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

- Jake Kotze

July 4, 2018

Cthulhu is Not Happy with Japan?

"After correctly tipping the Asian nation to beat Colombia and Poland(?)[Poland beat Japan] and draw with Senegal, Rabiot shot from everyday sea creature to psychic sensation in the country.
Despite Rabiot’s run of success when it came to predicting results, the fisherman who caught the octopus, Kimio Abe, told local media this week that – much like Japan – the mollusc had exited the tournament early.

Abe said that, prior to Japan’s Round of 16 knockout match against Belgium yesterday, Rabio had been taken to market, turned into seafood and would be replaced by another octopus, Rabiot Junior.
Rabiot’s death, however, turned out to be a telling event in predicting Japan’s own exit from the World Cup as the country suffered a 3-2 loss to Belgium in a thrilling elimination match.
The Call of Cthulhu?!
Downside Up: The Golden Bough and Fraser/Frazer?
I guess Japan were just destined to BOUGH out of the World Cup after killing the oracle octopus?-)
Natasha de Tracie: AKA Lillian Lovecraft
It's been a real WTF(?) Lovecraftian year so far, it seems to me anyway.
"Cthulhu (/kəˈθuːluː/ kə-THOO-loo) is a cosmic entity created by writer H. P. Lovecraft and first introduced in the short story "The Call of Cthulhu", published in the American pulp magazine Weird Tales in 1928.
Considered a Great Old One within the pantheon of Lovecraftian cosmic entities, the creature has since been featured in numerous popular culture references.
Lovecraft depicts Cthulhu as a gigantic entity worshipped by cultists. Cthulhu's appearance is described as looking like an octopus, a dragon, and a caricature of human form."
Probably why the Greeks never made it to Russia, too?-)
Paniyiri 2018: Under the Stars and from the Sea?
The story of Cthulhu is 90 years old this year
Happy Birthday Cthulhu:-)
UPDATE: 7th July, 2018
Japan floods: Dozens killed in deluges and landslides

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