Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

March 27, 2018

Mary Magdalene & 777? HELLOOOOOO?

Dale Cooper HELLOOOOOO
OK...maybe not that jackpot;-)
I just finished re-listening to the Aeon Byte podcast with
Michael Hearns called 'Mary Magdalene: High Priestess of Ancient Mysteries" where Michael Heearns brings up the 777 day calendar and that got me to thinking of Dougie Jones hitting all of those jackpots in the Las Vegas casino while yelling out "Hellooooo" in season 3 of 'Twin Peaks'.
At the end of the interview with Michael Hearns, Miguel says how he likes to say at the end of the show, "hello and good-bye, as always".
 I'm not really much into Biblical mythology, but I did go and see the movie 'Mary Magdalene' yesterday at the cinema and out of 8 cinemas in the complex it was showing in number 7.
Coincidence
It looks like I hit the esoteric jackpot on the You Tube view-counter when I found that trailer above with a 42 and a 777 in the view number.
Joaquin Phoenix as Jesus in 'Mary Magdalene'?!
I did think it was a bit strange to see Jesus played by an actor named Joaquin Phoenix and to see that Joaquin Phoenix will be playing the Joker in an upcoming movie project and that Easter Sunday falls on April Fool's Day this year, no joke.
I also find it ironic that Rooney Mara made her screen debut in the slasher film Urban Legends: Bloody Mary (2005).
Anyway, apart from those ironies, I thought it was a good movie.
 'Mary Magdalene' that is, not Urban Legends: Bloody Mary, which I have never seen anyhow.
After seeing 'Mary Magdalene' at the cinema I went to a book talk at the Avid Reader bookstore and ran across another Mary in a magical bookstore not far from the Avid Reader bookstore.
I guess Easter isn't far away, by the looks of things.
But one thing that really bugged me about Michael Hearns talk with Miguel was Michael had to go and mention that four letter Swedish word for hell, which just makes me shudder at the mention of it.
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