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

- Jake Kotze

May 5, 2015

9/11, Synchromysticism and Back to the Future,1,2 & 3? (Part 3)

Twin Towers?
Right behind the McFly's home?
This is a continuation of my previous post -
9/11, Synchromysticism and Back to the Future, 1, 2 & 3? (Part 2)  
where I explore synchromystic links, or coincidences (if you prefer) 
in the three Back to the Future films that may be hinting to a future 9/11 event which is now in our past, but was in the film's future.
 Bockscar, the plane that dropped the bomb on Nagasaki.

A flying Bockscar (boxcar?)?
I'll also be expanding on the more deliberate links  
(in my opinion anyway) 
between the BTTF film's subtext and the Nagasaki and Hiroshima bombings of Japan with nuclear powered bombs.
A broken clock under the bench, just gone past 8:15, too.
As well as just plain weird syncs in the films like the number on the back of the police car and this 2015 news story about a star cluster -
"According to a group of astronomers led by Prof Jean Turner of the University of California, Los Angeles, more than a million infant stars are forming in a massive star cluster in 
NGC 5253. "
Astronomers Spot Mysterious Star-Forming Cluster in Nearby Galaxy NGC 5253
I was re-watching the opening scene of BTTF again with the nagging feeling that I had missed something crucial.
When I got to the coffee machine with the boiling water I noticed it was a General Electric brand coffee machine, so I keyed in Atomic Bomb & General Electric to Google Search and found a very interesting 15 min film made by GE which is well worth taking a look at.
A is for Atom GE 1952
"When this baby hits 88, I think we're going to see some serious s#!t"?!
Notice that the clock on the General Electric coffee machine is broken and appears to be set on 8:08? 88?
"During the war, Bill Mobley had switched from DuPont to  
General Electric
He stayed with the company after the war. In the late 1960s, after years in California, the couple moved to Wilmington, where Bill Mobley helped build the GE nuclear plant at Castle Hayne and later managed its reactor and fuels manufacturing division."
Wrightsville Beach woman recalls top-secret atomic bomb project
Aerial view of the Fukushima plant area in 1975.
The six reactors in the 2011 Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant catastrophe had been designed by General Electric. 
Their design had been criticized as far back as 1972. 

"No wonder your president's an actor, he has to look good on television"
"In the 1950s GE sponsored Ronald Reagan's TV career and launched him on the lecture circuit as a crusader against big government.
General Electric
GE was the primary focus of a 1991 short subject Academy Award-winning documentary,  
Deadly Deception: General Electric, Nuclear Weapons, and Our Environment, 
that juxtaposed GE's "We Bring Good Things To Life" commercials with the true stories of workers and neighbors whose lives have been affected by the company's 
activities involving nuclear weapons." 
Some consumers boycotted GE light bulbs, refrigerators and other products in the 1980s and 1990s to protest GE's role in nuclear weapons production
And considering the "Back to the Future" franchise was made by Universal it's interesting that "in 2004, GE bought 80% of Universal Pictures from Vivendi. Vivendi bought 20% of NBC forming the company NBCUniversal. GE then owned 80% of NBC Universal and Vivendi owned 20%. 
By January 28, 2011 GE owned 49% and Comcast 51%. 
On March 19, 2013, Comcast bought GE's shares in NBCU for $16.7 billion."
The above shot is a scene from Dr. Strangelove
(with subtitles put in) 
referring to the CRM 114 and in the opening shot of 
Back to the Future we see Marty plug his guitar into a device with 
CRM 114 marked on it, so it is an obvious reference to  
Dr. Strangelove by the makers of BTTF.
Dr. Strangelove was a film about the stupidity of atomic warfare 
and in a way so is  Back to the Future.
Still time maybe?
The BTTF movies are always referencing the time just before the first mass fatal attack with atomic weapons (Hiroshima-8:15) and the time just after the attack.

Too late?
Remember all those clocks on the wall in the opening scene of BTTF are running 25 minutes slow,so the "broken" clock under the bench is the right time...
just past 8:15.
Read my old post -
Back to the Future: The Massive Speaker is Meant to be the Bomb that was Dropped on Hiroshima at 8:15
for why I think the opening scene of BTTF is about the dropping of the bomb on Hiroshima. 
It's become one deep rabbit hole indeed and I'm sure it goes further than I think it does, too.
But getting back to the 9/11 synchromystic references in the three films,which are probably not consciously put there by the filmmakers,but are nevertheless interestingly coincidental in the ways of the Collective Unconscious, I tend to think anyway.
Masonic sign for Entered Apprentice?
I mentioned Freemasonry in part 1 of these posts and I'm going to point out some other interesting scenes from the BTTF trilogy.
At the Republican National Convention, Clint Eastwood made a weird speech which involved speaking to an empty chair . Then there was the cut throat gesture when Clint drew his hand across his throat .

Here lies?
In this scene above we see two tombstones (pillars?) side by side with one being carved with the word "Here lies" by a stone mason. 
Lies about the twin pillars/towers in the future...literally in the future that is?
In this scene Doc's girlfriend tells him that she has heard some "Whoppers" in her time, 
which makes me wonder if this is just more product placement for Burger King 
(Doc lives right next to a Burger King in BTTF and his house is littered with Whopper wrappers on the floor in the opening clock scene),
or that in the future (as in the past) we a going to be told some real 
"Whoppers" from people that we should be able to trust?
A Whopper wrapper?

The bad guy in BTTF 3  flies into the pillar of (here) lies,it then falls to the ground.
The bad guy then ends up in a pile of manure (more lies?) .
On the square?
Marty (AKA Clint Eastwood) is hung in the town square...
or at least framed by a timber square,by the looks of this shot from 
the movie BTTF 3.
On the square?
This phrase is associated with Freemasonry
The angle measures the square, the symbol of earth and the realm of the material. 
The square reprents fairness, balance, and firmness which is reflected in phrases such as "on the square" and "squared away." 
Something that is squared is something that is stable, a foundation for building upon.
Marty is was caught by "Mad Dog" Tannen on a dark horse.
The star of Freemasonry is Sirius (the Dog star).   
"There is a famous Masonic image where there is the Sun (Osis) on the left 
(also note the left hemisphere of our brain is our logical/analytical half, which is dominate in men) and on the right is the moon (Isis) 
(the right hemisphere of our brain is our creative/intuitive half, dominate in women)
In the center is the “perfect being” / “great initiate” / “enlightened one”  
(call it what you may) 
denoted by Horus’s All-Seeing Eye with 
the star Sirius blazing behind it."
Sirius’s Connection to Human History
There are also interesting scenes in BTTF 3 which could perhaps be pointing to something like people suggest about Kubrick's nods in The Shining to the fake Apollo moonwalks, 
or they just may be Pop Cultural references to the eighties.
 There is a theory by Rob Ager that Kubrick's The Shining also had a subtext about Native American genocide, as well.
"Come on Dad,we can't hold those reservations all day"says Marty's sister.
Native American reservations?
Marty and his mum are dressed in similar Native American patterns, too.
Only the filmmakers know that one for sure.
 Moonwalker came out in '88. ;-)    
"The fourth segment begins with the "Badder" short film transitioning into the second short film, "Speed Demon", directed by Claymation innovator Will Vinton. 
A portion of the clip is set to Jackson's song "Speed Demon".
After filming "Badder", Little Michael and his bodyguards  

(also young kids) are leaving the set and walk through a cloud of smoke and come out as their regular age. 
A boy and his grandmother spot Michael and prompts the other tourist fans to get off the bus and chase him for an autograph.
In an attempt to avoid the overzealous fans (even The Noid) and some gunslingers 
(after stumbling upon the filming of a Western directed by STEPHEN SPIELBERG)
Jackson soon disguises himself as a rabbit named Spike, using a costume from one of the film sets (imbued with animatronic properties using claymation, giving a similar combined-media effect as Who Framed Roger Rabbit? but with more obvious bluescreening) but ends up taunting the fans into chasing him once they realize it is him. 
Michael steals a motorcycle in order to flee, with the fans and paparazzi 
(now also appearing in Claymation form) 
giving chase in various other, more cartoonish vehicles. 
During the chase, he morphs into other celebrities, namely Sylvester Stallone, Tina Turner and Pee-Wee Herman, with the bike also briefly morphing  
(into a jackhammer, stop sign, waterski and jet pack) 
in repeatedly unsuccessful attempts to throw the fans off. 
After a long chase, the fans/press are finally thwarted by crashing into a giant (claymation) cop and are arrested. 
Freed of their attention, Michael rides on into the desert, and as the sun rises he pulls over in a canyon to remove the "Spike" costume. 
The costume then comes to life and challenges him to an extended dance-off. 
In the end, a passing traffic cop interrupts Michael to point out he is in a "No Dancing Zone", and when Michael turns to show him that he was competing with the rabbit, he sees that the rabbit has disappeared. 
The cop then sarcastically asks for Michael's autograph 
(as opposed to "signature") on the ticket. 
Just as Michael is preparing to leave, the rabbit's head materializes on a nearby rocky crag, which then nods to him and smiles."
After doing the "Moonwalk" Marty says See ya (Sia?) to Mad Dog Tannen,
which I thought was quite synchy considering one of the big hits of 2014/15 
(the setting for BTTF 2)
was "Chandelier" by Sia.
Michael Jackson also had a habit of hiding his face from the media as well.
Sia hides her face AGAIN in blonde wig while rocking cream-coloured pantsuit and towering red statement heels in Las Vegas.
After swinging from the chandelier Marty nearly gets run over by a horse.
Sia's hit Chandelier was a bit hit in the Chinese "Year of the Horse", 
along with Katy Perry's "Dark Horse".
Capricorn (1?), Cyclone Mar(s?) CIA, Lam and a Dark Moon?
Anyway, these are my main observations of the synchromystic and deliberate things embedded in the three BTTF movies by the filmmakers, but I'm sure there are a lot more,
so get digging readers.
I'll finish this post with a quote by Marty Scorsese, and hope that by my viewing of the three Back to the Future movies I've given Joe a pair of new eyes for his upcoming video about 9/11& BTTF.  
"You takin' to me...Tannen?"
Well, there is a reference to a Martin Scorsese movie 
after-all in BTTF 3.
And Martin was born in 19[42], 
so he must have all the answers I think. ;-) 

1 comment:

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Wow! Let's see the rest!