" 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?


  1. 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.

  2. 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.

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

  4. 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'.