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

- Jake Kotze

January 24, 2017


Now here is one of those spiritual films that I was writing about in this recent post of mine -
where I said "I think that there are just as many spiritual films coming out of Hollywood, as trashy money-making formula films."
I also wrote a post this morning about prime number signs and how prime numbers can only be divided by one and themselves and how I thought that was a good analogy of personal synchronicities because, "I like the idea of prime numbers only being divisible by one (God?) and itself (me/you?-), because that's how personal synchronicity is in my view".
Prime Number Signs?
Today's date, as you can see on my movie ticket is 23/1/2017.
23 and 2017 being prime numbers and 1 (God?) being the only other number beside themselves that can be divided into those numbers.
Even the cinema number (7) was a prime number, not to mention my life-path number, as well.
I also thought it was synchronistic that the number in the bottom right-hand corner of my ticket ended in 4223, as I joked in the prime number signs post how I thought 23 was more the answer to life, the universe and everything than 42 was.
Dev Patel, born: April 23, 1990
The two main stars of the movie Dev Patel and Rooney Mara were both born in April, Dev on the 23rd and Rooney on the 17th, both prime numbers;-)
I had never heard of this story about an Indian boy who was adopted and grew up in Hobart, Tasmania until last month when I saw a trailer for the movie at the cinema.
But the only reason that I wanted to see the film was because I saw Dev and Rooney in the trailer standing on top of the mountain that I saw snow for the first time in my life last year.
Room at the End of the World?
I also remember looking back from the top of the mountain to Wrest Point Casino and thinking that my car that I drove down to Tasmania in is parked in front of the motel building and it is so small that I can't even see it -
That's perspective in the grand scheme of things, I thought.
My first real life snowball ...
a bit pathetic, I'll agree
Believe it, or not, I was listening to the You Tube right at the top of this post, because I had only listened to half of it when I posted it, and as soon as I put the picture of the snowball I made on top of the Hobart mountain into this post, Saroo Brierley said the word "snowballed" at around the 41 minute mark of that interview.
The Tasmanian State flag
I also thought it was quite synchy that Saroo finds out when he returns to India that his mother didn't name him Saroo, but ΕšΔ“ra which means lion in his native language and that his adopted Australian state has a lion on its flag.
And on a personal note, I'm a Brisbane Lions supporter when it comes to Aussie Rules football I and caught them play a game in Melbourne the day after I got back from Tasmania.
I also thought it was amusing in a cosmic sense that Dev Patel played the Indian maths wizz Srinivasa Ramanujan in the movie 'The Man Who Knew Infinity' and my Rugby League NRL football team won their first ever NRL grand final with the name of their sponsor 'Infinity' on their backs.
And let's not forget that Nicole Kidman's husband sang live before the 2016 Grand Final:-)
A 2016 Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks jersey
"The story of the life and academic career of the pioneer Indian mathematician, Srinivasa Ramanujan, and his friendship with his mentor, Professor G.H. Hardy."
The Man Who Knew Infinity
I wonder if infinity is a prime number?-)
I guess the thing with true life stories is that not even Hollywood could make up stranger stories than life can throw at you.

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