This film was a collaborative effort on the part of many researchers working in the field of synchronicity and 'high weirdness,' uncovering anomolies that could be called impossible in their implications, yet demonstrably true regardless. One intention of this project is simply to share our discoveries with those open minded individuals who recognize and appreciate our documentation and get some degree of the joy from its reception as we do in its delivery. It is in the nature of this research that various media be utilized to convey one's findings, there simply is no other way; therefore, it is our hope (and quite literally our prayer) that its ultimate purpose and significance be acknowledged and accepted by whosoever determines what is permissible through this platform in regard to copyright, seeing as how this is non profit research, despite its uncoventional form, which we assure you is the way it is specifically to encourage insight on the part of the viewer, rather than compartmentalizing what is being presented in a more traditional analytic way. This film centers mainly around Back to the Future, the band ABBA, Stanley Kubrick, the 1980 film The Visitors/Artificial Intelligence, The Walk, 9-11, and the 2 biggest hotel fires that have occurred in U.S. history: The Winecoff fire of 1946 in Atlanta Georgia and the MGM Grand fire of 1980 in Paradise Nevada, the 2nd of which happened to occur the day and year The Visitor was released in the U.S. while the location of the 1st can be seen in one of the opening shots of said film. This project was inspired by extensive studies in the Zohar and years of translating ancient Kabbalistic texts from Hebrew and Aramaic with a Rabbi. When these studies were applied to the goings on in the world at large, the following is what had emerged out of this. This film took well over a year to arrange, though many, many years to actually develop; it is dedicated to the band ABBA; it is therefor this writer's wish that it somehow makes it to them (of course I realize this potential outcome to be highly unlikely, but as this work itself demonstrates, stranger things have certainly happened, no doubt). For more experimental sync films, podcasts, etc. visit our website.
Plate engages in art, film, and music creations that draw connections among various elements of modern culture (movies, music lyrics, historical happenings and esoteric knowledge). He also finds connections that could be coming from the "collective unconscious mind," and between occult knowledge (i.e. esoteric fraternities, cults and secret rituals), politics and mass media.