My Number System

By on July 13, 2008 @ 6:00 am

The reason I decided to blog this is because for the last 5-6 years or so, I have noticed a pattern when it comes to numbers with me. I used to think that coincidence was the reason behind why I seemed to always look at the clock at 3:33 and 12:34.

Today, I was searching “Google” for pics that are relevant to 3:33 because it’s symbolic to the time I was born and I wanted to post some. However, my attention was immediately directed towards the “Related Searches” link and I noticed a few links that were definitions of the number 333. When I clicked on the link for numerology, I happened to get a meaning behind numerous numbers along with the meaning behind numbers 3:33 and 12:34. Below I’ve posted the details behind the most consistent numbers in my life.

Before today, I would be quick to say that hardly anything shocks me anymore. Although I feel that way, today was definitely an exception for me. I felt like a load was taken off of me so to speak because I started finding myself ponder on why I would take notice to the clock at these times of the day. Now I at least have an answer as well as a better understanding behind it. Now the question is, do I believe these things to be factual? Truth is, I actually do. The only thing left is to put what I have learned into perspective and apply it to see what results I get.

333 – The Ascended Masters are near you, desiring you to know that you have their help, love, and companionship. Call upon the Ascended Masters often, especially when you see the number 3 patterns around you. Some of the more famous Ascended Masters include: Jesus, Moses, Mary, Quan Yin, and Yogananda. The 333 sign shows that the Ascended Masters agree with your thoughts and feelings, whether negative or positive.

1234 – If you are repeatedly seeing ascending number sequences such as 1234, this is a sign from the angels for you to make progress. You will see this sign when thinking about an area of your life that you are concerned about and want to change. Seeing this number sequence immediately after these thoughts is a sign that this is the right course of action for you and you will have the angels support in its pursuit.

Have you noticed a pattern in the numbers you see on a daily basis?

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Ms. Q July 13, 2008

I haven’t thought about what I was thinking about prior to looking at the clock, but I tend to look at the clock at 12:34 all the time. I read about it being related to angels, I hadn’t read about it being a sign to make progress!

I’ve woken up and looked at the clock at 12:34. I’ll be at work and just happen to glance at the PC clock at 12:34, I’ll be at home and look at the microwave or stove clock at 12:34. It’s like I have an inner clock to check the clock at 12:34!

One person I know said that he tends to look at the clock at 9:11. Not sure what that stands for. I think that repeated numbers 2:22, 3:33, 4:44 etc mean something as well…

Greg July 14, 2008

The simpler solution is that you only recall clearly those times when you notice numbers that are meaningful to you.

The number 1234 is common for most people who use Arabic numbers. It’s the first four numbers. Since digital clocks generally have four numbers, and at least in the U.S. they display a twelve-hour cycle, we have the opportunity to see this combination twice per day or 730 times per year on a clock. To be statistically significant, then you should see this on the clock at least 36 times per year.

Three (3) is also a very common number for people. Most religions repeat three in some significant way such as the Christian trinity and the three Dharma seals of Buddhism. It is also the number when you consider a father, mother, and child. But the number goes back into older mythology and comes up very often in most places you look. Seven and thirteen are other examples of popular numbers. Now 333 is three three’s so seems significant just like 7777777 would be (but nobody ever runs into this because daily life doesn’t commonly deal with numbers this large). And then there is that clock thing again and again you have to see it on the clock at least 36 times per year to even begin to consider something odd happening (but still there are even more rational explanations which we could explore).

Our brains like to create meaning where there is none. That’s how we keep ourselves sane. So the first challenge would be to write down EVERY time you see these numbers on a clock for the next year. Given that these numbers are common, it is likely that you would see these everywhere. Many people probably use 1234 as a password for something. Start writing down EVERY time and place you encounter these numbers.

More importantly, start paying attention to other numbers that you encounter that you never think twice about. It is quite likely you will see 333 or 1234 on a digital clock at least 36 times per year, but it is also likely you will see other random number combinations at least this much. How many times per day do you look at a digital clock? What is more important is the realization of the number of times you look at a clock and do NOT see 333 or 1234. We usually don’t realize how many time OTHER numbers come up because these other numbers aren’t special to us, so we don’t notice them. This is a similar effect as when we are going to buy or just bought a new car and then suddenly we see that car EVERYWHERE. They’ve always been there, you just never noticed before because it lacked meaning previously.

As far as those numerological “meanings” to these numbers: What exactly does it mean to ascend? And that list of people: Jesus, Moses, Mary, Quan Yin, and Yogananda. Three of these are from Judeo-Christian tradition and two are from Buddhist tradition. Now in Buddhism there is the ideal of transcendence, but I don’t think ascendance. That latter sounds more Christian, like going up to Heaven. This is an example of a blending of mythology from different cultures (at least three in this case).

And what exactly do these dead people agree with? Which thoughts whether they are negative or positive? Is that even possible because, as a human being, I’m sure you are filled with conflicting thoughts like the rest of us, so they must be agreeing with both sides of the conflict, right?

Most fortune telling or identity telling aspects of mysticism of this sort rely on generalization that the listener or reader is able to apply to pretty much anything. When you hear or read something general that is supposed to be applied to you, you will find a place for it to work. This is along the lines of a fortune teller saying “You will meet someone new.” Ok, sure, you probably will. Doesn’t say when, but I could add “this month” or “this week” and still be safe. I could probably even guess today and have good odds that you will meet someone new today.

The description for 1234 is the same sort of generalization. Which angels? All of them? And what are you supposed to be doing? After you write down that you saw this number, write down exactly what you were thinking at this moment. Most likely you were thinking “What time is it?” So the angels must agree that you should check the time.

We all want to believe that we are special. That of all the people on the planet who have ever lived, OUR personal life must be important enough to draw the attention of some historical or other worldly people or critters. Does it really matter in the grand scheme of things whether you wear shorts or slacks today? Probably not. For most people it really doesn’t matter in the grand scheme of things what they do any day of their life. Or even what they do with their lives.

Take a moment to think about all the historic people you can name, people who died, who you know their names, and aren’t related to you. Now divide this number by 6.6 billion. The percentage will be insignificant even compared to the number of people alive today. Most people live average lives and whose neighbors don’t really even pay much attention to. So it’s not likely, assuming it was even possible, that dead people or mystical beings, give much thought either. It isn’t even likely that the average person’s neighbor cares much about what that person is doing unless the neighbor thinks they are being a nuisance.

Sandier Pastures July 14, 2008

Wow, that is something. The only number heavily associated with me is number 13! Sometimes I am tempted to know what it means but then I get scary and stop searching.

Danielle July 14, 2008

I’m a 5AM person for some reason. I haven’t thought about the significance @ all.

meleah rebeccah July 14, 2008

I think the only numbers that are significant in my life are my birthday?

I have never been drawn to looking the clock on any specif time, on any specific day. (I tend to avoid looking at the clock) I kinda wish I did so I could look up what it means to me.

cool post

The Fitness Diva July 14, 2008

Hmmm…. interesting. I also find the conclusions of Greg thought provoking as well.
I never really give numbers that much thought, other than the fact that I love 7’s and 4’s (I feel that they’re lucky for me) and also that according to numerology, I’m a ‘1’ person, and I find that the description of ones fits in exactly with who I am.
Isn’t 333 also the opposite of 666, which signifies evil or the devil? I guess the theories you could surmise are endless with this one…

rawdawgbuffalo July 14, 2008

are u into numerical alogarithims too

Eb July 15, 2008

you got me wanting to call my mom and ask her what time I was born… dang

Allison July 15, 2008

I think a lot of it is that, like Greg said, we just happen to notice those “odd” times and save them for later. I wake up multiple times a night, but only noticed this trend recently. I used to think that I always woke up at the same time–but it was just that I *noticed* it and remembered it later: 4:18, the time I was born.

I don’t think it means anything. But I can see why people would :)

meleah rebeccah July 15, 2008

Greg is the BOMB! Loved his comment.

The Jaded NYer July 16, 2008

OK, I’m going to have to try this, too, because for as long as I can remember I always seem to catch the clock at 5:23… my birthday… it creeped me out so bad that I just plum STOPPED looking at the time- I stopped wearing a watch, I obstruct the view on my computer monitor, and I hardly look at the display on my office phone!

crazy, right?

TOPolk July 21, 2008

In the videogame Eternal Darkness, 3:33 am/pm played a pivotal role in the progression of the story for meanings you paraphrased earlier. After playing the game, I noticed I would actively notice (by happenstance) that time on the clock. I thought it was just because of my exposure to the time but maybe its for a more significant purpose. Definite food for thought.

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