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

- Jake Kotze

February 2, 2020

Megan, Australia Day and the New Moon?

Uploaded January 26th, 2020?
My friends Rob and Trish MacGregor from the blog 'Synchrosecrets' uploaded their first podcast episode of 'The Mystical Underground' onto SoundCloud on January 26th, 2020, which in my part of the planet happens to be 'Australia Day' -
The Mystical Underground Podcast?
Kobe Bryant/Daddy's Home/Australia Day?
Although on a world-wide scale January 26th, 2020 will be marked as the day Kobe Bryant tragically died in a helicopter crash with his 13 year old daughter and some other friends.
There was also another tragic January 26th, 2020 news story of a woman choking to death on a lamington in an Australia Day food eating competition.
The New Moon on Friday January 24, 2020
04°21′ Aquarius is square Uranus
Australia Day is always "celebrated" on January 26th, unlike the start of the Chinese New Year, which moves the date around to sync with the New Moon, which this year was January 25th, the day right before 'Australia Day'.
Bizarrely enough I only found out after reading a January 30th, 2020 newspaper that the woman who died in the Australia Day eating contest was named Megan Moon. 
Rob and Trish MacGregor's daughter is named Megan and designed their podcast logo for them.
I didn't read that January 30th, 2020 newspaper article about the woman named Megan until a few days after it was printed in the newspaper, as I don't buy the newspaper myself, I get them a few days later from my mother who subscribes and has the newspapers delivered to her door.
So I had no idea about the lady named Megan when I left this comment about the podcast logo at the 'Synchrosecrets' blog, pictured below. 
This story pictured below, about the Brisbane Lions player who was struck by lightning, was also in the same edition of that newspaper as the tragic lamington eating story.
My Brisbane Lions 2019 membership card 
I Told You That Football is a Shamanic Sport, Didn't I?
Brisbane Lions?-)
"Lion dance (simplified Chinese: 舞狮; traditional Chinese: 舞獅; pinyin: wǔshī) is a form of traditional dance in Chinese culture and other Asian countries in which performers mimic a lion's movements in a lion costume to bring good luck and fortune.
The lion dance is usually performed during the Chinese New Year and other Chinese traditional, cultural and religious festivals.
It may also be performed at important occasions such as business opening events, special celebrations or wedding ceremonies, or may be used to honour special guests by the Chinese communities.
The Chinese lion dance is sometimes mistakenly referred to as dragon dance by first timers.
An easy way to tell the difference is that a lion is normally operated by just two dancers and has a tail, while a dragon is longer and is held on poles by many people.
Chinese lion dance fundamental movements can be found in 
It looks like both luck and synchronicity can be good and bad ... and always weird.

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