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

- Jake Kotze

September 4, 2020

Between a Young Rock and a Safe Place?

"Johnson and his family live in the US, which has recorded more than 6.1 million coronavirus cases and over 185,700 deaths linked to the disease.
The actor, 48, said he and his wife Lauren, 35, and their daughters Jasmine and Tiana, aged four and two, contracted the virus about two-and-a-half weeks ago.
The American-Canadian actor said his daughters had exhibited mild symptoms, explaining they "had a sore throat for the first couple of days, but other than that they bounced back and it's been life as normal".
"But it was a little bit different for Lauren and I," Johnson said. He said he and his wife "had a rough go" - without detailing his exact symptoms - but together they "got through it as a family".
The local Brisbane/Queensland August 22nd, 2020 newspaper
A look at the formative years of superstar Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson as he grows up through life.
I picked up my local Brisbane newspaper on August 22nd, 2020 this year to see a picture of 'The Rock' on the front page, and a story a few pages further in of how Dwayne was relocating to my hometown of Brisbane in October 2020 for a while to shoot the TV series about him growing up in Hawaii as a young
Dwayne Johnson.
 "The series, which is understood to be three 11-episode seasons, will chronicle Johnson's meteoric rise [don't meteors fall, rather that rise?] from celebrity wrestler to international movie icon."
Back to the Drive-in in 2020?
"Sources on 'Young Rock' say production scouts picked Queensland over New South Wales and Victoria due to the relatively low
COVID-19 infection rate."
The state flag of Queensland
Half Infected Aussies Have the 'Mutant Strain'?
The New Mutant poster on the drive-in candy-bar wall
Ironically though, yesterday I saw a BBC news story that stated
The Rock and his family would have been battling the COVID-19 virus right around when his 'Young Rock' story appeared in the
August 22nd, 2020 Queensland newspaper.
There was even mention in the newspaper of how much Dwayne loved filming the first 'San Andreas' movie out here, and now I see a second one is on the cards and also starring "that girl with the witchy eyes", Alexandra Daddario again as his movie daughter:-)
Seeing Sonic Under a Super Full Moon and Hearing the Movie Through the Radio in the Time of Social Distancing?
You'll have to take your family to the drive-in and take in a movie while you are out here Dwayne;-)
And I noticed that Dwayne was born in 1972, which makes him a RAT like Prince Harry and Prince Charles are:-)
Born 14 November 1948 (age 71)
Big Trouble in Little China?
Rising Phoenix in the Year of the Rat?

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