For thousands of years, a hidden force has been choreographing events on the stage of mankind’s history. This same invisible force is choreographing events as we speak, including events in your own life.
The Synchronicity Code is a new discovery about how history repeats based on numeric time sequences. Things don’t just happen when they happen. They happen when they’re supposed to happen.
What determines when events are supposed to happen?
It is the interval of time between two events that determines when a subsequent event will occur. It all boils down to hidden cycles, but to see them, we need to calculate simple fractions between the two outside events, such as 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, in order to arrive at them. These intervals then “roll” forward to find the next related event in the sequence.
How do events relate according to the Synchronicity Code?
This is where Jung’s notion of synchronicity, or meaningful coincidences, comes in. The events that map themselves across time often give obvious clues in the form of coincidences, like the fact that both Lincoln and Kennedy were shot in the back of the head by Southerners in their 20s while seated next to their wives. This leads us to suspect that synchronicity is something much more than isolated, “just-so” stories. Rather, they may be markers of a pervasive force that weaves the fabric of time itself.
9/11 was one of the most traumatic events in the history of the U.S., reminiscent of the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor. But it is no accident that people associated these two events in their minds. Although they are separated by 60 years, the two events are also mathematically linked by a complex, multi-layered “surprise attack” cycle, involving among other events, the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center. The timeline is accurate to within a day.
But its true. I assure you that al Qaeda didn’t plan it that way, nor that this was part of some government conspiracy. It is part of something much bigger, much more important than that.
You can research the Synchronicity Code by taking key events of history (Wikipedia is a great preliminary source for dates) and then mapping the events out according to the Synchronicity Code. We’ll first summarize the number crunching part of this mapping process and then tell you how to do the calculations very easily. Take the dates of two events you wish to research. Divide the number of days between those two dates by 2, by 3, by 4 and by the Fibonacci ratio. Add (or subtract) those divisions (or multiples) from one or the other base measuring date and then check to see if there is a meaningfully corresponding third event. That is the mathematical basis of the Synchronicity Code. But to make this as easy as possible, we invite you to use the Code Calculator on this site.
Distinguishing features of the Synchronicity Code discovery include:
- The Code is based on cycles, but they are not always of the same duration or periodicity.
- The cycles utilize simple whole number divisions and multiples.
- There is no known cause for the Synchronicity Code.
- The discovery is integrally related to the phenomenon of meaningful coincidences, or to use the term coined by C.G. Jung, synchronicity.
- The magnitude of a predicted event in a Synchronicity Code series often appears to be related to timeframes ending in “zero”, which we refer to as the “Power of Ten” corollary.
- Unlike many natural cycles, the Synchronicity Code often expresses itself with pinpoint accuracy.
- The focus of the Synchronicity Code is only on events which have a significant cognitive meaning for human beings.
A detailed exploration of the discovery can be found in the book, The Synchronicity Code which is available at Amazon.com.