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

- Jake Kotze

March 2, 2016

George Passes Away on Oscar Day. Bad Omen, Ironic, or Just a Coincidence?

I wrote a post before Oscar night 2016 called -
Will It Be a Lovely Day for George on Oscar Night?
And now I see in the news that another George passed away on the 28th of February, the same day the 2016 Academy Awards were held.
Oscar-winning 'Cool Hand Luke' actor George Kennedy dies at 91
You might be thinking, "so what?", but let's take a closer look at the coincidences of George Kennedy passing away on Oscar Day.   
Charlize Theron in "Mad Max: Fury Road".
Jake Kotze made reference to the movie 'Cool Hand Luke' in his synchromystic video clip a few years ago called 

'ARMED With a DREAM' (the letters in the word DREAM can also be rearranged to spell the word ARMED), where he linked the 
OSCAR Pistorius shooting on Valentine's Day to the  
Boston Marathon bombings on April 15th that same year, among other things.
Bear in mind that the RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in the early morning of April 15th, 1912 after colliding with an iceberg when you're watching the 
'ARMED With a DREAM' video above.
Now, my focus here is on two names GEORGE and KENNEDY.
Oscar Pistorius was born on the anniversary of 
President Kennedy's assassination, November 22nd and shot his girlfriend on February 14th (Valentine's Day), which happens to also be Leonardo Dicaprio's mother's birthday and the day Leo won a BAFTA award for 'Best Actor' in the movie 'The Revenant'.  
Hmm...James Franco the star of 11/22/63 about Kennedy's assassination.

Beaches, BAFTAs and Bad Dreams?
And Leo got his arm on a dream the same day Oscar winning actor for 'Cool Hand Luke' George Kennedy passes away.
George Kennedy was famous for starring in disaster movies like the one above where he played  Captain Ashland in a movie about a Deathship.
"As The Telegraph reports, the wreckage of the band’s car was sailed over by the ship — the M/T Tellus, operated by Sirius Shipping — which weighs 7,500 tonnes when fully loaded, shortly after the car dropped over 25 metres from the bridge, which had opened to allow the ship to pass through."
Is 69 the new 42?
Funny that George was on an episode of The Love Boat called,  
'Vicki and the Fugitive/Lady in the Window/Stolen Years/Dutch Treat', as well?
George Kennedy in The BOSTON Strangler as Det. Phil DiNatale. Hmm. 
"A series of brutal murders in Boston sparks a seemingly endless and increasingly complex manhunt."
And bearing in mind Kotze's Oscar (Pistorius) link to the BOSTON bombing in 'ARMED With A DREAM' isn't weird that a film about the Catholic Church's crimes from a story originating from a BOSTON newspaper wins Best Picture the day 'Cool Hand Luke' actor George KENNEDY passes away?
Mad Max? 
George Kennedy played Maj. MAX Armbruster in The Dirty Dozen
Oddly enough, Byron KENNEDY was the other half of the  
George Miller/Mad Max franchise until he was killed in 1983. 
Mad Max was known as a Kennedy/Miller production in the early years. 
Will It Be a Lovely Day for George on Oscar Night?
Some Mad synchs there for sure. ;-)
George Kennedy was in The Jesse Owens Story playing Charles 'Charley' Riley and died on the day of the Black star controversy at the Oscars ironically enough. 
"The life story of Jesse Owens is told in this film. He was a young African-American who would become one of the greatest modern Olympian athletes when he proved Hitler's boast about the "Aryan athletic superiority" wrong by winning four gold medals, setting world records and becoming the star of the 1936 Berlin Olympics".
Black(star) is the New Black?
George Kennedy played Ben Bowman in The Eiger Sanction.
Bowman was the astronaut in 2001 who says, 
"My God! It's full of stars".
"My God! It's full of stars"


UPDATE: 4th March, 2016 

George Kennedy played a guy named Ed in his last movie that he was in,  The Gambler starring alongside Mark Wahlberg.
"Mark Wahlberg’s Boston Marathon Bombing Drama ‘Patriots Day’ Gets Awards-Season Release Date".
Patriot's Day, "An account of Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis's actions in the events leading up to the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and the aftermath, which includes the city-wide manhunt to find the terrorists behind it."
Here’s your chance to be in Mark Wahlberg’s Boston Marathon movie
 "Mark Wahlberg’s upcoming film chronicling the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings wants Boston locals to star as extras.
Boston Casting, Inc. will hold an open casting call for Patriots’ Day on Sunday, March 13, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 129 Braintree St. in Allston.

1 comment:

... said...

Oh Yes! Great post...there's something to this for sure!