By Mark Grant/A Tale of Two Synchronicities – Mapping Hidden Event Horizons
In this post we move beyond the information presented in the 1st Vatican Anomalies post.
In my own investigation into synchronicity and unusual events, I have found that it can really pay to not just note what may be a ‘sign’, but to also try ‘reading’ it.
I have also noted that when there is an especially strong ‘sync’, on many occasions other improbable signs appear in close proximity.
This was certainly the case in terms of what occurred at the Vatican, on the day that Pope Benedict resigned. The entire global media had turned in the general direction of Rome following the stunning news. And as the buzz circulated throughout the planet, lightning stuck the top of the Dome. And this was no ordinary day. The leader of the world’s largest church resigned, in an institution where this hasn’t happened in 600 years.
Inthe first of this two-part post I proposed that the lightning incident at St. Peter’s Square was an intervention that was ultimately ‘designed’ to relate to Pope Francis’ election as the new pontiff a month later. This connection was established through another anomaly that took place on March 13th, the day he was elected.
The short story is that Francis is a big fan of an Argentine soccer team called San Lorenzo, and in 2008 he joined the team’s fan club. On the day of his election as Pope, proud San Lorenzo supporters of the club blasted his fan club ID online.
One can easily imagine that many people in Argentina would have been ecstatic to hear the news about Francis’ election that day. And one can imagine how stunned they were later that day, when the results for the national lottery came in.
The winning numbers matched the last four digits of the new Pope’s fan club ID.
Francis’s fan club ID – 88235Lotto result 8235
Just like those lighting strikes, we have an incident that is both extremely improbable and very timely. Slacker that I am, I wouldn’t have looked any further, but as I was posting the first part of this blog I happened to notice something rather unusual about that lottery result. The more I thought about what I saw, the more I came to conclude that it was a ‘reinforcer’…
Can you see it?
Okay, find anything?
Note the second number that was drawn, 5382.
This just happens to contain the exact same digits as the winning number, 8253.
And that makes for another very unusual pairing. (The odds were discussed in the earlier post. I figure the odds here are a little less than 1 in 400. Even if this is not quite right, we can be sure this pairing is very rare.)
Picture that from our hypothetical designer’s point of view. We are already presupposing that the designer fixed the main result, in order to get people in Argentina thinking that the main lotto result was an act of intervention.
This would be a discreet way of further encouraging, or reinforcing such an interpretation, for the benefit of those willing to think about such matters.
With that thought in mind, consider something else. When the second number is subtracted from the winning number, as in 8235 minus 5382, the difference is 2853. The resulting number also contains the same four digits as the first two.
In effect, the result leads us back to the very reason why the first two numbers are so unusual…
Hmmm…. To see how veryunlikely this is, consider spending some time subtracting randomly generated four-digit numbers from other four-digit numbers that contain the same digits, but in different order. How long would it for you to repeat this result just once? But throw on a pot of coffee if you decide to give this a try.
Now, consider the Benedict’s resignation, Francis’ election and the Argentinian lotto one last time from a different angle. Suppose the designer wanted to hint at its involvement in these events, by making sure a German cartoon prophesied Benedict’s resignation by way of cartoon in his homelandfeaturing a lotteryon the resignation. Three relevant symbolic associations are prominently encoded that reference the future events.
As I would soon find out after making the initial publication of this post, there is much more to be found when one looks in this direction. Perhaps this shouldn’t be so surprising, if we are considering an agent that can predict resignations, elections and lottery results in terms we are proposing here…
But as we move forward, keep in mind that there are other ways of interpreting these results, aside from the conventional explanation that ‘this all must be pattern creation’… As far as alternatives goes, the second leading idea is that these results are somehow a creation of the collective unconscious mind — ‘we’ are creating those results, and the ones that follow…
* Note April 20th – Today a reader suggested that I look at the first and second lotto results as dates, adding that she couldn’t find anything on theme herself, when considering them alone. When I added the two numbers I found something very interesting. 5382 + 8253 = 13617. 13/6/17 converts to the 13th of June, 1917...Design or chance is one question, but this is certainly another major event in the Catholic Church’s recent history, the Fatima visitations.
** April 22 – In the comments section Julio Ventura pointed out that the new Pope became a member of the San Lorenzo fan club ID exactly 5 years before the Conclave that elected him first met, on March 12, 2013.
***April 23rd. Continuing with the soccer theme, the Pope’s favorite team is called the Saints. Here is should be added though, that they have other nicknames.
**** In San Lorenzo’s first game after Francis was elected, on March 16th, 2013, the players wore pictures of their number one fan, and defeated their opponent, 1-0, on a very odd ‘own goal’. And here we recall that macrosyncs are also correlated with anomalies. (Click on the image to read the story.)
***** After that game the coach of the other team resigned. This is fascinating when we consider that this anomaly may be part of a wider design. Under these terms the game also recalls Benedict’s resignation, which was announced on February 11th, 33days earlier.
It’s as if the timing here brings closure to the ‘design’ by ‘back referencing’ its origins (Benedict’s resignation) through a number (33) which speaks to the’ signature year’ of Jesus Christ, the person on whom the Catholic Church and the entire world of Christianity is based.
But is this ‘pattern creation’, on the part of a ‘true believer’ who is ultimately connecting random dots?
Perhaps. Yet, note that all of these subsequent associations are tied to either Francis’ interest in San Lorenzo soccer or the Argentine Lottery result on the day he was elected Pope. These macrosyncs are in turn tied to prominent events within the Catholic Church or in relation to San Lorenzo soccer. This is a marriage of improbability and theme.
In terms of either model we have mentioned, this combination seems like an appeal to , or a function of, bothsides of our collective brain.
As for chance, this combination sets a standard for what skeptics need to produce in order to qualify the opinionthat this is ‘pattern creation’: Can those other lottery numbers on the ticket above also be shown to produce improbable associations that are also prominently on theme?
This would lend substance to the claim that this is all ‘pattern creation’ — the kind of thing that one can find ‘anywhere’, if one looks long enough… Until then, this ‘rational’ explanation is just an unproven generalization.
There is one more thing to consider here. And here we flirt with the suggestion that our reality may somehow be an encoded one, where events may be governed, influenced or subject to mathematical functions…
It is also very unusual (improbable) that all of the number clusters we are considering would consist of Fibonacci numbers. But keep in mind that Francis’ election was ultimately based on a story about Papal succession, or regeneration (theme).
Of course it’s far to early to jump to any conclusions. But for the record, I have seen Fibonacci numbers encoded into various ‘synced’ events relating to renewal, actually. In my latest book I devote an entire chapter to this subject.
That wider body of evidence makes me wonder…. The Fibonacci numbers are known to extend throughout nature. This is a fact that is acknowledged by both materialists and mystics.
The question I have, based on these Fibonacci correlations and how the events they are tied to consistently relate to regenerative themes, is if the same thing applies to synchronicity, which can be regarded as a kind of higher physics.