10:10 Cluster

I recently drove to Orlando to spend some time with Megan and within the space of about 12 hours, experienced a number cluster of 10:10.

The first one happened at my usual stop on the turnpike when I make this drive. At the Fort Pierce exit there’s a truck stop with inexpensive gas, clean restrooms, and a selection of fresh sandwiches, Greek yogurt, and containers of fresh fruit. So I bought a bottled water and some stuff to eat on the way. The bill came to $10.10. Unfortunately, I didn’t keep the receipt. I didn’t know at the time that it might be the beginning of a cluster. But I did remark to the cashier that maybe I should play those numbers in the lottery and she laughed and agreed.

So I got back into my car and glanced at my navigator screen before I backed out to make sure no one was behind me. I noticed the time on the screen: 10:10. This was the day after the time change and it should have read 11:10. I hadn’t adjusted the clock for daylight saving. I laughed and thought, Okay, there’s going to be a third. I made a mental note to change the time when I got to Megan’s – then forgot to do so.

That evening, Megan and I went to see a movie with a couple of friends. It was supposed to be a horror film, but amounted to little more than a slasher movie and the only thing that was scary about it was how bad it was. Afterward, we rode the elevator up to the parking garage where we’d left the car and as I slipped behind the wheel, the clock on the navigator read 10:10.

So, a cluster of 3. I’ve never experienced a cluster with these particular numbers before. I poked around on the internet for possible hints. One of the most interesting is that 10:10 is the name of a charity in London that, according to Wikipedia, enables people “to take practical action on climate change, and combines these local actions to inspire a more ambitious approach to the issue at every level of society.”

From a numerology site:  The number 10 is the only Karmic number that indicates a release of karma. A new door opening. A clean slate.  A rebirth.

Another website  relates the number to angels, that I’m awakening to my spiritual self, that it means everything is working out for my highest good, that I’m ready to take action. The last two parts of that feel like the right track. But, bottom line, I haven’t found the meaning that fully resounds yet. I suspect I’ll know more when an event, situation or insight occurs that illuminates the cluster.

A postscript. Less than a week later, I bought some stuff at our local Barnes & Noble:

 I don’t know if this is the beginning of a cluster, but figured I should keep and document the receipt just in case. In between, my Canadian blogging friend Judi Hertling sent me some remarkable number synchros she has recorded over the past 2-3 years. That’s  a post for another day and it’s mind-blowing.

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17 Responses to 10:10 Cluster

  1. Darren B says:

    Actually Trish I think the 17:17 is more important for you than the 10:10.
    The 10:10 synchs were probably priming you to look for these double number patterns, but I noticed that on your Barnes & Noble docket that your subtotal was $16.18 and that after the 99c sales tax was applied the total came to $17.17.
    17 being the number between 16 and 18 in counting sequence.
    Keep an eye out for 17:17 number sequences turning up in your life now, like noticing 17:17 in army time on clocks, or 5:17 pm, etc, and see if 10:10 is still coming up more often.
    Then again maybe it is just plain old 17 that you should be keeping an eye out for in your daily life as a signpost?

    • Rob and Trish says:

      I did have another 17:17 – Rob bought a Frisbee and I saw the receipt – 17.17. CJ called to tell me her take on these numbers. She’s going to post something as soon as her internet/computer is working again. She noticed, as you did, the 11/11/2018 date on the barnes and noble renewal card.

      • Darren B says:

        Actually, I just came over here wondering if there was a reply to my 17 number theory and noticed the time on my computer screen was 10:10 am.
        I captured a screen shot of my computer screen and then tried to get a better shot, but by then the computer clock had ticked over to 10:11.
        Doh!
        But I still have the original screen shot of the 10:10.

        • Rob and Trish says:

          Appropriate! Now you’ll probably see a 17:17!

        • Rob and Trish says:

          OH WAIT, THIS IS TOO FUNNY! As I was replying to you, I happened to glance at my first reply to you and guess when it was sent?! 7:17!!

          I copied it: 2018/03/20 at 7:17 pm

  2. Priscilla says:

    Fascinating ..I love number clusters almost as much as I love horror movies.

  3. Stephanie O says:

    Fun! I love this stuff. I’ve recently been seeing patterns such as 7:57, 3:43, etc. They begin and end with the same number, but the numbers are never the same. My favorite experience with numbers was July 27, 2010. I saw numbers made of clouds (actual, real clouds) with the numbers 77446 (there may have been a 1 at the end, but it was fading). These numbers were underlined. I don’t have a reason to believe they were man-made, as I lived out in the country with a population of 700 people with no celebrations, airplanes, etc. I just ran across this in my journal the other day and still wish I’d have taken a picture!

  4. You know me – always thinking I Ching. #10 is Treading – all about conduct and how to behave. Treading on the tail of he tiger successfully. Who knows?!

    • Rob and Trish says:

      The I Ching is usually my first choice…not sure why I didn’t go there this time. Not crazy about hex 10, but hex 17 is much better! Thanks for the reminder, Adele!

  5. Darren B says:

    10:10 in Roman numerals would be X:X, so let’s hope you aren’t going to be doubled-crossed in the near future.
    I don’t know too much about 10:10, but after years of not seeing 11:11, I just noticed that your Barnes & Noble membership expires on 11/11 this year, which in Australia the 11th of November is called Remembrance Day, which is the day I got engaged to be married many moons ago.
    Something I sure won’t forget…or do again, as that turned out a X:X in the long run for me 😉