Raffaella Corcione Sandoval was born in Caracas, Venezuela. She is a painter, sculptress, stylist and writer who currently lives and works in Rome. She attended three years of specialization at the Theological Faculty of the Jesuits in Naples 85/7, she traveled for 30 years in India deepening the Buddhist and Hindu philosophical thought. She has received many awards and has been published in many publications. She is Artist known nationally and internationally. She established herself on the Italian contemporary art scene in 2005 with the creation of the sculpture "Sindone Partenopea" (inspired by the Veiled Christ by the sculptor Sammartino) made of crystallized fabric, a technique she invented, exhibited during the great exhibition IL Velo, at the Filatoio di Caraglio 2006/7 with the greatest names in art of all time. Her works are part of private collections all over the world.
Theodore J. Nottingham is an author and translator of spiritual works who works in a variety of genres, including historical and metaphysical fiction, children's books, and non-fiction works on spirituality. He is also a video producer and has also been involved in the study of spiritual development for over forty years.