Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Top Synchromystics of 2017

Top Synchromystics of 2017
by Loren Coleman

"Synchromysticism: The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance." ~ Jake Kotze, The Brave New World Order, August 18, 2006.

Synchromystic of the Year 2017: David Charles Plate

David Charles Plate is a synchronicity filmmaker, artist, and an authority in Hebrew Kabbalah. He is a student of the Zohar and the Occult. He notes, in his Facebook profile, that he has worked, in the past, at Ultramat and Metavinyl, and now at Picture Appeal, The Sync Book and Gonzo Journalism. 

A major work that has inspired others is Sorry Cassandra I Misunderstood: EVERYTHING PREDICTS 9-11.

David Charles Plate wrote somewhere once: "My close friend [Joe Alexander] produced a film called Back to the Future Predicts 9-11, this is both a response to this video of his, as well as its sequel."

He lives in Santa Cruz, and is from Santa Cruz, California. For more, see here.

The Living

Who are the other top theorists doing "twilight language"/"sychromystical" research, contributions, or writings? Who has done this work? Here is my list. They are given alphabetically by their last names, so as not to show any preference or ranking.

Goro Adachi, blogger of Super Torch Ritual, formerly Etemenanki. Goro's "wide-ranging treatment - basically an exercise in esoteric dot-joining involving Nostradamus, the Sphinx, the Pyramids, world-mythology, the Bible, and much else - is ingenious, and contains much that is both thoughtful and thought-provoking." - Peter Lemesurier

Nick "PsoNik" Aitchison, chair at Psubliminal Productions

Joe Alexander, filmmaker Back to the Future Predicts 9/11 (released on YouTube on July 27, 2015, and viewed over 3 million times). Alexander was named the "Synchromystic Of The Year 2016."

Rodney Ascher, filmmaker, director of 2012's Room 237, and 2015's Nightmare.

Matthew Bell, blogger at The Bell Curve.

Tim Binnall, founder of the Fortean think tank Binnall of America, an online coterie that features both an audio program and a talented staff of writers. Host and producer of the podcast BoA:Audio. Contributor to Coast to Coast AM's After Dark magazine.

Greg Bishop, author of 2000's Wake Up Down There! Excluded Middle Anthology, 2005's Project Beta: The Story of Paul Bennewitz, National Security, and the Creation of a Modern UFO Myth, and other works.

Jim Brandon, author of 1978's Weird America and 1983's The Rebirth of Pan: Hidden Faces of the American Earth Spirit.

[Loren Coleman, author of 1987's Suicide Clusters, 2004's The Copycat Effect, 2017's Mothman: Evil Incarnate, and this Twilight Language blog. Some favorites - the Name Game, Fayette Factor, Mothman Death Curse, Cryptokubrology, and intense interests in onomatology/toponymy go back to the 1970s. (To exclude myself seemed beyond modesty.)]

Mike Clelland, owls. Need anyone say more?

Joan d'Arc, co-founder/co-publisher of Paranoia: The Conspiracy Reader, editor of 1996's Paranoid Women Collect Their Thoughts, The Conspiracy Reader, and The New Conspiracy Reader.

Alex Fulton, creator of Cryptokubrology on Twitter and mastermind (in association with Shawn Montgomery) behind various cryptokubrology contributions on YouTube and Facebook. See inspirational site here.

Adam Gorightly, author of 2003's The Prankster and the Conspiracy: The Story of Kerry Thornley and How He Met Oswald and Inspired the Counterculture, and 2008's James Shelby Downard's Mystical War. He hosts The Early Discordians on Facebook.

Alan Green, the creator of Sync Quick News, the organizer of the Olympic Sync Summit, and the publisher of 2011's The Sync Book, 2012's The Sync Book 2, and the unpublished Suicide Kings. Alan Green was named the "Synchromystic Of The Year 2014."

Andrew W. Griffin, creator of Red Dirt Report. Griffin is the rare journalist who reports on everything from politics to music, from a synchromystic point of view.

Craig Heimbichner, author of 2005's Blood on the Altar, coauthor of 2012's Ritual America.

Michael Anthony Hoffman II, author of 2001's Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare; and editor of various works by James Shelby Downard.

Sibyl Hunter, blogger at The Libyan Sibyl and The Mask of God; contributor of 2011's The Sync Book.

Red Pill Junkie, blogger at The Daily Grail.

Paul Kimball, author of 2012's The Other Side of Truth. Filmmaker, Stanton T. Friedman Is Real; Best Evidence; Denise Djokic: Seven Days Seven Nights, Synchronicity, and Fields of Fear; Eternal Kiss, and Damnation.

Christopher Loring Knowles, author of Our Gods Wear Spandex: The Secret History of Comic Book Heroes, co-author of  The Complete X-Files: Behind the Series, and other books. He blogs regularly at The Secret Sun.

Johanna Lenski, synchromy stic & scientific occultist, contributor to The Sync Book's Always Record 112, and possible Chief Photo Editor of Culture Crux.

SMiles Lewis, creator of Anomaly Archives, Anomaly Radio, and Anomaly Television.

Will Morgan, one of the original members of The Sync Whole group, a contributor to The Sync Books and the Olympic Sync Summit, and a co-host creator of 42 Minutes. "Synchromystic Of The Year 2015" was Will Morgan.

Adam Parfrey, publisher at Amok Press & Feral House; editor/author of numerous works, including 1988's The Manson File, 1990's Apocalypse Culture, 1995's Cult Rapture, 2000's Apocalypse Culture II; and coauthor of 2012's Ritual America.

Theo Paijmans, co-author (with John Keel) of 1998's Free Energy Pioneer: John Worrell Keely and 2008's The VRIL Society.

Kenn Thomas, publisher/editor of Steamshovel Press; editor of Popular Alienation; coauthor of 1996's The Octopus: Secret Government and the Death of Danny Casolaro and 1999's Inside the Gemstone File; author of 1996's NASA, Nazis & JFK, 1997's Mind Control, Oswald & JFK, 1999's Maury Island UFO: The Crisman Conspiracy, and many other books.

Guillaume Samard, an experiencer of sync life in France, involved deeply with Sync Book Press and Olympia Sync Summit.

Chris Savia, correspondent for The Anomalist, Week In Weird, The Grail and other sites.

Robert Damon Schneck, author of 2005's The President's Vampire, 2014's Mrs. Wakeman vs the Antichrist: And Other Strange-but-True Tales from American History, and 2016's The Bye Bye Man.

Jacques Vallee, author of Passport to Magonia, Invisible College, Messengers of Deception, as well as his trilogy, Dimensions, Confrontations, and Revelations - and other books.

The Departed

Some significant theorists have passed away, so with a historical ranking by death date, here they are:

James Shelby Downard (March 13, 1913 – March 16, 1998), author of 2006's The Carnivals of Life and Death, and essays, including “King-Kill/33: Masonic Symbolism in the Assassination of John F. Kennedy” and “Sorcery, Sex, Assassination."

Jim Keith (September 21, 1949 – September 7, 1999), author of 1992's Gemstone File, 1993's Secret and Suppressed, 1994's Black Helicopters over America, 1995's Saucers of the Illuminati, 1996's The Octopus, 1996's Okbomb! Conspiracy and Coverup, and other works.

Robert Anton Wilson (January 18, 1932 РJanuary 11, 2007), coauthor of 1975's The Illuminatus! Trilogy; author of 1973's The Sex Magicians, 1979-1981's Schr̦dinger's Cat Trilogy, 1977-1995's Cosmic Trigger Trilogy, and other works.


John A. Keel (March 25, 1930 – July 3, 2009), author of 1957's Jadoo, 1970's UFOs: Operation Trojan Horse, 1971's Our Haunted Planet, 1975's The Mothman Prophecies, 1975's The Eighth Tower, and other works. Anomalist Books republished John Keel's books in recent years, and more information and links can be found here, here, and here.

Mac Tonnies (August 20, 1975-October 22, 2009), author of 2004's After the Martian Apocalypse, and 2010's The Cryptoterrestrials, published after his sudden death at 34. Writer of the Posthuman Blues blog. Co-author with Paul Kimball of 2007's Doing Time. Kimball and Greg Bishop have been involved with the publishing of the collected writings of Tonnies.

My sincere thanks to the anonymous and all those above who 
have freely exchanged intellectual ideas and data in this growing field. Also the same goes to all my old friends that blog no more, such as Enki King and Through The Looking Glass's Filmnoir23.

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