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

- Jake Kotze

June 30, 2015

217, 237, Darts and Bullseye Syncs

From front of dartboard to the circle - 237 cm?

217 is the infamous room number in Stephen King's novel The Shining and was changed by Stanley Kubrick to #237 in the film version of King's book.
I'm reading a book at the moment called Bullseye!, about achieving your goals and is an analogy about the bulls-eye at the centre of the dartboard that you aim for.
Interestingly enough, you are supposed to be at least 237cm away from a dartboard to throw a dart, and we see Danny playing darts in the movie The Shining, which is famous for the Room 237 and what takes place in it.
I've also just bought a new washing machine and the default setting is a cotton wash that goes for 217 minutes (Room number for 237 in the King novel) and always comes up when you turn the machine on.
My new washing machine and
the default
217 minute wash cycle.
In the You Tube below it is mentioned that "in the book Jack's wife is a gorgeous blonde, but in the movie Jack's wife is played by Shelly Duvall, who looks like she was put in a washing machine and left there after too many cycles":-)
Also, the author of Bullseye! writes how he used to be a manager of a ski resort in Canada in his book.
The Big White Ski Resort that Blake was a manager of
All work and no play?
Jack throws a tennis ball.
Tennis ball rolling to Danny in The Shining.
From the Big White Ski resort's website
dog retrieving a tennis ball.
Flipside of the Dartboard
I like how synchy it is that Blake uses the Apollo mission footage to introduce his You Tube above, considering the theories in the movie Room 237 about the moon landings and their connection to Kubrick's movie The Shining.
Blake Beatie, the author of Bullseye! is also the instigator of "Pay It Forward" Day.

June 24, 2015

Believe It, or Not, This Clip is Worth Watching

I have to first confess that I'm not one for having much faith in people who call themselves "psychics".
From my experiences of attending a few Spiritual Churches in my hometown and watching people who call themselves psychic work, I have to admit that I'm left feeling very disappointed in what I have seen with the majority of so-called psychics and what they have to say.
Although, I do believe there are genuine psychics out there in the world, I have to say that I tend to recoil from people who call themselves psychics, because most are just self-deluded individuals with egos to be fed, or flat-out con artists just after people's money for a few blanket statements of comforting words.
But I have to say the clip of Harry T above is very well worth listening to for the wisdom and heart felt words expressed, which really resonate with my own feelings on a lot of the subjects discussed in the clip above.
I have no idea what Harry T is like as a psychic, but his heart and ego do seem to be in the right place.
Have a listen and see what you think.
"There is no manual to live life, however, there are signs everywhere." - Harry T

June 22, 2015

Thanks! You Are Keeping the Media Free ... or You Could Be

I received this e-mail today and I thought it was important enough to pass on to readers like you who may wish to support the independent media underdogs against the media barons such as Rupert Murdoch and his monopolizing media takeovers.
It doesn't even matter what country you live in on the planet you can still lend a hand whether you buy a subscription, or just sign up to receive a free newsletter.
Every bit helps in the bid to keep an independent voice alive in the media.
Here is the email I received today, with links that you can click on -


You are keeping the media free 

Right now, Echonetdaily subscribers like you are helping us to fight Rupert Murdoch’s growing control of the media in Australia. 

Murdoch’s News Corp recently became the major shareholder in APN, the company that publishes the Northern Star, Byron Shire News, Ballina Advocate, Tweed Daily News and Lismore’s Northern Rivers Echo. But few people realise just how much News Corp’s political-influence footprint has grown throughout Australia in recent months.  

(Australia’s leading non-government independent online news source), said this last week about News Corp:

 The company – through its director, shareholder, management or “associate” proxies, now owns or has the key influence over:
  • The vast majority of metro newspapers;
  • The vast majority of suburban newspapers;
  • The majority of regional daily newspapers;
  • Two key radio networks;
  • One of three free-to-air TV networks; and
  • Australia’s only pay-TV network.’ 
At the same time, funding for government bodies such as the ABC and SBS is being cut, and they are under commercial pressures.

Why are we fighting? Three very good reasons:

  1. How could any politician or government resist this kind of influence? Without independent media like the ABC, The Echo, and Crikey, everyone will start to believe that mainstream media tells the truth.
  2. Even more money is siphoned offshore to multinationals who pay little or no tax. Apart from News Corp, other major shareholders of APN are multinational corporations. And if you think online media will fix the problem, just consider how much tax Google pays in Australia (virtually none). Communities thrive on small businesses circulating money locally, not large companies sending it out of the area.
  3. Huge online companies are getting too much power. Google, Facebook, Twitter, etc monitor your every online move, because if you can be told what to think you can be told what to buy.
The good news is that The Echo can remain a small, yet strong, independent print and online media outlet with your help:

Keep your subscription to Echonetdaily, and email your friends to encourage them to subscribe (it’s free, as you know). This shows potential advertisers that independent media is valued.

Like us on Facebook:

Support our advertisers. Even if you don’t buy anything from them, let them know that you value their support of independent media – they may not realise how important they are to the survival of a free press.

Support us by advertising in print or online – email
After all, twice as many people read The Echo as the Byron News [3].

Email to tell the General Manager of the Byron Shire Council that you would have preferred council advertising to stay with the company that’s 95% locally owned (Council recently switched from The Echo to support the Murdoch-owned APN papers such as the Byron News and Northern Star).

Go to and buy a subscription.

Support community radio (in the Byron area the station is called BayFM) – they have independent programming and opinions.

The Murdoch influence in Australia is unprecedented in the history of democracy. Even the news agenda of the ABC and Fairfax is partly a response to coverage in the Murdoch-owned press. The Echo has to source much of its international and national news from AAP[4] Community radio often sources its coverage from Murdoch-owned media. We need to value what independence we have left.

If you’re sick and tired of the mainstream press multinational spin, and media manipulation of weak politicians, please keep your strong stance, vote with your wallet if possible and tell others how much you value an independent press in your area.

[1] Source: June 17, 2015.

[2] Source:

[3] Source: Roy Morgan Research June 11, 2015.

[4] AAP is 45% owned by Fairfax and 45% owned by News Corp. See

A sincere thank you to those who signed up, even if it was only for a free newsletter.
Every little bit helps.

June 21, 2015

Synchronicity's - The deal you made with the Universe?

Interesting video on the theory of Synchronicity that I stumbled across on a Google search.
I found the above videos after reading a post at Synchrosecrets about a video Trish stumbled across by a guy talking about synchronicity -
Synchro Video

June 18, 2015

Leigh McCloskey: The Hieroglyph of the Human Soul

I came across this interesting artist 
(Leigh J McCloskey) at Whitley Strieber's site a while back and really like what he has to say in the above You Tube, so I thought I would re-post it here, as I have been moving house this week and don't have the time, or energy to write some of the posts that I have been planning to write ... and there are a lot of them banking up at the moment, which I feel I need to write ... so stay tuned.
Leigh as Mitch Cooper in the TV show 'Dallas'
I've been told by my friend Andrew West Griffin that Leigh was a heartthrob star on 'Dallas' in the 1980's. 
He played Mitch Cooper in that show.
I was never into 'Dallas' and I'm still not, but I find his artwork and explanations of his artwork fascinating and worth checking out.
And on a synchy note, as I told my blogging friend Loren COLEMAN,
Leigh played a character named Lee COLEMAN in an episode of 'Bones' -
The Truth in the Myth
 "A TV show host who systematically exposed fraud and superstition is killed in a forest where he intended to disprove the existence of the Latin-American mythological 'goat-thief', at first sight in the way the fable creature strikes. 
Suspects include parties he exposed but also professional rivals. 
Booth patiently sits trough Bones' pitiful attempt to practice humor and welcomes her explanation for his sole 'cryptozoological' encounter with an apparent yeti."
Looks like Loren already knew about the show anyway - 
L. Coleman Appears On "Bones"
Loren Coleman’s comprehensive blog -  

June 14, 2015

A Dalai Lama Miracle the Day After His Visit to the Red Centre?

Daniel Spakman's photo of a double rainbow
and ice at Ilparpa, Alice Springs
Just a day after the Dalai Lama visits the Red Centre of Australia this happens-

"A hail storm in Central Australia that turned the Red Centre white has been met with a mix of joy and bewilderment.
The ice blanketed the ground around Alice Springs on Saturday afternoon, with people stopping their cars on the roads out of the town to capture the phenomenon.
Ray Rowe took video from the side of the road and wrote
"So much ICE in Alice Springs right now".
The video, posted on the ABC Alice Springs Facebook page, has been shared over 7,000 times.
Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Angeline Prasad described the event as "unusual".
"Hail can happen at any time of the year, 

but [it is] more common during spring and summer." "
Winter wonderland in the Red Centre as hail transforms desert
Pity the Double Rainbow Guy wasn't there to witness this rather unusual event;-)
The Dalai Lama on his first visit to Uluru,
 Central Australia,
"On his first visit to Uluru, the 79-year-old met with traditional owners at a sacred waterhole, where he spoke of the need for respect for the traditional cultures of the area.
"They are [the] local people right from the beginning, so their culture — it is very important to keep their cultural heritage," he said.
He emerged from his meeting hand-in-hand with two local Anangu women and told of one woman he met who could speak 80 traditional languages.
The Tibetan spiritual leader said he was astounded by the complexity of the local culture and told those in attendance they could preserve precious Aboriginal custom and traditional knowledge by adapting modern technology.
"The important part is, in different parts of the world, indigenous people, local people, they have their own cultural heritage, so that's the main reason [I am here]: in order to express my respect to your (Australian indigenous) culture," he said.
The Dalai Lama encouraged local Aboriginal people to maintain traditional names.
"It is important to keep their own traditional name — modern education, modern dress, but they would keep their traditional name," he said.
That message has gained the attention of local traditional owners, who said the Dalai Lama's support could help improve the wellbeing of their people.
The spiritual leader also spoke of his scientific fascination with Uluru.
"Monks, we always stress the importance of investigation, so therefore I am very, very keen to see future discussion from scientists about these rocks, the basis of the material."
Later, hundreds gathered on a local football oval to hear the
Dalai Lama talk about the Tibetan pursuit of happiness."
Dalai Lama meets with Uluru traditional owners; says more needs to be done to protect culture
The Dalai Lama is greeted
on his arrival at
And the day before the Dalai Lama visited Uluru this happened -

"A Taiwanese man who was airlifted off Uluru after being trapped on the rock for more than 24 hours is recovering in hospital."
 The 27-year-old fell about 20 metres into a crevice high on Uluru on Thursday and spent the night with multiple limb fractures and head injuries.
He was rescued in what police described as a slow and difficult process involving a helicopter and an abseiling operation.
The man is now stable and in a general ward in
Alice Springs Hospital.
Keith Hutton, who coordinated the tourist's rescue, said the operation took 10 hours because of dangerous conditions on the rock."
Taiwanese tourist recovering after night trapped in Uluru crevice
So, if this isn't all just a coincidence cluster, then as the Double Rainbow Guy yells out in his You Tube above, "what does it all mean?".

June 3, 2015

The IBM Building and The 13 Floor?

"THE IBM building in Brisbane’s CBD is now back in the hands of the owner after a fire broke out in the ceiling of the 13th floor today.
Fire investigators conducted atmospheric testing in the building due to the excessive amount of smoke.
Special equipment, known as a MultiRAE, was used to declare the scene safe.
Most of the personnel and equipment had left the scene by 4pm.
Edward St has also reopened after being partially closed after the fire broke out around 12pm.
Investigators will return to the site in the morning."
IBM Brisbane building catches fire
Hmm ... The 13th Floor, hey?
That rings a bell somewhere;-)
 "Computer scientist Hannon Fuller has discovered something extremely important. 
He's about to tell the discovery to his colleague, Douglas Hall, but knowing someone is after him, the old man leaves a letter in the computer generated parallel world his company has created  
(which looks like the 30's with seemingly real people with real emotions)
Fuller is murdered in our real world the same night, and his colleague is suspected. 
Douglas discovers a bloody shirt in his bathroom and he cannot recall what he was doing the night Fuller was murdered. 
He logs into the system in order to find the letter, but has to confront the unexpected. 
The truth is harsher than he could ever imagine..."
The 13th Floor
UPDATE: 1st November, 2015
I watched The 13th Floor  for the first time last night (October 31st).
Not as good as I hoped it would be, but it was worth a watch ... just.

June 1, 2015

PowerHunch: Living an Intuitive Life

I'm in the middle of reading a book called "Powerhunch" by Marcia Emery at the moment and have to say that it is well worth the read from what I have read so far.
My friend Trish at Synchrosecrets wrote a post about using intuition to pick Powerball numbers, which is funny, because I've been doing the same thing for the last few weeks and like her I've had some good success rates (so far) at getting the powerball right but failing at getting the normal numbers right.
Powerball Precognition
I have a hunch that we should all be using our intuition more;-)