Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

October 8, 2022

The Hidden Life is Best!?๐Ÿท☠๐Ÿง

I stumbled across a podcast called 'The Hidden Life is Best' where the host sets out to prove that England/London secretly rules the world, and that Francis Bacon was really the writer of the Shakespeare plays and the mastermind behind the Empire, which still rules the world today.
The Hidden Life is Best! Podcast
Plus, he goes on a big amusing (to me) and unconvincing rant about the Freemasons being an evil Gnostic "religion" that don't believe in the "God" this guy believes in.
He goes on rants about science being a "religion" and the "evilCatholic Church, too.
I do agree with him about Bacon probably being the bard and how the Freemason's were just the Knights Templar gone underground, but I don't share his views about their "evil God".
He certainly doesn't seem to like the English with his stupid mocking bad impressions, and his habit of playing the James Bond guitar riff becomes bloody annoying very quickly, like he is trying to hypnotize his audience or just piss them off.
For every good point he makes he throws in a bad one and I find his preaching about the pandemic rather moronic, but it's the Bacon bits I'm after here.
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I'm looking forward to hearing future podcast episodes about the
"Shakespeare" plays and their hidden meanings according to 
Robert Frederick's theories ... but not all the other crap he waffles on with, even though I like an entertaining conspiracy theory now and again, and the odd James Bond film:-)
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If nothing else Bob has made me want to get a subscription to Apple TV to watch Joel Coen's movie 'The Tragedy of Macbeth' (and then cancel when my free week's trial is up).
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