Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

April 24, 2018

Jaime Pressly and Simran Singh in 2011?

I've been going through the archives at the '11:11' podcast site and I was listening to an episode from May, 2011 called
'Tania Gabrielle: You Are Your Numbers', where host Simran Signh interviews numerologist and author Tania Gabrielle.
"Episode Description
Everything in your life can be reduced to numbers, including your name, your street address, birth date and the name of your business.

All these numbers play a much larger role in determining your destiny than you can even imagine. MASTER Numbers.
These numbers are 11, 22, 33, 44, 55 and so on - all of which indicate great skill and talent in life. Fact: you are affected by your name and numbers right NOW - and you react to everyone else's name, including all the big names in the media."
As I was listening to this show I was doing an internet search on Simran Signh and found this headline -
Jaime Pressly splits from husband Simran Singh after less than two years
Jaime was 33 in 2011 at the time of her split from Simran Signh, so I found that rather synchy, plus I wrote a post about Jamie Pressly in February this year called -
Dead Ringers?!
Seems like things can be connected with more than just names and numbers to me. 
Simran Singh
"Episode Description
Simran Singh is an ordinary woman …she is an extraordinary being . . . she is you, them, and she is me.
She feels pain and desires love…just like every other person on the planet.
Simran Singh recognizes we all have a choice…and asks, ‘What are you doing with yours?’ Revisit the journey through 18 issues of 11:11 magazine and discover a personal healing path that will allow you to step into your purpose, power and authenticity."

Clowns?! Don't Make Me Laugh?

The last movie credited to Verne Troya's acting career at
his IMDB site is a movie called,
'Hipsters, Gangsters, Aliens and Geeks'.
I listened to this interesting, but rather deadpan talk about
clowns, jesters and fools above which was uploaded on April 12th, 2018.
Now I'm seeing clowns in the news everywhere, but not in a funny way.
Maybe Justina and Peter Marsh were picking up on this clown news just before IT was about to hit the headlines?
"Clowns have a varied tradition with significant variations in costume and performance.
The most recognisable modern clown character is the Auguste or "red clown" type, with outlandish costumes featuring distinctive makeup, colourful wigs, exaggerated footwear, and colourful clothing.
Their entertainment style is generally designed to entertain large audiences.
Modern clowns are strongly associated with the tradition of the circus clown, which developed out of earlier comedic roles in theatre or Varieté shows during the 19th to mid 20th centuries.
Many circus clowns have become well known and are a key circus act in their own right.
The first mainstream clown role was portrayed by Joseph Grimaldi (who also created the traditional whiteface make-up design).
In the early 1800s, he expanded the role of Clown in the harlequinade that formed part of British pantomimes, notably at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane and the Sadler's Wells and Covent Garden theatres.
He became so dominant on the London comic stage that harlequinade Clowns became known as "Joey", and both the nickname and Grimaldi's whiteface make-up design were, and still are, used by other types of clowns.
The comedy that clowns perform is usually in the role of a fool whose everyday actions and tasks become extraordinary—and for whom the ridiculous, for a short while, becomes ordinary.
This style of comedy has a long history in many countries and cultures across the world.
Some writers have argued that due to the widespread use of such comedy and its long history it is a need that is part of the human condition.
The "fear of clowns," circus clowns in particular as a psychiatric condition has become known by the term coulrophobia."
Coulrophobia and arachnophobia?
Harry Anderson in 'IT', clown to the right of him

April 23, 2018

Grimerica Episode #274: The MacGregors, Synchronicity, UFOs and Pi/Pie in the Sky Day?

March 14th (3/14) AKA Pi Day?
I had never heard of, or listened to a podcast called 'Grimerica' before today, but I was reading a post today at the
'Synchrosecrets' blog titled 'Poker Machine Compulsion' and the MacGregors mentioned that the guy who told them the poker machine story heard them being interviewed on 'Grimerica'.
#274 – GRIMERICA TALKS UFO’S, E.T.’S AND SYNCHRONICITIES WITH ROB & TRISH MACGREGOR
MARCH 14, 2018
I did an internet search and found the show had the date of
March 14th and as nerds would know that day is Pi Day.
But it was kind of eerie this year with Stephen Hawking passing away on Pi Day, too -
Stephen Hawking Dies on Pi Day?!
Hawking shares January 8th with Bowie as far as birthday celebrations go, but Hawking was born in '42 (2x3x7=42) and Bowie in '47.
I've only listened to the one podcast of 'Grimerica' so far and while these guys do have an impressive list of guests that they have interviewed in the past, like Gordon White, David Plate and a lot of other syncheads I know, they come across as a couple of Bill and Ted type of potheads...just my first impressions anyway.
Hmm...September 23rd...my birthday, too;-)
After listening to the first couple of minutes of rambling from these guys I jumped to the 44 minute mark where in the show notes they tip you off that that's where the interview with the MacGregors starts...but it starts a bit earlier than that.
At the end of the interview these guys start rambling on about Richard Parker and the 'Life of Pi' and the synchs sounding Richard Parker in the MacGregor's book.
On March 18th (Australian time...we're a day ahead of the USA) the newspaper headlines were telling of the rare tumor 'Life of Pi' star Irrfan Khan has been diagnosed as having.
Irrfan Khan was born on January 7th, by the way, so he celebrates his birthday one day before Bowie and Hawking.
'Grimerica' seems to be more about UFOs than synchronicity, which is probably why I haven't heard of it before, because I'm into to synchronicity and other woo-woo stuff and not really into the UFO thing.

Interestingly though, the two main actors
who starred in the Hawkin film both have green eyes, as do I;-)
Felicity Jones, the Girl with the Green (Alien?-) Eyes
So much for that pi in the sky theory, right?-)
Oh, and Eddie Redmayne was born on January 6th, so he would celebrate his birthday the day before Irrfan Khan.






The Darkest Web?

I attended a book talk at the 'Avid Reader' bookstore in March about Eileen Ormsby's book 'The Darkest Web'.
The talk was recorded for the national radio program 'Big Ideas' with Cathy Van Extel interviewing Eileen about her dark travels.
And you can listen to the same talk that I heard on the night for free, if you click on this link below -
Darkest web
Eileen Ormsby and  Cathy Van Extel at the 'Avid Reader'
I don't know too much about the dark web, as I have never been on it before (and doubt that I ever will now after this talk) and apart from watching a Netflix doco called 'The Dark Net' and hearing Eileen's talk at the bookstore, that's about all the knowledge I have of the dark web.
I did buy a copy of Eileen's book on the night, but I haven't read it yet and after hearing the talk I can't help but hear Eileen's words echoing in my head, "once you see IT you can't unsee IT".
The Dark Web?-)
It sounds worse than any Stephen King book I could ever think of reading.
Eileen Ormsby at the AV signing table
It's amazing that I haven't had any nightmares from that night, as I also found a creepy, but interesting bookstore a few doors down from the 'Avid Reader' called 'Ecclectica' that had some rather nightmarish images in the front window.
I'd just come from seeing 'Mary Magdalene' at the cinema and then run into this ghostly image of the other Mary staring back at me from inside the 'Ecclectica' store.
I would have loved to have had a look in this store, but it was closing when I got there from the cinema.
I will definatley get there earlier the next time I attend a book-talk at the 'Avid Reader' and have a look around in 'Ecclectia'.
Unlike the dark web though, as I won't be logging on to take a look around in there anytime soon.
Sounds too much like a really bad version of the Dark Lodge from the 'Twin Peaks' TV show to me.
A place you would be best to never log into, I think.
Like Eileen says,"once you see something, you can never un-see it."
Is the dark web really a 'safe harbour' for criminals?
"Law enforcement agencies around the world are battling increasing criminal activity on the dark web.
The dark web is an encrypted network that uses the internet, but requires specific software to access. It is designed to ensure the user’s anonymity.
David Glance, director of the University of Western Australia Centre for Software Practice, told nine.com.au it is now well established as a “safe harbour” in the eyes of drug dealers, counterfitters, scammers, pedophiles and even terrorists.
He said the dark net’s ease of access and encryption software made it an attractive tool for criminals.
The software can be downloaded from the normal web and once in the dark web, users can find websites and services through a browser similar to the normal web or through instructions gained from other users.
“If you imagine the convenience of Amazon and the services they’ve built up, translated into a criminal setting and you’ve got what the dark web has become,” Dr Glance said.
The boom in cryptocurrency is also driving increasing numbers to the dark web.
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"Law enforcement agencies around the world are battling increasing criminal activity on the dark web.
The dark web is an encrypted network that uses the internet, but requires specific software to access. It is designed to ensure the user’s anonymity.
David Glance, director of the University of Western Australia Centre for Software Practice, told nine.com.au it is now well established as a “safe harbour” in the eyes of drug dealers, counterfitters, scammers, pedophiles and even terrorists.
He said the dark net’s ease of access and encryption software made it an attractive tool for criminals.
The software can be downloaded from the normal web and once in the dark web, users can find websites and services through a browser similar to the normal web or through instructions gained from other users.
“If you imagine the convenience of Amazon and the services they’ve built up, translated into a criminal setting and you’ve got what the dark web has become,” Dr Glance said.
The boom in cryptocurrency is also driving increasing numbers to the dark web.
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