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

- Jake Kotze

June 25, 2019

Neil Kramer - Transmutation and the Path to Truth?

I watched the latest 'Higher Journeys' You Tube featuring Neil Kramer (above) and I have to say that I prefer the word "transformation" to "transmutation", as to me a mutant is some kind of biological mistake and a bit too X-Men-y for my liking.
I recently wrote a post about listening to a few old '42 Minutes' podcasts that Neil was on -
Go Your Own Way and May Peace Be With You?
42 Minutes Podcast Episode 13: Neil Kramer
Russian Dolls and Syncing Beatles
The Mandala of Life
I see that Neil made this latest movie of his with the host of
'The Infinite Path' podcast, Niles Heckman -
Ryan Peverly, Occulture and the Seven-pointed Star on the Infinite Path?
I've got to say that for me personally, listening to Neil, or reading Neil's books have been about as satisfying to me as eating a doughnut when what I was after was some spiritually nutritious food.
Sometimes the snacks aren't as good as they look, to put a
Twin Peaks spin on Neil's sugary offerings.
But if you like sugary philosophical rants then Neil has some tasty, but ultimately unsatisfying delights for your consumption.
I'll pass on forking out money to watch 'Trasmutation', as tempting as it looks to the eyes.
Bon AppΓ©tit?

UPDATE: July 3rd, 2019
Having now watched the film 'Transmutation' you can read what I thought of it in this post -
A Finite or Infinite Path?


  1. Hi Darren, we worked on the film for over three years as a side project, so yes we charge some money for it. It's currently so obscure I have yet to see a legit copy of it on the free streaming/torrent sites. Would you like a link to a screener of the film for FREE? If so, shoot me an e-mail and I'll send it your way.

    Niles Heckman

  2. Will do Niles.
    I'm looking forward to a good meal ... and hopefully eating my own words in the process:-)
    Mmm ...'Transmutation' ... drool.

  3. I re-posted Niles' comment under my name to edit out the two e-mail addresses that were in his comment, to stop Niles receiving spam from other readers of this blog .
    It seemed the only way Blogger would let me re-edit Niles' comment.