Wide Garcia earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business from California State in Northridge in 1959 and ended an eleven-year career as a auditor, computer programmer, system analyst, and manager of several computer operations. After designing a computerized budget system for Washington State Government as Director of Information Systems, he soon felt a higher calling to end his career in 1972 and pursue a path of humanitarian projects that could eventually improve the condition of our planet worldwide.
Wide began writing and doing art to express better ways to share Earth equally with all beings and eventually form a nation of individual who are borrowing and not owning Earth and all its possessions and finally solving the global problems of wars, slavery, starvation. sexual abuse, to name a few. His book, “Aquarian Age Consciousness,” is an art book with a story about Earth II, an imagined world resulting from a planetary rise in individual consciousness. He is one of many now needed to spread the aloha spirit worldwide. He sees this as one of our fasted tools available for healing our world and sharing in peace and equality.