When we say that our world might just be a virtual simulated reality, we often lack evidence. But what if I told you that there are amazing coincidences that simply cannot be coincidental? These stories support the theory that we live in a matrix.
1. Notebook of Fate
When Stephen Diamond, an aspiring writer and journalist, arrived in San Francisco with a dream of a career, he had only $10. He couldn’t even afford a notebook to take notes. But one day he noticed an old notebook lying on top of a pile of junk on the street. Picking it up, Stephen discovered that it had his own name written on it – Stephen Diamond, MD. This coincidence allowed him to write his iconic novel WhattheTreesSaid.
2. mysterious name
In a police accident, the drivers of two cars answered a question about their name in the same way – Ian Purvis. This coincidence perplexed the police officer, but it turned out that both drivers actually had the same name.
3. The fate of the robbers
A surprising incident took place in Sofia. A thief, named Milko Stoyanov, robbed an apartment and heard the footsteps of police officers outside the door. He decided to climb down the drainpipe, but fell on a passerby. And what happened? It turned out that this passerby was also a burglar, and his name was also Milko Stoyanov.
4. The twin phenomenon
The fate of twins is often unusual. Two American twin sisters, Dorothy Lowe and Bridget Harrison, did not meet until they were 34 years old. They discovered they each wore seven rings and two bracelets on their hand. And most surprisingly, both sisters had children with the same names. One had son Richard Andrew and daughter Katherine Louise, and the other had son Andrew Richard and daughter Karen Louise. Even the names of their favorite cats were the same – Tiger.
5. Death and Destiny
Sometimes death seems to haunt some people. Astronomy professor Dani du Toit died of suffocation after uttering the phrase that death comes to a man when he is destined to die. Stewardess Violet Jessop was on three cruise ships that went down – the Titanic, the Olympic and the Britannic. However, she survived all three and died at the age of 83. Hilda Yolanda Mayol, who worked at the World Trade Center, ran out of a first floor restaurant before the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack. She survived, but her life was forever changed.
All of these amazing coincidences and stories confirm that our world may not be as real as it seems. Perhaps we really do live in a matrix where everything is predetermined and connected. This raises many questions and makes us wonder about the nature of our reality.