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

- Jake Kotze

September 2, 2019

A Hollywood Horror Show Synch?

Spanish singer Joana Sainz killed in freak on-stage accident
"Sainz is derived from the Roman (Latin) 'sanctus' meaning blameless, holy, and later saintly, a meaning which no doubt greatly contributed to its popularity both as a given name and later a surname.
I can't help thinking how eerie that in the last day of August a dancer named Joana Sainz (St.Joan?!) in a group called
'Super Hollywood Orchestra' gets hit and killed by a stray firework.  
July 26th is George Bernard Shaw's birthday, too
Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate in Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood
I'm not sure what saint that is in the painting behind the dancing Sharon Tate (Margot Robbie), but from the plate the saint is holding I'd guess St. Lucia.
Margot Robbie as Sharon Tate in Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood
Fire does seem to be a big theme running through Quentin's 9th movie, too.
Sometimes Californian dreaming can be a real nightmare it seems.

""The crew was actually already awake and on the bridge and they jumped off," Captain Rochester said, adding they were rescued by a good Samaritan vessel called The Grape Escape."
The Seasons: Autumn (1900)
RhettDidntGiveADamn informed me in a comment below that the painting behind Margot Robbie is actually 'Autumn (1900)' from 'The Seasons' series of paintings by Alfons Maria Mucha, who also designed this poster below of actress Maude Adams as Joan of Arc (1909).
Maude Adams shares November 11th as a birthday with
Leonardo DiCaprio by the way.
"The character of Elise McKenna in Richard Matheson's 1975 novel Bid Time Return and its 1980 film adaptation, Somewhere in Time, in which the character was played by Jane Seymour, was based on Maude Adams.
In the novel, Elise is appearing in The Little Minister, which role was also said to have been written especially for her.


  1. The art poster behind Robie is an Alphonse Mucha: Autumn 1900

  2. Cheers RhettDidntGiveADamn, that's even better as far as my synch-post goes.