Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29296706
It's statiscally IMPOSSIBLE to be "just a coincidence". Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13146489
Composite names (made of two separate names) have less than ONE PERCENT of probability of having the same in Simple Gematria, if they are randomly chosen.
The name "Allan East", for example, has a total value of 85
The name "Arnold Schwarzenegger" has a total value of 223
Now, taking 85 and 223 as "extremes", how many possible values are there in this "range?"
223 - 85 = 138
So, at least 138 possible values....
If there were 100 possible values, the probability of two randomly chosen names to have the same value would be of ONE PERCENT.
Since there are MORE than 100 possible values, the probability of two randomly chosen names to have the same value is LESS than one percent.
Keep in mind that's just the probability of 'Sandy Hook' and 'Ryan Lanza' having the same value "by chance".
Now, add to that the probability of "Mayan calendar" having the same value too, just "by chance"...
Using simple statistics, it's obvious that the probabilities are smaller than ONE IN TEN THOUSAND
Get it now?