Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

October 29, 2018

Lou Diamond Phillips and the Thai Elephant in the Room?

I wrote a post earlier this week after hearing Tim Murphy on the latest '42 Minutes' podcast talking about synchromysticism and the making of his two latest You Yube films -
Some People Wouldn't See a Synch if it Bit Them on the Asp?
But it was Tim's Lou Diamond Phillips film about plane crashes that caught my eye and the fact Lou seemed to be tied in a "synchromystic" sense to the Thai cave boys through his stage role as the king of Siam (AKA Thailand) in 'The King and I'.
"In 1996, Phillips made his Broadway debut as the King in Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II's The King and I.
Phillips won a Theatre World Award, and was nominated for both a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for his performance.
In July 2014, he replaced the injured Jason Scott Lee in Opera Australia's Melbourne production of The King and I, reprising his role as the King of Siam, playing opposite Lisa McCune
as Anna Leonowens."
Jason Scott Lee
Jason played Bruce Lee in the movie Dragon, remember -
Whitley Strieber, Bruce Lee and the Two Way Mirror Analogy
Then this weekend I see the Thai cave boys were attending a soccer match between Manchester United and a team from The Beatles home town of Liverpool (Everton).

Thai cave rescue boys watch Manchester United beat Everton at Old Trafford
Meanwhile, on the same weekend Thai billionaire and owner of Leicester City FC dies in a helicopter crash just after taking off from the soccer field on Saturday. 
Lou Diamond Phillips as the king
Just Sayin'
And wait until you read my Dennis Quaid post for some really bat-s#it synchromysticism that kind of ties into this post, as well.

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