Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

August 14, 2019

Looks Like a New Russian Tourist Destination and Netflix Drama is on the Cards?

"Secrecy surrounding an explosion that killed five nuclear scientists and caused a spike in radiation levels has raised fears of a cover-up as Russian authorities call on residents of Nyonoksa to leave their village.
The explosion took place on Thursday at a naval weapons range on the coast of the White Sea in northern Russia."
The Chernobyl Driver: A tour guide's view
The Claw/Holy Grail of Chernobyl tourism?
The Blackbird of Chernobyl?
A Russian monster for the Godzilla universe?
Fallen Angel/Wormwood: It's ALL Bitter?
Fallen Angel?!
If it's not global warming/climate change to worry about, there's always nuclear winters to contemplate I guess.
Hiroshima Day: August 6th and Fold Your Weapons?
Watching all those videos above and seeing the human representation of God nailed to a cross in a hellish ghost-town with the creepy looking Ferris Wheel I suddenly realized that the amusement wheel is also a very good analogy of "God" in this world/universe and probably why I've always liked Ferris Wheels.
F#ck Valentine's Day, It's Ferris Wheel Day
Roller-coasters are another story though;-)
The center of the wheel is like the central power or force that keeps the whole thing moving ... or not moving ... and the carriages are like our individual groups, tribes, souls.
The whole wheel and beyond is the Tao/God force, including those riding in the carriages.
While nothing riding the wheel is God, it is all apart of God/The Tao.
Everything is a part of the whole no matter how much an individual wishes they weren't.
It's impossible to break away from the whole, because "you" will always be a part of it no matter how hard "you" try not to be.
The magick is in the whole, not the in the part.
Wheel of Fortune?
Maybe it's my own belief in reincarnation, but the wheel has always struck me as an esoteric symbol and reminds me of the karmic wonder of the universe which I tend to believe in and as my last words to my ex-wife were, "what goes around, comes around."
Weston super (night) Mare in Dismaland?
Then again, these are just probably Foolish thoughts, right?-)
The Small World Theory?

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