Bowie Space Oddity 2012 Cosmic Crew Miracle Orchestration 13:13 26 52
Preface: In Infinite Play the movie / material / documentary was highlighted the Apollo 13 mission as part of the “13” phenomena. Also in this production were two themes the Brass Monkey Mystery and the Mysterious Force which find meaning in the procession of lucky perfectly timed failures that rendered the probable improbable and a beneficial synchronistic release of a movie. Much to my surprise and delight that Jerry Woodfill a NASA engineer had outlined 13 Things that saved Apollo 13 which was a very meaningful coincidence in itself. Initially the Apollo thirteen mission was included in the Infinite Play for several reasons. Apollo 13 launched at 13:13 CST (mission control time) on 4-11-1970 and it mishap occurred on April 13th. This item caught my attention combined with certain relevant personal direct experience which will be covered later I found it significant. Imagine you went to see a movie that coincidentally involved your field of occupation and then went home pondering their dilemma and what you would do in their situation only to fall asleep and then suddenly awaken to a phone call to learn that the movie had become a reality.
That some intelligence that had orchestrated the timing of the movie release would also engineer a succession of failures that were beyond chance to save a crew that had been doomed from the start as a result of a clerical error.
When I first investigated this I missed the most important phenomena. But thanks to the publishing of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” turned into a children’s book, I was reminded and I looked at it again. Coincidentally about a year ago a theme appeared in the Infinite Play: “2012 Space Oddity and the Cosmic Crew” which is why it drew my attention. This new realization corresponded with still another theme in the infinite play the mysterious force, and the orchestration of events by a more comprehensive intelligence (which could be the sub-conscious mind at the very least) and perfect happenings. Almost two years ago Apollo 13 was introduced as part of the Infinite Play Movie Documentary story line as it related to the number 13 and a multitude of associated synchronistic and correlated phenomena. I then discovered that since I had promoted this Jerry Woodfill a NASA engineer had outlined 13 Things that saved Apollo 13 which was a very meaningful coincidence in itself. Significant because it was linked to a number of other unfolding themes I will cover at the end and a mysterious force that if not extraterrestrial is perhaps linked to consciousness itself. Sometimes things go wrong for a good reason. Apollo 13 did break a record it was the farthest men had ever been from earth.
It first caught my attention because of the thirteen phenomena which is also a theme in the infinite play, and the year (1970) which happened to be the year of my own direct experience with astronauts in the 3rd grade. The first man to walk on the moon lived about 30 minutes away from my school so this greatly increased the probability that I might have such an experience. Right before my father died he shed a whole new light on that experience he mentioned he had worked with the Astronauts, but abruptly left so I wasn’t able to ask anymore questions, until I found the box. Part II