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

- Jake Kotze

June 24, 2018

Spooky Hollywood Riff Off: What Doesn't Kill You/Zombie?

I had a WTF(?) moment when I found this Ruby Rose You Tube which was posted on January 6th, 2018, pretty much a week before 'The Cranberries' lead singer Dolores O'Riordan would pass away suddenly on 15 January 2018 (aged 46).
Ruby Rose as Calamity in 'Pitch Perfect 3'
I was having a bit of a back and forth with Chris Knowles from
'The Secret Sun' blog about Ruby Rose liking
Evan Rachel Wood's "channeling my inner siren" photo.
Chris had written on his blog post about the photo, "Anyhow, I should note that Westworld star Evan Rachel Wood--
Dolores the Deathbringer herself-- was rocking the mer-wear in a recent Instagram photo, citing she was channeling her inner Siren, "Lorelei.""
Evan plays a character in the TV series 'Westworld' named Dolores Abernathy.
Dolores O'Riordan was born 6 September 1971.
Evan Rachel Wood was born 7 September 1987.

"The tragic life of a self-destructive female rock star who struggles to deal with the constant pressures of her career and the demands of her ruthless business manager."
Ruby Rose sings Dolores O'Riordan's song 'Zombie' in the movie 'Pitch Perfect 3' while the Kelly Clarkson song
'Stronger (What Doesn't Kill You)' is sung by a male singer.
Chris asked me if I had any info on Ruby Rose's "Fraser Factor" status, as in the singer Elizabeth Fraser that Chris has been blogging about for sometime at 'The Secret Sun'.
"On 23 January, Dolores was buried after a service at Saint Ailbe's Roman Catholic Church, Ballybricken, County Limerick; it began with the studio recording of "Ave Maria" as sung by O'Riordan and Luciano Pavarotti.
At the end of the service the Cranberries' song "When You're Gone" was played."
Well, all I can say is that you are free to decide what Ruby Rose's "Fraser Factor" status is for yourself.
This all reminds me of another old post of mine -
Eerie George Michael Synch in the new movie 'La La Land'
"In 1997, Jonas Taylor is a deep sea diver working for the
United States Navy on a top-secret dive in the Mariana Trench.
He sees a Megalodon, a massive ancient predator that is believed to be extinct.
Because he is the only survivor he is disbelieved.
He becomes a paleontologist and tries to prove that the Megalodon is real, but he is still considered a crackpot.
An old friend, Masao Tanaka, asks him to go back and help recover a UNIS (Unmanned Nautical Informational Submersible), which helps predict earthquakes, from the Mariana Trench.

Again, they encounter a Megalodon in the depths: the species has indeed survived, but is trapped in the Mariana Trench due to the 'cold water barrier' (the bottom of the Trench is heated by geothermal ducts, keeping the water warm, but that warmth has limited range and the far colder water above it keeps the sharks trapped there as the cold water would apparently have highly negative effects on the giant sharks unless traversed properly).
A white bio-luminescent (millions of years of adapting to the darkness of the trench lead to this evolutionary trait) male Megalodon attacks them and kills Tanaka's son D.J. before being entangled in the metal ropes connecting the submarine to the ship, which start dragging the shark up.
However, the male shark's vulnerable state prompts an even larger female Megalodon to emerge and attack it, and as the female rips it apart, she is bathed in the shark's warm blood as she follows the entangled male upwards, the warm flood of liquid keeping the female protected from the cold water long enough for it to reach the warmer surface waters of the ocean, hence unleashing the Megalodon anew on the ocean's ecosystem."
Shark vs Mermaid
Something is definitely swimming around in the "collective unconsciousness" right now it seems.

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