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In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding

 
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In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
I guess the bride's step Mom in the movie was playing a big role in the running of the wedding and at the end of the celebrations she hears in private from the party planner that the number of beans in the bottle guessing game was 678.

She stumbles on her words, and says incredible and the party planner agrees. She then tells them to forget about the results and to forget about it and throw out the prize.

Clearly being such a heavily symbolic movie, this was nothing different than the rest of the weird stuff.

Anyone have an explanation for 678?
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
Well later on, Kristen Dunst's character guessed it, to show that she knows things. Like the planet slamming into earth.

Though the number isn't anything special...123456789

Would like to know, too.
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
Well later on, Kristen Dunst's character guessed it, to show that she knows things. Like the planet slamming into earth.

Though the number isn't anything special...123456789

Would like to know, too.
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Hmm alright I should keep watching. I wouldn't be so sure it doesn't have a meaning though..
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
Considering the strange things going on with our weather and the storm that wasnt that I experienced tonight, this movie was just a little unnerving. Maybe since it is in sequence, it just means connect the dots.
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Considering the strange things going on with our weather and the storm that wasnt that I experienced tonight, this movie was just a little unnerving. Maybe since it is in sequence, it just means connect the dots.
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Were you in that lightning storm without thunder, AC?

Can you describe what happened?

Maybe you are right about connecting the dots although it has
Love, Spiritual, and Destruction/Infinity in order.

Has to be something to it at such a clearly Elite gathering. Numbers is just language to them. Those people will not call you crazy for having an interest in numbers.
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bump
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
I guess the bride's step Mom in the movie was playing a big role in the running of the wedding and at the end of the celebrations she hears in private from the party planner that the number of beans in the bottle guessing game was 678.

She stumbles on her words, and says incredible and the party planner agrees. She then tells them to forget about the results and to forget about it and throw out the prize.

Clearly being such a heavily symbolic movie, this was nothing different than the rest of the weird stuff.

Anyone have an explanation for 678?
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???

y Bridge?

porque no allawded a cross?
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678

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The 678 area code belongs to the state of Georgia (GA)


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1984 was NOT meant as an Instruction Manual
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The 678 area code belongs to the state of Georgia (GA)


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hmm, home of Roswell, GA, but not the guidestones...
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
Considering the strange things going on with our weather and the storm that wasnt that I experienced tonight, this movie was just a little unnerving. Maybe since it is in sequence, it just means connect the dots.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1397085


Were you in that lightning storm without thunder, AC?

Can you describe what happened?

Maybe you are right about connecting the dots although it has
Love, Spiritual, and Destruction/Infinity in order.

Has to be something to it at such a clearly Elite gathering. Numbers is just language to them. Those people will not call you crazy for having an interest in numbers.
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that has happened twice here in te southeast
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FGH?
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FGH?
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Or June 1978?
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
Well later on, Kristen Dunst's character guessed it, to show that she knows things. Like the planet slamming into earth.

Though the number isn't anything special...123456789

Would like to know, too.
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this
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
Well later on, Kristen Dunst's character guessed it, to show that she knows things. Like the planet slamming into earth.

Though the number isn't anything special...123456789

Would like to know, too.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1566763


Hmm alright I should keep watching. I wouldn't be so sure it doesn't have a meaning though..
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you might want to finish watching you illegal copy of the movie before you make stupid posts lol
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
Error 678 is an error that is reported when a remote system does not respond correctly when an attempt is made to connect to the Internet. The Error 678 message appears as “The remote computer did not respond.”
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
Bump for strange 678 number.

Thanks for responses. Looking for something going more occult.
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
678 = 2 * 3 *113 = 1st prime * 2nd * 30th

-> Sum of ranks = 33
-> Sum of (factors + ranks) = 151 = 36th prime

36th triangular number = 666
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who do we appreciate?
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
678 = 2 * 3 *113 = 1st prime * 2nd * 30th

-> Sum of ranks = 33
-> Sum of (factors + ranks) = 151 = 36th prime

36th triangular number = 666
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
678 = 2 * 3 *113 = 1st prime * 2nd * 30th

-> Sum of ranks = 33
-> Sum of (factors + ranks) = 151 = 36th prime

36th triangular number = 666
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That's the kind of stuff I was looking for. Can you explain that with more description if possible?

I follow numbers but did not quite get that.
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
678 = 2 * 3 *113 = 1st prime * 2nd * 30th

-> Sum of ranks = 33
-> Sum of (factors + ranks) = 151 = 36th prime

36th triangular number = 666
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 587115


That's the kind of stuff I was looking for. Can you explain that with more description if possible?

I follow numbers but did not quite get that.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1558867


Each number can be decomposed in a unique way in its prime factors
-> 678 = 2 * 3 *113
So I say Sum of Factors(678)=2+3+113=118

Each factor have a rank in the prime list (google "prime numbers list')
2=1st prime number
3=2nd prime number
113=30rd prime number
So I say Sum of Factors Ranks(678)=1+2+30=33

I just summed SF & SFR = 119+33=151
It happens 151 is a prime number, the 36rd

What's fun with 36 is :
1+2+3+...+34+35+36=666 (which is the triangular sum of 36)
google 'triangular number'
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correction :
I just summed SF & SFR = 118+33=151
sorry
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
I guess the bride's step Mom in the movie was playing a big role in the running of the wedding and at the end of the celebrations she hears in private from the party planner that the number of beans in the bottle guessing game was 678.

She stumbles on her words, and says incredible and the party planner agrees. She then tells them to forget about the results and to forget about it and throw out the prize.

Clearly being such a heavily symbolic movie, this was nothing different than the rest of the weird stuff.

Anyone have an explanation for 678?
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6+7+8=21

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most boring movie ever
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I didn't know that Amazon was selling illegal stuff.

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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
You have to be a little bit (or maybe more) intuitive to understand the meaning of this film. Some might call it symbolism or metaphor but I believe that Justine is manifesting the state of her own existence. The planet melancholia is merely the sum of what she has chosen to manifest by believing and creating an emotional downward spiral. Her thoughts have driven her feelings and her feelings have manifested her reality. Once in the middle of this storm the cycle of though, emotion, and belief begin to self perpetuate which is what grows the intensity of the film right up to the end.

It's like one big lucid dream and everything within the dream is some part of Justine herself. The depression drives anxiety (Claire) but part of her wants to believe that her existence has some "real" scientific meaning (John). There is an innocence that she longs for (Leo) but she has gone too far down the proverbial path to find her way back. There is a feeling that she knows all because she does - she's creating it herself. All of these characters and the environment can be liberated to arrive at one state of melancholic existence and that is how you leave the film.

The filmmaker told you what he was going to give you in the title and then he delivered. And now most of the viewers that have reached this state are frustrated and angry at its development, hence, the "evil" that exists in the world and why there is no other choice but to end such a state of manifested existence. Though much of the feelings are projected onto the movie and the filmmaker rather than the viewer owning what is truly inside. The movie magic is equally as much about the fictitious dreamer as it is driving the emotions of the voyeur who is watching.

Be careful what you wish for.... You just might get it.
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
You have to be a little bit (or maybe more) intuitive to understand the meaning of this film. Some might call it symbolism or metaphor but I believe that Justine is manifesting the state of her own existence. The planet melancholia is merely the sum of what she has chosen to manifest by believing and creating an emotional downward spiral. Her thoughts have driven her feelings and her feelings have manifested her reality. Once in the middle of this storm the cycle of though, emotion, and belief begin to self perpetuate which is what grows the intensity of the film right up to the end.

It's like one big lucid dream and everything within the dream is some part of Justine herself. The depression drives anxiety (Claire) but part of her wants to believe that her existence has some "real" scientific meaning (John). There is an innocence that she longs for (Leo) but she has gone too far down the proverbial path to find her way back. There is a feeling that she knows all because she does - she's creating it herself. All of these characters and the environment can be liberated to arrive at one state of melancholic existence and that is how you leave the film.

The filmmaker told you what he was going to give you in the title and then he delivered. And now most of the viewers that have reached this state are frustrated and angry at its development, hence, the "evil" that exists in the world and why there is no other choice but to end such a state of manifested existence. Though much of the feelings are projected onto the movie and the filmmaker rather than the viewer owning what is truly inside. The movie magic is equally as much about the fictitious dreamer as it is driving the emotions of the voyeur who is watching.

Be careful what you wish for.... You just might get it.
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Wow. You summed up that film really well. Great job.
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most boring movie ever
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
You have to be a little bit (or maybe more) intuitive to understand the meaning of this film. Some might call it symbolism or metaphor but I believe that Justine is manifesting the state of her own existence. The planet melancholia is merely the sum of what she has chosen to manifest by believing and creating an emotional downward spiral. Her thoughts have driven her feelings and her feelings have manifested her reality. Once in the middle of this storm the cycle of though, emotion, and belief begin to self perpetuate which is what grows the intensity of the film right up to the end.

It's like one big lucid dream and everything within the dream is some part of Justine herself. The depression drives anxiety (Claire) but part of her wants to believe that her existence has some "real" scientific meaning (John). There is an innocence that she longs for (Leo) but she has gone too far down the proverbial path to find her way back. There is a feeling that she knows all because she does - she's creating it herself. All of these characters and the environment can be liberated to arrive at one state of melancholic existence and that is how you leave the film.

The filmmaker told you what he was going to give you in the title and then he delivered. And now most of the viewers that have reached this state are frustrated and angry at its development, hence, the "evil" that exists in the world and why there is no other choice but to end such a state of manifested existence. Though much of the feelings are projected onto the movie and the filmmaker rather than the viewer owning what is truly inside. The movie magic is equally as much about the fictitious dreamer as it is driving the emotions of the voyeur who is watching.

Be careful what you wish for.... You just might get it.
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Wow. You summed up that film really well. Great job.
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Agree - excellent summary. I watched it and didn't get that. Although I liked it, it was very odd - like Justine! I was also confused by the bean thing, but yeah - Justine knew that's why we were even told about it. I can't believe I didn't get that it was all in Justine's head!! Duh.

By the way - it's on Netflix now if you have it. It wasn't before.
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Re: In Melancholia, 678 has a clearly disturbing meaning to the person that hears it at a disastrous wedding
I guess the bride's step Mom in the movie was playing a big role in the running of the wedding and at the end of the celebrations she hears in private from the party planner that the number of beans in the bottle guessing game was 678.

She stumbles on her words, and says incredible and the party planner agrees. She then tells them to forget about the results and to forget about it and throw out the prize.

Clearly being such a heavily symbolic movie, this was nothing different than the rest of the weird stuff.

Anyone have an explanation for 678?
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I thought that was her sister?

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