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

- Jake Kotze

October 4, 2019

Crysalis Crisis?

"Dr. Frank Pasciuti is a licensed clinical psychologist and certified hypnotherapist.
He received his Ph.D. from Michigan State University and maintains a part time private practice in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Over his 40 years of conducting psychotherapy, Dr Pasciuti developed a sub-specialty of clinically working with clientele who have undergone exceptional experiences, like NDEs, psychic phenomena, or paranormal anomalies.
These particular clients seek his help to determine if they are suffering from psychopathology, or if not, to find explanations that will help them understand their experiences.
Many of his clients also reveal synchronistic events that occur in their life, and want to explore any personal significance they may hold.
In his own attempt to understand synchronistic coincidences, Dr Pasciuti undertook research where he examined clinical conditions that may give rise to their occurrence.
That research has now expanded to include the numerous ways consciousness functions in humans, and how they may explain psychic, paranormal, and spiritual experiences."
CCBB: Dr. Frank Pasciuti - Crysalis Crisis-Transformation Through Extraordinary Experience
Greta oto/Glasswing butterfly
"Greta oto is a species of brush-footed butterfly and member of the subfamily Danainae, tribe Ithomiini, and subtribe Godyridina.
It is known by the common name glasswing butterfly for its unique transparent wings that allow it to camouflage without extensive coloration.
In Spanish speaking regions, it may also be referred to as espejitos, meaning "little mirrors" because of its transparent wings.
The butterfly is mainly found in Central and northern regions of South America with sightings as far north as Texas and as far south as Chile.
While its wings appear delicate, the butterfly is able to carry up to 40 times [42 times would have been more meaningful I think:-] its own weight.
In addition to its unique wing physiology, the butterfly is known for behaviors such as long migrations and lekking among males.
The Greta oto also closely resembles its other counterpart, the Greta andromica."
Greta andromica, the
Andromica clearwing
I think I'm going to have to get a copy of Frank's book, as it sounds like me and he are on the same page here.
Euploea core, the common crow
There is Harmony in Everything, It's a Butterfly Who Waits for the World?

In a rather bizarre dark synchronicity, as soon as I had posted the above post, I checked through the Australian national headlines to see a story about a wildlife photographer whose body was found at the base of one of Western Australia's highest cliffs.
Matthew Dwyer
Bluff Knoll poses risk in peak season

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