Here's a great quote from the age of the Polymaths.
" All of nature in its awful vastness and incomprehensible complexity is in the end interrelated - worlds within worlds within worlds: the seen and the unseen - the physical and the immaterial are all connected - each exerting influence on the next - bound, as it were, by chains of analogy - magnetic chains. Every decision, every action mirrors, ripples, reflects and echoes throughout the whole of creation. The world is indeed bound with secret knots." - Valentine Worth, from Athanasius Kircher's 's' Magneticum Naturae Regnum
Some of my interests include the Victorian era naturalists scientists and explorers such as Richard Owen, Nikola Tesla and Percy Fawcett also subjects such as Cryptozoology, Tesla inventions, and Victorian Era Natural History. I'm also a Biblical Unitarian and a artist