Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

December 8, 2016

The Magick/Leary/Rune Soup Connection

I've been on a bit of a podcast binge lately and my iPad has become a bit like my substitute teddy bear, where I have even been sleeping with it right next to my head with a podcast playing as I try to hear a little more before drifting off to sleep. 
This morning I was listening to Zach Leary's podcast #66 with Jason Louv and Ram Dass -
ZACH LEARY – EP. 66 – JASON LOUV + RAM DASS
I've always been a bit of a Ram Dass fan, as I've written before on this blog -
Be Here Now...Again
I don't see Ram Dass as a guru, I just see him as a guy who wrote a book that I liked and have never been able to keep off my bookshelf.
It's a bit like my 'Catcher in the Rye', in a way;-) 
The weird thing though was that while I'm listening to 
Zach (son of Tim) Leary's podcast I see on my iPad that Gordon White has a new podcast at his Rune Soup blog titled,
Talking Timothy Leary and Twentieth Century Weirdness with John Higgs
So I paused Zach's podcast and listened to the Rune Soup podcast before going back and listening to the rest of Zach's podcast.
Then I go to Jason Louv's website to find out more about him because I had never heard of him before.
The first thing I see when I get to Jason's website is a link to his latest podcast titled -
Stephen Edred Flowers on Icelandic Magic and the Runes
Well, all I can say is that,
"It's all happening and it's an interesting time to BE HERE NOW in this soup we are all swimming in". ;-) 

December 7, 2016

'Me & Paranormal You' Podcast

Experience 149 – Alien Con Interviews, George Noory & More
I listened to this episode today and found it interesting and entertaining.
I'm not really that much into the UFO thing...probably because I haven't seen one, yet...but I found this show interesting when it talked about my favorite subjects, ghosts, orbs and old TV shows like 'Lost in Space' and 'Star Trek' and what went on between the studios and the makers of the series.
Ryan Singer is a stand-up comedian with an interest in the paranormal, two of my favourite things, which you wouldn't think would go together too well, but always seems to for some reason.
'Me & Paranormal You' is worth a listen, I think.
Some of the things discussed on the show I find hard to believe, but I'd like to.
Still an entertaining listen, even when I can't believe.

Buzz Aldrin Treated by Dr David Bowie in Middle Earth (NZ) in Remarkable Coincidence?

Buzz Aldrin treated by Dr David Bowie in remarkable coincidence
"Buzz Aldrin, the second person to walk on the Moon, is being cared for by Dr David Bowie in a New Zealand hospital after being evacuated from the South Pole.
In a remarkable coincidence, Mr Aldrin's doctor shares the name of the late British singer whose greatest hits included songs such as Starman and others about space travel, which could easily have been penned for the great American astronaut.
The strange circumstance certainly tickled Mr Aldrin's manager, Christina Korp, who posted a photo on Twitter of Mr Aldrin and Dr Bowie together in a Christchurch hospital.
"Thank heaven @TheRealBuzz's doctor is David Bowie," Ms Korp said on Twitter.
"You can't make this stuff up."
Bowie, the singer and actor, released his smash hit Space Oddity about a fictional astronaut who loses communication with ground control in 1969, just days before Neil Armstrong and Mr Aldrin became the first humans to set foot on the Moon.
Their moonwalk, part of the Apollo 11 lunar landing, was watched by a then-record television audience of 600 million people worldwide.
Bowie, who also adopted the alter ego of Ziggy Stardust, followed the success of Space Oddity with the release of Starman in 1972.
Mr Aldrin, 86, was evacuated from the South Pole on the weekend after falling ill and was flown to Christchurch on New Zealand's South Island, where he remains in quarantine.
He has been advised by doctors to remain until fluid in his lungs clears.
Bowie, who won the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006, died earlier this year.
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Lucky that he didn't go to the moon then;-)
The "movie screen" in  the movie 'Arrival'?-)
Something is going down (in Christchurch?), that's for sure;-)