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

- Jake Kotze

January 24, 2019

The Cosmic Keys: We Are the Keys?

Introducing The Cosmic Keys Podcast
I've been trying to write this post about keys for a few weeks now (although it would have turned out to have been a totally different post to this one), ever since I watched the Netflix series 'The Haunting of Hill House' and it was revealed that ... SPOILER ALERT ... "Basically, the Red Room is where the house feeds on the emotions and fears of its potential victims. 
As Liv tells Nell on the night of their Red Room tea party,
“We are the key.”"
Bedtime Stories and Mental Health?
2019: We Can't Un-Ring This Bell?
Is that the wheel of Dharma or
 the chaos magick symbol?-) 
I also read in my book 'The Magpie and the Wardrobe'  in the section for the month of January that to carry an iron key in your pocket is to bring good luck.
Sorry, but I don't want rust stains on the lining of my jeans pocket.
Synchronicity is for the Birds?
Keys are symbolic of locking and unlocking, opening or shutting out.
The Greeks believed the key symbolized knowledge and life.
In last weekend's local newspaper I read William McInnes's very thought provoking column pictured above with the keys.
William is the star of the Janus sounding movie 'Look Both Ways', a movie well worth watching.
In William's advice he gives 21 tips to any young Fool who will listen.
Card #21 in the Trumps of the tarot
William's 13th tip was,
"We have the greatest beaches in the world - use them."
JJay De Melo is the 20th person to drown in Victoria this summer, and the 73rd across Australia.
So I'm not so sure that's the best advice to dish out right now as a tip for an article titled "The Only Person You Ever Need to Best is the Person You Were Yesterday", do you?
Today I heard Ryan from the 'Occulture' podcast was interviewed on a show I hadn't heard of until today called 'The Cosmic Keys' of all things.
Ryan Peverly, Occulture and the Seven-pointed Star on the Infinite Path?
JJay De Melo looking towards the Melbourne Star wheel
The Melbourne (seven-pointed) Star Ferris Wheel
And in the Cosmic Keys podcast tarot reading for that episode they pulled out #13, the death card.
Promising racehorse drowns

UPDATE: January 25th, 2018
William's 13th tip was,
"We have the greatest beaches in the world - use them."
Just sayin' again, maybe not the best advice?

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