Coincidences can be defined by two or more events that with no explanation coincide. It has to even be difficult to understand how did those events happened in that specific way with no logic explanation.
We collect some of the most curious coincidences that have occurred throughout history, making us believe that destiny actually exists. Take a look at these amazing cases that will surely leave you a lot to think about.
Many things can happen in 365 days
Arvind Kejriwal is the name of this politician from India, and was reinstated to his charge exactly one year after his quitclaim. The possibility that this happened 365 days later is very unlikely, but it actually did.
As fleeting as a kite
Mark Twain was born shortly after Comet Halley appeared in 1835. The coincidence was quite exact since several times he commented that he had arrived with it and would leave with it as well. On April 20, 1910, one day after the comet appeared again, he passed away.
In 1906 a ship called "Grosser Kurfurst", which traveled from Germany to New York, was the place where several babies were born. The curious thing was the quantity and its order. In the first one a child was born, in the second a pair of twins, and in the third one a triplet.
Everything is written
In 1898 Morgan Robertson wrote a novel entitled "Vanity", which told the sinking of a transatlantic Titan. Fourteen years later the Titanic sank.