These videos are a reflection of KA Chinery's evolving mind and ascending spirit, made over the course over many years.
It is interesting to see the evolution of Chinery's mind and creative abilities, a microcosmic example of the macrocosmic flow and evolution of the universe's expansion.
Apr 27, 2019
"The Message of the Trees" was the first video I made almost 10 years ago. This is the long overdue remastered version. Trees have always captivated me with their age old strength and beauty. When I was a child, I saw my amazing grandmother in this same light. I have always seen beautiful similarities in the life cycle of a tree and a loving grandmother. This video is my tribute to both.
The universe is speaking.......listen.
Song Credit: Eri Sugai "Spirit of the Forest".
Apr 8, 2017
Last summer I fostered butterflies from their egg stage. My hope was to understand the allegorical meaning of their metamorphosis by witnessing the entire process. What I got in the end was a lesson far greater than I expected. Life is a mirror of our most inner states of being. Sometimes the reflection is our darkness and other times it's our cultivated virtues that inspire the world to go on.
Song Credit: Ice Dance (From "Edward Scissorhands") The London Film Orchestra
Jul 21, 2018
You have come to this place in your awareness to realize and understand the purpose of existence—the infinite potential, which perpetuates the Universe’s expansion.
Music compilation credits: “Une Nuit En Hilvern” by Artesia “Launch Approval” by Vangelis
Jan 26, 2017
While the Drake equation seems plausible to understand life beyond Earth, it can also reflect the mind’s potential to expand beyond static perception, comprehending God, aka higher intelligence (your infinite potential).
Music compilation credits: Music Credit: Abiogenesis by Carbon Based Lifeforms
Fe. 11, 2018
This video was inspired by a man I had met when I was around the age of thirteen. He had a reputation of being crazy.
Song Credit: Joshua James "Oh come oh come Emmanuel"
Image Credits: Google Images
Photo and video Credits: Lyn Rillon Pedro Ribeiro Simões Paul Chinn, The Chronicle Reuters/Ajay Verma Otis R. Taylor Jr. University of Texas JESUS Directed by: Peter Sykes, John Kirsh Starring: Brian Deacon