Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

August 30, 2013

Eye Sync, Therefore I am?-)

Graham Hancock
I saw Graham Hancock had posted the above photo of himself with the eye patch on his Facebook page on the 28th August. He wrote -
" Second surgery this year. This time minor. Some sort of growth under my left eye biopsied this morning and sent off for diagnosis. Eye patch makes me feel like a pirate but won't be wearing it for long! Bloody uncomfortable and need to get back to work. "
I was at the 32:28 minute mark of the above video on LSD where it says "They call it the hollow mask study,it's all about the way our mind plays tricks on what the eyes see"
Matt Doust with his eye-patched artworks.
Then I saw the story on artist Matt Doust from Oz who died in LA yesterday"
Internationally recognised WA artist Matt Doust dies in Los Angeles
The photo of him the ABC Radio's news website used was of Matt sitting in front of his artwork of two people with eye-patches over the same eye as Graham Hancock has at the moment.
" Doust, who was known for his highly refined portrait oil paintings, died after reportedly having a seizure.
The 29-year-old had a strong following among art collectors both nationally and internationally, including Hollywood actors Jim Carey and Mickey Rourke."

Jim Carey!??? (The Mask?)
The Mask?
You just can't make this stuff up if you tried. 

Robert Crumb

Oh...and Happy Birthday Robert Crumb.

Robert Crumb
Rak Razam, Graham Hancock, Dan Schreiber Des Tramacchi, Dennis McKenna.
"Origins of Consciousness Tour" - Brisbane
Graham Hancock Talking About His Banned TED Talk

2 comments:

Mike Perry said...

Interesting video. Reminded me of the UK currency prior to 1971 when it was called LSD - from the Latin 'librae, solidi and denarii' or 'pounds, shillings and pence.' In the UK Lysergic acid diethylamide was often known as pounds shillings and pence in 'the trade'.

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Somewhere in our attic, I have that Joplin album with crumb's illustration. Interesting about UK's currency, too!