Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

May 28, 2020

Inviting US to Wonder About Our Deep Nature, Our Spirit, Our Place on Earth and in the Society?

Aerial Views of Switzerland Capture Saype’s Massive Artwork Painted on the Alpine Terrain
Beyond Walls PROJECT by Saype
The farandole is an open-chain community dance popular in Provence, France
The carmagnole of the French Revolution is a derivative of the farandole
The first time I saw this massive art work of Saype's on a Swiss mountaintop was in the April 28th, 2020 local Queensland newspaper pictured above and below.
An accidental foot shot:-)
I included an accidental shot of my foot here, which I must have somehow taken unintentionally when walking to my mother's front door, but didn't discover until I was downloading the photos I had taken of the newspaper headlines onto my computer, and ironically that photo followed the front page headline of 
"SHOT IN THE FOOT":-)
That same April 28th, 2020 newspaper had a picture of a black swan attacking a, what looks to me anyway, black dog.
The black dog is a term used by people to describe their depression, and a black swan event is some event that was something that arrives on the scene, but was hard to have seen coming.
The Swiss mountaintop artwork is on the next page from the "'Anxious' Truckie has 'panic attacks'" headline and picture of the guy who somehow ran over and killed four police officers who had pulled over an arsehole who was dangerously speeding on the freeway ironically endangering the lives of motorists on that stretch of the motorway.
That prick by the way got away with his miserable life, but not before filming and abusing a dying police officer and then uploading the footage to the internet allegedly.
The Swiss mountaintop artwork in the newspaper was surrounded ironically by other news stories of "a new arms race", a near miss from an asteroid, and a man being killed after shooting at neighbours.
A cartoon from the April 28th, 2020 Queensland newspaper:-)
Looking at the movie US and Saype's art from 2020, the
Year of the Rat gives me a rather Jungian perspective viewing all that art now;-)
And not to mention Banksy's art, as well:-)
Just thought I would include this e-mail pictured above, which I received the other day from Palace Cinemas:-)

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