Chris Knowles recently addressed the issue of over-the-top disaster predictions for the London sports gathering in his "2012 Olympics: Fear Strikes Out. Again," as did the Guardian's "Are the 2012 Olympics part of a plot to take over the world?" They both looked at the real world consequences of such speculations.
Both discussions examined the role the conspiracy jockeys have in allegedly pushing people over the edge, such as in the suicide of Cosmic Mind blogger Rik Clay.
Here, we find the Guardian noting, "Rik Clay's Olympics theory was chiefly inspired by another British researcher, Ian R Crane, whom he saw speaking at an event in Glastonbury in 2007....It was Crane who first deciphered the 'Zion' in the Olympic logo, and who suggested a fake UFO invasion was being planned."
ceremony performance went unseen in the USA.
Photograph at top: Credit Perez Hilton.
Knowles revealed the source of his feelings about what happened this way: "The evidence for the 2012 'false flag' plot -- all of it -- was based pretty much entirely on some wanker playing around with the logo and cutting and pasting until it read 'Zion.' There it was. Anything was now possible."
Why would they even have to post something like this? Because so many people were extending these "discoveries," even someone like Sandra Barr who stated, quite matter-of-factly in her July 31, 2012, "Blood Sacrifice at Aurora & The London Olympics": "Many people are now waking up to the fact that these seemingly unconnected random killings, are in fact well staged ritualistic sacrifices carried out by hapless victims either under mind control or hypnotized."
In Barr's 26 minute YouTube presentation, "Blood Sacrifice at Aurora, the London Olympics and 007," she predicted there would be a "false flag" operation on August 4 at the Olympics.
False flag (covert operations) advocates frequently see the power players being the Jews, Mormons, Communists, Mossad, CIA, NSA, OTO, Aliens, MIBs, Ultraterrestrials, or the Illuminati behind any event that seems out-of-the-ordinary.
Being more Jungian and Fortean here, there is no need to always journey down the dark path. Evil things do happen. We would be fools not to realize that.
Synchromystic = from Late Latin synchronus, from Greek sunkhronos, from syn- + khronos time + Middle English mistik, from Latin mysticus of mysteries, from Greek mystikos, from mystēs initiate
Synchromysticism was first coined by Jake Kotze in August 2006, on his website-at-the-time, Brave New World Order. Kotze defined the concept as: "The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."
Synchromysticism is defined as the drawing of connections in modern culture (movies, music lyrics, historical happenings and esoteric knowledge); and finding connections that could be coming from the "collective unconscious mind"; and finding connections between occult knowledge (i.e. esoteric fraternities, cults and secret rituals), politics and mass media, according to Wiktionary.
So, sit back and enjoy, in a surreal fashion, a few synchromystic moments from the Closing Ceremony of the 2012 Olympics ("A Symphony of British Music"), which may have everything or nothing to do with anything.