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11:11 the Time Prompt Phenomenon: The Meaning Behind Mysterious Signs, Sequences, and Synchronicities Paperback – February 1, 2009


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Product Details

  • Paperback: 255 pages
  • Publisher: New Page Books (February 1, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1601630476
  • ISBN-13: 978-1601630476
  • Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 6.5 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #427,420 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Author Jones (Supervolcano, 2013: The End of Days or a New Beginning?) and paranormal researcher Flaxman address the "cosmic significance" of specific codes, patterns and numbers-in particular recurring numbers like the "time prompt" 11:11-that call attention to a "separate level of awareness, consciousness, or reality." Jones and Flaxman comb facts and statistics for enticing examples; a long list attached to 9/11 includes the facts that the first plane to strike the towers was Flight 11; New York is the 11 th state; and Bin Laden's birthplace, Saudi Arabia, has 11 letters. They also look at "magical" numbers and curiosities in math, science and religion. (Pi, Apery's Constant, the Hebrew Kaballah, etc.) Jones and Flaxman are rational investigators with a game attitude and a willingness to believe; to be fair, they also look to human psychology (the tendency toward pattern-seeking) and "laws" (like the Law of Truly Large Numbers) that indicate "each of us should be experiencing some strange, coincidental events... even potentially miraculous, every single day." Whether readers will come to believe that numbers are "as paranormal as ghosts or UFOs" will largely depend on their attitude toward those two subjects; nevertheless, the authors' case makes an entertaining numerical romp.
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About the Author

Marie D. Jones is the author of 2013: The End of Days or A New Beginning? and PSIence: How New Discoveries in Quantum Physics and New Science May Explain the Existence of Paranormal Phenomena. She also co-authored Supervolcano: The Catastrophic Event That Changed the Course of Human History and many other published books, articles, reviews, and essays. She is a licensed New Thought Minister and has an extensive background in metaphysics and the paranormal. Jones has appeared on Coast to Coast AM and many other popular radio shows around the world.

Larry Flaxman is the founder and president of ARPAST, the Arkansas Paranormal and Anomalous Studies Team. He has been actively involved in paranormal research and investigation for more than 10 years and has authored many articles and been featured in numerous newspaper, magazine, radio, and television interviews. He lives in Little Rock, Arkansas.


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After all, the contents of this book are mostly on Wikipedia, and that's free... and better organized.
Titanium Raven
This book presents some of the most interesting concepts of numbers and the profound meaning they have in our universe, world, religion and everyday lives.
Anonymous
You will learn much about other mathematical formulas and theories that have relayed a sense of religious awe ever since mathematics were invented.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 7, 2011
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After the second chapter it became apparent that this book was a series of wikipedia, blog and some other books research project. The real SLAP IN THE FACE came when I reached 84% of the book read in my kindle and found this conclusion written by the authors:

"Seeing 11:11 on the clock day after day, night after night, is not coincidental. It is not just a random event that miraculously keeps repeating. It happens for a reason. Unfortunately, we still don't know what that reason is."

Basically you get teased all through out the book to be told that the authors don't know the meaning of any combinations in the end!
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By A. W. Craven on March 18, 2009
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Before purchasing this book I read the one critical assessment it had by "Donna King". Since the subject matter is of interest to me and despite her criticism, I purchased and read the book anyway. After having read it, I felt like Ms. King and I read different books! Numbers and their uses throughout the universe are at the core of our very being (our DNA for instance), aid in the development of our understanding of ourselves, the ever expanding universe and how previous and future generations have and will use numbers for mankind's development. This book integrates all of these subjects and more into a cohesive and thought provoking education. I think that it is laughable that the previous criticism states that it "did not expect to see a large quantity of high tech mathematical information". Since when have the Fibonacci spiral or the Golden ratio etc. been considered "High Tech"?

As an Agnostic searching for viable, meaningful alternatives into the discussion of the "shape" of God, this book offers an unpopular yet intelligent alternative viewpoint worth considering!

While this book didn't answer my questions about the pervading manifestation of "11:11" in my life, it has suggested what the possibilities of its presence could very well mean. I highly recommend this book for those interested in exploring how important numbers are throughout our lives!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By jsharbour on February 21, 2012
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I was very disappointed with this book. Only the first chapter deals with the subject matter described on the cover and blurb (time prompts). Thats 40 out of 250 pages of useful information. Bait & switch. The remaining pages are devoted to a high level overview of number theories and historical numbers in math & science with no relation to the phenomena promised on th cover. Its full of "Didja know?" and "Lookie" type paragraphs covering a plethora of useless trivia about unrelated numbers.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mark C. Upshaw on April 13, 2009
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This is a nice survey of numbers and their possible spiritual significance. The "time prompt phenomenon" is not explored thoroughly, but seems to be used as a hook to enter into the idea of numbers as spiritual signposts. In chapter 1, the authors state "there is no scientific proof" about the time prompt phenomenon, but do address many peoples ideas. Then, the authors launch into the book itself touching on the following topics:
Ch. 2 on the various base systems with one interesting note on why our numbers have their shapes.
Ch. 3 touches on the Golden Ratio, Fibonacci numbers, Kepler, harmonics, music, architecture, and ley lines.
Ch. 4 works with the ideas three and five.
Ch. 5 touches on 13, 7, 23, 666, and kernels.
Ch. 6 is on numerology.
Ch. 7 discusses the coincidences of life's events and numbers.
Ch. 8 Sir Martin Rees book on the essential 6 numbers.
Ch. 9 Numerical Oddities.
Ch. 10 How to see God in numbers.

The authors jumping off point on this subject is "there is a divine influence and connection between..." numbers and everything else. They broad stroked the subject enough to allow anyone a flight of fancy to read further.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By bookworm on October 10, 2010
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If you are like me and have been seeing the number sequences 11:11 or 111 then you would naturally gravitate to this book looking for answers. This book should come with a warning " For Brainiacs Only!" I suspect the authors only wrote this book so they could show off their higher education (or pay off their higher education.) Filled with mathematical formulas and lots of Quantum physics it still offered no definitive answer to the 11:11 time prompt question.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Donna J. King on March 12, 2009
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As I stated in my title, this book has some useful information. Even though I was not sure exactly what I wanted to learn from it, I did not expect to see a large quanity of high tech mathmatical information. I just did not see why one needed to know this or how it helped the general purpose of the book. Maybe I'm just not into that sort of stuff. I did learn some stuff about the 11:11 phenomenon so I gave it 3 stars.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ian Scott Mitnick on March 19, 2009
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11:11 by Marie Jones makes sense. I see all kinds of numbers all day long - 11:11, birthdays, license plates - I think I'll win lottery money but never do - doesn't work that way. This stuff happens I think because our unconscious mind self references - thats a birthday important to ME, 333 is important to ME, I made this date or number important to ME. Call it Carl Jung synchronicity but we want to feel we have a niche and make a mark we're so small compared to the infinite universe. Call this angels or tricks of even demons!!! Who knows but with religions you can't win - you can say the devil's demons is fooling everyone with 11:11 or you can say God exists and the afterlife will be nice for everyone - people claim they know this stuff, but do they really? We're all on a level playing field you know!
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