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

- Jake Kotze

November 30, 2021

"I thought I'd be a cowboy, like John Wayne"?

WARNING: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains  images of a person who has died.
Walkabout (1971)
I see the sad news today that David passed away in the same year 'Walkabout' turned 50 -
Walkabout Turns 50 in 2021?

UPDATE: 8th December, 2021
Sydney Opera House illuminates life and career of actor David Gulpilil
A week since the death of David Gulpilil, whose family has now permitted the usage of his famous surname, the nation continues to pay tribute to the Northern Territory movie star's life and films.
Rabbit Proof Fence, Crocodile Dundee, Australia and Storm Boy actor — a Yolngu man of the Mandhalpuyngu clan — died last week in regional South Australia after a lengthy battle with lung cancer.

November 28, 2021

Everything Imaginable: Occult Symbolism in Hollywood Movies?

I had a listen to the 'Everything Imaginable' podcast last night where Robert W. Sullivan IV was talking about the synchromystic side of cinema, and of course, his new volume 3 book of
'Cinema Symbolism 3' pictured at the top of this post.
I found his Freudian take on the original 'Halloween' amusing, not being a big fan of Freud's theories myself and more of a Jung fan, even though I was born on the anniversary of Freud's passing of September 23rd, which is pretty much the fall equinox in the northern hemisphere, and the spring equinox in the southern hemisphere, where I was born.
As above, so below?-)
Sometimes a cigar is just a carving knife, right?-)
And did Robert mention the Conjuring movies in that podcast episode?
The Conjuring, Joey King and Real Life Imitating Art?
It's always an interesting listen when Robert talks movies and synchromysticism I think.
I'll bet he is a fan of 'The Secret Sun' blog ... and
'Just Watching the Wheels Go Round' ... maybe?-)
I'd like to see Robert do a book on the symbolism of Hollywood musicals, like 'West Side Story':-)