You control your life, you make your own decisions, you are the master of your destiny, you are responsible for what you do……. but are you?
We’ve learned that reality is reusing our faces in Part 1, then we learned that reality is reusing people Part 2, but now we are going to look into your daily life. Are you living for yourself or are you always in the right place, at the right time, saying the right thing for the bigger picture?
You searched and found your soul mate… right?
Relationships are hard and finding the right person takes time, some skill and a lot of luck. You go out and meet people, start conversations, find a common interest, and hope for chemistry. It’s all random.
That is unless the Matrix is real. If it is, then you are going to be with someone no matter what happens, and it was always going to be that way no matter what you did.
Alex and Donna Voutsinas
They came from different countries and fell in love at work.
Days before their wedding, Mr. Voutsinas was looking through his fiancée’s childhood photos and was shocked to see his father pushing his younger self in the rear of a photo at Disney World while his soon to be wife, then age five, posed in the foreground.
If you look closely you can see the father is even looking right at the camera. Don’t forget that these two families were living in different countries, so the timing is off the scale. Think about how many moving parts of a person’s life have to line up to make this a reality.
Aimee Maiden and Nick Wheeler
Two people who found each other and fell in love and just before their wedding, the couple went to Wheeler’s grandparents’ house and flipped through a family photo album. They come across a photo of Nick as a child with his family on a beach in Cornwall. To their astonishment, they spotted Aimee with her family in the background. The photo was taken years before they met.
(again, looking right at the camera)
The couple was married about a minute walk from where the photo was taken.
There is only one you… right?
The number of variables that make you who you are is almost beyond comprehension. Your name, your parent’s names, your birthday, who you marry, where you live, and the list goes on past the moon. What would it take to force the world to duplicate a life with so many variables?
I don’t know the answer for your life but for a virtual world, it only takes copy, paste and hit enter.
Patricia Ann Campbell
A computer error gave two women in America the same social security number. When the two women were brought together to rectify the mistake they discovered the following:
- They had both been given the same name by separate parents
- Both of their fathers were called Robert Campbell
- Both had the same birthday 13th March 1941
- Both married military men in the year 1959
- Both had two children aged 19 and 21
- Both had worked as book-keepers
- They both had an interest in oil painting
- Both had studied cosmetics
Jim L. and Jim S.
Two genetically identical twins that were separated at birth and then reunited at age 39. The twin boys were adopted by different families and unaware of each other’s existence.
- Both married women named Linda
- Both Divorced
- Both re-married women named Betty
- Both had been christened James by their adoptive parents
- Both had sons who:
- one was named James Alan
- the other was named James Allan
- Both owned dogs which they named Toy
Laura Buxton and the Balloon
Laura Buxton, from Staffordshire, England, released a balloon with her name and address on it, which floated 140 miles and was then found and returned to the wrong house where there also lived a girl named Laura Buxton.
- Both had the same name
- Both were the same height
- Both had the same build
- Both had the same eye color
- Both were fair-haired
- Both had grey rabbits
- Both had guinea pigs (which were of the same color with similar markings)
- Both had a three-year-old black Labrador
Death is a random event… right?
People say that there are only two constants, “death and taxes”, but in a virtual world is this still true or is there a plan in place for even death?
Mary Ashford and Barbara Forrest are two young women separated by 157 years of time but joined together by the same murder.
- Both 20 years old
- Both share the same birthday
- Both were at a dance before they were murdered
- Both last seen, killed and found on May 27
- 157 Years between each murder
- May 27, 1817
- May 27, 1974
- 157 Years between each murder
- Both found in Pype Hayes Park 300 yards apart in the village of Erdington
- Both raped and strangled
- Both had a man named Thornton tried for the murder
- Both men were acquitted
- Abraham Thornton
- Michael Ian Thornton
- Both murders remain unsolved
Witnesses stated that both women, Ashford and Forrest, spoke of feeling a sense of dread in the days before their deaths.
Lorry VS The Twins
Seventy-year-old twin brothers died within hours of one another after separate accidents on the same road in northern Finland.
The first of the twins died when he was hit by a lorry while riding his bike in Raahe, 600 kilometers north of the capital, Helsinki.
About two hours later, his brother crossed the same road on his bicycle and was also hit and killed by a lorry.
He died just 1.5km from the spot where his brother was killed.
Police in Raahe stated that it was unlikely the second man knew that his brother had already been killed, as they had not yet informed the family of the accident.
Where does that leave us?
We live in a world that doesn’t play by the rules we think are in place. A world that defies the laws of probability and like all things, it does it for a reason. When you have evidence of what’s really going on, you have an opportunity to better understand where you are.
So, there you have it, intentional behavior within the fabric of our reality that is not easily dismissed. You decide if this is a coincidence or a glitch in the Matrix. Each post in this six-part series is going to push what you believe to the limit so be ready.