Akiane Kramarik: Artist and Poet

Akiane's Search For Truth painting

Akiane's Search for Truth


My painting “Search for Truth”, that I created when I was 12 years old, clarifies my discoveries.

“Search for Truth” is a painting about humanity’s search for the origin, destiny, and meaning of life. It is a story of how we look for the truth and how we treat others as they also try to discover it.

With so many scientific achievements, we know so little of where we came from and where we are going. But we know even less of the most important discovery of all – Love. Only love can accept our differences as we journey through life. And only love can allow space for our growth.

The astronaut here represents many of us searching for truth in a controlling way. Although we are still searching, we are convinced that we have already discovered the truth and that everyone should believe it only our way. And believe it at any cost.

Just like this man, we stand on a strange little planet trying to possess it. Like a giant, we trample on the flowers reaching for light that represent meek and gentle souls ruled by the ignorant, the cunning, the powerful, the prideful, or the aggressive. Sadly, most of the tiny planet is already trampled.

Through his stiff and cumbersome spacesuit, the astronaut is not able to touch and smell the blossoms and is able to view them only through his shatterproof mask. He presumes the air here is toxic and void of life, so he fears to remove his suit and get contaminated. Yet despite his great knowledge, he has not figured out that if flowers bloom, then he too would be able to breathe safely.

Even though he dwarfs the planet of flowers, he himself gets dwarfed by a grand space of galaxies and mysteries, which I portrayed through many reality designs including two sets of DNA where divine and human lives interact continuously.

I believe everyone should have an opportunity to search for truth their own way. Humility, peace, childlike enthusiasm, acceptance, and sincerity is the true infinity engine!



I have had the honor of meeting hundreds of scholars from all over the world. The cumulative years of all their studies would mount up to some twenty five thousand years.

The odd fact is that they still disagree about the origin and the future of humanity, they still debate and debunk each other’s speculations, they still accuse each other of insufficient or inaccurate findings, they still insult each other with belittling and prideful commentaries and conclusions.

I choose not to be involved in such debates and arguments, especially if they are profit or control orientated. So much of scholarly work is done based only on prejudice and self-interests.

Conclusions and firm convictions hurt us if they are based on control—breading untold tragedies.

I have read and studied Bible as well as different ancient writings. However, I discovered that I needed to develop my own understanding about the truths. My way of understanding the reality became very private to me, because it’s always changing, expanding and evolving. I could share my views today, but tomorrow it might be all different.

Change is the only thing that is permanent—everything else is temporary. The facts can be distorted and diluted as they pass through the perspectives and disseminations of millions of people; we need to find our own discoveries without pride and arrogance and share them with consideration.

I don’t have twenty five thousand years to study like my fellow intellectuals, and even if I did, I still would not know the final truth. So I prefer to chronicle and interpret the transformation of our beliefs and perceptions through art and poetry.

I do not wish to join or form any organized religious or philosophical institutions. I choose to be free, and only when I’m free can I enjoy my life’s spiritual journey…

All of us in our family have different interpretations of spirituality pursuing our own path to truth and that keeps us closer together and teaches us to be more accepting of other cultures and beliefs.

Jesus shared with us: “I am the way, the truth and the light. No one comes to my Father, but through me.” I feel that he invited us to participate in the divinity. Each of us is one of a kind, an original path to the way of truth and light, and without our individual love and effort we cannot understand and reach God. “Through me” is my own co-creation with the Creator of the universes. Father is something understandable in the patriarchal society as a symbol of miracles, power, greatness and love.

I am aware of huge arguments over this statement alone; misinterpretation of just this particular phrase has caused countless wars, segregations, divorces and conflicts. Both fear and oppression create artificial truths.

Akiane's water angel painting

Akiane's Water Angel

A water angel hums and dances pouring her true essence to everyone around her and creating a ripple vibration of creation and time. She is the most pristine form of love: wild, untamed, and mysterious.

She is a feminine mystery that forever attracts and allures life around her—the goddess of the greatest force on earth.

The water angel is almost always in motion using the elements of time and energy manifesting oceans, lakes, streams, rivers, waterfalls, geysers and icebergs. She is a magical goddess transforming into a raindrop, a crystal, a snowflake, a dew drop, a teardrop or a rainbow.

She determines the mood of life around her by sensing and absorbing emotions at any distance: remaining tranquil like a lake and fog or wild and unpredictable like a raging flood and a mantle of a volcano.

Able to dissolve, dilute, transport and react with every element essential for life her sacredness is encoded into the liquid cells of all life becoming a part of all consciousness ever present at birth and death.

She is the healer, the purity of existence effortlessly removing waste and illusion. She is changing and sustaining, sublime and indestructible both in enslavement and in freedom.

The water angel is the passage of time and change who holds everyone’s memories. She is the survival and the oasis for all life, a holy fountain of youth ~ the secret to immortality.

photo of Akiane

Akiane Kramarik

And here are some Akiane words of wisdom from her blog that we all should consider…

All actions are recorded. Those who know beyond the shadow of the doubt, that someone is watching them all the time (God, angels, departed family members or you yourself) desire each day to be full of meaning, and positive energy.

All matter is a precise recording system, permanently recording our actions to the smallest details. Fortunately and for some unfortunately, it is un-erasable.

Think of it as a Museum of Memories, where purpose of life is to create the most selfless and beautiful actions and reactions. What kind of exhibition would you like to display: images of vanity and filth that will eventually be your biggest regret or your love and light – the biggest spiritual and mental achievements?

Wouldn’t you rather have the displays of wisdom, philosophy and devotion instead of your own live cosmic humiliation video that no one can ever erase no matter what the galactic bribe.

Each of us must watch where we participate, because the most brutal judge is actually you yourself being horribly and continually disappointed at your own dishonorable failures.

I remember when I was about six years of age, my spiritual self was being able to follow my parents to far away trips and report 100 percent accurately everything they said and did. I was seeing them, but they could not see me. They were convinced of my spiritual evidence that there are always other worlds that persistently supervise and record everything here on earth.

What kind of Memory Museum would you want to create for eternity?

How would you want to be remembered by your own parents, children, grandchildren, or friends who will always have an immediate access to your own cosmic memory files that never get deleted?

Where would you like your life to be displayed—
in the Halls of Shame or in the Halls of Fame?

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