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by Ken Anderson

eBook Coincidences: Chance or Fate? download ISBN: 0713725230
Author: Ken Anderson
Publisher: Blandford Pr; Abridged edition (August 1, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 306
ePub: 1900 kb
Fb2: 1987 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Religious
Subcategory: Occult and Paranormal

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Originally published as two volumes: Coincidences (1991) and Extraordinary coincidences (1993)-Verso . Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Coincidences: Chance or Fate? by Rino Di Stefano . An expert in this trouble field is Ken Anderson, an Australian journalist who spent some years of his life to collect documentation on a great number of strange but true events in various countries. All this stories constitutes the content of the book "Coincidences, chance or fate" published from the Blandford Book of London. In the book, that so far has not been translated in Italian, we can find a series of coincidences drawn from real life, with all names of the protagonists. There is a large number of examples. The Titanic's premonition.

A collection of stories and anecdotes accompanies an examination of the meaning and nature of coincidence.

Select Format: Paperback. A collection of stories and anecdotes accompanies an examination of the meaning and nature of coincidence. ISBN13:9780713725230. Release Date:December 1995.

These two astonishing tales of coincidence both come from Norway and both involve fish. When consulting with colleague Dr. Nina Ridenour on the subject, she offered several points of advice to him, including understanding the differences between Western and Eastern mysticism. To help in this understanding, she recommended to LeShan a book entitled The Vision of Asia by Crammer-Bing.

Hasards ou coïncidences is a French film directed by Claude Lelouch, released in 1998. Alessandra Martines : Myriam Lini. Pierre Arditi : Pierre Turi. Marc Hollogne : Marc Deschamps. Véronique Moreau : Catherine Desvilles. Patrick Labbé : Michel Bonhomme. Laurent Hilaire : Laurent. Geoffrey Holder : Gerry. Charles Gérard : L'homme sur le bateau. David La Haye : Le voleur. Nominated for César Award for Best Music Written for a Film. Best Actress at Chicago Film Festival for Alessandra Martines.

Extraordinary coincidences were considered as fruits of chance. This book avoids investigating excessively specialized topics. The author clearly accompanies the reader in understanding the three levels that form a single reality. Anyone who wanted to interpret extraordinary events as divine signals was mocked. In the same way, premonitions were considered illusions or even signs of imbalance. This, despite many had experienced these extraordinary facts. Science denied the existence of a psychic dimension with which the human mind could interact. The first level is the physical one, which is part of our daily experience.

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Is it fate when you run into someone you were just thinking about or just . Is it possible that it was just a coincidence, or are there other factors at play here? Coincidences, like this one, happen all the time.

Is it fate when you run into someone you were just thinking about or just plain facts? Time to flip a coin(cidence). A man named John Ironmonger reached out to him about a book he had written himself. Called Coincidence, it featured a London-based academic who was an expert on coincidences and whose birthday was June 30, the same as mine, says Hand. They probably even happen to you. But why do they occur and what is their meaning? The answer is up to you. Is that a coincidence you’re wearing, or did you just set this up?

A collection of stories and anecdotes accompanies an examination of the meaning and nature of coincidence
Comments: (2)
Coirad
This book is not exactly what I thought it would be. I'm struggling quite a bit just writing this review because this book is pretty unusual. It's mostly anecdotal stories so I'm only reading the ones I like and the ones that I think are actual "coincidences; or, what I call "syncronicities"; this is the word that Carl Jung used for a "Meaningful Coincidence" for the person who experienced it. So, I'm having to skip around because I am searching for the ones I think might be the most interesting and some of the "coincidences" are just too morbid and/or graphic and others are not what I would consider to be a coincidence at all. So, I guess these are "simple" coincidences. But, that isn't what I was looking for.
Andromakus
Many of the coincidence stories in this book are based in the UK or Australia, nevertheless its a fascinating read.

Most of the accounts are also rather short so this makes it a sort of trivia book that you can easily pick up and put down. You're not forced to read many pages to get to the "point" of a story...

The cumulative effect the book has after you've read all these hundreds of accounts of uncanny coincidences in peoples' lives is that you start to wonder about the fact that life is not as random as we assume it to be, and that there is some sort of unseen pattern to it that only becomes obvious when you begin to contemplate all these acausal events...