Amazing prompt on my cell phone

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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by Sandy » Sat Nov 12, 2011 1:12 am

Hello eagle-eyes,
Ever since I read your post I have this blurp of an Elton John song in my head... :)
Shine the light through the eyes of the ones left behind
Shine the light, shine the light
Shine the light, won't you shine the light
Philadelphia freedom, I love you, yes I do
Welcome to the board! :sunny:
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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by peacockplume » Sat Nov 12, 2011 8:28 pm

:hithere :hithere Eagle-Eyes

welcome to the mb,,,it's wonderful to see so many 11rs surfacing...

you said...
.the answer to moving away from that which no longer serves my highest purpose or from those who won't allow my light to shine...
right on the mark! just keep your vibrations high and live in joy...

Bless your Heart.....pp :kiss:
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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by happyrain » Thu Mar 29, 2012 5:25 am

so its not on my cell phone
but this one completely caught me by surprise
and i think the cashier too
the way she said it made me think she was curious
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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by 333seeker » Thu May 17, 2012 10:33 pm

This is so funny to read how prevalent this is! I received a phantom text on 3/31/11 at 1:11. It was from no number and it didn't contain any message. I wouldn't have thought much about it but the 1:11 caught my attention as 11:11 and 1:11 have been significant numbers in recent years, always giving me a heads up that change is coming. I tried to respond, I received "error." I looked on my text message records and it didn't show up. My gut said it was a heads up that I had a new person coming into my life. I knew the date was also significant as in numerology, it is 333. Nine days later, on 4/9, I met my twin flame, who's life path number is also 9. He became my "3" guy, always seeing 333 whenever I was thinking about him. I was so thankful for that prompt as it allowed me to understand the gravity of the relationship that was coming my way and to know that I am always watched over!

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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by 11light11 » Tue Oct 02, 2012 1:57 pm

Hi 333seeker,

I got a chill reading your message! What an interesting occurrence! Not only that - but you posted at 4:33 (my time, at least; the 33 is what is so amazing though)! This one is very special. Thank you so much for sharing it!

Peace! Michele :kiss:

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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by Sandy » Wed Oct 03, 2012 3:39 am

Hello 333seeker!
Thanks for sharing your experience with the 333's. When I read your post it was a 33 here too. 8)
A big welcome to our friendly board! :hithere
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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by hungryfish » Mon Oct 05, 2015 6:41 pm

Not to be a killjoy, but 1111 is a common error message especially from AOL

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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by Sandy » Tue Oct 06, 2015 3:00 am

:) Yes that is true in some cases...but sometimes it is the timing of that error message that is the eye opener eh? ;)
Hope you had a good week end, Barry? It is as hot as "you know where" here and has been for a couple days. Very unusual for this time of year so I am hibernating inside with the house all shut up...feels like you are in a convection oven when you go outside. I worry about my wild animal friends when it is this warm. But hopefully they know what to do to cool off.

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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by peacockplume » Sun Oct 11, 2015 4:14 am

:bike:
yep, we're on the road again,,,,and the prompts do pop in,,,like old friends, saying how are ya, and don't forget we're here. It's usually the most impromptu time though,,,is that a proper word,,,impromptu,,,just looks weird to me, prob spelled it wrong again....so I try to remember the prompts when I head for bed.
You'd loveit here Sandy, we're in the cool, slightly rainy (October) Columbian Gorge,,,,went out the 197 to find a small campground,,nice and quiet..lovely.
say hello to George for me,,,luvs,,pp :bike:
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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by Sandy » Sun Oct 11, 2015 11:37 pm

Hi PP,
Hope you're taking plenty of photos! Columbian Gorge sounds like a very special place and with the rain... a place I would love and thrive in. I am glad you popped in as I was just wondering last night if you guys were on the road yet. Stay safe over there and know you have the love and prayers of G and I where ever you roam...well, more importantly I suppose LOL the guidance of the Source. ( :oops: :) )
I believe impromptu is a word... a perfectly good one to add to ones vocabulary. Lets see, maybe if I can use it 5 times today it will join my own less then stellar "conversational repertoire" I'll start with, "I'm serving G an "impromptu" breakfast of God only knows what." ( I am not much of a breakfast person even though we all know, "it's the most important meal of the day." :)
Well I'm off to a good start this morning and I hope as your day winds down that you and your hubby are blessed. Take care now... and please come back as often as you can.
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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by Geoff » Mon Oct 12, 2015 6:48 am

Hi Hungryfish,
hungryfish wrote:Not to be a killjoy, but 1111 is a common error message especially from AOL
Well I was not an AOL customer, they don't operate in Australia, and I had not sent anything out on my phone which would have created an error code. On the other hand, in my opinion the midwayers did something, and that may have triggered a code such as you indicate, but the point is I had done nothing to cause that, and I never have had that experience again.

Also if you look at what i got, it was not an error code, but a recipient +1111 which was rejected. It would seem that my phone had tried to send a multi-media message to +1111. I personally have never sent such a multi-media message, and even now would not know how to do that. I don't send text with pics. Now there is a 1 in about 20 billion chance that I randomly did that as a "pocket call" seeing as its never happened since.

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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by peacockplume » Mon Oct 12, 2015 6:53 am

Hey sweetness :hithere
well, I hate to ramble on in this thread, so what say we popover tothesecret thread, where rambling is fun.
see ya :hithere pp
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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by Sandy » Mon Oct 12, 2015 7:08 am

Good idea! I'll be there. :hithere
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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by Sandy » Mon Oct 12, 2015 7:18 am

Hi Geoff,
It was fun to be, in a weird way, a part of that prompt as you were to leave to pick us up at the train station. :mrgreen: That was the visit where we three participated in a psychic fair wasn't it? (Lots of firsts that trip... I thoroughly enjoyed seeing the new Australian sites from the train's window.
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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by Geoff » Mon Oct 12, 2015 7:22 am

Dear Sandy,

Yeah that was it.

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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by peacockplume » Mon Oct 12, 2015 7:38 am

:loves WOW!! I even remember you guys talking about that!

oh right,,,I AM going to bed....honest!!!

pp :lol: :lol:
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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by Sandy » Mon Oct 12, 2015 7:46 am

Sure you are... Looks to me like you are still on. :mrgreen:
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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by peacockplume » Mon Oct 12, 2015 7:52 am

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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by RunningScroll » Thu Feb 25, 2016 11:19 am

Hi Guys

I got an interesting prompt last week.

I was in bed after my alarm had gone off, and I was tempted to get a bit more sleep, and just as I was about to go back to sleep my phone (which I use as an alarm) flashed an unusual image, about 1cmx2cm that I haven't seen before or since, saying Times Up. So naturally I got up.

Cheers,
Dylan

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Re: Amazing prompt on my cell phone

Post by Sandy » Fri Feb 26, 2016 12:23 pm

That's excellent Dylan! !!! I can only imagine your surprise. :lol:
Some people get up very early in the morning and spend some time in meditation, saying it is extremely beneficial. I've tried but must admit I am not my best in the wee hours of the morning. (I need to work on my attitude. ;) )You can bet that there was a good reason for waking you, though, even if you don't see it yet. "They" don't generally wake us and deprive us of sleep on a whim.
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