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

- Jake Kotze

May 27, 2019

Sync Of It All, Too?

42 Minutes Podcast Bonus 1:
I was reading Goro Adachi's chapter in the first 'Sync Book' and found it very interesting and while I do read from time to time some of Goro's free posts ... as I ain't paying to follow his posts ... I did find his free post from May 23, 2019 interesting.
I was trying to find an interview at the '42 Minutes' podcast site with Goro, but I couldn't find one.
But I did stumble across a podcast with Guillaume Samard, a French guy who back in 2013 started a blog called 'Sync Of It All', although it still to this day (May, 2019) has only the one post - 
Who are you and what do you do?
I couldn't help thinking how those golden scissors in Guillaume Samard's one and only post (so far) on his blog 'Sync Of It All' sync's with Jordan Peele's 2019 movie 'Us'.
I wrote a post back in 2013 about Guillaume's entry in 'Sync Book 2' being on the same page as my entry -
The SYNC Book 2 Syncs
In the '42 Minutes' podcast Doug starts off saying that Guillaume's blog is called 'Le Club Des Sync' and Guillaume has to stop Doug and correct him and say that no, that is his friend's blog, not his blog.
As "luck" would have it when checking my blog stats this morning I found someone had visited my blog from the 'Le Club Des Sync' blog and since I hadn't been over to that blog for a while, I followed the link back and found the latest post there titled 'Eternal ... Here and Now!' very sychy indeed.
And I even had a mention in it with a link to my blog in that post, which is why I must have spotted the link in my blog stats.
The latest post from the 'Le Club Des Sync' blog
There was a video (above) I had never seen before about a French theme park, which I had never heard of before, either.
But it tied in very well with Goro's chapter in the 'Sync Book' I thought.
#137 was Wolfgang Pauli's number of choice, too;-)
Introduction to the first 'Sync book' by Jake Kotze
There has been a bit of a controversy over the years about whether it was Jake or Goro who coined the term "synchromysticism" and personally I couldn't give a flying f#ck who coined the term because the "collective unconscious" would have put it into the mind of someone else if it wasn't for these two guys anyway I feel, and these two blokes especially must realize that if they believe what they say about synch.
And if there is a "Game of Thrones" going on in the "Sync Community" then I would crown Jake and place him on the IRONy Throne;-)


  1. Bonjour.
    What a (good)suprise for me on this morning by reading your post!
    I've found funny that I still don't know mr. Samard:

    Keep on syncin' !

  2. Good to hear from you too JP and I still have another post to write up about my own personal syncs in regard to that French theme park video I watched from you bringing it to my attention.
    By the way, my childhood home that I lived in for about 20 years and that my parents lived in until my father passed away (my mother and sister mixed his ashes into the soil under his favourite tree and then a year of two later my mother sold the house) was number 12.
    My father, mother and I are all fans of horse racing (though I only bet on the Melbourne Cup race in November these days) and my father would always tell me to watch out for the #12 horse, as they seemed to win a lot more than chance would dictate.
    He was kind of right about that, but I ignore such talk and follow the horse's form and my gut feeling when it comes to picking winners rather than just picking lucky numbers.