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Strange coincidences happening everywhere. No need for a very practiced eye to detect them. The whole universe is full of them. Might say that there is nothing new under the sun, but some of them seem to defy logic and alignment of events from another world, imagination of a poet, but this has actually already happened:
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1. A prediction of the macabre Edgar Allan Poe By 1838, Edgar Allan Poe, future classic of horror literature, published a book called The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket (Gordon Pym of Nantucket's Adventures), his only novel. Weird book, which Poe claiming to be based on "real events" is that these events will occur in the future. In the book, a wrecked whaler at sea, and the crew survive four people. Ran out of food, the four drawing lots to see who will be sacrificed. steward of the ship, Richard Parker, a lad, draw the short stick. One hundred years before James Cameron film to be made naval tragedy, winning 11 Oscars for Titanic, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet starring an American writer, Morgan Robertson wrote a book called futility, or the Wreck of Titan (frustrated, or foundering Titanic), about the sinking of a passenger ship "unsinkable" (as stated and Titanic because of its double hull, compartmentalized). Titanic story was written and rewritten hundreds of times and have made creare magazin online piese auto numerous films about the shipwreck of 1912 (even the Nazis had one), but Robertson's book was first published in 1898, 14 years before the tragic events at sea. Similarities between the work of Robertson and Titanic disaster are terrifying: Titanium or was "the largest ship at sea" size "of a luxury hotel," was "unsinkable". Both ships were 243.2 meters long and s sank after hitting an iceberg in the North Atlantic, one night in April. Robertson seems to be wrong in one place: Titanic collided with an iceberg not to "400 nautical miles from Newfoundland, sailing with 25 knots per hour "as he writes, but about 400 nautical miles from Newfoundland at a speed of 22.5 knots. 3. Death of twins In 2002, Finnish twins, aged 72, died at a difference of a few hours of each other in different accidents, but on the same road in the north. The first of the twins died after being hit by a truck while riding a bicycle. He died at only 1.5 kilometers away from where he was killed and his brother. "It's a phenomenal coincidence," the cop said Marja-Leena Huhtala. "On this does not happen only very rarely crashes, and yet we have two deaths on the same day, with twins. I make hair stand on end " told her. 4. Royal Coincidence Located in Monza, Italy, King Umberto I, went to a small restaurant for dinner. When the restaurant owner came to take command of the king, the sovereign found it seemed to be duplicate, copy exactly as figure and structure. Began to discuss their strange resemblance and have discovered more coincidences: were born the same day, same year (14 March 1844), in the same city, married with one woman named Marguerite, the restaurant was opened the day of his coronation as King Umberto I of Italy. On 29 July 1900, King Umberto was informed that "double" had died in a freak accident with a firearm. Precisely when King expresses regret for what happened, was assassinated by a pistol shot, the an anarchist in the crowd.
 
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