Could the two-headed eagle (uniting two as one) be the key to understanding why marriages skyrocketed on November 11th?
In China, it may be, as The WSJ reports, due to the fact that:
The pronunciation of the numbers “11/11/11” is similar to the Chinese idiomatic expression “one life, one lifetime” ( 一生一世, yi sheng yi shi in Mandarin), which means “forever.”
Australians are "going wild" for the day as a day to tie the knot. As are Indians.
And what would a conspiracy theory be without pyramids?
....Egypt will close the Great Pyramid of Giza to avoid any rituals by a group rumoured to have plans to mark 11/11/11.
The decision came "after much pressure" from Egyptian Internet users saying strange rituals were going to be held "within the walls of the pyramid on November 11, 2011," said Atef Abu Zahab, head of the Department of Pharaonic Archaeology.
You may recall we lambasted one Pierre Dortiguier back in May for misreading the significance of the missing panel of the Temple de la Sagesse Supreme in Blagnac. There were 12 of these panels before one went missing, but Dortiguier didn't know that and was off to the races, claiming the 11 was in fact a Masonic mockery of the 10 Commandments. Hmmm. The Blagnac Temple is a pyramid. The number 11 is involved. And now, on 11.11.11, the Pyramids were shut down to prevent strange rites from being performed there, you know, as if in....a temple.
Which brings us back to those marriages. What are they but strange rites performed in a temple?
I wink, then squint, and see the universe winking back. I open my eyes wide and....it's the 12th of November all over again. Next year on this day I suppose the apostles will crash my house for supper....