Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

June 15, 2021

Wow, Just Watching the Wheels Go Round is Big in Yemen, Russia and France For Some Reason?

I noticed lately that I'm getting a lot of hits from Yemen and France lately, and now Russia, too.
And that's just my "now" blog stats.
And there's my stats for the day.
Wow, considering Yemen's population is only about 3 million more than Australia's those are impressive hit rates for a blog like this one.
Just thought I'd let you know that I know you guys in Yemen and France are watching, too:-)  

LIFE ... is Just a Thought Experiment ... Says Who?-)

The Cryptoterrestrials
Essays about cats/Mac Tonnies
The Trans-Dimensionals?
More synchro-groovyness?
137 Hidden Experience Episodes?
#137?
I was just thinking how ironic life is that
Mac Tonnies passed away 12 years ago in 2009, the Year of the Ox, and was born in 1975, the Year of the Cat:-) 
 
The Octopus in the Room Hey Bud?
Audio Interviews with Mac Tonnies
A Hidden Rorschach Test: Who?
2012andbeyond's Podcast: Dr. Michael Newton - Between Lives
Dragon Boat Festival ... Today?
2012andbeyond's Podcast
When I found the Michael Newton podcast from 2009 I also found a podcast featuring Miriam Delicado at the same podcast site featuring a lady who Mike Clelland would mention quite a bit, so I had a listen to that podcast featuring Miriam and wondered what she was doing now?
Life is a journey ... or a thought experiment, as THEY say:-)
And everyone seems to be dealing with their own thought experiments right now;-)
Countdown to Disclosure?
Considering that "disinfectant" remark aired in 2019 Podesta seems ahead of his time with that comment, considering what Trump will say about injecting  "disinfectant" in 2020;-)

Steal This Book/Movie/Podcast ... Whatever?

I recently finished reading
Abbie Hoffman's deplorable book
'STEAL THIS BOOK' after watching the Netflix movie
'The Trial of the Chicago 7' and realizing I had bought the book (not stolen it) years ago, because the book was recommended to me by someone years ago as one of those books that you have to read before you die ... or before getting killed from a Leftist pipe bomb, or shot in the head by a Right-wing racist nut-bag:-)
To my thinking the extreme Left is no better than the extreme Right.
Not hard to see why after you've read this piece of garbage I think.
When I was a kid I fantasied about becoming a Hippie when I grew up, but someone with morals, unlike Hoffman was when you read his anarchic criminal cookbook.
This book ain't worth stealing, unless you need toilet paper:-)
Episode 6: Steal This Podcast: The Abbie Hoffman Papers
The 'American Rhapsody' podcast
As much as I liked Abbie's Merry Prankster-like street theater gags, that doesn't absolve him from telling people to steal, shop-lift, blow things up, vandalize and to rip people off.  
No wonder he ended up ending it all ... or did he?-)
'STEAL THIS BOOK'
Hoffman's fellow Chicago Seven defendant David Dellinger disputed this; he said, "I don't believe for one moment the suicide thing" and said that Hoffman had "numerous plans for the future." 
However, the coroner stood by the ruling, saying, "There is no way to take that amount of phenobarbital without intent. It was intentional and self-inflicted.""
Kind of ironic reading this book in 2021:-)
A YIPPIE SEANCE! — Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin Take Credit for Last Week's Insurrection?
Even Hoffman's sidekick in crime ... fighting Jerry Rubin was killed J-walking allegedly -
"On November 14, 1994, Rubin was struck by a motorist as he attempted to cross Wilshire Boulevard, in front of his penthouse apartment in the Westwood area of Los Angeles, California.
It was a Monday evening and weekday traffic was heavy, with three lanes moving in each direction. One motorist swerved to avoid
Mr. Rubin, but a second driver, immediately behind the first, struck him.
He was taken to the UCLA Medical Center, where he died of a heart attack two weeks later."
"Hoffman's life was dramatized in the 2000 film Steal This Movie!, in which he was portrayed by Vincent D'Onofrio."
Robert Greenwald is president of Brave New Films, a nonprofit film company that he founded after a career in commercial television and film to motivate and educate viewers on the most pressing issues of the day and also directed the 2000 film
'STEAL THIS MOVIE!' as well as the movie 'Xanadu':-)
STEAL THIS GUN?-)
I'll stay right here, just slightly left of center, thank you very much:-) 
I did like Cohen's performance as Abbie Hoffman in the Netflix movie, by the way, even if I didn't like Hoffman's book.
I gave my book away to my eldest son, who recommended the Netflix movie to me, as I don't want the book in my home anymore now that I have read it from cover to deplorable cover. 
A BoRAT/Bombshell in 2020?