Cs birthday, 777, and Synchronicity

Laura

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I think that yesterday was maybe a significant day.

As it happens, it was the Cs birthday. We decided to have a celebratory session. At the beginning of the session, when we were discussing the date, it was noted that 7 - 16 - 07 can also be, numerologically, 7 - 7 - 7 (add the 1 and 6 together to get a single digit.

So, that was just a funny comment; no cigar.

After the session was over, I came upstairs to check my email and there was one from the QFS group that said:

"Interesting......don't think doug and dave could have done this one.

http://www.cropcircleconnector.com/2007/haileywood/haileywood2007.html
I went to have a look and, as you will see, it is a geometric butterfly.

I wrote back this comment:

I don't think so either... and it is particularly meaningful to all of
us.

It's also kind of synchronous because we just had a chat with the Cs and
then, came up to see this... kinda like our SOTT wasp/butterfly!"
Yes, it is particularly meaningful to all of us after all the remarks the Cs have made to us about our efforts being like the flapping of butterfly wings that can induce non-linear changes.

What then happened was most interesting. I sent the email, and, of course, being group email, it quickly came into my own inbox. The bar at the bottom of the mail program announced that it was email number 777 !

I think that deserves a cigar!

So, a SOTT-like butterfly crop circle is discovered on the Cs 13th birthday - 7 -7 - 7 - and there was this little personal synchronicity that pretty much confirms for me that we are still on track. Gotta keep flapping those wings!
 

j0da

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Uh, when I read this post the time Windows showed was.. 10:01. Sorta like butterfly :)
 

Zadius Sky

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Happy Birthday, Cs! (Sorry, just had to say it. :D )

Interesting though, each of my names (first, middle, and last; I'm not going to say my full name on here) have 7 letters. So, my name is 777.
 

Gandalf

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All my little I's are signing "Happy Birtday C's" (as much in the future than in the present)


 

thorbiorn

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Thanks Laura for the link to the cropcircle with the butterfly, which is very beautiful. I also clicked on the link they have to the butterfly effect: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butterfly_effect
after which I found it also in Cassiopedia: http://www.cassiopedia.org/wiki/index.php?title=Butterfly_effect

It is interesting that the term co-originated in science fiction literature :
Cassiopedia said:
Sensitive dependence on initial conditions was first described in the literature by Jacques Hadamard and popularized by Pierre Duhem 1906 book. The idea that one butterfly could have a far-reaching ripple effect on subsequent events seems first to have appeared in a 1952 short story by Ray Bradbury about time travel (see Popular Media below), although the term "butterfly effect" itself is related to the work of Edward Lorenz, who in a 1963 paper for the New York Academy of Sciences noted that "One meteorologist remarked that if the theory were correct, one flap of a seagull's wings could change the course of weather forever." Later speeches and papers by Lorenz used the more poetic butterfly. According to Lorenz, upon failing to provide a title for a talk he was to present at the 139th meeting of the AAAS in 1972, Philip Merilees concocted Does the flap of a butterfly’s wings in Brazil set off a tornado in Texas? as a title.
[...]
In arguably the earliest illustration of the butterfly effect in a story on film, an angel in It's a Wonderful Life (1946) shows George Bailey how rewriting history so that George was never born would detrimentally affect the lives of everyone in his hometown. In a subtle butterfly effect, snow is falling in one version of reality but not the other.[1][2]

In the 1952 short story by Ray Bradbury, "A Sound of Thunder", the killing of a butterfly during the time of dinosaurs causes the future to change in subtle but meaningful ways: e.g., the spelling of English and the outcome of a political election.[3] [...]
Reading the texts came the idea, that one can think of 'butterfly effect' moments during life. By this I would understand moments where what one chooses has a disproportionate large impact on the future lifepath.

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Zadius Sky

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thorbiorn said:
Reading the texts came the idea, that one can think of 'butterfly effect' moments during life. By this I would understand moments where what one chooses has a disproportionate large impact on the future lifepath.
Is it better to be ignorant of the future in order for us to learn hard lessons? That if we know the future, we would unconsciously or subconsciously be changing the future (due to a subjective mind-set), thus missing out the important lessons?

"Butterfly effect" is an interesting concept. I first learned of the understanding of it (not of "butterfly effect") when I watch "The Simpson" where Homor went back in time, and he killed a fly, thus changing the future. Then I saw "The Butterfly Effect" movie, which basically changing of futures after another by changing the moment in the past (though Evan seems, in the end, took an objective and painful approach to "fix" the future).

So, yeah, thorbiorn, moments are great deal of importance as to where one would make a choice; a moment is virtually a crossroad - where one is forced to choose a path. If we chose one path, the other three or more paths are to become the parellal realities.

osit.
 

vinny

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Zadius Sky said:
Interesting though, each of my names (first, middle, and last; I'm not going to say my full name on here) have 7 letters. So, my name is 777.
whereas I'm a 747. like the Boeing that hit the Pentagon. ahem! ;)
 

Minas Tirith

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Laura said:
I think that yesterday was maybe a significant day.
As it happens, it was the Cs birthday. We decided to have a celebratory session. At the beginning of the session, when we were discussing the date, it was noted that 7 - 16 - 07 can also be, numerologically, 7 - 7 - 7 (add the 1 and 6 together to get a single digit.
So, a SOTT-like butterfly crop circle is discovered on the Cs 13th birthday - 7 -7 - 7 - and there was this little personal synchronicity that pretty much confirms for me that we are still on track. Gotta keep flapping those wings!
Came upon this thread while researching crop circles on the Forum - also see recent thread http://cassiopaea.org/forum/index.php/topic,31349.0.html

A leisurely stroll through your local casino will leave you with a sensory overload of the number seven. 777 pops up on a slot machine, a pair of dice that add up to seven, red seven on a game of roulette…they all invoke a sense of luck in an otherwise risky game of chance. Some lotteries don’t even allow the number 777 to be played, due to its popularity.
While luck is a phenomenon that can’t fully be explained, there could be something behind the love of the number seven that sets it apart in our minds as ‘special’.

Seven As The “Virgin” Number

Let’s first look into what makes seven original, as a number. Mathematicians often refer to it as the “virgin” number, for a few reasons.
Firstly, it is untouched by other numbers. This means that no number divides or enters into it. (e.g. Four can be divided by two. Nine can be divided by three. Eight can be divided by four. Etc.)
Secondly, it is childless; it produces no other numbers. (e.g. Two produces four, six, eight, ten. Five produces ten. Etc.)
Seven is the only number, 1-10, that adheres to both of these rules. This distinction separates it from its neighbors in the dekad, making it a stand-alone. Whether viewed positively (important, special, unique) or negatively (neglected, alone, sequestered), seven is different. This gives it potential to depart from the norm and set its own status quo.
The regular heptagon also stands alone among other shapes, as it cannot be constructed using only the three tools of the geometer (compass, straightedge and pencil).

And a heptagram, although complete in construction, imparts a feeling of movement because our eye attempts to resolve the unevenness of the form. This makes the heptagram ideal for specific branding initiatives, since movement and motion are difficult to convey in a 2D environment.

Seven As A Cycle

Few numbers can be viewed as a complete unit, as seven is. It represents a whole event, with a beginning, middle and end. Examples of this can be found in literature, as books that are written in seven parts to convey the whole story. (e.g. Harry Potter, The Chronicles of Narnia, etc.)

Delving further into the heptad’s separation of beginning, middle and end, we find that those sections are often separated further into seven repeating stages. A perfect example of this is the splitting of cells.
From this blog _http://blkjadecreative.wordpress.com/2011/07/17/the-ancient-significance-of-numbers-its-effect-on-modern-branding-number-seven/, it goes on, but I decided to cut the quote (picture below is also taken from there).

So it's the super bingo luck number, the number winning you the jackpot.

j0da said:
Uh, when I read this post the time Windows showed was.. 10:01. Sorta like butterfly :)
777*13 (it was the 13th birthday of the C's) = 10101
http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=214279

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gnosisxsophia

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Was sitting at a Bali cafe with my family on Sunday, when thoughts started wandering from the people watching and busy street to ruminating upon some recent ‘C’s threads. Shortly thereafter the gentle undulations of a shadowed light shade directly in front of me drew attention;


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Realising that there were symbols on it I got up to have a closer look;


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Which made me smile as a week earlier on the drive to the airport, when in a similar state of mind, a car drove past with 'MAMACASS' license plates...

Happy belated birthday :-)
 

Laurs

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We are making some life changes and are moving to southern Europe. The whole process of finding a suitable area to buying a suitable house went exceptionally smooth, and while walking on the beach, thanking DCM for just being and being able to enjoy this new adventure so much, i looked and saw this 931BA7D7-C2CC-4A04-9AAB-7B66E3946536.jpeg
I took it as a sign that we are exactly there where we must be. Thank you C’s and happy belated birthday from me too
 

Julius

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We are making some life changes and are moving to southern Europe. The whole process of finding a suitable area to buying a suitable house went exceptionally smooth, and while walking on the beach, thanking DCM for just being and being able to enjoy this new adventure so much, i looked and saw this
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I took it as a sign that we are exactly there where we must be. Thank you C’s and happy belated birthday from me too
Great signs!

I know this vessel it is a small oversight boat from the portuguese navy. So you were near here. :-)

NRP Cassiopeia
 

Julius

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Ola Julius, very accurate, (i like your words 'oversight boat' relating to this topic), we are moving at the end of this year (to the south of portugal), can't wait :-D
Olá!
Hope you like it here, most people are friendly and open, and generally everyone gets along nicely. I am near Lisbon but the south has hotter weather and nicer beaches. And the north is more rainy in winter. The inner side of the country has some big fires, usually happens by this time of the year, some say they are manmade fires because there are businesses over these lands to extract lithium for electric car batteries and industry. But I cannot help to consider small outer space rocks/debris or something falling and causing the fires.

Overall we have been very lucky with the weather in my opinion, when I look around the world and see all the disasters, floods, storms, earthquakes.
If I didn't watch Sott's videos and others shared over the internet I would sometimes think this is close to the paradise weather sometimes, I guess all comes down to perspective, but we have to see the blueprint to make good decisions.

Sorry for some off-topic everyone.
 
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