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  • Writer's pictureBernard Beitman, MD

Sine Waves and the Synchronized Universe

Carl Johann Calleman explains why sine waves are fundamental to understanding coincidences.

A sine wave is a geometric waveform that oscillates (moves up, down, or side-to-side) periodically.

This week on the Connecting with Coincidence podcast, I’m excited to welcome Carl Johann Calleman. The grandson of the reindeer herders of northern Scandinavia, Carl resonates with Mayan calendars. The sine wave of the creative serpent correlates with Mayan predictions in illuminating simultaneous independent inventions like the digitalization of our cultures. Carl gives us numerous examples of how the universe is alive and speaks to us through nature.

As an introduction to our podcast, here’s a nature coincidence story of my own:

There are three trees in a forest near where I live. I feel a close connection to them and call them the “threes.” I was lining up with them as I usually do, becoming the fourth point of the three, making a rhombus. In this position, I dance and communicate with the trees. As we were increasing the intensity of our connection, it was raining. For some reason, I raised both my arms, and at that moment, the rain intensity increased. Why did it come down heavily at that time, I wondered? After a while, I asked the trees what can be done about my son’s mysterious intestinal ailments. He’s been to a lot of doctors who don’t know what to do about it. At that moment, there was a loud burst of thunder, when there hadn’t been any thunder before. What could that mean? Shortly after, I looked down at a sawed-off log, and a worm was hovering over the face of it, frantically seeking some stability, some way forward. I’ve not seen worms in that area on my previous visits. These three things happened together in a short period of time: two weather coincidences followed by the questing worm. What personal meaning could I find in this series of low-probability events? I asked a friend who’s a board member of The Coincidence Project. She suggested perhaps the intestinal problem was parasites. So, my son’s now getting tested for parasites, and we’ll see if those unusual coincidences might turn out to mean something significant.

My guest this week, Carl Johan Calleman, was born in Stockholm, Sweden. He holds a PhD from the University of Stockholm in Physical Biology from 1984 and has been a Senior Researcher at the Department of Environmental Health at the University of Washington in Seattle. He has served as an expert on cancer for the World Health Organization, and articles he has authored or co-authored have been quoted more than 1,500 times in the scientific literature.

Carl is recognized as the main proponent of the idea that the Mayan calendar reflects the evolution of consciousness and has developed a complete theory around this. He is the author of The Living Universe: The New Theory of Origins: Explaining Consciousness, the Big Bang, Fine Tuning, “Dark Matter”, the Evolution of Life and Human History. Learn more about Carl at

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