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

- Jake Kotze

March 26, 2014


Joey King from Oz: The Great and Powerful
I was discussing my Heath Leger/Joker/Oz/Joey King syncs in a closed Facebook group 

(The Kitchen Sink/Sync) half an hour before a fatal plane crash in Keith Urban's 
(Nicole Kidman's husband) 
hometown of Caboolture.
See my last post -
Black Swans and Synchronicity?
"Caboolture is an urban centre approximately 44 kilometres (27 mi) north of Brisbane, the state capital of Queensland, Australia. 
Caboolture is considered to be the northernmost urban area of the greater Brisbane metropolitan region within South East Queensland, and it marks the end of the Brisbane suburban commuter railway service along the North Coast railway line
As at 30 June 2010, Caboolture had an estimated population of 46,882. 
It hosts an annual country music festival and a ute muster each year, 
called the Urban Country Music Festival"
Caboolture, Queensland
Keith Urban with partner Nicole Kidman
The next day I see that there was a Joey King killed in the Cabooture air tragedy.

Joey King and his partner
Life is way stranger than fiction.
People who don't think so ... well they're just not paying attention.
My condolences to friends and family of all the people killed in all the recent plane tragedies and to Mick Jagger on the sad loss of his partner.

UPDATE: 29th March, 2014
I saw there was a fundraiser held last night to raise money for
Joey King's kids.
Oddly enough,  it was held in the venue that I had my wedding reception in 25 years ago, although it's been through some renovations since then.


  1. Wow, very strange. And yes, fiction can't begin to match the weirdness of real life!

  2. Life is certainly strange.

    Off subject, but last night Karin had gone to bed and I was clicking through the satellite channels on the television. And I came across Byron Bay with the lighthouse you have mentioned. I can see why you think it's a special place. There were dolphins and a whale seen in the sea, looks wonderful!

  3. It's a wonderful place for spotting dolphins and whales Mike.The irony is that Byron Bay used to be a whaling industry town in the '50's,but is now a hippie/new age/surfer/dolphin loving town.Imagine Glastonbury on the beach and that might give you an idea.

  4. I noticed what seemed to be many expensive properties overlooking the sea so not all hippie new agers!