Title: Tribal Health and Advice Picture Caves Portraits Painted Before 7 000 to 40 000 years
Artist: Dieter Liedtke
Innovation: Explaining that the caves with prepared images animated
by fire were used to transfer the power of the painted gods (animals,
humans) to the sick or the participating members of the tribe using shamanic innovations (or divine inspirations). In their role as mediators between gods and tribal members, the shamans transformed divine innovative power into healing powers, insight, revelation and beliefs in secretly held creativity, insight and light rituals.Rituals should also be used to transmit the leaders’ goals and awareness and sense of belonging to the participants in individual or limited community rituals, or to transmit them as God’s will through information, media and tribal rituals and symbols.
Innovation use: Health and population influence (placebo and nocebo) by creating fears and by delineating religions, ethnicities, races and social groups, witnessed by the shamans and leaders to control the group or population.
Innovation ritual: Secretly held adoption of creativity, intuition, insight and promotion of faith to strengthen health and the immune system as well as to guide the population through belief in punishing or helping rules of the gods in this world and the hereafter.
Innovation Technique: Digital print as a size-unique/original artwork with Dieter Liedtke’s DNA in the red colour.
Innovation of the series: Disclosure of health, motivational and group or political social rituals. The effect of the recovery rituals can be optimised optimally through first experiences with creativity and affection previously unknown to the sick person (see research results on neurobiology, epigenetics, mirror neurons, nocebo and placebo and the ancient rituals up to the emergence of religions and today’s voodoo) or for group guidance through numerous repetitions by information mediators (see religions and media).
Series name: Art and Healing II
Years working on the series from: 1963
Year of work: 2015
Material: Ink, canvas on stretcher frame
Dimensions: 140 cm x 180 cm
Original-Work N°: 10/1
Art historical value expertise: Artinvest
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