Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

October 12, 2018

Holy Mother of ... ?

Fiona Simpson was in a car in Kingaroy when the hail smashed her windows. (Facebook)
I saw two mother with child weather images in the news yesterday which were quite contrasting images indeed and does make you think what kind of world are mothers and fathers bringing their kids into in the coming decades ahead ... well, hopefully ahead that is.
She managed to shield her baby from harm's way. (Facebook)
Not that there ever was or will be a good time to bring a child into this world, that is.
Such is life, as they say.
And were Channel 9 just trying to promote the fact that they got the Australian Open Tennis coverage off rivals Channel 7 by referring to hail the size of tennis balls all the time?
Usually we hear about hail the size of golf or cricket balls.
Balls that you really wouldn't want to be hit with.
Channel Nine secures 2019 Australian Open broadcast rights
Throw tennis balls at me any day over golf or cricket balls.
Deuce
Score of 40–40 in a game. A player must win two consecutive points from a deuce to win the game, unless the tournament employs deciding points, as in the 2010 ATP World Tour Finals. A player who has won one point after deuce is said to have the advantage.
At least it isn't game, set and match yet.
And if all of this sounds totally nuts to you, here is another piece of synch trivia, Kingaroy where Fiona Simpson was pelted with hail just happens to be the heart of Queensland's peanut growing industry.
2018: Year of the Dog?
"Traditionally, Kingaroy has always been the centre of Australia's peanut and navy bean industries but since the early 1990s it has also developed into one of the twin hubs of the South Burnett's rapidly expanding wine industry (the other hub is at Murgon, Redgate and Moffatdale, 55 kilometres (34 mi) to the north).
Several wineries are located either in or very close to the town, along with the Booie Range Distillery which opened in 2001 — only the third distillery in Queensland."
Tennis ball sized hail in Queensland?!
"Larry King (born January 30, 1945) is an American attorney, a real estate broker, a promoter, bridge player, one of the founders of World TeamTennis, and the former husband of tennis star Billie Jean King."
An alchemical marriage?
"For forty days and for forty nights, the law was on her side
But who can stand when she's in demand?
"
Hmm ... 40/40?
"She was more like a beauty queen from a movie scene
I said don't mind, but what do you mean
I am the one
Who will dance on the floor in the round
She said I am the one who will dance on the floor in the round
She told me her name was Billie Jean
As she caused a scene
Then every head turned with eyes that dreamed
Of being the one
Who will dance on the floor in the round"

Alchemy and the Indwelling Spirit?
It's all just totally nuts right?-)
I could go on forever, but so could a rabbit hole I would imagine.
All alcohol bottles to now carry pregnancy warning label
Paris Kamper?!
Celebrating Life and #137?
October 1st, 2018 Peggy Sue Passed Away?
Starring Art Bell
Don't you just luv tennis, life and art?-)
New Post ... Tomorrow ... I Promise

UPDATE: October 15th, 2018
Mother who shielded baby from hail stones during supercell storm in line for bravery award
"A young mother who was pelted with giant hailstones while shielding her baby during freak south-east Queensland thunderstorms is being nominated for a bravery award.
Fiona Simpson, 23, was left with horrific bruising and cuts after hail blew out her car windshield last week near Kingaroy, however she managed to protect her baby girl the brunt of the storm.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said it was an "extraordinary" story and promised to recommend Ms Simpson for a bravery award.
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