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

- Jake Kotze

December 8, 2012

Fox/Foxx, Coyote Trickster Sync? Part1

The Fox as the trickster?
I've noticed 3 actors with the name Fox, or Foxx, who may be resonating the trickster through their movie roles.
Foxx cruising around LA with Tom;-)
What brought this to my attention was a scene out of the movie Collateral where a coyote (or two coyotes) crosses the path of
Jamie Foxx as he is driving his cab through LA. 
(see the 1:36 mark in the above You Tube)
Coyote from Collateral
look at the 50 sec mark of the above You Tube.
Is that a blue neon cross?
I just watched this movie the other day, but missed the cross.
This brings another layer to this post for me.
The Grey/The Grays and the Triad
See the 14 second mark of the above You Tube for the blue cross.
It's strange that both films The Grey and Collateral feature pack animals as well as neon blue crosses.
Interestingly, on top of Foxx's cab is a Bacardi bat.
The bat is a symbol of rebirth.
Bats also sleep upside down (The hanged Man?)
The bat is the only mammal truly capable of flight.
Bats have a thin skin membrane stretched from their front legs to their back legs.
Bacardi Limited is headquartered in Hamilton, Bermuda, which links back to my Hamilton syncs in The Grey post I did - 
My Syncs with Other Bloggers 
Also next to the Bacardi bat is the word silver, often linked to Mercury, the winged messenger.
Mercury the winged messenger - Quicksilver.
This all happens in a few frames from the blue cross at the 1:11 mark of the You Tube that I told you about the blue cross appearing at the 50 second mark.
"Bat inspires us to start from scratch when the need to begin a new life is realized, to shed and release all that limits, binds or holds us back so that we may walk into the future as new beings free of fear, anger and constraint.
In order to open new doors, it must be understood that old ones must be allowed to close.
We must be prepared to surrender those aspects of our life that no longer serve us. 
We must surrender our 'familiar self' and allow it to die a metaphoric death so that we may rebirth and breathe life into our true self and the life we were meant to live."
from Animal Dreaming by Scott Alexander King.
The Bacardi bat is now gone. Foxx is unchained?
X marks the Foxx?
To be continued in Part 2

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