Did you ever pay attention to the friends you attracting into your life? If reality is a programmed hologram - and everything we do is based on our DNA codes - it would stand to reason that the friends we attract are here for the same learning lessons and experiences. For as long as we are programmed for the experience, these friends will stay in our lives. They may drift away and we attribute that to the changes in our lives as DNA codes update. Sometimes, for some inexplicable reason, they are suddenly gone and we are left to wonder why. It all goes to one's genetically encoded programming. The same can be said of romantic relationships and others that emotionally touch our lives.
As for me, when it comes to female friends, they seem to follow a pattern similar to my own. I am generally attracted to - not in the romantic sense - women who are strong though not aggressive, independent, articulate, academic, creative, beautiful, have long dark curly hair, average built, don't involve with substance abuse or have major issues, and are rarely bored or boring. If I go back to my high school and college relationships, all of these friends have made a difference in the world ... and we still remain friends.
Most friends made through metaphysics have come and gone. They are stuck in spaces that make no sense to me as they are programmed to heal their issues and those of others others. Many are simply fractured souls. Needy people are more annoying than I can describe and I have no time for them. Sorry if that sounds shallow but that's my genetics.
The 11th House in Astrology is the House of Friendships. Could 11 represent twin spiraling DNA codes?
My closest friendships also seem to stay within the genetic landscape of Americans, perhaps because of our proximity or our DNA codes are similar which is why we are all are here. As to my male friends ... I could say the same codes apply - strong, know who they are, definitely intuitive, are "humorous", and more. In this lifetime I have had as many male friends as female ... sometimes more.
Do friends have similar genomes?BBC - July 15, 2014