Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

September 4, 2019

Eternal Flame of the Spotless Predestined Mind?-)

Harvey Weinstein' s Birthday is March 19th?-)
I was reading a news article by Paula Cocozza where she was interviewing Rosanna Arquette about a documentary on
Harvey Weinstein and his alleged sexual misconduct over the years and in that interview Paula writes that, "... she feels it meaningful that Jeffery Epstein died on her 60th birthday, as if their fates were entwined."
It's like Paula is taking the piss out of Rosanna to me and making her out to be some kind of nut-case when she also writes, "She is fighting on so many fronts. She flits from Weinstein to Epstein to Charles Manson to Kavanaugh, mostly in exclamatory bolts." 
The news article by Paula Cocozza
Have you ever heard of Carl Jung and synchronicity Paula?
A synchronicity is a personal meaningful coincidence, but I like synchromysticism, where a whole bunch of personal meaningful coincidences come together for a WTF(?) type of coincidence.
Paula mentioned in that same article how Rosanna was having some famous musician friends around to her place for a 60th birthday bash and wrote how Susanna Hoffs from The Bangles played Eternal Flame and some other songs.
Eternal Flame turned 30 this year.
Born January 17th?

On the subject of birthdays, I don't know what made me think of the movie 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind' which was released back in 2004 on Harvey Weinstein's birthday of March 19th and written by Charlie Kaufman, who was born on November 19th, which just happens to be the date Charlie Manson died on.
And on a personal synch, November 19th was my old wedding anniversary, so, so much for eternal flames there I guess, although burn in hell does come to mind if I tend to think too much about my old flame:-)
Too bad I don't believe in hell then, but kama is an ex-wife, or something along those lines I've heard;-)
Probably nothing synchromystic in that grouping of dates that Rosanna would find meaningful in some personal way, hey Paula?-)
Best to just forget about all of that nonsense, right?-)
‘A window to the past’: how old photos brought my parents' empty house back to life
(a news story by Paula Cocozza)
Maybe Toto should have played 'Rosanna' for Rosanna on her 60th birthday?
Released on April Fools Day?
The Fool's Journey of CLIFF Booth?-)

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