Story List

Myrna Carlson

Feeling Another’s Death

On April 22, 2024, unbeknownst to me, my daughter-in-law was in the hospital 200 miles away. I was staying with a friend and walking to the kitchen. Suddenly, I felt woozy and slid down the wall. My blood pressure was dramatically low: 80/40. A ambulance was called. While in the ER getting IV fluids, my […]

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Mathew L

Date Coincidences: Rap Music and the First World War

The following occurred Sunday, April 21, 2024, while I was browsing Wikipedia and YouTube. Earlier that morning, I had listened to some songs I liked, including “Right Thurr” by Howard “Chingy” Bailey and “Runnin’” by Tupac Shakur and Christopher Wallace (“Notorious B.I.G.”). This latter song is a posthumous tribute to the two rap singers, both […]

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Julia Harrison

3 Synchronicities at Once!

One year, I was both a victim and witness of crimes, which was traumatic. I got little support from the police until I complained, so although the incidents happened in January and February, I wasn’t referred for counselling until late March. While driving to the counselling appointment, I debated whether to get coffee because I […]

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Claire B

Black Cat

I was having a rough day, emotionally. I decided to talk to my deceased cat about my regrets as I was cleaning my room. I used to play fetch with my cat with my hair elastics. Just after I said I hoped she forgave me, I moved a piece of paper and found a hair […]

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Christi Koelker

A Call to Be Remembered

In October 2018, a close friend and I decided to spend our birthdays together. They occur a week apart. We met in my hometown of Albuquerque, and I arrived first. As I drove to the airport to pick up my friend, I had this flash of an idea: We should take a trip to her […]

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Greg Fitting

Life Flow and Long Distance Synchronicities

We built a log cabin on a lake near Birchwood, Wisconsin. The location is related to where my daughter Erin’s college roommate lived. The construction of the cabin had a long and complicated backstory, and while living there, it was the site of many significant coincidences. One example is that Erin’s college roommate became my […]

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Susan Scown

Coded Note and Clairvoyant

In 2011, after my friend’s mother died, my friend wanted more uncanny “contacts” with her mother, such as had already occurred. My friend was coming to Palo Alto to spend Christmas with me. As crazy as it seemed, as a gift, I tried to find someone in the area with a reputation as a clairvoyant […]

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Susan Scown

Mrs. Kellerman, Yucaipa Psychic

When I was in high school in Whittier, California, our psychology class teacher offered projects we could do. I chose to go, with my two best friends, to have a session with famous psychic Josephine Kellerman. To get a reading, you had to park in front of her house in Yucaipa, California, in the early […]

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Susan Scown

Dream About Aunt and Cousin After Car Crash

When I was a young woman, I had a phone conversation with my mother. I told her I had had a vivid dream in which my aunt and her daughter, my cousin, were sitting in a room that was empty except for the two straight-backed chairs they were sitting in, knee to knee, talking. In my […]

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Susan Scown

When My Father Died

Before my father died, we had become very close. I had lived with him for a few years while I was sick and recovering and then while he was declining. My brother and his wife volunteered to have Dad come stay with them to give me a break. After a few months, I considered taking […]

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Renee Sugar

“My Magnificent Obsession” — Creative Pursuits Lead to Reinvented Careers

Meandering through a store one day, I spotted a paper marbling kit containing paint, pieces of paper, a comb, and an instruction book. Cost was $7.95. Should I buy it? It might be a lot of work! I made the purchase, not realizing it would take me on a journey unlike anything I had experienced. […]

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Erin Conway

Living Across the Street from the Same Person in Two Different Countries

When I lived in the U.K. in the early 1990s, I worked for a newspaper in the art department. The person whose job I took, Therese, had married an American and moved to South Carolina in the States. I wasn’t able to meet her before she moved overseas. A few years later, I moved to […]

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Brenda Wiley-Suddarth

A Message Out of the Darkness

One night, I dreamed I was in a room or space that was in total darkness when suddenly something appeared to swing towards me and pop me in the middle of my forehead. It appeared to be one inch long, with nothing above it and nothing below it. I heard myself ask, “What was that?” […]

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Caroline Danby

What Are the Chances?

I was working at a festival last summer and began talking to a young Greek girl who was travelling around Europe and briefly visiting the UK. I mentioned having been to Greece and in particular a small island. I once had a Greek boyfriend there whom I had met in France. It turned out the […]

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Brenda Wiley-Suddarth

Mom’s Journey

One afternoon in the summer of 1980, I was napping and taking advantage of the peace and quiet. During my nap, I dreamed that my eldest brother was knocking on my front door. I opened the door, and he just stood there crying. I asked him what was wrong, and he said, “Momma.” I repeated, […]

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Brenda Wiley-Suddarth

Family Dreams

I took my father to the VA Medical Center in Allen Park, Michigan, in May 1990, after he suffered a massive heart attack at his apartment. In June, the doctors diagnosed stage 4 pancreatic cancer and gave him less than 6 months to live. One night, I dreamed my dad was sitting in a barber […]

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Marton Beres-Deak

Gandalf

I joked about an old ruin, saying it must have been built by Gandalf. My friend came back in a shock as the ruins had a little sign saying: “Built by Bishop Gundulf.” 🫣 We both were amazed, as we didn’t even know it was a real name outside the film, Lord of the Rings.

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Carl Dietz

Synchronicities on the 5 Freeway: The Universe Gives a Hitchhiker a Ride

In 1977, barely 20 years old, I was hitchhiking home from San Diego on a Sunday morning. Standing at an onramp to the 5 Freeway, I noticed a cardboard sign on the ground that read “Huntington Beach.” Because that was my destination, I picked up the sign and held it up instead of using my […]

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Kathy Cervino

A Dream Message: “Laura is Pregnant”

My sister-in-law, Kim, passed away at the young age of 34. A few months later, she appeared to me in a dream. We had a conversation where she whispered in my ear, “Laura is pregnant.” It was a real voice. The funny thing was, Kim was the type of person who could never keep a […]

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Janet Curcio Wilson

Love Found Me

Like the Hansel and Gretel fairytale, my life seems to follow a series of signs like a path of breadcrumbs, which have led me closer to my life’s purpose. One such story is how I met my husband. I was returning from dancing at a conference in New Hampshire when a colleague and I drove […]

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Siobhan Marko

Coincidence While Listening to a Coincidence Podcast

As I was listening to Dr. Bernard Beitman talk with another psychologist about coincidences on his podcast, it entered my mind that I had been meaning for the last few days to call a certain retail store about my bedding, which had been on back order for the past 2.5 months. I paused the podcast […]

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LeeAnn Dewey

Message from Mom on Mother’s Day

Mom passed away in her home, “found down.” An unattended death involves the Police and Medical Examiner. Sadly, Mom and I had been estranged for many years. Being her oldest surviving child, I was legally named the Executrix. I called the crematorium and gave them Mom’s name only to be told they had no one […]

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LeeAnn Dewey

House for Sale

I went with a real estate agent to look at a house to buy. I turned to him and pointed to a house across the street saying, “This is the house I’m going to buy.” He thought I had misunderstood and said that was not house we were to look at, telling me the house […]

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Daniel German

A Coincidence about Chronic Illness (Ehlers Danlos Syndrome)

I have been diagnosed with a genetic condition called EDS (Ehlers Danlos Syndrome). It is an inability to properly create collagen in the body. As a result, my entire body is frequently affected by sudden and lasting pains, flare-ups and, consequently, emotional instability. I am frequently racked with pain and depression. This past week, my […]

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Jason Bulkeley

The Dead Princess

I dated a 38-year-old Russian woman for two years. We had everything in common, but it didn’t work out. She left me on Sunday, July 8, 2018. She died on Sunday, September 8, 2019, in a small plane crash in Marathon, Florida. She was an avid Marathon runner. The NTSB report revealed the plane crashed […]

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Sue Golden

Word Coincidences

My coincidences are most often with words. I will hear a word (usually a word that is not common), and then see it in print within about five seconds. Or vice-versa. For example, I was walking in the gym parking lot half-listening to a motivational program. I thought, “I want to buy an SUV, so […]

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Elizabeth Gibbs

Magic Is Everywhere

When I was 12, we went on a two-week vacation to Delaware. For the first time, we left our orange cat named Mango, and a neighbor come to care for him. When we returned home, he had sprayed in our house, so we knew he was scared. We were all sitting there when Mango formed […]

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Jason Bulkeley

Beitman the Artist

Today, 12 February 2024, while seated at Roggenart Cafe in Towson, Maryland with my friend Ron, an 80-year-old Vietnam veteran, discussing Dr. Bernard Beitman’s project on coincidences, among other subjects, I noticed a framed pastel portrait for sale hanging on the wall right next to me at my booth. It was a fine, full-length pastel […]

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Julian Gordon

Coin Toss

On a Tuesday, I flipped a coin. It landed on heads five times in a row, so I cancelled my travel plans. The next day, I got a call to help with an event for Friday and Saturday. During the event, a lady urgently needed to get to her car, so I went with her. […]

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Liz Rohan

Godfathers

In January 2021, I finally got motivated to go through my father’s memorabilia. He had died in 2013. The first item I grabbed was a photo of his 1940s Catholic school class with names of the kids written on the back, including his best friend Max. My son was going to a Catholic school that […]

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Edward LeCount

A Book Coincides with Real Life

One day, I was working at #18 on 18th Avenue, ZIP code 94118, in San Francisco. When I took lunch, I parked across the street from where I was working and began reading my book. The character in the book was on his way to question a man whose wife had been murdered recently. The […]

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Kathy Cervino

Surname

I met my husband through my best friend in high school. He had moved to Georgia from New Jersey and started to work at my old high school where my best friend was a teacher. We met at a bar one night when he decided to go out with my friend in a large group. […]

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Kathy Cervino

I Need to See a Sign from Jesus

I was chatting with a friend online. He was at his wit’s end with his work. He is a video creator of God-like topics. He told me he just couldn’t go on, and if he didn’t get some kind of sign, he was going to quit. As we were texting, I encouraged him to continue onwards. […]

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Angelo Morris

The Number 57 and Twin Cars

About eight years ago, I noticed I was seeing the number 57 a lot. I didn’t think much about it at first, but it started to go into overload. I was seeing it everywhere. Then one day I was hitting golf balls and hit an errant shot into a wooded area. I went to find […]

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Bruce Ackerson

No, Really?

A friend of mine experiences coincidences all the time, so much so that she felt strange and different as a child. I don’t have coincidences all the time but have had some notable ones. I was sitting next to “K,” the mother-in-law of my son’s best friend. When the conversation turned to names, my wife […]

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Bruce Ackerson

The Dream Had Spoken

I’ve had a recurring, evolving dream for perhaps ten or fifteen years. It began in the country on a grassy green hill. I walked around picking up scraps of lumber to make a small shelter. In a subsequent dream, a rather long tunnel is built from the shelter to an opening on an eroded dirt […]

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Mary Hobson

Reconnecting with Friends

Took my kiddo to their Intro to Acting class yesterday. At the class, they received a voucher for a ticket to a musical the theater group is putting on in March. I posted about it on my Facebook page. A friend of mine from my former job in another state messaged me that their nephew […]

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Bruce Ackerson

The French Connection

Late one Sunday night, Charles de Gaul Airport was empty. The only other person sat at the information desk. I don’t speak French. She explained in English how to get to Central Paris by train. She made change for a ticket. Everything worked as explained, and I found myself sitting in a dark empty train. […]

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Michele Collins

Cosmic Messages

Many times, I have replayed events that felt like a cosmic message, a warning, of a life-altering event. My only child, Paul, a 26-year-old recent university graduate, was the joy of my life. I was never particularly overprotective, always encouraging him to go out and find his place in the world. Yet having raised him […]

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Erin C

That Time I Dreamt Up a Man from the Internet

In 2016, a friend signed up for online dating. I reluctantly signed up also. Before I signed up, I had a dream that one of my male friends was teaching a martial arts class, attended by two students. The first student was the ex-husband of one of my best friends who had passed away in […]

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Erin C

Seeing an Old Friend in Two Different Wild Synchronicities a Decade Apart

In 2008, an old friend, G, called to say she would be near my town one weekend. Friends of hers from Colorado were renting a beach house nearby, and G wanted to come to my house and visit afterward. At the time, I lived in a carriage house. The main house in front is a bigger […]

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Betty Eldridge

A Loss of Authority Over Myself

Kind of coincidence has happened before I knew about coincidences. I  thought to myself that I had a guardian angel that was making my lucky events happen. They were trivial, and I didn’t think about the lucky impulse that seemed to have caused me to go to the place where I needed to be. I […]

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Arnold Escobar

Family Encounter on an Interstate Highway

In the summer of 1966, I was working in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and my mother had informed me that some relatives would be taking a vacation and would be passing through Colorado Springs in a few weeks. They would be leaving their hometown, where the drive to Colorado Springs is approximately 1,000 miles. One day […]

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Barton Davis

Synchronous/Prophetic Dream

I had a dream in which my friend ended his life. Upon awakening, I decided to go lay eyes on him. Unbeknownst to me, he had been very sick and was awaiting bloodwork results. While talking to him, I noticed his eyes were yellow. I notified his spouse about his eyes and asked her to […]

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Linda D

Sunday Morning Coincidences

On a walk with my friend Lorita, we ran into her former neighbor who told her his daughter had passed from cancer just after graduating from high school, when her whole life was ahead of her. Lorita asked him, “Do you feel better knowing she’s in a better place?” He said he believed she is in the […]

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Urszula Lang

Are You Going to San Francisco?

I am Polish, living in Germany, and had never planned to visit the U.S. — but I changed my mind last year. Since 2018, I have been experiencing synchronicities with San Francisco. Everywhere I went, I heard people talking about San Francisco, and everywhere I saw the Golden Gate Bridge. “That’s just a common symbol,” I thought. […]

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Urszula Lang

The Green Scarab: A Double Synchronicity

This is a synchronicity story that occurred during a big transition in my life. I was in the process of changing jobs after three years of searching for a new position. I had been frustrated but finally found the right job. At this time, I had a lot of synchronicities and had started reading a […]

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Maia Sequoia

I Talked You Up

My heart still flutters! In August 2023, I was talking to my husband extensively about a dear friend/roommate (I’ll call her “N”) from Japan whom I hadn’t seen since Bill Clinton vacated the White House. I was thinking about her, hoping her life had turned out well since she left for Japan to marry a […]

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Ghislaine Young

My Father Let Me Know He Loves Me

My father was killed in an accident when I was a child. I’ve missed him all my life. Fast forward to the present, I ask the universe for a sign from my father to mark the anniversary of his death. Then I remonstrate myself: I clearly need to get a grip, this being 62 years […]

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Stacey Spadoni

February 27th

I just watched Dr. Bernard Beitman on the Next Level Soul podcast, where he told the story of his father passing on his birthday, February 27. This reminded me of my own February 27 story. My brother and I were caring for our father during his final days due to cancer. The visiting hospice service […]

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Rowan Drinkwater

Family Ties

Six months ago, at age 41, I started a new career despite many challenges. I’m a research assistant. Part of my job is to conduct interviews with participants, another is to screen patients waiting to be seen at city clinics. Our participant base is a vulnerable population, opioid users who use and live in Baltimore […]

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Stephen Luz

My Middle Name is Hans

One morning, I was thinking about my father. His first name was Hans, but he went by his middle name, Otto. Meeting my brother on my way into the office that day made me think of my father even more. I remembered him telling me to take care of my teeth and see a dentist […]

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Zalan Kiss

My Past Haunting Me

Weird coincidences have been happening since August last year when I made the decision to make everything reality that I once visualised in my mind. I felt that in this way I can make peace between my heart and my mind, which were in conflict most of my life. Then weird coincidences start happening on […]

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Konstantin Musienko

The Park of the Living and the Dead

A man of synchronicity. His life is like working on a computer keyboard. Only on his “keyboard” there are not keys, but everything he encounters. And especially everything that surprises him as something new. Yesterday, I was talking on the phone with a young girl and our conversation turned to a park whose name I […]

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Konstantin Musienko

Telephone Conversations and Express Method

I have a friend from childhood with whom I did not communicate from 2001 to 2015 and could not contact in any way. However, at the beginning of 2015, he managed to find out my phone number and call me, because he learned I was looking for him. Hearing his voice, I was surprised by […]

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Downfall

On 01/13/2018, I was hiking in the mountains with a friend. We weren’t very experienced, but the trek wasn’t difficult (the elevation about 6,000 ft). Near the summit, the snow became loose and deep, so we considered turning back, but a man we met on the way encouraged us to continue as it wasn’t much […]

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Cassandra Freier

My Birth Seems Planned

It seems as though my birth was planned. My place of birth is Loveland, Colorado. My parents are compatible on both the Greek and Chinese zodiac. My date of birth is December 3, 1987, which has the digits 123 and 987 in it. My birthday is exactly one moon cycle away from January 1 every […]

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Rhyothemis Princeps

Weighing Flax

I was watching a video on YouTube in the kitchen while making a snack: oatmeal and flax. I was weighing out the flax at the precise moment the narrator of the video said, “And one day he was weighing some flax.” The narrator was Alan Watts, and he was reading a Zen Buddhist story from […]

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Kaye Miller-Dewing

Heavenly Bliss Dream

I dream a lot, I always have. And sometimes I know from the dream what will happen. In 2016, I had a dream, which I told to my husband after we’d got up that morning. I dreamt I was in a garden, sitting on a wooden bench, and behind the backrest of the bench was […]

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Angela O'Connell

ECSTASY at Sea

In 1997, I was 29 and was reaching a turning point in my life. I had completed my MBA in May, and my 2.5-year marriage had come to end. What a perfect time to book a cruise with my two sisters and two best friends! Party of 5, ALL ABOARD! We set sail aboard the […]

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George Veazey

A Black Swan to Remember

In 2008, I read the book, The Black Swan. The book uses “black swan” as a metaphor to describe an unexpected significant event, good or bad. I had never seen a black swan, but soon I was seeing posters with black swans all over town. Every time, it reminded me of the unexpected. News soon […]

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Justin Blue

My First Meaningful Coincidence

Twenty years later, and my souvenir remains a significant reminder of what I’m alive for. When I cranked the SOBE drink open and none of the ring broke (don’t they always, at least a little?), there was already an odd pull on my interest. The movie Old School was big at the time, and as […]

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Rodney Small

The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald

In January 1979, I was looking at an atlas in my office about mid-morning when a female work colleague walked by and observed what I was doing. We had the following conversation: She: “What are you doing, looking for the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald?” Me: “No, I’m planning a trip. But what do you […]

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Aurora T

Volition

In midsummer 2022, I was woken by a crashing sound from my window. I got out of bed to check what it was and saw a gray bird on my verandah, so I immediately went down to help it. I did not touch it at once so it could disperse its trauma. I waited for […]

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Calista Stuttarad

The Feather and the Leaf

My mother passed away from COVID complications Nov. 4, 2020. She was in an aged care facility, quarantined after requiring fluids in hospital. Soon after, on Oct. 30, she was diagnosed with asymptomatic COVID. She was unable to have family visits, which was horribly frustrating because I already felt helpless being so far away in […]

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Cheryl Flanagan

Sweet Chance

Years ago, I bought a pony named Sweet Chance, also known as Sweetie, for my daughter. A few weeks later, my mother was cleaning out her garage, and there was a piece of wood in her garbage can. I looked at it and said to her, “Oh, I’m going to take this a make a […]

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Pelin Erel

Reunited with Russian Acquaintance Many Years Later

I have many coincidences. This particular one is unique. When I was a little girl, we lived in Russia for two years. When we came back, I was six years old. The year was 1980, and my father was a Turkish air force attaché. When he retired at a rather early age, we moved to […]

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Yvonne P

Same Birthday, Same Day of the Week

My first and second sons were both born on Tuesday, 19th November. The first son at 2.20pm in 1974. The second son at 2.25pm in 1991. They couldn’t be more different, apart from being tall and gorgeous. The first son spent 13 years in Los Angeles, mostly illegally as he overstayed his visa. He said […]

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Hugo Marquis

Love Is All Around

Some years ago, after having lunch with a coworker, on every corner of the street between the restaurant and our jobs, everybody was kissing. Young couples, old couples, and it even wasn’t a Valentine’s Day. I never saw so many people kissing on the streets, and I never saw it again. It was just a […]

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Marzena Romanowska

Meeting My Sister

As a young only child, I was always drawn to stories of miraculously-found siblings like the ones often featured on soap operas. My mother would always dismiss me, but I kept saying that something like that could happen to me one day. When my father passed away (I was 15 back then), I got a […]

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Violet Lastpeace

The Cash Donation

In late 1999, I was very short of money. My partner had lost his job. Debts were building up. We had to leave our home and try to find jobs in a new town. One afternoon I was out walking, because I had no cash to buy petrol. My car was about to run out […]

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Cal P

A Physician Is Visited in a Dream By a Patient Needing Help

As a Family Doctor since 1998, synchronicity has accompanied me my whole life, even before I became a Physician. One night, I vividly dreamed of my aging female patient who was in a nursing home. She had been fine, but in my dream, she asked me to visit her. The next morning, I was still […]

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Renée Bostany

How I Met My Husband

In 1979, I was working on the “Mississippi Queen” steamboat and had a vacation coming up. I was 24, had never been out of the country, but wanted to go somewhere exotic. I chose Jamaica. Another employee who had vacationed there heard I was going by myself and gave me very specific instructions for my […]

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L D

The Snake

I had been talking with the counselor at the Cancer Center and discussing at great length “empaths” and challenges we in particular face in life in general. She stressed that I could be in charge of my reactions and make choices about how to react to things. Upon arriving home after the appointment, I pulled […]

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Carolyn B

1111

My recent experience has to do with the numbers in my month/day of birth (1111), and Nikola Tesla’s theory of the powerful connection in the numbers 3-6-9. Fifteen years ago, my father was murdered. This traumatic experience took a toll on my life and health. Thoughts about my father consumed me. After his burial, I […]

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Sarah N

Trusted House-Sitters Traveling the World

I have a new friend who teaches Vedic chanting. The two of us were sitting in her beautiful garden and talking about how hard it is sometimes to transition from one piece of heaven (like sitting in our gardens in the sunshine) to the next piece of heaven of our day, but how we are […]

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Christopher Rodgers

Octopus

The most intense synchronicity I ever had was connected to a dream. In the dream, I was at an airport somewhere in Southeast Asia, and there were a bunch of businessmen sitting around a table (like a teppanyaki-style hot plate). I joined them, and they were all eating still-moving octopus tentacles. At the moment I […]

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Diana Sims

Spiritual Awakening

I was on the verge of a manic episode when I had a spiritual moment. I had almost a Kundalini experience. I cannot describe the intensity of the closeness to God at that moment. A beautiful blue butterfly started to flutter around me. I was in Alabama in a rural, very remote area, and I […]

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Tracey Burke

Thailand to Taiwan

Dissatisfied with our teaching jobs in South Korea in 1997, my partner and I took a midnight train from the town we were in to the airport in Seoul to catch a plane to Bangkok, Thailand. As Canadians in our thirties, we hoped to experience living in Asia, supporting ourselves by teaching English as a second […]

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Larissa Darnaby

SmyleKyle

On February 12, 2022, I woke up to the news my youngest brother had died at the age of 33. I was in shock and admittedly extremely emotional. Later, I was driving to my best friend’s house, and I said aloud in my vehicle, “Just give me a sign you’re okay, Kyle.” I can’t recall if […]

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Ovidiu Minciunescu

Two Coincidence Stories

I have around three coincidences per day. I try to ignore them, but I’m happy to find this group after so many years. Hopefully one day we will understand how this is happening. First story: I was speaking randomly with a friend in a bus about marine sailors. Seconds later, a guy jumped on the […]

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Ed Crosser

Cynthia Ann Parker

In the early 1830s, the Parker family, along with many others, moved west. Settling about 30 miles from what would become Waco, Texas, they built a fort as protection from Indian raids. The Comanche raided the settlement a couple of years later, during which several children were abducted. One of those kids was Cynthia Ann […]

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Colleen Way

My Cousin

I was hired as a nanny for two families. I worked for one family until the mom had a second child, then stayed on with the second family until that mom had a baby. Meanwhile, the first family had a good friend who met me, thought I was a good nanny, and in conversation with […]

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B M

Dateful Coincidences

Not every date has obvious coincidences, but what about 5-22-2023? 5 + 2 + 2 +2 + 0 + 2 + 3 = 16 5 + 16 = 21. So: 20, 21, 22, 23 2 + 0 + 2 + 1 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 3 = 14 5 + 14 = […]

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Dimitra Vasileiou

A Dream of Betrayal Comes True

In 2020, I had a dream about my ex-boyfriend. First, a bit about him: He was a childhood love, passionate and violent, and we were a couple from 1998–2008. At 24, I got pregnant, but he and his parents forced me to have an abortion. At 27, we moved to a Greek island. Around 2009, […]

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Ingrid Raath

Research in the Morning Pops Up That Night in NDE Video

This was my most recent coincidence from May 3, 2023. I have a file where I record all my coincidences 🙂 For an hour one morning, I was doing research on German lawyer Reiner Fuellmich’s involvement in bringing light to the global Volkswagen emissions scandal in 2015, as I wanted to inform others in New Zealand […]

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Sara Sugishita

Coincidence while Watching a Broadcast About Coincidences

I was watching the YouTube video of Dr. Beitman being interviewed on Next Level Soul while I was getting ready in the morning. Dr. Beitman and Alex (the host) were talking about coincidences and why they happen. For some reason, I decided to pick an Oracle card, which I keep on the side of my […]

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Marcus Packer

Choking on the Sage

I have thousands of synchronicity stories, but lately I’ve noticed that the TV has been synced to the words I say and even the things I do. This is after a tragic “accident” happened to me (really, it was orchestrated to put me where I need to be). The other day, I set fire to […]

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Katrin Windsor

Intuitive Hit Won the Prize

What a coincidence! John and I were having dinner in Fort Collins with Dan and his girlfriend Alex, when some high school science kids approached us with a fundraising request. They asked us to donate money to guess how much weight a balsa wood structure could bear. I said, “Sure, I’ll give you five dollars. […]

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Kim DAgnillo

Worried About a Son

In 1995, I worked for American Airlines and had to transfer to MCI Airport in Kansas City to keep my job. At the time, my mother was the supervisor of screening at MCI. A woman who worked with my mother — I called her “Ten” because she was a beautiful blonde — knew I was […]

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Amanda Wade

My Life Was Saved By a Phone Call

A couple of years ago, I was experiencing significant pain near my ear. I went to the dentist, thinking maybe something was wrong with a tooth. It turned out a tooth on the other side of my mouth was infected. I couldn’t feel it when it started, because that side of my face was numb. […]

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Nella Bokman

Meeting My Future Husband

It was October 1969, Kiev, Ukraine. I was 19, riding the trolleybus, looking out the window. At one stop, I noticed an old acquaintance across the street. He wasn’t important to me, but for some reason, I felt a powerful urge — almost a panic attack — to get off the bus. I struggled to […]

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Amy Wills

The Social Security Card

My daughter had just started college and moved out for the first time. A few weeks into school, she came home for a visit and brought home her Social Security card, which she left on the kitchen counter. A day or two later, I came home from work and found the front door unlocked and […]

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Sharren Kind

Amazing Airport Kindness

I was returning home from a business trip late one night and had parked in satellite parking at Dulles, where there were acres of cars. At the airport, I started talking with a couple who said they had no idea where their car was, noting how late in the evening it was. I was alone, […]

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Trisha Taylor

Caught in a Fierce Snowstorm

I was 16 years old, driving to my aunt’s house in a terrible New York snowstorm. The winds were blowing fiercely, and the snow was so thick and I couldn’t see two feet in front of me. There were no other cars on this particular road to her house, and I was so scared! I […]

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Tara Roth

Dreams Do Come True

When I was 16, I lived in New York City. I had a dream one night that I met Paul McCartney and he asked me out on a date. The next day, a friend and I went to Central Park. I told him my dream, and he teased me. Later, we were sitting on a […]

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Barb Doyle

Wooden Spoon Is More than a Gift

Six months after my husband died, I met a friend for lunch on my wedding anniversary. She gave me a gift in a bag bearing the name of a kitchen store in Seattle, The Wooden Spoon. My first date with my husband had been at a restaurant called The Woode Spoon. I was speechless and […]

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Shawnna Alto

Not Alone: Spirit Speaking Through Signs

I have so many instances of “coincidences” coming about and being profoundly meaningful, but one that blows my mind every time I think about it happened recently. I had been having a lot of anxiety and panic about finances, work, and personal relationships. I felt lost and alone. I finally accepted I needed to ask […]

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Pristine Parr

A Miracle Linked to My Daughter’s Death

I lost my oldest daughter in September 2019. A few months before, I kept running across near-death experience (NDE) videos and people who could recall their past lives. When my daughter passed, I decided to write a book about miracles to help me grieve. On January 1st, we drove to the Tennessee mountains, a place […]

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Shelly Wynecoop

Never Doubt the Fairies

Every Friday in 2006, I cooked large amounts of food to take to my sick aunt’s place. One Friday, I was so exhausted I was barely able to load the car with my baby, the food, and myself to let the car carry us to my aunt’s for the weekend. As I locked the house […]

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Kelly Holtman

The Universe Gave Me a Brother

One evening before bed, I lamented to my college-aged son that I wished I were closer to my family. My parents had passed away when I was in my 30’s. Now in my 50’s, I hardly spoke to my two sisters. I’m the youngest sibling, and as a child I drove my mom nuts asking […]

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Barry Summers

Triggered a Synchronicity Experience through Painting

Years ago, I had multiple (accidental) synchronistic experiences tied to artwork I was doing at the time. I finally decided recently to see if I could trigger one deliberately. I took a drawing I had started back when I was first experiencing this and turned it into a fairly simple painting (above). I called it […]

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Toni Ortner

Soups and Breads

I had been thinking about how much I wanted to own a copy of a New York Times cookbook that was about soups and breads, but didn’t want to spend money to buy a new book or pay the monthly fee to be a digital New York Times subscriber. I was taking my usual daily walk […]

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Ellen Jones

Need a Job?

This happened a long time ago, but it stays with me to this day. My family and I had moved out of state, and it didn’t work out. We had to make a quick move back to our hometown where we owned a home. Well, the year before when we moved, I had given up […]

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John Townley

Professor Seward’s Foray from the Beyond

In the 1970s, I was on an astrological lecture tour and spoke to a spiritual group in Pennsylvania. Afterward, the group leaders, a man and a woman who did channeling, invited me to attend a séance. Not my cup of tea, but as the guest of honor, I couldn’t refuse. In the circle, the principals […]

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Sydney Kravetz

The Coincidence Project Launch Coincidence

I attended the Launch for The Coincidence Project last week. It inspired me to recall and write down the profound coincidences I experienced over many years. But the most ironic coincidence I’ve had so far are the four “coincidences and serendipities” I’ve experienced during this past week. I’m not certain if this sequence will continue […]

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Grant Battison

The Cousin and the Alfa Romeo

After 5 years of marriage to my wife, her father died. At my father-in-law’s funeral, I met her father’s cousin for the first time. He stood out for me, because I’m a real car enthusiast and I noticed that he drove a burgundy colored Alfa Romeo 159. We didn’t see him again after the funeral. […]

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Carolyn North

Meeting Lakshmi Again, After 60 Years

I recently moved to Vermont, and was invited to the cabin in the woods of a friend of a friend from California. My friend’s friend, Lakshmi, was from India, where I lived almost 60 years ago – on the campus of an Institute. In the course of the evening, we discovered that she had been […]

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Kay Chappell Wood

A Last-Minute Rescue: Coincidence or Luck?

My coincidence of note occurred in 1996. I was driving from my home in the suburbs to a downtown Atlanta location. I had to drop off a grant application that I wrote for a large, well-known nonprofit. The deadline was at noon that day. I started out with plenty of time. En route, a driver […]

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Robert Magrino

‘Random Number’ 45224 is Anything But…

It was February 2019, and my Mom had suffered a stroke. She was resting in the ICU in Cincinnati. I booked the next available flight from Seattle to Cincinnati to be with her; I was at her bedside when we decided to move her into hospice. We thought she would recover. We doubted the doctors. […]

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Carolyn North

Chance Meeting Leads to Publishing with Scribners

When my children began going to school in the 1960s, I began writing fiction while they were in class, just for my own satisfaction. I was interested to discover that I was pretty good at it. One evening at dinner, knowing there was a PTA meeting in the school library that I had no previous […]

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Jesse Hawkins

License Plate Coincidence

Recently, I was thinking about my friend Eli on the bus, looking at license plate numbers. With every car that passed by, I would take the letters on the different license plates and spell Eli in my head. After about 25 minutes of doing this I see a personalized license plate of ‘ELI’. Another thing […]

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Rob Sanders

Dancing Perfectly in Time

Busby Berkeley’s first job as a Hollywood musical choreographer was on the film Whoopee! released in 1930. The highly successful film that firmly established his unique reputation was then 42nd Street, released in 1933. In 2017, my wife and I saw the stage musical version of 42nd Street in London and I then formed the […]

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Greg Fitting

Artificial Intelligence or Not?

You get into your car to go to your weekly club meeting, and your smart phone automatically tells you what route to take and how long it’s going to take to get there (without you entering this recurring destination into the GPS).  Yes, these devices keep track of where you go and when.  Is this […]

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Mark Dolamore

Synchronicity Used As an Observation Technique

The link here will take you to a short story describing synchronicity events I pursued over years to arrive at something I call “pyramid art”–what I claim is the first-ever discovery in fine art. I say first because I can’t think of another, and it also reveals something no other art can. The story provides […]

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John Townley

Dreams of My Father

Despite being born with his Sun in Pisces, my dad was not a religious man. Far from it–he was a quiet agnostic who read widely on the spiritual affairs of world cultures but wasn’t buying, or even shopping for, a formal creed. He just wanted to know and understand everything, about everything. He was what […]

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John Townley

Forewarned Is Forearmed

An exercise in forethought/foreseeing for me developed years ago, when I noticed that every time I would find myself stepping into a dream that I had had usually weeks or even months before, something disastrous would happen later that day. The dreams were not extraordinary, just run-of-the-mill social situations, but they were situations that would […]

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Boruch Fishman

My Connection to Dr. Carl Jung’s Synchronicity Essay

In April 1949, I was being conceived into the Fish family. At the same time, Dr. Carl Jung had a series of fish experiences that inspired him to write his famous essay on synchronicity. I read the essay in college, at Amherst, but didn’t notice the dates. Twenty-one years after graduating from medical school, I […]

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Carolyn North

India, Music, and 50 years of Coincidences

Living in India in the 1960s, I wanted to study the bass bamboo flute but was told that such an instrument did not exist. I knew it did because I had heard a recording of one, but where I lived in the Ganges Plain, nobody had heard of it. The local flute maker even made […]

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Carolyn North

Dublin and the Book of Kells

When I was newly married, my husband and I took a bicycle trip from Cork to Dublin in Ireland. We both were working across the Channel in Oxford that year; I was helping to catalog illustrated 12th-century manuscripts at the Bodleian Library. When we came to Dublin that spring, we went to Trinity College where […]

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Denise Thompson-Slaughter

Perfect Timing in a Crisis

In fall 2001, we moved from New Jersey to Indiana after Notre Dame made a great teaching offer to my husband. What with getting our two kids started in a new elementary school, learning my way around a new town, and being riveted by the horror of 9/11 and its aftermath on TV, I hadn’t […]

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Rey Blanco

Omen Birds

Of course, that was what it was. I learned that these are Category Two Synchronicities. What happens is that someone, a very good friend, did die when I saw the birds. I saw a dead bird outside my garage and also outside my front door within one week. It is rare for me to see dead […]

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Rey Blanco

Babel-Babble

:March 5, 2023 Just before we arrived home from shopping, we heard a radio commercial for the language app Babbel, which helps people learn a foreign language. The commercial evoked the idea of Babel in my mind. They’re pronounced differently; whatever I think is latent depends on thinking more about it. The program resumed, but about a minute or […]

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Sue Kientz

A Good Reason to Wait for College

A coworker of mine originally from India related that as a teenager he wanted very much to go to college at the University of Southern California (USC) and therefore planned to take the requisite exams to apply for American universities. But the day of the exam his car broke down. He got a ride to […]

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Sue Kientz

Runaway and Her Family Welcome 9 p.m.

In 1948 at age 14, Vera ran away from home to New York City. Her strict Mennonite parents highly restricted her life, not allowing movie-going and other activities most young people of the time enjoyed. Once in the big city, Vera got a social security card but couldn’t get hired because she looked too young. […]

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Rey Blanco

No-Name Body

Many coincidences slip by me. A few years ago we enjoyed a tour for seniors hosted by Kendall County, IL near the Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery. . On a patch of government land was a bomb shell factory displaying papers, actual bomb shells, instruments, and suchlike that gave us a sense of being there. After completing the […]

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Anne Heleen Bijl

Theater Premiere Thanks to Coincidence

I had done remote coaching for an organisation in Tunisia. When finished I had a debriefing call with a (for me unknown) coordinator of PUM, who did the matching with me and Tunisia. At the end of our call he said, suddenly, “You live somewhere in the north of the Netherlands, don’t you?” Yes, i […]

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Carolyn North

How I Met My Publisher, Etc.

One day several years ago I received a note from a stranger, asking if he might learn about my work with sound and healing. He arrived for the session with an armload of papers for me, on the subject of sound, which had, among them, a few articles from the Princeton Energy Anomalies Research group, […]

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JoAnn Jarvis

Magenta

I had just finished a meditation weekend retreat that was wonderful as well as relaxing. We played with colors.  And the one color that was highlighted was magenta.  We used magenta in our meditations. I traveled home from the retreat and was tired after the long flight.  My husband had gone shopping in my absence […]

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Rey Blanco

Landscapes in SynchroniCity –

I have noticed that many times I depend upon news headlines to help determine what I was doing on that date. For example, on Saturday, July 20, 1974,  when Turkey invaded Cyprus. My uncle “G” had owned a couple of Shell gas stations and sponsored a baseball team in Chicago. I played only one day on […]

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gianni barberi

Eclipse

During an eclipse, the moon perfectly coincides with the sun. This is just a coincidence, an exception. The size of the two objects and their relative distance are not correlated; indeed, millions of years ago the moon was closer and it will be further away. in the universe billions of billions of planets may have […]

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Rey Blanco

Sticky Entanglement

This had to be the first half of the 1970s. Curiously, I had asked a group of friends if it was okay to record while we just sat and talk. We soon forget it was on. Perhaps a few days later, maybe a week, the friends were over again, and as we started talking, the player with the […]

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Rey Blanco

Octet Rule

I am not good at chemistry nor science and math. Most of my comprehension about the nature of reality appears to involve a world beyond physical objects. That is not to suggest that we are not real because we do feel. For me the right to claim existence is very important. But whether or not “nature” and/or our concept […]

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Rey Blanco

Sacred Heart Icon

The first coincidence I remember had a weird, ominous sort of meaning. It was in the early 1950s, when I was a grammar school kid. I remember crying because I sat on a tall chair facing the corner of two walls and was wearing a dunce cap. My cousin Mary Lou was staring at me from […]

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Rey Blanco

Loving Angels and Wave

Sometime during my teens, around the mid 1960s, three friends and I decided to go to the lake. The water was still as we sat at the edge, enjoying the warm yet refreshing breeze and philosophizing a bit. Each of my friends turned out pretty well. Frank, for instance, became mayor of a California city. […]

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Rey Blanco

Cross in the Sky

It must have been around the middle to latter half of the 1980s.  At a little after 2 a.m., a knock at the side door woke me,  and I found out it was Tony  B. The bars close at 2, and now Tony says he is really tired and that he can still work in the morning but just […]

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Sue Kientz

Meaningful Messages on the Highway

When I began experiencing synchronicities in the 1980s–which, not knowing any better, I called “parallel situations”–they often cued me to something about to happen. Once I thought I saw a nearby car crash while driving on interstate 10, but then realized I was mistaken even as the fright it gave me didn’t subside very quickly. […]

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Joan Walton

The Stolen Tent

When my daughter, Rachel, was about six years of age, we arranged to go on holiday to France with friends who had two young children. We had a four-berth caravan and a tent that slept six. The friends were to borrow our tent. As we lived in the Midlands and they were travelling from Dorset, we arranged to […]

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Rey Blanco

Thinking Earth Sonnet

: In 1981, the idea of composing a sonnet using only names of places and people started with a draft. Each name had to have some kind of ironic sense, and the ideas expressed would have some philosophical, if not theological, significance. There should be a general acausal order, but with the iambic style. The cross-connections of names […]

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Janie McQueen

Hairstylist Plays Serious Hooky

In the late 1980s, a friend, Pat, and I were still attached enough to our college-town hairstylist in Columbia SC that we’d drive an hour and a half from our new city, Charlotte NC, to get our hair cut. The stylist’s name was Blake. One day I decided to take up another college friend’s offer […]

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Rey Blanco

Library/Angel type (Ad Aperturam Libri)

This kind of coincidence involves “books, ” as the Latin phrase suggests. I seem to have relied upon some of these coincidences without trying to get carried away. It is remarkable how sometimes we can be wondering and asking about ‘it,’ whatever ‘it’ is, and somehow something or a person carries the information as if to […]

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Rey Blanco

Reshuffling Time and Events

My better half, Joanne, chihuahua Oreo, and myself, the driver, headed from Yorkville Il to Wood Dale, Il, about an hour’s drive. I decided to listen to an audiobook, One Second After, by William R. Forstchen, an interesting guest on the “Coast to Coast” morning radio program. Joanne does not like to think about doom and […]

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Rey Blanco

Art Easel

One day I was sitting and looking at a “How to Draw” book. It was “garbage day,” so I put the book down and took the cans out to the street. At the time, the subdivision was not complete and seemed desolate. No one was outside. I positioned the two cans next to the curb and […]

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Rey Blanco

$100

Two of us were doing a residential carpet job across the street from St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church near 24th and Western in Chicago. As usual, we were being thanked as we left. But this time, they were really pleased with Bob. At the door ready to walk out, I found out that Bob had […]

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Rey Blanco

A Case of Onomatopoeia: Buzzing Mosquito

Sometime during the 1970s I sat at a card table in the middle of a room about 12 by 12 feet with the door closed. I was trying to figure out what some words meant. Atop the table was an opened Webster Unabridged Dictionary, a few other books, some pages, and some article written by Minkowski about his multidimensional world […]

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Rey Blanco

Cutting a Line

I’ve had my share of coincidences working most of my life on my knees installing carpets and other floor coverings. This one time, after cutting a couple of pieces of carpet, maybe one about 14 feet and another 29 feet, I laid both out on the floor. The first carpet started against an east wall and […]

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Sue Kientz

Looking in the Ads, I Found My Dream

I had one dog, Dante, that I adopted a year after my 13-year-old dog Terry passed away in 1995. I began looking at SPCA listings of dogs in late 1997, thinking of maybe getting Dante a companion.  In early 1998 I saw a listing for a Sheltie and mentioned it to my boyfriend. We went […]

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Sue Kientz

Terry Has the Last Word

I moved to LA from New Orleans with my dog Terry, a sheltie-corgi mix. By 1995, Terry was having problems walking due to age and could not get up by himself after lying down. By November, on a Sunday, he began coughing in a disturbing way. At the vet, they said he had heart failure. […]

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ed crosser

“Expect Something Special from Smith”

I was working a Memphis, TN job that had just finished up and I was packing my belongings in my truck, going back and forth from the room I had rented to my truck. On one trip, I happened to notice a business card laying on the ground. I picked it up and saw the […]

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Rey Blanco

All You Have to Do Is Ask

During a drive, my life partner Joanne was reminiscing about her first job as part of a high school coop. This is the short version of her story: As diligent and responsible as anyone, she still made a mistake and was called on it by a supervisor. It meant that her job was in jeopardy […]

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Rey Blanco

‘E.T.’ Theme Song Defuses Conflict

This happened maybe a year after the release of the movie “E.T.” A personal business issue led to a confrontation between myself and Bob, in a courtyard between three apartment buildings. A set of sheds for storage blocked the back, except for a door that ran through the passage between the sheds, that led to […]

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Rey Blanco

“Watt India Baghdad”

As absurd as one can imagine when playing around with using personal pronouns as if they are regular vocabulary words, this occurred when the senior George H. W. Bush was the 43rd president of the United States. I think it was around the Noriega ousting when I toyed with other poetic phrases that sounded like […]

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Rey Blanco

Hello, Dolly

It must have been between 1980s – 1990s. Dolly, my friend Joe’s mother-in-law  was managing a carpet store on 34th place and Western Avenue in Chicago.   She turned out to be a very good  friend, as well. Mondelli Carpets was the name of the business and catered almost invariably to a higher end by appointment.  […]

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Lily Hill

Between a Rock and a Coffee Place

One day, a few years ago my husband made a joke about the Hollywood actor The Rock.  I had never heard of him and thought I would google him later to see what such a strangely named person looked like.  I then took my computer to be mended in a part of town I don’t […]

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Lily Hill

A ‘Sole’ful Story

I was in a new relationship with someone but we had to be apart for a few days. During this time I was out on a a walk and noticed that I had started singing the Paul Simon song ‘Diamonds on the Soles of her Shoes’ and wondered what had prompted me to start singing […]

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Rey Blanco

‘Like a Greyhound after a Rabbit’

My stepfather had passed just before my parent’s Sleepy Hollow house was up for sale.  They had purchased another house a couple of miles further south, two blocks north of Midway Airport in Chicago near Archer Avenue and Cicero Avenue where they planned to move. It was a situation where I was somewhat estranged from the family […]

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Rey Blanco

Getting What You Asked For, in an Unexpected Way!

This story happened around 1997/1998 when Phillips introduced their first CD Recorder for public market. I was working a computer show at McCormick Place for Czarnowski Exhibits.  The show used up all three buildings, and lower levels. I wanted to visit the Phillips booth and so did my friend Pete, who was getting excited about […]

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Barry Bragg

We Were Just Talking About You!

Years ago, my friend Eric Wadman and I were in the line to see a movie at Northpark shopping center in Dallas. For some reason, the name Walter Longacre came up in conversation. It turned out that we both knew him. While we were talking about how we met him, Walter walked up to us […]

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Rey Blanco

Oscar the Carpet Installer

In 2006, I was working in a carpet business and was in Louisville to install carpet for Cover-All. I became involved with the initial hiring of other carpet installers, and was in charge of a few dozen different crews that had to go out and check out jobs, respond to customer complaints, and so on. This […]

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L D

French Onion Soup

I had been thinking about having French onion soup for dinner. With that in mind, I took a container out of the freezer to leave on the counter so it would defrost while I was at the theater that afternoon. Got in the car to drive to the theater and my books on tape started […]

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Maureen Benjelloun

Karl Jung Connection Through Synchronicities

My name is Maureen, and I live in the UK North East. People’s synchronicity stories on their TED talks has gotten me fascinated. Here is my story: My Father died in April 2019. He was an Irish Dublin man, but my childhood was full of abuse from him. I never expressed any emotion when he […]

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CATH UNWIN

Harold Is Still With Us

In 2004, I had a horse, Harold. His grand-sire was Luskin Star, a very famous race horse here in Australia in the 1970s. I bought an apartment here in Sydney last December. The lady next door said she wanted to buy my apartment at that time as well (mind has more water views and is […]

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CATH UNWIN

Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend

9 JANUARY: I had a dream that I lost my ring, which has my engagement, wedding and eternity rings remodeled into one ring. I had to get up to see where it was: and it was there, next to my late husband’sring on the photo shelf. That night I went out walking along the promenade, […]

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Jerome Houde

The Rabbit

On November 23 2022, I was walking on Mont-Royal mountain in Montreal (Canada) and also listening to the recording of Yvonne Kason’s share about her near death experiences. https://youtu.be/py5BrWxwY_k At the 43 minute mark in her share, she’s about to describe the Shaman depiction of an animal on the Peterborough (Canada) Petroglyph. At the same […]

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Conal Carswell

Echoes of the Future

In the early 1990s, I had a pen-friend from London who’d contacted me via The Young Archaeologist magazine, whose name was Keeley. I woke up one morning and my first thought was, Keeley’s granddad is dead. In the next couple of days, a letter arrived telling me her grandfather had died, which made me sit up […]

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Ricardo Escamilla

A Dream and Synchronicity

A few months ago, I had a dream with a colleague and friend. He was driving, I was in the car, there was a big curve, so we went out of the road. Finally we landed safe. I called my friend, shared the dream and told him to be aware of driving and curves. Immediately, […]

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Conal Carswell

The White Stuff

In December 2022, I wrote a letter to a friend who lives in Montana, U.S. I made a bit of a mess of the envelope, with a little scribble on its edge. I opened my desk drawer in my living room and thought, I wish I had some liquid paper, because the only one in […]

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Katrin Windsor

Applying the 9 Keys of Synchronicity – It Worked for Me in Real Time!

In early January 2023, I was reading Philip Merry‘s fantastic book, The 9 Keys of Synchronicity. Specifically, as I read Key #4 on Awe, he mentions the science of awe that has come out from UC Berkley. Reading that, I thought to myself, “Oh, I loved that workshop I did in 2015 with the guys […]

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Conal Carswell

From Thunder Bay to Wellington

In 2000, I travelled across Canada from Montreal to Vancouver Island, mostly by Greyhound bus. I ended up stopping in Thunder Bay, which the 2021 census tells me is the 36th largest city in the country – so not an obvious destination. I stayed in a hostel about 16 km from the city centre, run […]

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Anne Heleen Bijl

An Impossible Coincidence from Typing Random Numbers!

I was postponing my work, I had to call a professor in mathematics for an interview. I was a little nervous about this. So I put it off a little more by typing in an invented word on Google with my eyes shut. Then I read  bat25grghdk48jns. I thought,” all right, this will lead to […]

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Mary Kay Landon

A “Once in a Blue Moon” Superbowl Coincidence

I had bought the book, Archetypal Patterns in Fairy Tales by Marie-Louise von Franz, at least six months before I opened it on Sunday, January 31,1999 and found a section on the Chinese tendency to consider events which coincided in time to be meaningfully related. A footnote is appended to the section that mentions that […]

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Chris Mackey

Propinquity Coincidence: The Connections Between People

A common form of synchronicity is propinquity – a coincidence reflecting the psychological connection between people. A caller to our radio segment at K ROCK in Geelong, “Talking Synchronicity” described an amusing example. She was walking with a friend in a supermarket entrance when a public phone unexpectedly rang nearby. She jokingly told her companion, […]

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David Strabala

Meta-Moment: A Synchronicity While Making the Documentary Film “What Is Synchronicity?”

One day, synchronicity played a co-directing role for my documentary film, What Is Synchronicity? When I visited the Institute of Noetic Sciences in California in 2009 to interview scientist Dean Radin, an unexpected interview awaited me. Upon my arrival, Dean told me about a colleague, Robert McDowell, who had a surprising experience that morning. During […]

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Juliet Trail

Inner Thoughts Matching Outer Events in Song-writing

In 2022, I was working on the release of a new song, sung in Spanish, “Mi Estrella.” The song is a tribute to two twin daughters who died very young. The lyrics come from a longer poem their mother Yiuvany wrote. I had Yiuvany check my lyrics from a demo version before I was going […]

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Katrin Windsor

Manifesting Clients: You Think of a Person You’d Love to Work With, Just As They Call

I’m heading home from visiting my favorite chemistry student, son Daniel, in Durango. My heart is wide open, I’m deeply happy, driving through gorgeous mountains with glorious vistas. I’m listening to an audio book, The Prosperous Coach, about getting more coaching clients. Just as I’m climbing a mountain pass, the author asks “WHO would you […]

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