Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

December 26, 2011

Animal Dreaming at 40

The Abundance card from my Animal Dreaming Oracle Cards
The painted telephone pole outside my house which is at number 40!?
 I was flipping through my Animal Dreaming Oracle Cards, which I have never really had a thorough look at, and was amazed when I realized that the Grey Kangaroo that I wrote about in Scott's  
Animal Dreaming book herein the post linked below,
Animal Dreaming (Grey Kangaroo)  
was card number 40!?!
My front door with the 40 on the panel.
And isn't that a Nine Kinds of Naked type Golden Spiral in the top right hand corner of the card?
Plus the painting on the pole was done by someone named Kelly.
The Greatest Show on Earth...Now Showing 
Life is stranger than fiction.
For me anyway.
My Animal Dreaming Oracle Cards

6 comments:

Mike Perry said...

Stranger than fiction - no doubt about that. And great synchros to confirm this!

Mike Perry said...

The verification word for last comment was megazyg. Mega = big and zyg(osis) = conjucation or joining yoke.

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

No fiction writer could come up with this stuff- and make it believable. You do a good job of making it all believable!

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

I'll have to take photos of the other telephone poles in the street.Each one has a different animal or tree on them.For instance the next one along is an owl.
It's a great idea the council came up with letting budding artists display their talents for the public to look at.

Star said...

Love those cards. Are they some kind of tarot cards? Also love the idea of animal dreaming. I hope you had a good Christmas Darren and wish you and your family a very happy New Year.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

Merry Xmas and a happy new year to you and your family too,Star.
I love the idea of animal dreaming as well.These are great cards,but they are not a tarot cards.Scott calls them oracle cards.They seem to be similar,but I haven't tried out the spread instructions in the book yet.I just like looking at the art work.I bought these on my last trip to Byron Bay at Scott's Animal Dreaming shop.
I met him at the Byron Bay Writer's Festival in August and bought his "Animal Dreaming" book,which I love also.
I think you can buy them at Amazon UK and Amazon USA if you want a pack,or you can buy them on line from Scott's shop's website.

http://www.animaldreaming.com/

or the cards publisher;

http://www.blueangelonline.com/animal_cards.htm

Cheers.