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2016-06-30

For many modern artists, images in the mind and the dream bear little connection to the real world, and these mental images are held to be our real life after all. Salvador Dali allowed his image of Jesus to become mystical and weightless, a concept still of great value in the modern spiritualist movement.

--Stephen Cook

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