Synchromysticism

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

- Jake Kotze

June 13, 2017

Emma Watson, Bill Paxton, Oscar Night and Synching Like a Stone

I mentioned these eerie Emma Watson/Bill Paxton synchs in an updated version of my post about the late Bill Paxton playing Emma's father in the new movie 'The Circle' in this post -
Emma Watson's Eerie Circle
But I thought this bunch of Titanic syncs deserved their own stand alone post.
Emma Watson's birthday of April 15th is not only the date the Boston Marathon bombing took place on, as mentioned in
Jake Kotze's synchromystic video with all of the PKD connections to "Bladerunner" -
ARMED With a DREAM - Peace of Me
But April 15th, was the actual day that the Titanic sunk.
"The sinking of the RMS Titanic occurred on the night of 14 April through to the morning of 15 April 1912 in the North Atlantic Ocean,"

Bill Paxton in the movie Titanic
Bill Paxton passed away the day before Oscar night 2017, while TV commercials of Paxton wearing a Rolex watch on his ARM in the movie Titanic were featured throughout the Oscars telecast.
If you listen carefully to the Rolex commercial Bill mentions
April 15th in that Titanic clip featured in the ad.
Emma Watson was offered the role in 'La La Land' that
Emma Stone took ironically enough, for which Emma Stone picked up the Oscar that night.
Emma Watson Explains Why She Wasn’t in La La Land
Oh, and who is the star of the new 'Blade Runner' film coming out soon?-)
Life is one strange dance, especially in Hollywood and everything is connected it seems.
Eerie George Michael Synch in the new movie 'La La Land'
You might want to click on the link below and watch Jake Kotze's Emma Watson/Boston Marathon bombing/Bladerunner synch film again after reading all of this -
ARMED With a DREAM - Peace of Me
That's if you are good at piecing things together. ;-)

1 comment:

Trish and Rob MacGregor said...

Ryan Gosling as the new bladerunner! Yeah, I can see it. And I loved the original movie.