Marilyn Monroe, Elvis, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Princess Diana PART II

In the first post in this Series we observed that the above list of famous celebrities all had birth or death dates in August. A number of specific coincidences were mentioned, including that Madonna was born on the anniversary of Elvis’ death, and Michael Jackson and Madonna were born within less than two weeks of each other in 1958. One reader pointed out that Lisa Marie Presley was both Elvis’ daughter and Michael Jackson’s wife, which for purposes of the Synchronicity Code constitutes a meaningful coincidence that was “hiding in broad daylight”.

In this, our second in this Series, we will show the Code sequence based on the coincidence, from a timing perspective, that Elvis and Princess Diana died almost exactly 20 years apart. In the book, we go into why time periods ending in “0″ (10 years, 20 years, 100 years, etc.) are important. Suffice it to say that when you have a date pairing in which the interval is related to the Power of Ten, you should consider it a valid candidate to look for a 3rd event at a mathematically harmonious point in time.

This will also give us the opportunity to provide another example of how to use the Code Calculator, including use of the “you pick” function used for harmonic intervals that, for brevity’s sake, do not show up in the standard grid of the Calculator. To begin, open the Calculator page, click the “Click to Edit” button and plug in Elvis’ death date of 8/16/1977 and Princess Diana’s death date of 8/31/1997.

The next step demonstrates how to use the “you pick” function. (If you’ve left the calculator to come back here and then go back to the Calculator, you may have to re-click the “Click to Edit”, and re-enter the above dates.) In the box under the “# Months” column in the “Roll back into the Past” area in the upper right, change the “4″ in the yellow highlighted box to “.75″. The relevant portion of the spreadsheet should now look like this:

Now look at the date to the right of the yellow box. Do you see it? The date is August 5, 1962, isn’t it? That is the exact day that Marilyn Monroe died.

Until you get more familiar with the Synchronicity Code calculator, it may seem I pulled “.75″ out of a hat. But you can see that all the calculations in the calculator are based on natural fractions or multiples of the base timespan. Logically, .75 is the same thing as what is already shown on the calculator as 1.75 for fractional future dates; to simplify, we just didn’t include the same numbers rolling back into the past.

You also might believe that we poured over reams and reams of modern history to find this precise example to share with you. That’s just not the case. What is the case is that Marilyn Monroe and Princess Di, two of the most famous blondes in modern history, both tragically died young, and their deaths are precisely mapped across time using Elvis’ death, also tragic and young, as the middle marker.

In case you have any lingering doubts about whether the lives, and deaths of Marilyn and Princess Diana were precisely correlated by the Synchronicity Code, we’ll leave you with one more “coincidence”. Marilyn was born June 1, 1926 and died August 5, 1962, at the age of 36. Princess Di was born July 1, 1961 and died August 31, 1997, at the age of…36! Marilyn lived for 434 months. Princess Di lived for…434 months! Marilyn lived for 13214 days. Princess Di lived for 13210 days! Only 4 days separates the exact lifespans of Marilyn Monroe and Princess Diana. You can confirm these calculations on the Calculator. Bear in mind that these figures involve their birth and death dates, so it is entirely separate from the Code correlation of the Marilyn-Elvis-Princess Di deaths. And yet, the fact that their lifespans match so precisely is a stunning coincidence, is it not?

Why do you think it happened?

It happened because events are being choreographed according to an heretofore undiscovered force. It happened because the Synchronicity Code is true.


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