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

- Jake Kotze

April 30, 2024

Dream Shamanism - Extraterrestrial Understandings & Synchromysticism Beyond the Illusion? πŸ˜΄πŸ‘½πŸ›ŒπŸ’€πŸ‘ΎπŸͺ„πŸ‡πŸ°

I recently put a search in the Apple Podcasts search engine for "Synchromysticism" to see if there were any interesting podcast episodes to listen to about the subject, and there weren't many.
Just the usual suspects like Chris Knowles and his BS (Belief System;-) and Marty Leeds with his Flat Earth BS and lunacy.
Marty's episode is good if you want a laugh ... at his BS:-)
Daniel Rekshan
Especially when paired with this 'Beyond the Illusion' podcast featuring the 'Owl Guy' Mike Clelland.
As much as I like Mike's work with relating owls and synchronicity in his life and the lives of others out there, I could never take his "I'm a UFO abdutee" story seriously.
Mike Clelland's and the SKYMAN's March 15th Dream Synch?
But put in the perspective of Dream Shamanism I can buy that story ... literally, if I want to;-)
The Philosophy of a Hidden Experience?
I had a dream last night that I bought a waterbed and when I was assembling it at home, found out when filling it up that there were small holes in the bladder where water was leaking out from, making the bed unusable to sleep in.
I would never consider buying a waterbed for my home in real life, so it probably says something about my dreaming life which Daniel may have an answer to?-)
Clelland, Bird and Name Synchronicities?πŸ¦‰πŸ¦πŸ“•

April 28, 2024

Alex Garland Reveals How Civil War is Partly Autobiographical?πŸŽ₯πŸ’£✍

When I saw 'Civil War' at the cinema last week, I wondered how California and Texas would come together to fight a war against other American states?
Civil War (2024 film)
So, it was good to hear it from the horse's mouth in that You Tube right at the top of this post.
And good to hear that Alex shares my own political views as a "Centrist".
4 Movies in One Day?🍿🎦
It's definitely worth a look if you really like your news fair and balanced;-)
The Man in the High Castle
 (TV series)
Having just finished watching the 4 seasons of Amazon's 'The Man in the High Castle' where there was more or less an American civil war in that series between all of the occupying forces which had taken over America (and even demolished the Statue of Liberty), it was a bit of a contrast watching Garland's new movie in the same week.

The Way, My Way?πŸ₯ΎπŸ₯Ύ

I saw the above movie poster when I was at the cinema the other day, and this was the first time I knew Bill Bennett had completed his film project.
I find it interesting that Bill has cast Chris Haywood out of the 1988 movie 'Emerald City' to play Bill:-)

UPDATE: 2024
Conversations Podcast: Chris Haywood
I sounds like Chris has been following his GPS, as well:-)

UPDATE: 2024

April 27, 2024

The Man in the High Castle: Book vs Series?πŸŽ₯πŸ“•πŸ―πŸ°

I nearly finished viewing the Amazon series adaption of PKD's book on Hitler's birthday (April 20th), but ended up finishing the last episode the day after on April 21st, the late Queen of England's birthday ironically:-)
Which seemed apt, because in the book the British Empire wins the war in our universe and I like to think we did, too ... didn't we?-)
Personally, I thought the series was way better than the book, but I wasn't a fan of either, to tell the truth, and found them both a slog to get through.
I was wondering how other people liked the book or the series, but I couldn't find a lot reviews about the complete series vs the book on the net.
Apart from opinionated reviews from people like this person below, who seemed to use the word "hate" a lot in her You Tube review, ironically:-)
She certainly liked the series, didn't she?-)
I think she forgot that it was meant to be a PKD adaption?
She should try reading all of his work, if she felt that way about the series:-)
I thought Rufus Sewell stole the series in his role as John Smith, an SS ObergruppenfΓΌhrer, later promoted to Oberst-GruppenfΓΌhrer, and then to Reichsmarschall of the colony of North America.
It took me a while to realize that Rufus was in the 1998 movie 'Dark City' -
And he was in the 2019 movie 'Judy' ... but we ain't gonna talk about 'Judy';-)
How times change?

Every Man, Woman and Wolverine is a Star? ⭐🀩🟎

I saw this movie poster at the cinema the other day and it reminded me of an old post of mine were
Hugh holds the Guinness World Record for playing the beast, plus I haven't seen a good Disney Marvel film for quite a while, so I might have to give this one a viewing in July -
The Wisdom of Oz ... and Aphorisms?
'Deadpool & Wolverine' comes out in America on July 26th according to the trailer, which I find rather synchromystic -
Notre Dame Should Be Ready for the Paris Olympics Opening on July 26th?πŸ“•πŸ”₯πŸš’πŸŽ†