Judith Diana Winston
About The Author
Judith Diana Winston is a visionary photo-artist and writer.. Originally from the Midwest, she moved to San Francisco where she worked in the film industry and as a fashion photographer. She also authored ,, “Meditative Magic–The Pleiadean Glyphs,” an inspired collection of consciousness-altering symbols. Long ago, she began a love affair with yoga and its philosophy – a passion that continues to this day.
Diana moved from San Francisco to Los Angeles, thinking to expand her career as a fashion photographer. However, life had other plans for her. Through a series of unexpected events she soon found herself in Egypt, studying with a well-known author, teacher, and trance medium. A year and a half later she returned to Egypt as his staff photographer.
Following that fateful second journey a story began tugging on her sleeve – a story begging to be told. In fact, the heart of what was to become “The Keeper of the Diary” came roaring through her in four flurry-filled days of typing while staying at a friend’s bed and breakfast in the High Sierras.
Diana became obsessed with understanding mankind’s origin and destiny. She spent almost ten years visiting, photographing and learning about many of the earth’s ancient megalithic (“great stone”) sacred sites, like Stonehenge, The Great Pyramids, etc. – as well as swimming with wild Dolphins. Her journeys ranged from South America, England, Scotland, Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, Easter Island, and the American Southwest. As she traveled, she was also drawn to research archeological texts as well as the mythology and channeled material related to these places. It was out of these various and divergent experiences, that Cassie, the protagonist of “The Keeper of The Diary,” was born.
Diana considers herself a Mystic and believes that the entire planet is going through a great shift. “I see all of my creations as basically spiritual in nature. My purpose is to move us forwward in our consccious evolution. We are living in a time demanding that we grow in our ability to perceive ourselves, and the world, in new ways. Our current circumstances are forcing us to face our deepest fears and offering opportunities to realize our personal and collective dreams!”