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Science Fiction Envisioning the Future

Science fiction writers have a long tradition of envisioning the future and its technology that later becomes scientific fact. Take Jules Verne. In his 1870 novel, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, he imagined an underwater ship powered by electricity. American … Continue reading

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Spider Woman Speaks!

Lauren Raine is an artist who lives in Tucson and her work is indescribably beautiful. It focuses on the Native American archetype of Spider Woman. She blogs about her work, archetypes, myth, and synchronicity. The image of hands at the … Continue reading

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Howling at the Moon

In our book 7 Secrets of Synchronicity, the fourth secret is The Creative: that creativity lies at the heart of synchronicity. Creativity is like a wolf, howling at the moon. It surges up from somewhere deep within, you throw your … Continue reading

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SIMPLE SYNCHROS

Once upon a time, I thought that I should write about only big synchronicities, the ones that are, you know, life-changing, totally weird, defying all odds.   And while I love those kinds of synchros, am awed and humbled by them, … Continue reading

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