via highly improbable "coincidences."
You may see this odd timing as
confirmation that it's the right path, even though it isn't.
One red flag is if the person shows no
independent thinking and is just mirroring you in a shallow way and
carries a glib salesman-like too-smooth-yet-hasty 'got to make the
Say you are researching a questionable topic and the computer freezes or shuts down. Some people take that to mean they are on the right path and are being interfered with by "the dark side", when in truth they are being reinforced in their error.
The goal is to get you to ignore your
intuition and reason in favor of this "sign."
How to tell apart artificial from real synchronicities? Well, the artificial ones seem contrived, very forceful and rushed, and just a bit too weird.
They try to press you into making a
particular decision or sparkle up something that you know deep down
is false, whereas real synchronicities merely reflect confirmation
of decisions you have already made or else forecast an upcoming leap
Likewise, consider that negative hyperdimensional forces have advanced technology bordering on time travel, can influence people around you into saying or doing pre-scripted things, have at their disposal cybergenetic humanoids posing as regular people who are completely remote-controllable, and can zap electronic equipment or cause paranormal effects.
So basically you have to differentiate
between "real magic" and "stage illusions" when it comes to