Raymond Salvatore Harmon - YHVH (2005)

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YHVHYHVH is a tool for transcendental expansion. Non-denominational, non
specific (other than in name) to any religion, and free from figurative
icons.

Because the nature of the abstract imagery used in YHVH
tends toward an interpretive logic, much like a Rorschach's Test, the
imagery becomes personally interpretive. The mind attempts to force
some logic on the shifting lights and darks and thus gives us access to
the architecture of the subconscious. It is a window into the abstract.

This
version of YHVH is Binah, the soundtrack was created by Rob Mazurek.
There are 10 versions, each with its own soundtrack created by a
different composer.

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