Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

July 18, 2020

That Name FRASER Makes Tragic Headlines Once Again Mr. Knowles?

Australian man dies after a shark attack near Queensland's Fraser Island
Not to make light out of a real life tragic news story, but I couldn't help noticing some dark synchronicities floating around in the news headlines of late that I'm sure would grab my sync-head blogging mate's attention from 'The Secret Sun' blog, Chris Knowles right now, especially for his interest in all things "Elizabeth" and "Fraser".
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The tragic headline of a spear fisherman taken by a shark off the Fraser Island coast at a spot called Indian Head seemed rather darkly synchronistic as far as other news headlines went at the time, I thought.
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Not all synchronicity is good, and I guess the question has to be asked of why "God" lets bad things happen to good people?
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4 comments:

The Secret Sun said...

I said it before, I'll say it again: stay the hell off Fraser Island. It's the Australia of Australia.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

Funny thing is that I have lived in Queensland for most of my life and I've never made it on to Fraser Island.
I have it on my bucket list though, and knowing my luck I'll probably get hit by lightning twice if I make it over to the island:-)

Allen Marcus said...

Brizdaz (Darren), don't go to Fraser Island to kick the bucket or kick up a hornets nest.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

Thanks for the advice Allen, but I usually go visiting places to give my own ass a kick, and only if I feel compelled to by some other perceived outside force that is more than willing to do it for me:-)
As an old tour guide once told me, "Life is like a bucket of hornets, when you stick your hand in that bucket you never know what you're going to get":-)