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

- Jake Kotze

October 13, 2017

For Whom the Bell Tolls? Ay, Chihuahua! Dogs of War?

Isn't that cute, a Chihuahua with a heartHuman sacrifice as shown in the Codex Magliabechiano
500 Year Cycles?
I've been reading Graham Hancock's first novel in the 'War God' trilogy about the Spanish conquest of the Aztec empire and I was watching the above You Tube and was surprised to hear at the 28 minute mark how the Spanish won a battle with the Aztecs where the Spanish were clearly outnumbered because of their war dogs.
Graham states the Aztecs and Maya had dogs, but only Chihuahuas, which were bred for food.
Ay, Chihuahua!
I did not know that.
"Hernan Cortés wrote, in a 1520 letter, that the Aztecs raised and sold the little dogs as food.
Small dogs such as Chihuahuas were also used as living hot-water bottles during illness or injury. Some historians believe this practice is where the idea of pain being transferred to animals from humans originated, which gave way to rituals such as burning the deceased with live dogs, such as the Techichi, to exonerate the deceased human's sins."
That reminded me of the cute little Taco Bell mascot I've seen on the internet in those old Taco Bell ads like the ones below.
777? Jackpot? BrisVegas?
"Yo Quiero Taco Bell", 1997
So I found it interesting reading that Taco Bell is coming to Australia and opening its first store in BrisVegas and that I read about it in the same October 4th newspaper that I wrote my last post about -
Flowers and the boys will tour behind the release this fall across much of Europe.
They also have appearances scheduled at US festivals including Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, and Voodoo Music Experience, but the big trek is a North American tour scheduled for early 2018."
Tom Petty - Shadow People
Shadow people, what's in their heads?
And this one carries a gun for the USA
He's a 21st century man
And he's scary as hell
Cause when he's afraid
He'll destroy anything
He don't understand
Well I ain't on the left
And I ain't on the right
I ain't even sure
I got a dog in this fight 

In my time of need In my time of grief
I feel like a shadow's falling all over me

Like shadow people in shadow lands
Shadow people in shadow land
Shadow people in shadow land

Waiting for the sun to be straight over there


Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Tried to leve a co9mment under the harvey post. We were just talking about this synchro yesterday. It's a good one!

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

That's strange about the comment, because I checked all the junk filters and there seems to be no trace of a comment to the Harvey post.
There is no doubt that Harvey is a scumbag when it comes to women, but why is a guy who has been protected all these years suddenly being thrown under the bus?
His movie company does have a Michael Moore movie about Trump in the works, as well as a movie about Westinghouse and the Westinghouse electric company and it's battle with Edison, so who knows who's toes Harvey has stood on in high places?
Seems someone high is gunning for him and his company.
It's not like the allegations against Weinstein are new, so why now all of a sudden have the floodgates opened on him?
He's pissed some people in higher places off for sure it seems and they want him and his production company gone by the looks.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

And on the subject of the Chinese 'Year of the Dog', which isn't far off either, there is a Chinese expression "寧為太平犬,莫做亂離人" (nìng wéi tàipíng quǎn, mò zuò luàn lí rén), which is usually translated as "Better to be a dog in a peaceful time, than to be a human in a chaotic (warring) period.".
The expression originates from Volume 3 of the 1627 short story collection by Feng Menglong, 'Stories to Awaken the World'.
That's the saying that apparently led to the so called Chinese curse,
"May you live in interesting times"...which we definitely are.
I say the world really needs to wake up, and very quickly.