Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

June 24, 2018

David Griffin, Liz Fraser and Black (Goo) Milk?

David Griffin | Visual Language , Sentient Black Goo, Exopolitics & Alien Bases
I'm not much into the UFO stuff, but I did like David Griffin's slant on Liz Fraser and the current nuclear threat, which I feel is pretty high.
I just watched the 1959 movie 'On the Beach' at the end of May on STAN and am now reading the novel that the movie was based on and it's just as relevant today as it was back then...maybe even more so.
You're not
my eater
I'm not
your food

Love you (love you)
for God
Love you
for the Mother (for the Mother)

Eat me
in the space (the space)

Within
my heart (my heart)
Love you
for God

I love you (you)
for the Mother
Mother (Mother)
fountain
Or live
or not at all
(not at all x5)
(eat)
The most
level
Sunken
chapel
Love you
for God
Love you
for the Mother
All's there
to love
Only

love
Oh, and I should mention that throughout the 1959 movie 'On the Beach' the tune (and sometimes even the song itself) 'Waltzing Matilda' is almost all of the music of the film's soundtrack.
The song is about a swagman who commits suicide rather than surrender to the authorities moving in to arrest him for steeling a sheep.
You'll Come a Waltzing Matilda with Me?
Which seems rather relevant to the themes in the film, apart from the fact that the story mainly takes place in Australia.

UPDATE: 24th, June, 2018
As soon as I put up this post I got a massive spike in hits from Russia, oddly enough.

3 comments:

C. F. Apollyon said...

Cool stuff dude. :-)

BTW, I read Nevile Shute's "A Town Like Alice" and was not disappointed. Fantastic book.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

I'm over halfway through Nevile Shute's 'On the Beach' and I'm not disappointed so far.
I'll have a few posts in the future about the movie and the book and a few synchronicities I encountered from them both.
I wouldn't mind reading a few other titles of Nevile Shute's in the future, once I clear the hundred or so other books that I have in my "to read" pile.

C. F. Apollyon said...

I hear that. I've got quite a list to read myself. :-)

Including On The Beach. I bought it/own it, but have only read the first few chapters. What I read was good tho.

Good luck on the reading.