Sunday, June 28, 2009

The Synchronicity Classification Scale

The synchronicity classification scale was developed by Professor Arnold Konstieg and professor Margaret O’Connor’s from Harvard University. The scale has proved to be useful in scientific evaluations of synchronistic phenomenons. Synchronicities is given points as follows.

5 points is given to extremely strange life changing synchronicities.

4 points is given to very strange coincidences; for example, if a person for some reason happens to think of someone he or she has not seen for more than 20 years and then he or she suddenly bump into that person 3 minutes later.

3 points is given to strange intuitions where a person is picking up information from the background field.

2 points is given to good, undeniable strange, everyday coincidences.

1 point is given to minor interesting little everyday coincidences.

1 comment:

Doreen said...

There is another one! "Missing the point"!