Purely Coin-incidental

I struggled for just a bit on whether to write this post here, or to do it on a private blog. After all, I had planned on following up my last post with a dive into the whole “knights” and “quest” topics to further the story. But then, this is the story – the story is a living thing, and situations like this are PRECISELY those that remind me that the Quest continues. And though I may sometimes take my attention away from the Path, it has its ways of calling my gaze back to it; sometimes subtly, sometimes overtly. But for those who are seeking, the signs are provided – the whole “seek and ye shall” find thing has proved a truism to me.

So my last post – it was the one where I finally decided after all these years to at least try to capture the spirit of one of the most powerful experiences I have had in my time seeking – the culmination of which was the “Coin-incidence,” which occurred in 1994 – quite a while ago. I was unsure of whether or not I was perhaps embellishing it a little too much in hindsight, but after communicating with a good friend about it, I’m more confident than ever that it truly was an exceptional experience. In fact, he – in all his skepticism – described it as “supernatural.”

So today I am on Twitter, and I come across a story that’s right up my alley – something about Navy “UFO Patent” documents, and the some type of “Spacetime weapon” that they were supposedly working on. I know, it sounds kooky, but it’s legit. Here’s the article: https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/38937/navy-ufo-patent-documents-talk-of-spacetime-modification-weapon-detail-experimental-testing

Now that article is trippy enough on its own, to be sure. I am quite the UFO (actually UAP is the term used more now, as it seems to have slightly more credibility) buff, so this definitely peeked my interest. And given that it was a tweet by Christopher Mellon, who, in my eyes, is legend in the UAP community, and the former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence – not some kook in a tinfoil hat – it carried some instant credibility. As I read the article, which is pretty head-spinning (honestly reads like something out of a sci-fi novel) I came across this paragraph, and got chills:

“Many of the documents describe the tests of the High Energy Electromagnetic Field Generator (HEEMFG) and the data that resulted. Some of these documents describe specific “Identified Technical Obstacles” and proposed solutions for developing a working HEEMFG device. One test asset used in experiments appears to have been a “coin cell capacitor” with a 0.276-inch diameter, which was connected to a vertical drive spindle and spun up to 100,000 rotations-per-minute (RPM) with a 2-inch air motor. Other experiments describe spinning a 12-inch disk featuring piezoelectric elements arranged in a cruciform (cross- or x-shaped) arrangement. These larger discs were charged with much larger capacitors.”

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Knights Templar coin from France, Philip IV Le Bel, 1268-1314 AD

Now I get it – it’s quite a reach to think that what’s described in the article has anything at all to do with the Knights Templar, or the coin-incidence. And I am not one of those people who sees everything as a conspiracy, or tries to find connections between disparate things. While I am optimistic and spiritual, I am also rational and skeptical. But sometimes things happen that speak to an individual that maybe don’t speak to other people – I get that. Some of us have experiences that move us very deeply that it’s simply impossible to explain to another person in a manner that conveys the true depth of the experience. And often times, even if we did, the people wouldn’t believe us, at least not in the case of truly supernatural or strange events. I get it.

But for me, this was a profoundly meaningful situation. The timing – I had just decided, after all these years, to start writing about the Coin-incidence, and then, just 2 days later, I come across this article – the subject matter of which is quite extraordinary in itself – and within a single paragraph, it mentions a coin and a cruciform shape. And keep in mind, this is describing electrical/mechanical engineering stuff. I can’t say I’ve EVER read an article about any kind of technological devices or machines that mentioned a coin or coin-shaped part in any capacity. And I’ve certainly never heard or read the term “cruciform” mentioned in such an article. So to have both of these words, so close together, and completely out of place, in such a fantastic article, about almost magical (if real) technology, published on the same day that I posted the “Coin-incidence” post – yyyeaahhh…

I remember back in 1989 I think it was – I was living in Prescott with Willie (you’ll hear lots more about him later) during some very formative years for opening my mind to new thought and concepts I had never really heard of before. We were in a laundromat, and hanging over the dryers was a sign with a phrase that resonated deeply with me, and does to this day:

“Coincidence is when God works a miracle and wishes to remain anonymous.”

I think that pretty much sums up my beliefs about coincidences. Perhaps coin-incidences are when God works a miracle, and DOESN’T wish to remain anonymous.

Update: The strangeness continued…

We Watched Red Dwarf last night after I had written this post earlier in the day – caught this in the episode. A little tough to make out, but certainly resembles a Templar cross in black:

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Then we watched an episode of “International House Hunters.” They were in Brisbane, and the guy who was looking for a place with his wife was attending the University of Queensland. They flashed a quick pic of the sign at one point in the episode- cross in the coat of arms is extremely similar to a Templar cross:

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