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

- Jake Kotze

July 29, 2014

Stay Myrtle ... and Carry On

My Lemon Myrtle Soap
I just finished reading a book called The Voice of Intuition  by
Emily Chantiri.
Emily Chantiri
I bought a copy after listening to an audio interview on 
Barry Eaton's RadioOutThere with Emily ...
which you can listen to by clicking on this link -
The book is about a vivid dream Emily had one night where Emily dreamed she was in church and the priest showed her a passage in a book that said, "Stay Myrtle...".
Which I thought was a sign for me to buy her book and read what Emily had to say about intuition, since I had just bought a lot of lemon myrtle products from my place of work to use around the home.
I largely agree on what Emily has to say about intuition and dream messages, but at the same time, while I did find her story interesting, I'm not into pursuing gurus like Meher Baba 
That's why dreams are sent on an individual basis, because they are meant for the individual dreaming them and not for a whole group of people to pursue also.
Emily's insights in her book and interview are worth listening to, but I'll stick to my myrtle lip balm and soap over a trip to Myrtle Beach ... unless I dream otherwise, that is. 

July 27, 2014

Koala Signs?

I was eating some Oz Animals biscuits while doing some internet surfing a few days ago and I bumped my computer desk dislodging one of the many magnets I have around the metal frame of the computer desk above my computer monitor.
The magnet was one I hadn't payed too much attention to recently, and almost had forgotten it was there.
The magnet was a picture of a koala which I had bought years ago as it reminded me of a Rabi koala with some great spiritual wisdom to share.
Looking at it reminded me of some posts I wrote about koalas looking like Buddhas -
Koala Dreamtime
BUDDA-BAH ... or Buddha Bear
Look At All The Happy Creatures: Looking Out My Backdoor 
I probably wouldn't have thought much more about it until I saw the biscuit I was eating at that moment was also in the shape of a koala.
There is also wombats, kangaroos, crocodiles, as well as koalas, so I thought it was a bit of a "coincidence" that I was eating a koala biscuit the same time my koala magnet would fall off the desk frame.
I looked up at the picture on my calendar for the month of July and there was a koala in the pose of the biscuit I was eating?!
I haven't eaten these biscuits before ... and probably won't again, to tell the truth.
I just bought and brought a packet home with me from work to taste what they were like.
They were OK, but not something I would really want to eat again soon.
The Oz Animals are made by the same company who 
make "Itsy Bitsy Bears" that I wrote about in this post - 
Itsy Bitsy (Scary?) Bears
and they also make the face biscuits mentioned in that post.
Then when I went to brush my teeth I noticed another koala on the toothpaste packet, so I thought I had better see what Scott A King had to say about koala dreaming.
Yes, the book with a koala on the front ;-)
 In Scott Alexander King's book koalas represent journeys.
"Koala represents a sacred journey that is unique for everyone.
Now is the time to start notice of your inner self,
your innate connection to all the information of the Universe.
Stop looking to others for corroboration, advice or wisdom.
Take responsibility for your own life, your own path and your own destiny by listening to your heart of hearts.
Koala says that you must start your own journey;
a quest that will unlock the answers you seek from a place hidden deep within your essence.
 Kind of sounds true for me too.
And looking at the animal pictured on next months page (the dingo),
is one animal sign cluster
I don't want to see ;-)

July 25, 2014

From Vlad to Worse?

I saw this headline on the front of my local paper on July 23rd, 2014, and remembered back to my post about seeing the movie Philomena.
My Philomena Spooky Syncy Sunday
Sister Philomene Tiernan,was killed in the
plane crash July 18, 2014
Oddly enough, there was a Sister Philomene who was on board MH17.
Poster display outside the cinema for
In Bob We Trust.
Not only that, but Father Bob will be at the Byron Bay Writers Festival this year and hopefully I'll get the chance to meet him.
The St. Vlad statue in the St.Lucia
university grounds
Looks like my post was strangely prophetic after all.
I just wonder if there is more to come.
Let's hope not.

July 22, 2014

Erich Von Daniken's Chariots of the Gods to be Rebooted?

I have just read Loren Coleman's new post -
Chariots of the Gods Screenwriter John Fasano, 52, Dies
where he writes about the death of John Fasano who was in the midst of adapting Erich Von Daniken's Chariots of the Gods into a major motion picture.
John Fasano making the
 sign of the monolith?
This is the first time I have heard about the Chariots of the Gods reboot, and it strikes me as a little creepy that Chariots of the Gods was the next movie I had planned to watch on my computer tonight.
I have a stack of my favourite DVDs sitting in a bookshelf next to my computer and only just realized the other day that I could watch them on my computer, as it has a hidden CD slot on the side, which I had forgotten about until last weekend.
I knew it played music CDs, but I didn't realize it played movies as well, until I put one in to see if it would last weekend.
I have only just started watching movies on my computer and so far, I have only watched Infinity and The Tree of Life (last night) but was planning on watching Chariots of the Gods next, hopefully tonight.
Then I see this post of Loren Coleman's this morning.
I was in the middle of writing my next post about an experience I had about making pancakes on the weekend and these cards jokingly synching with that task.
I also noticed apart from the space imagery on the front of the deck, that on the back it states, "printed on 52 high-quality cards".
What age did John Fasano  pass away at?
Update: 23rd July, 2014
I was reading an old post of mine today which focused on the movie Tombstone and I see that John Fasano was involved in its filming.
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July 19, 2014

Time is Art: Synchroncity & the Collective Dream

Time is Art
is an artful, meditative documentary exploring synchronicity as a portal to a new reality, 

helping to see with our hearts what was once invisible.” 
Co-created by a husband and wife team, 
Joel Mejia and Katy Walker
the movie has since expanded to include writer Jennifer Palmer 
and co-producer Maia Monasterios.
Time is Art: Synchroncity & the Collective Dream
This campaign started on Jul 15 and will close on August 17, 2014 (11:59pm PT).

July 16, 2014

42 Minutes: Episode 144: John Maguire

07.08.14 Episode 144: John Maguire Q-Niverse
True Love, Tom Campbell, Nature Is Language, Read The Book, Self-Organization, ET & IT, Kuhn, Spooky Action & Spooky Mulder, Synchromysticism, Orgone, Science, Magic, & Myth.

July 13, 2014

Itsy Bitsy (Scary?) Bears

I wrote a post a while back on this company's scary looking 
"Face Biscuits"
And now when I picked up some Itsy Bitsy Bears, I find these creepy looking drawings of what the biscuits should look like ... thank heavens they don't though, because they are almost unrecognizable as bears, even when you pull them out of the packet.
Itsy Bitsy Bears biscuits
 I'm sure Orgran pay Stephen King to design their biscuits for them.
Do these two bears above remind you of any particular movie?
REDRUM is a new movie inspired design for DISTURBIA Clothing
It's enough to give me nightmares when I'm walking down the biscuit isle in my supermarket.
And I like The Grateful Dead as much as the next hippie, but come on, that bear pictured above is a total rip-off of the Dead's merchandise.
Oh well, I guess Orgran could have come up with worse designs for their biscuits.
As for taste, the biscuits are horror-able kid's food, too.
Probably best chopping them out of your kid's diet in hindsight;-)

July 11, 2014

"World Entertainment War"?-)

My German blogging friend Foxi at Sync Netz (soccer nets?-) alerted me to this strange coincidence involving the current and former Pope's home countries, Argentina and Germany.
They will both face off in the World Cup final in Brazil this year!?

 I purchased this album after reading Rob Brezsny's book PRONOIA
"Pronoia Is the Antidote for Paranoia, Revised and Expanded: How the Whole World Is Conspiring to Shower You with Blessings "
Kick ass!!
World Entertainment War-"Kick Your Own Ass"

Walking the 

Chartres Labyrinth

World Entertainment War
Interesting how lightning struck the Vatican when the German Pope announced his resignation of the Papacy and that lightning also stuck the statue of Christ the Redeemer earlier this year, breaking off a piece of the thumb.
Thumb strike? 
Hitch-hikers Guide to the Galaxy

A sign from above

Lightning strikes Vatican hours

after Pope's shock resignation

Rio's Christ the Redeemer 


 thumb chipped in storm

Click here to see a list of
Jonathan Pryce's movies
Don't Cry For Me Argentina?
Rise of the Black Phoenix: Redux [V.4] [World Cup Edition]
As stated in the previous posts linked here, Jonathan Pryce (the current Pope look-a-like) stars in the movie Brazil and the movie about Argentina's Eva, as her husband.
Let's not forget that Bob Hoskins, passed away this year also.
And Bob starred in a movie (The Good Pope: Pope John  XXIII) as a Pope, as well.