Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

April 23, 2013

42 Below Sync

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Alex Robinson from the blog Too Long in This Place
(well she lives in NZ so who can blame her for that title;-)
Syncing Well  
was a guest on Andras Jones' new sync podcast Synchronize which was about synchronicity, Jackie ROBINSON Day, the movie 42 and the Boston Marathon bombings
Andras asked Alex to pick an 8-Ball song and she came up with the

 Alex took the cold outside part of the lyrics on board.
42 Below is pretty damn cold;-)
What they didn't realize at the time of the podcast was that Chrissy Amphlett  the lead singer of the Divinyls would pass away the same day the podcast aired.

Andras Jones
Chrissy was 53 (5+3=8) when she passed.

Chrissy wrote the song Back to the Wall,
which was used for Andras' movie Nightmare on Elm Street 4.
Divinyls - Back to the Wall 
(Nightmare 4 versiĆ³n)
You can see Andras and Chrissy in the same clip above.
If you listen to the lyrics of Back to the Wall in relation to the Boston bombings it will knock your sox off, pardon the pun;-)
 Now the funny thing here also is that the writer of 42
Brian Helgeland also wrote Nightmare on Elm Street 4.
In fact it was his first Hollywood movie.
Nightmare on Elm St. 4 The Dream Master Trailer

Brian Helgeland




And also The Order (AKA The Sin Eater) starring Heath Ledger.
Ledger plays Alex in that movie, too;-)
You couldn't make this stuff up if you tried.
 And here's Jake Kotze's latest film Armed With a Dream -
ARMED With a DREAM - Peace of Me 
Here's another interesting blog-post at  The Mask of God blog -
Joy Division (Slayer and Slain)

2 comments:

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Ok, I'm exhausted. How do you find all this stuff, Daz? I thought my daughter knew everything there was about movies, but you've got her beat by a long shot.

Mike Perry said...

Like Trish I wonder how you manage to collate so much - an encyclopedia knowledge or lots of graft?