Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

October 25, 2018

Dubbo/Dumbo: The Elephant in the Room and the Baby in the Womb?


The Elephants in the Room 2?
I finished reading 'Elephants on Acid' recently and while I still haven't done any acid in my life I'm starting to trip out on elephant synchronicities turning up in my life at present.
Just like in that You Tube video above where they tell you to try not to think of pink elephants, my mind just seems to be noticing the elephants in the room lately.
"According to royal commentator Emily Nash, it's believed that Meghan is approximately 12 weeks pregnant."
That puts the Royal's baby arrival date pretty close to the release of Disney's new 'Dumbo' movie.
Meghan and Prince Harry to visit Dubbo and Fraser Island during official October visit
Cuddles in Dubbo for the Royals?-)
Cuddles the elephant was Australia’s last surviving African elephant.
Thought to be about 46 years old, she was euthanised in March 2017 following an age-related illness.
Cuddles arrived at the Dubbo zoo the same year it opened, in 1977.
She was shipped from Britain with two other female African elephants, Yum Yum and Cheri.
Australia's last African elephant dies at Dubbo zoo
Funnily enough, you only have to replace a b with an m in the name Dubbo to turn it into Dumbo:-) 
"If there is one thing I disapprove of it's the unnatural capture and taming of wild animals, whether an elephant or a bird. To me, the only good cage is an empty cage."
Lawrence Anthony (17 September 1950 – 2 March 2012)
The book that I'm reading right now is 'Evidence of Eternity' and in the chapter 'Animals and Unconditional Love from Heaven',
Mark Anthony writes about Lawrence Anthony and how elephants mourned him at the time of his death in March, 2012.
What is it with March in this post?-)
"Lawrence Anthony died of a heart attack at the age of 61 before his planned March 2012 conservation gala dinner in Durban to raise international awareness for the rhino-poaching crisis and to launch his new book,
Following his death, there were reports that some of the elephants he worked to save came to his family's home in accordance with the way elephants usually mourn the death of one of their own."
The rhino in the room?
Lawrence Anthony’s second book, The Elephant Whisperer, published by Pan Macmillan, tells the story of his adventures and relationship with a rescued herd of African elephants.
Even in a podcast I listened to the other day featuring Quentin in remembering his life after passing away in the month of the
Invictus Games ironically, he mentions sitting at the Adelaide Zoo and being fascinated by watching the elephants -
Remembering Quentin Kenihan and the Elephants in the Room?
It's been a weird month with elephants in the room everywhere for me and now I can't stop hearing 'Baby Mine' in my head.
Doh!

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