Lightning Temple

25 12 2008

Peter Sistrom created this illustration based on descriptions of performances in our meetings, tweaked by our engineers and designers as we work toward building the temple this winter.  Thank you all for your gifts and kind support as we prepare for a mindblowing 2009 Lightning Temple tour for you to share with those you love most.

Lightning Temple is an experience designed to be shared and we will be encouraging you every step of the way to join us and participate by sharing your talents with us and everywhere, at arts festivals and museums and city centers around the US in 2009, and worldwide in 2010.  We have many interesting ideas to explore with you on alternative energy resourcing, distribution and management and our performers will be showing you new advances in technology that may completely change the way you look at the world. No matter what experience you come to the temple with, we welcome you and wish you nothing but a light road on the life journey.


3D Interactivation Preview

13 12 2008

This 3D Sketchup preview of the interactivation station at the center of the temple shows a bit of the sacred geometries embedded throughout the design of the Lightning Temple.  Stations provide direct tuning and sound healing experiences based on solfeggio frequencies.

You can see the frame where the 22′ stages will sit above tesla coils nested inside the Metatron, a double tetrahedra.  The stages will host lightning and fire performances and serve as points for aerial silk tissu and lyra.  Shows will be most spectacular at night and guests will be invited during daylight hours to play within the structure, hosting meditation and healing workshops.


13 12 2008

This site will include our blog and progress reports along with tour photos, videos and information.  Follow this blog and our Facebook fan page if you are wondering when you’ll be able to see the Lightning Temple live!  For now, you may want to dig into our insider wiki for more information while we compile the highlights here for you or follow our latest posts by tagging #lightningtemple. From the more than 60 artists currently working on Lighting Temple this winter, thank you for visiting and come back soon to experience the fullness.