Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

May 28, 2019

Probably a Message in This Story?

"Noah's Ark is a craft described in Christian, Jewish and Islamic holy texts as a vessel inspired by God to save Noah - described as a righteous man - his family, and at least two of every creature on Earth from a global flood sparked by 40 days of nonstop rain.
Ark Encounter says on its website that its model ark is "full size," and built to biblical specifications.
The park filed suit this week in US District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, alleging its insurers acted in bad faith after investigating the property damage.
Rainfall in 2017 and 2018 caused a "significant landslide" on the property, which undermined an access road leading to the massive wooden vessel.
As a result, the access road was unsafe to use and repairs cost approximately $AUD1.4 million, according to court documents.
The suit claims that representatives from five of the park's insurers told the owners to proceed with repairs but have since paid only "a very small portion" of the $AUD1.4 million cost.
Melany Ethridge of Ark Encounter made it clear on Friday that the waters were not quite of biblical proportions.
"Contrary to some reporting, the damage to certain areas of the Ark Encounter themed attraction was not caused by a 'flood,' " she said in an email to CNN.
She confirmed that the damage had been repaired, and that the ark had not been at risk.
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Jennifer Connelly, Russell Crowe, Logan Lerman, and Emma Watson in Noah (2014)
That Bible story always sounded bananas to me anyway and in the post I wrote in this link below, comedian Ryan Singer does a routine at the Go Bananas comedy venue where he mentions the Ark being just up the road -
Going Bananas and Food for Thought?
The name Ken HAM doesn't sound Kosher to me either;-)
And it turns out Ken is from my hometown of Brisbane, so ain't it a small, round/flat/doomed/domed, or whatever you want to believe ... world?-)

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