The Reader (2011), digital artwork by Rob Beschizza for BoingBoing and
Jeffrey J. Kripal, "Psi-Fi: Popular Culture and the Paranormal."
Listen to the Amniotic Cosmos - Once Upon a Time again (1991), by Lynn Randolph.
Diptych, left panel, 36″ × 28″.
El mano poderoso (1990), by Lynn Randolph, 58″ × 46″.
Giant stone statue portraying the Egyptian pharaoh Ramses II (c. thirteenth
century BCE) as Osiris (the god of the afterlife). Abu Simbel temple, Egypt.
Photographed by Andrew Holt. © Andrew Holt/Getty Images.
A Difficult Passage of the Talmud , by Isaac Snowman. © Bettmann/Corbis.
Adoration of the Magi (1423), by Gentile da Vabriano. Galleria dei Uffizi, Florence,
Italy. © Corbis.
The Masjid al-Haram or "Sacred Mosque" surrounding the Kaba in Mecca,
Saudi Arabia. © Nabeel Turner/Getty Images.
Hindu pantheon (c. 1985–1997). Sri Murugan Temple near Hampi, India.
© Bennett Dean/Eye Ubiquitous/Corbis.
Guru Nanak , by Amarjit Singh. © INTERFOTO/Amarjit Singh/Mary Evans.
Eagle Pneuma (2003), by Lynn Randolph, 36″ × 48″.
Portrait of Giovanni Pico Della Mirandola (seventeenth century), anonymous.
Galleria degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy. Photographed by Stefano Bianchetti.
© Stefano Bianchetti/Corbis.
Luther and the Heroes of the Reformation (1874), hand-colored lithograph
by H. Schile. © Corbis.
Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen (1789), French painting. © The Gallery Collection/Corbis.
Emerson's experience of himself as an egoless "transparent eyeball" (1837–1839),
humorous drawing by Christopher Pearse Cranch.
The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album cover (1967).
Pictorial Press Ltd/Alamy.
The Shepherdess (1989), by Lynn Randolph, 46″ × 58″.
Plato's Cave (2007), by Ken Stout. Oil on panel, 12″ × 16″.
Zal Consults the Magi (sixteenth century), attributed to Sultan Muhammad.
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Arthur A. Houghton Jr., 1970, Acc.n.1970.301.8.
Image © 2013 The Metropolitan Museum of Art/
Art Resource/Scala, Florence.
Mobiüs strip. Computer artwork, Laguna De