Explain this SERENDIPITY and these COINCIDENCES?

SynchroniCity synchronicity at realinternet.net
Mon Jul 21 18:28:44 EST 2003


Turtle0 <turtle0 at deleterogers.com> wrote in message
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> "John H." <john at faraway.com> wrote in message
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> > For example, some weeks ago I
> > was on the net and forgot to reconnect the phone line, it remained so
for
> a
> > number of hours. Finally sitting down to rest I suddenly jumped up to
> > reconnect the phone because I remembered that I had left it
disconnected.
> I
> > hadn't even stood up when the phone began ringing. Jane was on the phone
> and
> > I hadn't spoken to her for a few weeks and that was the first time she
> > phoned in that period. Now what are the odds that at the very moment I
am
> > startled and reconnect the phone, she starts dialling and the phone is
> > reconnected just in time for it to ring?(10 secs out of 21days
> > X24hursX60minsx60secs... ) I related this event to some friends and and
> they
> > told me how they often can anticipate their partner's phone calls. The
> > typical rationalist response is, "It's just a co-incidence." Stories
like
> > this are numerous by the way so it seems co-incidence is a prevalent
thing
> > in the universe.
> >
> What were you doing before remembering to connect the phone?

Fromm Rey of SynchroniCity:

Very good question.  Though I suspect it has a manifold meaning.

"Ringolovio coincidences" is a common typology.  Many people report these
experiences.   So there is something to it.

RE
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