Synchromysticism

" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

March 16, 2017

Under the Milky Way in Oz

The Milky Way is very clear when seen over Uluru at Yulara in Central Australia
I just saw this breathtaking article over at the ABC news website -
Stargazing Live: Australians share their view of the sky
If those pictures don't fill you with awe and make your spine tingle when you see them then maybe it's time you hopped in the grave and got someone to tuck you in, because you are dead already if that's the case.
The Milky Way forms a rainbow over the lighthouse at Fingal Head, in New South Wales
Dog Gone It! Murray Ball Has Passed Away One Day Off From a Full Moon
Moon over Evans Head in NSW (Chris Hosie)


This sculpture pictured below at Pambula, near Millingandi, in New South Wales, was stolen in 2011 and found again 80km away. 
It's now back where it belongs and I had the pleasure of seeing this sculpture in the daylight last year on my road-trip to Tasmania and back, but I wish I had of seen it under a night sky like this.
Sculpture by night (ABC Open contributor Peter Whiter)
Panboola: Not Just for the Birds
My photo of the sculpture on my visit to Pambula in 2016
I also saw this news story the other day, which seemed rather bizarre for a mainstream news website - 
Harvard astronomers theorise about possible alien origin of fast radio bursts
"HARVARD researchers have proposed a theory about the possibility of mysterious celestial phenomena known as fast radio bursts (FRB) being caused by alien space travel or advanced alien technology.
“Specifically, these bursts might be leakage from planet-sized transmitters powering interstellar probes in distant galaxies,” suggested astronomers from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.
Theoretical physicist Avi Loeb who works at the centre believes because science has so far failed to identify a natural source of FRBs, “an artificial origin is worth contemplating and checking.”
Powerful fast radio bursts are one of astronomy’s most enigmatic phenomena and have intrigued scientists for years.
They are pulses of radio energy that originate from an unknown cosmic address and last just milliseconds before seemingly disappearing forever. They can emit as much energy in a millisecond as the sun does in 10,000 years.
Since first discovering the phenomena in 2007, fewer than two dozen have been recorded. Their existence has been attributed to all sorts of conspiracies and theories including alien broadcasting, stars collapsing into black holes and the explosion of a super-luminous supernovas.
Now, Professor Loeb, along with fellow Harvard scientist Manasvi Lingam, have theorised about the possibility they could be the result of a massive power plant system used by an alien species for cosmic travel.
The theory, as crazy as it sounds, explores how an immensely powerful solar radio transmitter could use photonic propulsion to power ships across the galaxy.
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FBRs are detected by gigantic radio telescopes like the Parkes Observatory in Australia.Source:The Australian
Something to think about too when I hear 'Under the Milky Way' being played on my car radio next.
I also saw this news story about crop circles from the same news website that ran the story about radio bursts -
They’re real and contain hidden messages, scientist says
"IT all started with a UFO sighting.
Dr Horace Drew, 61, was just 10 years old when he allegedly saw an unidentified, silver, windowless craft hovering in the sky near his suburban home, in Jacksonville, Florida. The encounter lasted only moments but led to a lifelong fascination with the extraterrestrial.
“I saw a UFO, so I knew they were real from an early age,” Dr Drew told news.com.au.
The scientist, who holds a PhD in Chemistry from Caltech, the California Institute of Technology, and worked for CSIRO as a molecular biologist, has been researching crop circles and aliens for 20 years. Dr Drew relocated to Australia in the 1980s but most of his work has taken him overseas, predominantly to Europe.
“They’re quite rare in Australia,” he said.
He, along with many conspiracy theorists, believe crop circles are the work of aliens or human time travellers. Sceptics say most are probably man-made.
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Aliens In the Backyard


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