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

- Jake Kotze

October 29, 2019

Robert Evans: Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood?

Here's one for the sync file.
Just after reading Chris Knowles's latest post at
'The Secret Sun' blog, sprinkled through with the name Lydia, I see the passing of Hollywood producer Robert Evans -
Persephone Rising: The Queen of Hell
I notice Robert Evans once had seven wives, too;-)
Hollywood producer Robert Evans passed away on October 26th, 2019, and his first acting role according to his IMDB page was playing a soldier in a movie titled 'Lydia Bailey'.
According to Robert Evans' book he was contacted by Sharon Tate and asked to be her house-guest on the evening she was killed, but he had to decline.
She then invited Jay Sebring.
Robert Evans was the basis for the Robert Vaughn character in Blake Edwards' S.O.B. (1981), which I find rather synchromystic in terms of QT's 'Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood' being released this year on July 26th.
Once Upon a Time ... in Europe?
And Robert Vaughn passed away on Leo's birthday of
November 11th?!
"In the late 1960s and early '70s, Robert Evans became the quintessential "new Hollywood" executive, with: slickly packaged productions like Rosemary's Baby (1968), Love Story (1970) and The Godfather (1972) revived Paramount.
The latter film and Chinatown (1974) are the artistic highlights of Evans' Paramount career, though the amount of credit he deserves for them has been debated for decades.
Eased out of Paramount, he saw The Cotton Club (1984) turn from a musical "Godfather" into a fiasco of front-page proportions.
Evans righted his career with a new Paramount deal in the 1990s, with his last producing credit having been on the blockbuster romantic comedy How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003)."
"He declined offers to produce then future blockbusters Airport (1970), The French Connection (1971), and Jaws (1975)."
"Apart from his ex-wives, has been romantically linked with such beauties as Ava Gardner, Grace Kelly, Lana Turner, Margaux Hemingway, Cheryl Tiegs, Beverly Johnson, etc."
Are You Seriously Joking Me, Romeo und Julia '70?-)
Nicole Kidman as Grace Kelly
Nicole Kidman in 'Just Go With It'
The Pineapple Princesses of Oz?
Awakening World (Robert Evans) (special thanks)
So, what does it all mean?
Beats me, but I know that it is all connected somehow:-)
Steffi Grant Passes Away on World Communion Day?
I never realized what freaky green eyes Rihanna had until I saw her in that 'Awakening World' trailer.
Out of this world eyes you might say?-)

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