Leaving a Mark exposes readers to the multiple dimensions of body art- ranging from a vehicle for social activism to medicinal practices. I also relate exotic topics like transhumanism and sacred geometry to the craft (tattooing, piercing, body modifications). I wouldn’t call myself an expert on this stuff, but I’ve been intimately studying such content for almost a decade. I’m 30 now. So come along for this study of interrelationships. Use this series of books as a compass to guide you through the abstract terrains of human enhancement and conciousness. The recipe that comprises this book’s content attracts all, young and old. Leaving a Mark is like playing connect-the-dots on both a micro- and macrocosmic scale. Our planet’s most influential minds agree the best way to protest something is becoming the personification of that very change. What better way to do that than through the culture of body art?