Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

October 18, 2019

Ladies/Women in Black and the Weird Sync-web of the Spider-verse?

I noticed recently that I was getting traffic from a link from the 'Mysterious Universe' site to an old post of mine titled  -
Whitley Strieber, Bruce Lee and the Two Way Mirror Analogy
The way of the mirror?
Harley Quinn Smith
A Bruce Lee from 'Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood' 
What Are the Eyes Actually Seeing?
The link was from a Nick Redfern article posted on the 'Mysterious Universe' site titled -
An Encounter with the Creepiest Couple of All 
which I had written a post about on September 13th this year -
The Mysterious Universe of Vaping Illness and Deaths?
Bruce Lee, Kurt Russell and Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood?
"Bruce Lee was kind of an arrogant guy," Tarantino told the reporters?
Nicholas Hammond as Spider-man
Nicholas Hammond in Ladies in Black (2018)
Oddly enough, I had just watched Alan Green's '9/11 Spider-verse {Hindsight 2020}' video, as well as a film on Amazon Prime called 'Ladies in Black', which I later found out when doing research for a post about Stan Lee and Kevin Smith that Nicholas Hammond who played a 70s Spiderman was also in 'Ladies in Black', as was an actress from the Spider-verse, Angourie Rice.
Instant Syncs and the Spider-verse?
July 2nd is Margot Robbie's birthday:-)
Angourie Rice, Zendaya, and Jacob Batalon in Spider-Man: Far from Home (2019)
Stan Lee passed away on Charles Manson's birthday?!
What is it About Manson and Dark Hollywood Synchronicities?
Nicholas Hammond as Sam Wanamaker
Nicholas Hammond's last movie role was playing Sam Wanamaker in 'Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood', just to weave more of a WTF(?) into the Hollywood sync-web.
And let's not forget ... or try not to ... that Chris Hemsworth was a Man in Black in the latest re-boot -
August 11, 11:11 and Rainbow People?
Oh, and the the film 'Ladies in Black' is based on the 1993 novel The Women in Black by Madeleine St John:-)
Women in Black?-)

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