Stories of Synchronicity: bumping into my dad in a magazine

I spent a long time living in a small countryside town in Nepal with my parter, who is Japanese. Somewhere into our stay we found ourselves visiting Kathmandu, and while there we found a cute little Japanese restaurant and had lunch there. We were feeling bored with a little time to kill, and there was … Continue reading »

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Stories of Synchronicity – Message In A Bottle Found 12 Years After It Was Tossed Into The Ocean

A Canadian teen’s message in a bottle has been found on an island in Maine 12 years after it was first tossed into the ocean, the Welland Tribune reports. In 2000, 3-year-old Taryn McKee was on vacation with her family in Letete, New Brunswick, when her mother suggested she write a note to send out … Continue reading »

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Mothers and babies can instantly synchronize their hearts just by smiling at each other

See this story over on io9: Mothers and babies can instantly synchronize their hearts just by smiling at each other Synchronicity exists everywhere binding together all of reality.

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1932, the economy, and fractal recurrence

Terence McKenna’s ‘Timewave Zero’ theory detailed in his book , proposes that time and events through history follow a fractal pattern. See “The spectre of 1932: How a loss of faith in politicians and democracy could make 2012 the most frightening year in living memory” from the Daily Mail. It seems that events from 80 … Continue reading »

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A person’s surname can influence their career, experts claim

Scientists are exploring the theory that people are drawn to certain trades and professions based on the connotations of their surnames. The phenomenon can be observed among famous figures such as the World champion sprinter Usain Bolt or the 18th century poet William Wordsworth. Read the full article here. Synchronicity, or psychology? Perhaps both.

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Lincoln & Kennedy: Fractal Recurrence

There is however a debunking of this up on Snopes. See here:

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7 Stories of synchronicity

The ‘Jim Twins’ In 1979 an American psychology professor came across twins who had been separated at birth but led startlingly similar lives. Both sets of adoptive parents had named them James, both boys had dogs named Toy, both married twice – first to wives named Linda, secondly to wives named Betty – one named … Continue reading »

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Oil Spill: Synchronicity or Fractal Recurrence?

It seems that the April 2010 Deepwater Horizon Gulf oil spill and the May 2010 Alaska Pipeline oil spill are a verbatim repetition of events from 1979. Synchronicity or Fractal Recurrence? Rachel Maddow covers it in this video: The topic of Historic Recurrence is one that has not been given enough exposure, as it is … Continue reading »

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Synchronicity at work: “Multiple discovery”

There’s a strange phenomenon at work in the world involving the advancement of human technology and science that occurs through in bouts of synchronicity. From wikipedia: Commonly cited examples of multiple independent discovery are the 17th-century independent formulation of calculus by Isaac Newton, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz and others, described by A. Rupert Hall; the 18th-century … Continue reading »

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