Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

July 13, 2017

Christopher Knowles and Dr. Bob Hieronimus, Ph.D: The Secret History of Rock 'n' Roll

I was checking for updates at the 'Watching the Watchmen' links to synch-heads' blogs last Monday my time (EST Australia) and saw Chris Knowles was going to be live on a radio show called '21st Century Radio' hosted by Dr. Bob Hieronimus, Ph.D.
Guest: Christopher Knowles: Part One
Guest: Christopher Knowles: Part Two
I'd never heard of this radio show before, but the name of Dr. Bob Hieronimus, Ph.D did ring a bell for me and when I clicked the link from Chris' blog post and saw the purplish hippie bus I realized why I knew the name.
Years ago I was thinking of buying one of these
"Light" the Woodstock Buses through Amazon, but it would have cost me a fortune not just to buy, but to have it shipped to Australia.
To me it was a work of art that would have looked good in my home, but I talked myself out of it...eventually.
Now I see the real bus is lost...stolen I presume.
I couldn't help thinking of the purple bus that hit that poor guy in England who was walking to the Purple Turtle rock pub which I wrote about in this post -
You Wouldn't Read About This Trickster Event...Would You?-)
Guardian angelReading...the Guardian?
That guy in England should buy a lottery ticket after that close call.
And on the subject of buying a lottery ticket...
it was when I was looking through Bob's bookstore I realized just why his name was so familiar to me, because years ago I bought and read his book 'How to Pick Your Personal Lottery Numbers'.
I have to say that I wasn't impressed with this book at all and would have been real pissed had I forked out the $50 it was going for brand new, when I had bought it second hand from Amazon for about $10.
I even wrote a post back then trashing the book within it
Freedom From The "Inside Out"???
...and yes I'm the one with the one star review of it on Amazon.
PLEASE NOTE: "How to Pick Your Personal Lottery Numbers", NOT, "How to Pick Your Winning Personal Lottery Numbers"
I guess you can tell if you read that review that I wasn't impressed with the book and I haven't changed my mind still, but at least I'm not working in a shit job today, like I was back then, when I really wanted out of that place and my mortgage. 
I still haven't won that first prize dividend yet, but I've been hitting pretty close, although I haven't been listening to the disc in that post, or practicing the message I preached in that post.
I've just been playing set numbers, so maybe I should go back to playing that disc and trying those more intuitive methods again, as well, to see how I go with that method of picking numbers again?
Having said that about Bob's lotto book, I have to say that some of his other books look interesting, but I haven't read any of Bob's other books featured at his radio website.
His radio show I do like and will be keeping the link in my favorites folder with all my other favourite pod-cast links.
Great pod-cast with Chris and I really enjoyed it Bob.
Peace...and don't take the review of your lotto book too personally, as I like pretty much all your other stuff, just not the lotto book.

1 comment:

Maria Rigel said...

Darren, if you want to win the lottery, the logical thing to do is to read about people that have won big lottery prizes repeatedly. Yes, they exist. And of course, I don't believe it's coincidence. Certainly not in the cases that have won three times.

A very important part of it seems to be to play small lotteries, not the big ones with lots of players.