Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

November 18, 2018

Money and Chaos Magick?

Fake news Hawking died in March, not May.
Money to burn a black hole in your pocket?
Last month, the British government had announced that the new 50 pound note would also be a polymer design, which is more durable and harder to counterfeit than paper money.
Plastic banknotes: the implications for security, dealers and magicians
Illusory Magick?
After just having finished reading Gordon White's book
'The Chaos Protocols' I see in my local newspaper on the same page as one of the world's richest pop stars Taylor Swift playing a concert on my favourite AFL team's (Brisbane Lionshome-ground that celebrated physicist Stephen Hawking is one of the front-runners to be featured on the new 50 pound note.
Stephen Hawking's Final Theory: The Universe is a Hologram?
Stephen Hawking died ironically on Pi Day (March 14th), which for a scientist you couldn't really pick a better day to pass away on I would think.
Stephen Hawking Dies on Pi Day?!
The edition that features the Hawking story
Time for change?!
Maybe Stephen Hawking is a good pick for the 50 pound note for the dark economic times ahead?
And you can bet on it too?
All eyes are on what happens next?

4 comments:

Luna said...

I was hoping for Turing or Ada Lovelace. Dammit. I suppose black holes are too attractive these days... And David Bowie, great as he would look on a banknote, doesn't have the right amount of gravitas, I suppose.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

Hawking is only the front-runner to be on the note, it isn't a done deal yet.
And Hawking shares Bowie's birthday of January 8th, too.
Although maybe that should be the other way round as Hawking was five years older than Bowie.

Dennis/87 said...

Black Hole Sun -Grunge at the pen-ultimate. 87

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

I just started watching 'Westworld' Dennis and noticed that the first recognizable song played on a pianola roll in the show (for me anyway) halfway through that episode one was Soundgarden's 'Black Hole Sun'.