The 23 Enigma refers to the belief that most events and incidents are directly connected to the number 23. Robert Wilson cites William Burroughs as being the first person to believe in the 23 enigma. Burroughs had known a captain by the name of Clark, around 1960 in Tangier, he once bragged that he’d sailed for 23 years without an accident. That same day, Clark’s ship had gotten into an accident that killed him and everyone else on board. While Burroughs was thinking about this harsh example of the Gods. That same evening, a radio announced the crash of an airliner in Florida. The pilot was another captain Clark and the flight was 23.
Some examples of the 23 enigma include but are not limited to. In each human there are normally 23 pairs of chromosomes. 22 of these pairs look the same in both men and women. The 23rd pair is the sex chromosome and that is different for men and women. Women have two X chromosomes while men have one X and one Y chromosome. 2. Julius Caesar was stabbed to death 23 times by enemies in the Roman Senate. 3. Psalm 23 is the most famous and quoted of the Psalm. 4. One of the many conspiracy theories about the terrorist attacks known as 9/11 is that the numbers involved in the date add up to be 23.