow continued.

Parties interested in helping Arrow bring these messages from the night of 11-11-2011 to life, should visit http://www.indiegogo.com/angelexperience to learn more about her and the "Angel Experience" project.  To learn more about what Robyne is currently doing, visit: www.robynearrow.com or www.spiritoftheangels.com.

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Rabbi Yehoshua Ben Yosef November 23, 2012 at 03:36 AM
K'ruvim (Cherubs) have four wings and the faces of a man, lion, ox and an eagle.
Robyne Arrow November 23, 2012 at 04:00 AM
Hi Rabbi, thanks for your response.. yes its true Cherubs have four wings... this i recently learned due to my curiosity regarding this photo. If you look at the photo this Cherub does have four wings. As far as faces of a man, etc... cherubs are often referenced as a baby. If you have reference material I would love, love, love to learn more!!!
Rabbi Yehoshua Ben Yosef November 25, 2012 at 04:10 AM
Robyne, Show me one scriptural source, Jewish, Christian or Muslim that describes K'ruvim (Cherubs) as having a baby's face.
Rabbi Yehoshua Ben Yosef November 25, 2012 at 04:25 AM
Robyne, There are ten ranks of angels: Chayot Hakodesh, Ophanim, Erelim, Chashmalim, Seraphim, Malachim, Elohim, Bene Elohim, K'ruvim, and Ishim. These ranks refer to the degree of the angel's comprehension of G‑d; some have a greater understanding of G‑d and His ways than others. There is some debate as to which is the most powerful of all the angels. Some say Michael is the most powerful while others favor Metatron (an odd sounding name to say the least) which comes from the Hebrew verb that means "to guard, to protect".
Robyne Arrow November 25, 2012 at 06:10 AM
With all due respect Rabbi I never said the, "Angel Experience" healing art journal was based upon a Christian or any other religious doctrine. Had the photos that night on 11-11-2011 had a lions head or any other animal type figure I honestly would not have been drawn to create a healing art journal. The messages from that night entail more than just an angel or a cherub or a putti or venus or hallmark or cupid... that we as society have come to love. There are a series of 66 photos that go into vibrant detail the importance of finding stillness in the midst of chaos, self knowing, self expression to overcome doubt and fear and other steps towards finding universal truth within. I am not here to debate your beliefs, what is written or not written in any specific doctrine. I respect and appreciate your belief and it is with a simple amount of faith you will have the same respect towards mine. Thank you for sharing your insight. Robyne

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