Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

August 19, 2012

"The Electric Jesus" Book by Jonathan Talat Phillips

As those who read this blog regularly would know, I have had a lot of synchronicities with blue crosses in the last year, or two.
Now, I must state first off that I am not a Christian in the fundamentalist sense, as I do not like the dogmatic stance of a lot of so called "Christian" churches and organizations.
But there are a lot of good practices embedded in most of these religions including the Catholic Church, it's just some of the dogma that gets to me.
Our Lady of Victories Catholic Church, Brisbane.
I came across The Electric Jesus by accident, and so far it is an enlightening read.
It's amazing where these electric blue crosses have been turning up for me.
The Grey/The Grays and the Triad
The blue cross and other stuff I picked up at the Woodford Folkfest last year.
 But this looks like an interesting book to me.

Update: 20th August, 2012
Talking about blue crosses, I watched the movie Nacho Libre the other day and while I probably wouldn't recommend it as a great film, I was amused to find another blue cross in this film also.
I probably would never have watched it if it wasn't on a five set movie package which I purchased for the two movies Wayne's World and Without A Paddle.
I really liked this song which was playing over the credits at the beginning of this movie called I Am, I Am.
I just wish it said spiritual instead of religious man.
But I can live with it.
I also thought it was funny when I found two of my favourite DVDs sitting next to each other saying "I Am" "The Way".

4 comments:

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Okay, this will be a stretch for me. Like you, I'm not into traditional religion, but unlike you,I tear away from any hint of the stuff. It's like when a friend recommended A Course i Miracles...I just couldn't get beyond the Jesus stuff and never finished the book.But because it's you, Daz, who is posting, I'll give it a try.

Mike Clelland! said...

I just finished recording an interview with Jonathan Talot Phillips. Should be up and posted soon!

Mike C!

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

I can't wait to hear it Mike.
Unfortunately my computer is broken and I have to beg and borrow other family members computers when they are not on them,so it could take me a little while before I get a chance to sit down and hear it.
But I will listen to it for sure.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

I've now listened to that podcast with Talat (the Sufi name he likes to go by now) Mike and I have to say it was one of my favourite podcasts that I have listened to on your blog...and there are many on your blog that I like.
I can't wait for your follow up with Talat.
I'm about 3/4 the way through his book at the moment and find it a very interesting read...and I think you will too Mike.