posted on Dec, 21 2013 @ 01:50 AM
reply to post by thefourthjokerscard
To make things easier, maybe just say to add the day and month of your birth. The number you get is the age at which you will have a significant life
Mine add to 28. I'm age 28 now. No conception this year. No family deaths this year. No major life changing events at all really. I still have two
months until my birthday though. Maybe I should go have a bunch of unprotected sex.
My Mom was born on June 6th and my Dad on January 12th. I'm happy to say that I was not conceived when they were 12 and 13.
As I see it, a year is a long time. In applying this theory, most people would be able to recall something of major significance from any 365 day
period of their life, especially if they want you to be right about your theory. I'd just chalk it up to coincidence. With all the complexities and
certainties of life, I don't see "God" tossing in some half-assed birthday math into the equation.
I'm more partial to the idea that Lazarus Short brought up, that portions of the year can be meaningful. There is a lot of data to support the effects
of the sun, moon and Earth's positions throughout months and years on the human consciousness and experience -
. For example, I have been in three car accidents in my life. They have all occurred
between June 7 and June 12. June has always been a tumultuous month for me. You may also have heard of a little subject called
, obviously a very widely accepted belief that relates planetary positions and cycles.
You have brought up an interesting hypothesis, but in all honesty, it's a very flimsy theory. And trying to prove religion with science is never a
good idea. Science requires certainty and 100%. Religion is dependent on faith, and faith produces numbers like 50%.
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