Neither did I.
On a regular basis I found myself looking at the clock to see 11:11. I began to wonder at its significance, if any. More interesting is that my boyfriend was doing the same thing.
Apparently we are not the only ones seeing 11:11; that said, I am going to put some thought into what it means for me. My passion is cleaning up our water ways, so maybe helping change our world for the better is my path.
Think of clean water when you see 11:11
Knowing that it was not just me, I set out to find answers, I hit the web.
What I found were pages and pages on Google about the significance of 11:11. Common themes were spiritual, metaphysical, astronomical and religious.
The number 11 has been linked to mystery and power since ancient times. All forms of number research and
study, including Numerology, the ancient science of Gematria, and the secret wisdom of Kabbalah, all give
significant importance to 11, and 11 derivatives – 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77, 88, and 99. tribes.tribe.net
The number 11 is considered a master number and worldwide people have begun expressing strong feelings about it. The sightings of 11:11 have become more prevalent in the last five years.
But what does it all mean?
*The new agers believe it is a wake up call to change your life.
*Others believe that 11:11 refers to Bible verses
*And many believe that repeatedly seeing the number 11:11 is a sign that your spirit guide is trying to get your attention
Mathematically the number eleven has a special characteristic in mathematics where it is the sixth prime number. It contains some interesting peculiarities where the number eleven times itself equals a palindrome:
(2 digits) 11 x 11 = 121
(6 digits) 111111 x 111111 = 12345654321
(9 digits) 111111111 x 111111111 = 12345678987654321
For the Dakota Sioux the 11:11 Laws are symbols known as the Maka Wicahpi Wicohan (“Earth Star Ways”) there are 11 Universal Laws and 11 Spiritual Laws. The Spirit cited them as the 11:11. The Universal Laws are feminine and the Spiritual Laws are masculine. members.tripod.com/~lil_feathers/standingelk.htm
What can you do to make a difference?