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

- Jake Kotze

August 29, 2013

Adam and Eve

I've been seeing a lot of the Adam and Eve story symbolism around lately, and it just struck me how deeply ingrained this story is in world culture. 
I personally think it is just a myth, but like all myths there is usually treasure buried in the depths of a muddy surface layer.
Having said that though, I don't buy the evolution story either.
Evolution no doubt happens in nature, but not to the degree the eggheads want you to buy into, I think.
And don't ask me how things got started, because I don't know, but just because there is two official camps in society giving their theory on how life started, doesn't mean either of them are right.
There has to be way more possibilities than just two.
It struck me the other day when my son's friend had bought some  
"5 Seeds" apple cider over and asked if I would like one.
I noticed the serpent on the label looking to what looks like a bare breasted woman in the top of the 5.
Also, under the cap (and on the apple on the label) there is an image of five apple seeds in a star arrangement as you would find if you cut an apple horizontally (Horus?)  across the center.

And watching the above video on the sexual symbolism in Churches and Masonic designed parks, gardens and buildings, there is no denying what is right in plain sight as we go about our daily lives in the big city and how much sex is designed into it all.
It's amazing what is right in front of you when you take a good look around.
Personally, it's no big deal to me, as sex is the way the world operates to produce life and as long as it's presented tactfully, I don't have a problem with it.
Unlike this performance above which is obviously aimed at shocking a general TV audience, as it's nothing but a cheap pole dancing routine. 
But I guess it gives the moralists somewhere to divert their attention to besides an illegal war which is about to start right in front of their faces.

1 comment:

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Interesting sequence! I have always wondered about Apple's logo!