The Sync Book

The Sync Book, edited by Alan Green, was released on Sept 11 2011. It features 26 writers on synchronicity, myths, magic, media and mindscapes.

Featuring Neil Kramer, Alan Green, Jake Kotze, Steve Willner, Goro Adachi, Jason Barrera, Douglas Bolles, Peg Carter, Sibyl Hunter, Justin Gray Morgan and many others.

Find out what the pioneers and pyromaniacs of synchromysticism are saying, doing, thinking and conjuring. 26 writers, bloggers and artists share their experiences and perspectives on the strange and beautiful universe in which we live.

Not to mention, if the venerable John Carpenter can be seen grasping a copy in his mitts (director of classics Halloween, The Fog, Escape From New York, The Thing and They Live) – then it has to be quite cool.

What Is Synchromysticism? Nothing in existence is fundamentally divisible or separate. All things and events, even the observer of things and events, are part of an inseparable union. Synchronicity happens when we notice the bleed-through from one seemingly separate thing into another, or when we for a brief moment move beyond the mind’s divisions of the world.

Synchromysticism explores this phenomenon – the interpenetration of all things – and seeks to increase the ability to recognize relationships, by relaxing the rigid conceptualization of the world. This inevitably leads to a more joyful and whole everyday experience, as the environment, and person experiencing that environment, become part of a conscious interactive process of Self-Realization.

CLICK HERE for The Sync Book website – find out more and purchase.

You can also CLICK HERE to hear Alan talk to Henrik Palmgren of Red Ice Radio about the project.

CLICK HERE for the Facebook page.