If you are a routine reader, you know several people have picked up on a "Phoenix" sync lately. Read here, here, here, here and several of the recent comments about Phoenix, red birds, and more, here.
I have detailed several buildings links in "Frank Lloyd Wright and Synchromysticism," as well as looking at more FLW buildings synchrocinematically: Ennis-Brown House (here), and Elrod House (here).
Now news that has been flying under the radar is being revealed today in wire stories nationally.
Phoenix developers want to raze the 1952 house Frank Lloyd Wright designed for his son David. Today.
Yes, today is the day the above pictured FLW house may come down, according to the New York Times article about the possible destruction of this Phoenix masterpiece, entitled "Wright Masterwork Is Seen in a New Light: A Fight for Its Life."
Remarkably, this Phoenix-FLW is located in a neighborhood with another power name, Arcadia! Arcadia was the home of Pan!
Let's hope that calmer minds prevail, and the David & Gladys Wright House, or the David Wright House is saved. BTW, David and Gladys lived in the house until their deaths. David died in 1997 at 102; Gladys in 2008, at the age of 104.
The Phoenix lexilink has crashed with Frank Lloyd Wright sync!