Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

February 6, 2013

Aliens In the Backyard

http://store.crossroadpress.com/
 My friends Rob and Trish MacGregor have just released their new book Aliens In The Backyard
 In their own words -
"Aliens in the Backyard is our third book on synchronicity, following The 7 Secrets of Synchronicity 
 and Synchronicity and the Other Side
 We haven’t  seen any books that take a close look at the abundance of meaningful coincidences that often occur in the aftermath of UFO encounters or abductions. 
For Charles Fontaine, one of the four experiencers whom we focus on, such synchronicities were startling, mind-blowing. 
They also led him to us.
Beyond synchronicity, we uncovered a specific type of psychic ability that many abductees and experiencers developed in the aftermath of their encounters."
 I think it was a bit of a synchronicity that the day they launch their book Reg Presley, the lead singer of The Troggs, who wrote a similar book, passed away.
I wrote a post on him yesterday, and bought a copy from Amazon second hand.
Troggs Lead Singer Reg Presley Dies
I can't wait to read it.
 I've had quite a few synchros with Rob and Trish, which I have documented on this blog and theirs, as well.
Here's one involving Trish on one of my particularly synchy days -
Not quite the right spelling, but close enough I think.
Magical Mystery Tour Credit Sync Update
 You can read more about Rob and Trish's book here -
The Aliens Are Back…
 or listen to Rob and Trish on the Coast to Coast  radio show pod-cast here -
Alien Abductions & Synchronicities 
I've read their first two books in the series and and found them interesting, especially the second book that has two of my own stories in it.
Maybe that could have something to do it?-)
Trish sent me a copy of the third, but I haven't yet read it...but I hope to get into it soon.
I've never had an Alien encounter... that I know of anyway, but I remember always being mesmerized as a kid by the movie 
 Chariots of the Gods
It would give me goose bumps just watching it, but not in a scary way.
No movie has ever given me the feeling that this movie has, and does.
I even bought a copy of the soundtrack as a kid and would play it all the time.
I even bought a copy on CD again a few years ago and a copy of the DVD.
 I've got to say though that the subject of aliens doesn't really appeal to me as much as the studies of after death experiences.
Probably because that's where we are all heading, so it's nice to try and find out a bit about it before it's time to go.
Whereas I may never see an alien in this lifetime
...touch wood ;-)
If I had a take on the alien phenomena it would probably best be summed up by the following  cartoons and drawings -
http://ashtreevintage.blogspot.com.au/2012/09/the-owls-are-not-what-they-seem.html

Twin Peaks Inspired Art At Oh, You Are Sick Exhibition

Scene from the TV show Twin Peaks.

 

1 comment:

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Thanks, Daz! I was laughing out loud at some of the pics. I especially like the alien cartoons!