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11:11 the Time Prompt Phenomenon: The Meaning Behind Mysterious Signs, Sequences, and Synchronicities

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11:11 the Time Prompt Phenomenon Is it happening to you? You wake up at night, look at the clock, and notice that it is 11: 11 p.m. This happens again the next night, and the next. You think it is a coincidence, but what if you were to discover that it was happening to others???possibly millions of others???all over the world? And that it meant something...something import ...more
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Published February 15th 2009 by New Page Books
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Owen Spencer
Feb 13, 2011 Owen Spencer rated it really liked it
This book addresses the odd phenomenon of seeing 11:11 (or 2:22, 4:44, etc.) on the clock more often than seems to make sense. Well, at least that is this book's starting and ending point. In between, taking up most pages, is discussion about a multiplicity of fascinating facts about numbers and ratios involved in science, religion, and the occult. Sounds weird, right? It is, yet some of this stuff is truly amazing and warrants serious attention. It's kind of like an "Idiot's Guide" or "For Dumm ...more
Marcus Stafford
Dec 07, 2015 Marcus Stafford rated it did not like it
Winner of the award for the biggest disparity between the title and content. For anyone interested in this phenomenon it looks like a book based on research, experience and may actually provide some insight or answers. It doesn't.

There is only one chapter which directly addresses the subject (and doesn't even do that well), the rest is new-age dross, mumbo-jumbo, friend-of-a-friend anecdotes and filler. It has the overwhelming feel of a self published book written to a deadline. Images are credi
Aevalle Galicia
Aug 28, 2012 Aevalle Galicia rated it liked it
Decent enough as a beginner book to learn more about several theories about how numbers work in our world, but sloppy and lazy research. The authors use sites like Wikipedia and as research sources WAY too much for it to be considered a serious work. There's also cutsey asides throughout. I gave it 3 stars because of it's readability--but I don't think it would stand up to a research assignment in the standard Freshman composition course in most universities.
Bradley McCann
Apr 26, 2015 Bradley McCann rated it it was ok
Reads as if you've googled the topics within and skim-read whatever came up. The authors refuse to take a stand and decide what they believe. A quadzillion maybes and perhapses.
Jun 08, 2016 Timothy rated it liked it
Odd book. Quick read with random content. Some of interest, some not so much. The title is misleading in a way, although it does touch base on the topic.
Amber Morales
Sep 24, 2012 Amber Morales rated it liked it
This book only had a portion dedicated to what I was interested in researching... but the rest was mostly the history of numbers, a little about sacred geometry and the histories of famous fathers of math.

I was more interested in the numerology behind certain number sequences and synchronicities and what they mean... but this book didn't cater that to me as much as I had expected.

Other than that, it is still informative and a pretty good read...
Apr 13, 2014 Meg rated it it was ok
Sloppy research.
Will Jeffries
Apr 21, 2011 Will Jeffries rated it liked it
It was interesting; Just ignore all the fear-based models around 11:11 - I believe a UFO guy teamed up with another woman to write the book - so there is a little fear sprinkled in the text around 11:11.

11:11 is a beautiful symbol and will trigger divine awakenings within your soul, if you allow it.

Enjoy the read.
Had some interesting points, but this book was so boring, and had hideous sources.
Mar 06, 2010 Janice rated it it was ok
Most of this was derived from all the past books written about 11:11, and numerology.
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