Amusing because the movie 'The Nightmare' was mentioned as trying to explain away the alien phenomena as "just" sleep paralysis, which I feel was not what the director of that film would tell you, having been involved with Rodney myself with other projects he has been apart of and groups he is/was involved with.
Not that Rodney is involved or interested in the UFO/alien phenomena as far as I know, but I think he would be rather neutral, if not an interested bystander as to just what these people are seeing.
The Nightmare of Sleep Paralysis
42 Minutes Podcast 05.28.13 Episode 86: Rodney Ascher Room 237
I think if anything the sync-heads as a whole would tend to lean towards the idea of aliens being real ... on some level at least.
42 Minutes Podcast 04.30.13 Episode 82: Joe Alexander "The Blur"
Taking a look at director/writer of
'Being Taken: Beyond the Spectrum' Lee Lustig's IMDB page I find it interesting that he worked on
'The Story of God with Morgan Freeman' as an editor.
I can't wait to see what films Lee brings out in the future.
|Dean Alioto in Beyond The Spectrum - Being Taken (2018)|
I must keep an eye out for Dean's next movie 'Portal', as that looks rather interesting I think.
|Stanton Friedman in Beyond The Spectrum - Being Taken (2018)|
I see on a coincidental/synchromystic level that Stanton shared a birthday of July 29th with actors Allison Mack and Stephen Doff.
The Mystery of Sleep ... and Dreams?
|Beyond The Spectrum - Being Taken (2018)|
|Travis Walton in Beyond The Spectrum - Being Taken (2018)|
|Andras Jones and Rodney Ascher share the same birthday, too|
Keep telling yourself life's all just coincidence if that makes you feel better, but I prefer to tell myself that it's all connected in more ways than we could ever imagine from down here.
American Cosmic and Launch Fever?
|The Synchromysticism Wikipedia page|
'Being Taken: Beyond the Spectrum' highlights so many Wikipedia pages, not the best source of information on the net, but even I point people to such pages as the synchromysticism Wikipedia page, even though I'm not happy that the term synchromysticism seems to have been hijacked by "chaos magicians" and tried to be pulled under the umbrella of "chaos magick".
Synchromysticism is a bigger phenomena than whatever "chaos magick" is meant to be, I think.
It's a bit like the Roman Catholic Church trying to claim spirituality as a subcategory of Roman Catholicism to me.
But in this world some group is always trying to claim something universal as their own it seems.