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

- Jake Kotze

August 29, 2015

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory ... and the Monolith?

I watched Charlie and the Chocolate Factory for the first time last night and loved how Tim Burton paid homage to Stanley Kubrick in the Television Room scene.
It reminded me of Joe Alexander's latest BTTF video about the monolith and touching the screen.
BACK TO THE FUTURE predicts 9/11?
 The above shot from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory also reminded me of a lot of Alex Grey paintings for some reason.
"Oversoul" by Alex Grey
In 1989, Alex Grey painted an amazing work called “Gaia
This scene above from the same movie also remind me of the latest video by Halfasheep -
Wormholes - Shapeshifting Cherub Masonic Portal Builders - Wayne Herschel vs Optus
And check out the kid who travels through the TV and the shirt 
he is wearing with the skull on it.
The skull reminds me of the necklace I have hanging to the right of my computer that I bought from Alex Grey's shop years ago.

Skull Fetus

"The skull/fetus portrays linear time and indicates the temporality of life. 
Confronted by the constraints of time, every instant offers the capacity to realize our timeless existence."
Bulls-eye? Squaring the circle?
I saw these scenes above from the movie  
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory of bulls-eyes which I thought was personally synchy, as I'm in the middle (bulls-eye?-) of reading a great motivational book named Bullseye, oddly enough.
And I have always liked the idea of a bulls-eye as a portal in an artistic representation of a portal for some reason.
217, 237, Darts and Bullseye Syncs
I also noted a number of portal type scenes throughout this version of Dahl's classic story of the chocolate factory.
Watch it for yourself and see what I mean.
Even the original scene of the TV room from  
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory is worth a look.
Roald Dahl sure wrote some esoteric children's stories and these movie versions seem to be no exception.
And on the subject of Dahl, check out  my post about the partner of his granddaughter Phoebe who I wrote a few weeks back -
My Ruby Rose and the Giant Peach Synch
Ruby Rose and her partner Phoebe Dahl.
Christopher Lee as Wilbur Wonka.
I also thought it was weird to see Christopher Lee (who just passed away weeks ago) playing Wilbur Wonka to Johnny Depp's Willy Wonka in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
And step this way to read my post about a mad dentist who pissed the world off by shooting a lion - 
What is it with Dentists and Capturing/Killing Exotic Species?
What an arsehole that dentist was thinking a poor lion would make a great bullseye.

August 24, 2015

The Clockwork Orange Effect?

I was sorting through my large CD collection recently just after moving house and came across the above Phil Collins CD  
Serious Hits Live.
I bought it years ago because it contained the song I picked out with my wife to have as our wedding waltz.
Song #13 on the album ironically enough looking back now.
I used to really love this song once, but now when I hear it come on the radio it makes me want to race over a switch the radio off, or on to another station and if I can't do that I start becoming mildly sick and irritated, obviously because it dredges up bad memories ... or rather memories that were once good and I was fond of, but now leaves me feeling hollow and angry.
Love on the Rocks ... A Fool's Journey?
This phenomena reminded me of a movie I snuck into the cinema to see when I was about 17 years old with my older brother's birth certificate, as you had to be at least 18 to get in.
That movie was A Clockwork Orange"In future Britain, charismatic delinquent Alex DeLarge is jailed and volunteers for an experimental aversion therapy developed by the government in an effort to solve society's crime problem - but not all goes according to plan."
I hated A Clockwork Orange when I first saw it and came out of the cinema feeling repulsed and angry, because Kubrick wrecked a song that was a mild favourite of mine - Singing in the Rain
In the movie there is a disturbing rape scene where the main character, Alex, beats up the husband of a lady he rapes in front of him to the song Singing in the Rain.
I could never to this day hear the song Singing in the Rain without recalling that ugly scene from A Clockwork Orange.
Which was what Kubrick was aiming to do by using this famous much loved happy song, in my opinion, because the film is all about making the main character sick to the stomach when he hears his once favourite music, or even thinks about doing a violent act to others.
This is all because he is strapped into a chair and forced to watch violent scenes while his favourite music is played to the film while doctors pump drugs into him that makes him violently sick, so in the future when Alex hears his once favourite music, or thinks about doing a violent act he immediately becomes ill.
 So Kubrick basically pulled the same trick on anybody in the audience who associated the song Singing in the Rain to being happy and care free.
Now when you heard it you would be hard pressed not thinking about that scene from A Clockwork Orange.
So it is with me when I hear A Goovy Kind of Love being played now, it just makes me feel ill.
Needless to say this CD will not be staying in my CD collection any longer.

August 21, 2015

Does the Movie Monsters Inc. Synchromystically Allude to 9/11 Being an Inside Job to Start a War for Energy Resources?

Monsters Inc. came out in November 2001.
"In order to power the city, monsters have to scare children so that they scream. 
However, the children are toxic to the monsters, and after a child gets through, two monsters realize things may not be what they think."
 I just watched it the other night and couldn't help thinking that it was a lot like Joe Alexander's take on the BTTF movies in a way.
The opening shot in Monsters Inc. is of Humpty Dumpty (had a great fall?-) and a plane on a shelf (with an elephant [in the room] on the wall behind them).
Not to mention the shot of the drawings on the wall of two planes circling the earth and two tall animals (twin towers?).
And the whole premise of the film is about a power company trying to solve the energy crisis by collecting screams to use as power (notice the 84 on the can? 1984?).
"Without screams we have no power"?!
  "We're MI" (Where am I?).
Of course when it comes to 9/11 perhaps a W would be more appropriate?-)
 All the talk in this ^ scene is about cars and being able to drive them around (oil wars?).
The newspaper stories even refer to prices doubling at the pump and "kids"being harder to scare".
 Remind you of any other scenarios?
9/11 Commission?
 "That darn paperwork! Wouldn't it be easier if it all just blew away?
9/11 Commission?
You're either for us,or against us?
It's my way, or the highway?
But check out Joe Alexander's BTTF 9/11 video at the beginning of this post.
The monsters have to go through a monolithic bedroom door wormhole (this movie was released Nov 2nd, 2001) which has
a glowing red eye on top of it reminiscent of HAL's eye out of  
A monolithic bedroom door wormhole?
HAL's eye out of 2001:A Space Odyssey.
 And take a look at the Japanese restaurant entrance with that eye in a triangle made from crossed chop sticks.
Plus you can hear the words,"this is not a drill" coming out of a helicopter megaphone in this scene above.
Stanley Mouse filed a lawsuit against the producers of the film Monsters, Inc. in 2002, alleging that the characters of Mike and Sulley were based on his drawings of one-eyed 
'Wise G-eye' and Co of the film 'Excuse My Dust'
which he unsuccessfully pitched to Hollywood producers in 1998.
Shades of Christopher Knowles? 
The basement?!
"What happens when the whistle blows?"
"What happens when the whistle blows?", says the chameleon ?!
Whistle blowers?
Anyone who doesn't subscribe to the official 9/11 story gets thrown out in the cold, given the cold shoulder, or banished?
Not really related to this current thread, but I thought I would throw this screen shot above in because I just read a news story about the Mt.Everest/Nepal earthquake victims still being homeless, and for my sync friend Loren Coleman, as a famous crypto-creature is featured in this scene as well

Families who lost their homes are still living under tarps in Kathmandu

"Three-and-a-half months have passed since Nepal was devastated by a magnitude-7.9 earthquake that killed more than 8,000 people and left more than 2 million homeless.
While there are signs that life is returning to normal for many, thousands of peo
ple who lost their homes are still living under tarps."
"I picked out a door for you Georgie in nice quiet Nepal"
The Falling Man?
I like how doorways as portals were used in this film.
Reminded me very much the way Room 237 in The Shining was significant as a kind of time portal.
Locker #237?
And of course #237 is used in a prominent scene on a locker in this movie as well.
Is this scene above a synchromystic nod to one of the greatest synchromystics of modern time (Jules Gabriel Verne), or a wink to the Scotish Rite Freemasons  
(one arm of the real so-called "Illuminati") ... or both?
The Vatican/Roman Empire?
Jules Gabriel Verne; (8 February 1828 – 24 March 1905) was a French novelist, poet, and playwright best known for his adventure novels and his profound influence on the literary genre of science fiction. 
When the chameleon tries to follow Mike and Sully through the Paris door Mike slams the door on the chameleon and says,
"I hope that hurt lizard boy"
Shades of David Icke's Reptilian theory?-)
"I got a move here that will bring down the house"
Eyes Wide Shut? "No sorry, she didn't see that"
"Come out slowly with the child in plain sight"(plane sight?)
And of course #1 has to be in the shape of a pyramid;-)
"go get 'em Mr. Salomon", instead of Mr.Sullivan
In the bloopers reel one of the employees says,
"go get 'em Mr. Salomon", instead of Mr.Sullivan.
The mysterious collapse of Building 7, or as it was also known as 
"the Salomon Brothers building".
In November 1988, Salomon Brothers withdrew from plans to build a large new complex at Columbus Circle in Midtown and agreed to a 20-year lease for the top 19 floors of 7 World Trade Center
7 World Trade Center on fire after the collapse of the Twin Towers on 9/11
"The 47 storey Salomon Brothers building close to the World Trade Centre has also collapsed."
"None of this ever happened and I don't won't to see any paperwork..."
So, did the makers of this movie, Monsters Inc have some inside information on the events of 9/11 and decide to put it into their movie?
I don't think so.
"Kripal shows how creators turned to science fiction to convey the reality of the inexplicable and the paranormal they experienced in their lives. 
Expanded consciousness found its language in the metaphors of sci-fi—incredible powers, unprecedented mutations, time-loops and vast intergalactic intelligences—and the deeper influences of mythology and religion that these in turn drew from; the wildly creative work that followed caught the imaginations of millions."
I think it was more along the lines of Jeffery Kripal's book above.
Being a fan of Carl Jung's theory of Synchronicity I think we all have the ability to tap into the "Collective Unconscious" to some degree and maybe tap into future events as well, just like a lot of writers and artists seem to do.
The little girl's bedroom is full of symbols that allude to a
Jungian undercurrent in the universe around her, such as the Rooster on the wall (wake-up call/Abraxis),the pine-cone shaped bedpost and a masonic checkerboard rug on the floor.
There is even a drawing of what may be a scarab beetle and the boat drawing reminds me of Jung's famous painting, as well.
But then again, who knows?
As nothing is as black and white as we might believe in this world;-)