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

- Jake Kotze

August 7, 2018

The High Weirdness of Trusting No One?

I just read a post at my blogging mate's site about another mate's recent posts about the new 'X-Files' TV series (which I am yet to watch) and all of the high weirdness going on in the "normal world" -
"Our friend Chris Knowles, at the Secret Sun, suggests that we have entered a “Post-Conspiracy Age” ala Chris Carter, et al… and has recently posted his argument in a two-part narrative titled: 
The X-Files X-it & the Death of Conspiracy Culture.
Check it out…
Whether or not we are living in, or passing through, an era of conspiracy culture is debatable… but one thing seems apparent: We are living in “Post-Truth” times.
Strange Days have found us.
In these days of suspicion and uncertainty, it is with a profound sense of angst that we at Tek-Gnostics submit for your approval… the Two Commandments for the Conspiracy Age…
1) Trust No One!
2) Don’t Believe Everything You Think!
That’s all there is to it! If you, dear discerning reader, follow these two simple precepts… you should be able to get by in these troubling times.
Keeping to these two commandments will help navigate these strange days of High Weirdness…
Over at Bigtime Television, that rascally Artificial Intelligence agent, Max Headroom has put out a new video on this most intriguing topic…
Please Enjoy…
I tried to embed Jack's 'High Weirdness' You Tube video into this post, but I couldn't get it to upload here (I'll try to do it again later), but you can watch it on Jack's post or at his You Tube channel BigTimeTelevision23.
I couldn't help thinking of the Shriners when I saw those laughing statues Mulder was standing in front of in the 'X-Files' episode that Jack used in his 'High Weirdness' You Tube.
I've actually got a larger post to write about a few synchronicities I had over the weekend down in Byron Bay that kind of ties into this "high weirdness/Big Little Lies" stuff.
Trust me:-)
And try not to swallow everything you hear and read like some kind of zombie sideshow clown.

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