Todd Campbell points out this Lollipop/OZ sync in the comments section of part 1.
Lollipop Guild - A Scene From "The Wizard Of Oz" (1939)
The Lollipop Guild wishes a warm welcome on Judy Garland as Dorothy Gale to Munchkinland of OZ. She is presented with a lollipop, the synchromystic MacGuffin that binds the K2 Candy posts together. (See previous post for the K2 candy Lollipop sync connections).
Dorothy having recently arrived by flying Wicked Witch squashing house in Oz. We see psychedelic reference points in the lotus pond and the mushroom shaped houses.
Man, I feel sorry for honest and interested folks that stumble on to these pages for the first time, what a mess it must seem at first... Patience please folks.
Some heavyweight synchromysticism arrives when considering Liza Minnelli the daughter of Judy Garland ('Lollipop Girl' Dorothy Gale from Oz) staring in "Cabaret". She can be seen singing in a 1931 Berlin night club the Kit Kat Club as Germany is about to walk down the Nazi path. As was seen in Part 1 the Kit Kat bar is a K2 (the holy pyramountain) resonator. Thus the daughter of the OZ/ZO/Pan/77 'Lollipop Girl' struts her stuff inside a K2/2K resonator.
Like her mother she has also played and sang as Dorothy in the animated "Journey Back To Oz".
Talking of double K Kats like Kit Kat, Todd again uncovers a sync gem when he pointed out Krazy Kat in a communique.
Krazy Kat's three central characters. Left to right: Ignatz Mouse, Officer Pupp, Krazy Kat
Krazy Kat is a comic strip created by George Herriman that appeared in U.S. newspapers between 1913 and 1944. It was first published in William Randolph Hearst's New York Evening Journal, and Hearst was a major booster for the strip throughout its run.
More synchromystic gold as Hearst is the inspiration for Orson Welles' media magnate Charles Foster "Citizen Kane". In the video duo "Why 2K?" Welles (a Crowley resonator as Le Chiffre in Casino Royale) as Kane is compared to Kublai Khan (KK/2K/K2). Meaning Hearst who backed Krazy Kat (the prototypical Tom and Jerry and Itchy and Scratchy, seemingly a good read to boot!) is himself like our cartoon and chocolate Kats a KK resonator.
The Pyramid with possible 'all seeing eye' behind Officer Pup in a Krazy Kat Panel
Candy like the lollipop and soda bottle doubles as phallic and 'young innocence' symbols in Kubrick's "Lolita". These symbols ad even more nervous tension in this classic story about the propriety stretching relationship between an old dude (James Mason) and a 12 year old girl.
Our 'Lollipop Girl' (Sue Lyon) on the checker floor not unique, it would seem in the world of the synchromystic nymphet.
The following sync I personally find most perplexing. I sat through half of David Lynch's "Inland Empire" a few nights ago thinking to myself "Sheesh, look at the mind supposedly calmed by transcendental meditation." when, Pow! This weirdo seemingly pointless scene of Jeremy Irons hits my neurons.
Jeremy Irons - Inland Empire - 2K Scene
Jeremy Irons:"Bucky J.... We haven't yet got the 2K in quite the right place.. "
I further thought (now with a little more of the standard reverence I usually reserve for Mr Lynch), "How many days until it gains some contextual relevance to the synchromystic research?" I took less then a week as..
Jeremy Irons is the creepy old dude in the 1997 version of Lolita!
Lolita's (Dominique Swain) candy confection of choice has here however changed into bubblegum but her penchant for checker floors has remained.
Barely nubile Jodie Foster joins our sugar swilling junkie honeys in Taxi Driver, much reviewed in "Contact? Check!: Part 3"
Yet again another synchromystic checker floor sync wink.
This band never ceases to amuse with there inventive track/album names and extreme seriousness turning into a parody of itself.
Cradle of Filth - Nymphetamine
Some recent groovy candy related posts (I write this having just finished a Snickers bar. I try and tell myself its "method blogging", help me..) in the synchrosphere.
"Inside The Tehutsi Role Pop" over at "Inside the Cosmic Cube"
"JewJewBees" from "The Stygian Port"
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