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

- Jake Kotze

February 14, 2013

42 minutes

William Morgan and Douglas Bolles
host a
lively weekly conversation
 in which they naturally discuss

"the answer to the ultimate question of life,
the universe, and everything"

with the interesting authors, thinkers,
 syncers and philosophers of our day
The show is recorded live on Tuesday mornings
11:11 a.m.(Eastern standard time),
and has its genesis in a series of discussions
The Sync Book,
of which,
both hosts are authors.

Gravity train

42 minutes, 12 seconds???
"The movie takes place in 1988
Frank tells Donnie the world will end in 28 days, 06 hours,  
42 minutes, and 12 seconds. 
If you add these numbers, the sum is 88
When Samantha asks when she can have kids, Donnie says: 
"Not until 8th grade." 
Donnie mentions to his therapist that his dog Callie died when he was eight
He is later seen holding a stuffed toy dog in her office. 
Donnie jokes about the Back to the Future DeLorean which had a speed of 88 MPH. According to the television reporter, the fire at Jim Cunningham's house was extinguished "sometime after 8:00 last night." 
The red-eye flight that almost crashes is Flight 2806 which boards at Gate 42 at 12 AM. 
The climax of Donnie Darko occurs one week before the 1988 US presidential election, when George Bush won on November 8, 1988 11/08/88
The movie was shot (for a budget of less than US$5 million) in 28 days. 
There are 28 scenes in the director's cut of this film. "
Release Date:
April 12, 2013 (4/12)
George Ferris Gets A Google Doodle For Valentine’s Day
 When the Pope resigns on the 28th Feb,
there will be 42 days between the dates until the movie 42 is released 
on the 12th April (4/12).
And there are 13 days between Valentines Day (2/14
and the 28th Feb.
But when it comes to synchromysticism...
I guess I know Jack, right?
"My name's not Frank. It's Jack Bauer."
"There are things in this world which are out of our control.
Sometimes we like to blame ourselves for them
so we can try to make sense out of them
"I'm at a crossroads."
"I know what it's like to feel like it's never going to end."
"Trust me. You do not want to go down this road with me."

42 (number)


1 comment:

  1. Uh-oh. When Jack Bauer appears, I run in the opposite direction.