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 11-29-2006, 03:21 AM #1 (permalink) Junior Member   Join Date: Nov 2006 Location: Wisconsin Posts: 4 Guides and Numbers Hello all, I'm wondering if anyone out there can help me shed some light on this. It's the wierdest thing (to me). Here goes: I've got this second job (yeah I know, I'm working on that). Anyway, I often have to add up fairly long strings of numbers. Really, the numbers represent dollars and cents; so, often the totals equal a 4 digit number with a decimal right in the middle. So here's the weird part. I am often (it seems really often) coming up with (for lack of a better name) synchronistic totals. In fact I'm at work right now, and after adding 13 numbers came up with a total of 97.79. It's almost freaky now when the totals pop up on the calculator. It might be 30.30 or 21.12 or sometimes after adding up a string of say, 9 or more numbers all with two digit decimals, I'll end up with a neat and even total without a decimal. At first I thought, "Hmm, I wonder what the statistical chances of that are?" But now I'm starting to think somebody might be trying to tell me something. My problem (of course) is that I have absolutely no idea what these numbers might mean. Can anyone shed some light? Maybe I should start keeping track of them? Maybe I'm making a big deal out of nothing? It just seems to happen so often now that I can't disregard it any more. I did a google search but came up empty. I seem to remember Erin mentioning in one of her blogs that she had a special number that would repeat, and that once Steve helped her figure out the message after she misinterpreted it. I don't think there is any repeating going on here. Just an uncanny amount of sychronicity. Thanks in advance for any consideration (or clues)! 1dra
 12-02-2006, 11:10 AM #3 (permalink) Senior Member   Join Date: Nov 2006 Posts: 311 1dra, You're probably just noticing them now every time, just like anyone reading this will likely begin to as well... If you really want to see if it's showing up more than "normal" keep track of the total amount of numbers you see to check. Additionally, their might be some mathmatical reason depending on the numbers being totaled, which are most likely NOT random. Stephen Power-Book Library: Free personal development, success, inspiration and motivational classics
 01-02-2007, 03:47 PM #5 (permalink) Senior Member   Join Date: Dec 2006 Location: UK Posts: 197 dont mean to hijack, but any idea what lots of threes mean? theyve been popping up everywhere for me for the past few days.
 01-04-2007, 07:59 AM #6 (permalink) Member   Join Date: Nov 2006 Posts: 66 Hi skydust. Me also. The last 3 days I've noticed 11:11 once. 1:11 once. 5:55 once, and 3:33 like 3 times. I've been having terrible social anxiety disorder the last few years, and I feel ready to get a job. So I'm slowly making my way into the work field by going outside more, and walking the streets. I'm guessing it's trying to tell me I'm on the right path doing this? Last edited by RallyMcnally; 01-04-2007 at 08:01 AM.
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