Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

March 8, 2019

Palm Pictures?!

After writing my last post about remote viewing and the movie 'Contact', where Jodie Foster's character sees and draws three distinct looking palm trees -
Robert Zemeckis and Remote Viewing?
I started watching the director of 'Third Eye Spies' Lance Mungia's 'Six-String Samurai' movie on You Tube.
I'd never heard of it until yesterday when I looked up
Lance's IMDB movie page after Lance mentioned in the
'Rune Soup' podcast about Russell Targ approaching him to make a film because Russell had seen (remotely?-) Lance's movie 'Six-String Samurai'.
'Six-String Samurai' came out just after a year of 'Contact' coming out.
"In the post-apocalyptic world of 1960s Nevada, a rock 'n' roll samurai on his way to Lost Vegas takes a young orphan boy under his protection as Death and his metalhead Horsemen chase after them."
I have no idea why these two movies made me think of Chris Knowles's latest 'Secret Sun' post, do you?
Astronomy Domine: The Revelation Star Map
Contact/Arroway/Betty/Frasier?-)
Don't you just love synchromysticism?
"The inclusion of Berry's "Johnny B. Goode" was controversial, with some claiming that rock music was "adolescent", to which Sagan replied, "There are a lot of adolescents on the planet."
What drew me to research the movie 'Contact' were a number of recent synchronicities between people who were connected to
Carl Sagan through the making of the movie 'Contact' adapted from Sagan's 1985 novel.
The Voyager spacecraft are more or less twins by the way;-)


"The Voyager 1 probe is currently the farthest human-made object from Earth.
Both Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 have reached interstellar space, the region between stars where the galactic plasma is present.
Like their predecessors Pioneer 10 and 11, which featured a simple plaque, both Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 were launched by NASA with a message aboard—a kind of time capsule, intended to communicate to extraterrestrials a story of the world of humans on Earth."
Sync Bloggers Synching?
What also got me into researching the movie 'Contact' was something I wasn't aware of before.
That George Miller was fired from being director of the movie before Bob took over and re-wrote it.
"In December 1993, Warner Bros. hired George Miller to direct and Contact commenced pre-production.
Miller cast Jodie Foster in the lead role, approached Ralph Fiennes to play Palmer Joss and also considered casting Linda Hunt as the President of the United States.
In addition to having aliens put on a laser lighting display around Earth, another version of the Goldenberg scripts had an alien wormhole swallow up the planet, transporting Earth to the center of the galaxy.
Miller also asked Goldenberg to rewrite Contact in an attempt to portray the Pope as a key supporting character.
Warner Bros. was hoping to have the film ready for release by Christmas 1996, but under Miller's direction pre-production lasted longer than expected.
The studio fired the director, blaming pushed-back start dates, budget concerns, and Miller's insistence that the script needed five more weeks of rewriting.
Robert Zemeckis, who previously turned down the director's position, decided to accept the offer. 
Warner Bros. granted Zemeckis total artistic control and the right of final cut privilege."
Synchromysticism: The Writing Was on the Wall?
March the 3rd is George Miller's birthday:-)
Ironically, I only read about George Miller getting fired from the movie 'Contact' when I was researching a post about George's movie 'Happy Feet' starring Robin Williams and Hugh Jackman and realized that it was George's birthday that day I was researching George's movie credits.
I'm still to release that post, but it's another rabbit/worm hole, too.
And it was Lance's involvement with 'The Crow' franchise that really got my interest, not that I've watched any other Crow films apart from the first one with Brandon Lee.
Whitley Strieber, Bruce Lee and the Two Way Mirror Analogy
Twin monoliths?!
"Dragon" the Movie, 1993, Brandon's Death and Precognition???
Worm/Moon Signs?
The Crow moon?
The early bird catches the worm maybe, but I'm not so sure they can catch the white rabbit;-)
This rabbit hole of a post could go on forever, so I 'm ending it here, but I'll have more related posts to come shortly.

3 comments:

The Secret Sun said...

"Never Again" takes place in Philae-DELPHI-a and MEMPHIS

"Moon Dance" is named for Daphne, who is in turn named after a water nymph who literally became GARLANDS.

Then there's Jodie Foster in Nell, about a girl who invented her own language.

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

Yeah, I thought I should share that Contact/Betty/Frasier IMDB WTF(?) stuff with you Chris.
I thought you'd like it:-)

Brizdaz (Darren) said...

Actually Chris it was when I discovered that Hugh Jackman and Crowley shared the same birthday of October 12th and that Jackman is known in Australia as "The Boy from Oz' from his stage show playing Peter Allen, that I found out he voiced the penguin named MEMPHIS in George Miller's 'Happy Feet'.
That was when I went into George's history and found out that he got fired from making 'Contact'.