Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

August 13, 2019

Elm Tree of Death?!

I wrote a post about the suicide of actor Greg Wayne yesterday after I had heard the news in a '42 Minutes' podcast featuring his friend Andras Jones, who is probably best known as playing one of the twins (Rick) in 'Nightmare on Elm Street 4' -
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Under the Silver Lake and the Milky Way?
Yesterday was Andras Jones' birthday and also the director of the Netflix documentary 'The Nightmare', Rodney Ascher's.
Andras Jones, Tuesday Knight, and Lisa Wilcox in A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 (1988)
Then I see a story at the ABC news website this morning about a woman killed in a freak falling Elm tree incident in a suburban Melbourne park -
Princes Park falling tree victim Allison Milner remembered as 'humble, generous'
"Associate Professor Allison Milner, 36, died from her injuries in hospital yesterday morning after the tree fell over a path near Royal Parade in Parkville about 8:30am.
The Reservoir resident was a suicide, disability and mental health researcher at the University of Melbourne's School of Population and Global Health, where colleagues expressed their sadness at her sudden death.
"Allison's tragic death is a great shock and an immense loss to the university community," head of school Terry Nolan said.
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God certainly does work in mysterious ways it seems ... if there is a God that is.
Released on August 15th, 2019 in Australia
If there isn't a God then I'd have to say that there are a hell of a lot of bizarre coincidences happening in the world we all live and die in.
Not that I'm a religious person myself, but I tend to believe in an all encompassing intelligence that all life (even afterlife) is part of.
Although, sometimes life is the Pitts and you have to shovel your way out of it metaphorically speaking.
Life all seems like a big gamble from down here to most people I guess and I can't say that I know the rules of the game like the "experts" think they do, but the dice do appear to be loaded to me.
Gamble responsibly as they say and good luck?
4th Year anniversary yesterday, too?!

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