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

- Jake Kotze

November 5, 2017

Is The Siren Singing to US?

I just read the latest post at 'The Secret Sun' blog -
"The Great Siren That Sitteth Upon Many Waters ..."
And while I don't think the end of the world is coming, I do think something very bad is heading our way.
The signs aren't good it seems.
I think any good teacup reader ... or coffee reader for that matter ... would tell you that things don't look promising in the bottom of the cup.
Let's hope it's nothing much
to worry about, right
Typhoon Damrey hits Vietnam, killing at least 19 people days before Donald Trump's visit
"Typhoon Damrey has killed at least 19 people after slamming into Vietnam's south-central coast on Saturday, officials say, just days before Donald Trump heads to the country for the APEC summit of Asia-Pacific leaders.
Damrey reached land at 4am
(local time) with winds gusting at up to 90 kilometres per hour that tore off more than 1,000 roofs, knocked down hundreds of electricity poles and uprooted trees.
At least
12 people were missing and more than 370 houses had collapsed, the communist state's search and rescue committee said.

More than 33,000 people had been evacuated.
The storm made landfall near the city of Nha Trang, which is about 500 kilometres south of the coastal city of Danang, where the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit is taking place next week.
There were reports of high winds and rain in
Danang, but no immediate reports of casualties.
The city
will host US President Donald Trump from November 10 as well as China's Xi Jinping, Russia's Vladimir Putin and counterparts from other APEC members.
Nha Trang
, a coastal resort city, faced the brunt of Damrey's impact, with fierce rain and extreme winds knocking over scooters and flooding roads.

Earlier the Government said six ships had capsized with 61 people on board in the South China Sea, and 25 people had been rescued, but gave no details on the possible fate of the others.
The storm moved from the coastal area into a key
COFFEE-growing area of the world's biggest producer of robusta coffee beans.
Traders had expected the storm to delay harvesting, but were not sure whether it would damage the crop.
The Government said more than 40,000 hectares of crops had been damaged, including sugar cane, rice fields and rubber plantations. More than 40 flights were cancelled.
Floods killed more than 80 people in northern Vietnam last month while a typhoon wreaked havoc in central provinces in September.
The country of more than 90 million people is prone to destructive storms and flooding due to its long coastline.

Sounds a bit like a real bad dream playing itself out in the real world, don't you think?
You would have to be an optimist to think the world can carry on as it is year after year the way things are going.
Something big is swimming in the world's "collective unconscious" right now, that's for sure.
But what can you really do when you find yourself in deep water I guess?
And don't forget to remember the 5th of November today, either;-)
V for...?
Let's hope the world party isn't going to end any time soon?

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