Mission Statement; World of imagination. To be the Website of choice for people who want to explore their Imagination, both real and virtual, and to provide information to assist them in doing so.
Imagination, also called the faculty of imagining, is the ability to form new images and sensations, in your brain, that are not perceived through sight, hearing, or other senses. (Wikipedia’s Def).
To me getting into your real world of imagination is about, mythology, Gods and strange beings, slaying the dragon and rescuing the princess.
Sitting back on a hay stack on a warm summers day with your eyes closed: imagining that you're on a pirate ship heading for the Caribbean.
Sitting outside on your front step at night gazing at the stars while your mind runs wild with aliens, spaceships, and other worlds with civilizations like ours or otherwise.
Then there is the theorized physics world with, time travel, black holes, molecules, atoms and quarks and other smaller particles. Are there hidden universes involved here? For now only in our worlds of imagination.
Remembering that everything that Einstein theorized came from his knowledge and mostly from his imagination. To quote Einstein He said “Albert Einstein said, "Imagination ... is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world."
But in reality, without knowledge, your world of imagination cannot be developed.
As kids storytelling greatly aided in expanding our imagination. Remember the bed time stories which were always about happy endings to get us asleep. My parents and older family members told us stories of paupers finding the riches and treasures and in the end marrying the handsome prince or princess.
Or sitting around the campfire at night where in the shadows every sound and image becomes a bear, ghost, werewolf, dragon, or some sort monster that we’ve never heard of. Such as the Mad Trapper or Rigging Ape.
Then it’s off to bed in our tents with our eyes closed for the night, and our thoughts running wild, every sound is amplified in our imaginations and more terrifying than the campfire story