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John Michell Mysteries

~ MYSTERY ARCHIVES ~
~ BOOKS BY JOHN MICHELL ~


Welcome to John Michell, a best-selling author and world authority on the mysteries of existence. John writes regular weekly articles for my page in the Daily Mirror newspaper. Now those articles can be read on this site. It is a thrill to have John writing for us about unexplained phenomena. I have been an admirer of his work since I was a teenager. I hope you enjoy his thought-provoking work. Jonathan Cainer


Archive for Thursday 6th November 2003 - A marriage in the heavens

This coming weekend, extraordinary things are happening in the skies around us. One of them is an eclipse of the moon. That is not a rare thing in itself. What is remarkable is that it coincides with an event that we have never seen before and will not recur within our lifetimes.

It is known as the Harmonic Concordance. Six planets will appear equally spaced in a ring, forming a hexagram or six-pointed star. Jonathan has much to say about this from the astrologer's point of view. He has asked me to comment on its numerical significance.

The hexagram is a symbol of marriage, the mutual attraction between two opposites and their perfect union, It is made up of two triangles, one pointing upwards and the other down. This figure has a special meaning in the story of Creation. It signifies the order that governs the universe. Examples of the hexagon in nature include the structure of snowflakes and the cells of a honeycomb.

Six is called the marriage number for another reason. It unites the first even number, 2; with the first truly odd, 3, for 2 x 3 =. 6 (One is the unit behind all number and is is regarded as neither odd nor even). In sexual symbolism odd numbers are male and even numbers female.

Six is also a perfect number, meaning that it is the sum of its factors, the numbers that divide into it. Its factors are 1, 2 and 3, and these add up to 6. The second perfect number is 28. which is the sum of 1,2,4, 7 and 14. There are 28 days in the lunar and female cycle.

The simultaneous occurrence of a heavenly hexagon and a lunar eclipse brings together the perfect numbers 6 and 28. You could hardly imagine a more happy coincidence than that.

Two triangle, the light above and the dark below, touch and then embrace each other, creating a six-pointed star that represents the perfect union of opposites.

My friend Rupert Sheldrake has offered to take over this Thursday space for a few weeks while I take a rest. He is a brilliant scientist and a very rare one, because he understands the reality of spirit in the universe. He will be asking you to take part in his experiments to prove that reality. I think this is the most interesting science of our time.

John Michell


John Michell would love to hear about your experience of any unusual or unexplained phenomena.
If you have a favourite mystery subject - from spontaneous human combustion to ancient Celtic ritual sites, write to John, suggesting a theme. And if you have any answers or theories about the mysteries John will be highlighting, he would particularly like to hear from you.

Email mystery@cainer.com with subject heading: John Michell
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John Michell is a prolific author. Below are just two of John's books which might interest you:

The Rough Guide to Unexplained Phenomena
John Michell and Bob Rickard - A fascinating collection. Look up anything from urban legends to recorded unexplained phenomena - to the existance of ghosts. All presented in an organised, easy to follow manner, in related categories. A complete index and accompanying pictures with each entry. Excellent reference - excellent read.
Who Wrote Shakespeare?
Was the most famous poet and writer of all time a fraud and a plagiarist? Was Shakespeare the "upstart crow" described by Greene as strutting in borrowed feathers, or Jonson's "Poet-Ape" who patched plays together from others' work? John Michell's witty investigation of the theories and claims reads like a series of detective stories. By the end of the book even the most faithful disciples of the Bard will find themselves asking, "Who Wrote Shakespeare?"

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