I found this on google and then had to sign up just to tell you about my experience. Where to begin?
Back in 2003 I began dating an extremely amazing man. Magical in a sense, he seemed to posses other worldly qualities about himself. He was just completely unlike anyone I have ever met. One October night in 2004 while staying at his house I woke right up. The clock was right in my face and it was 3:33. I thought nothing of it and slowly went to sleep. The next night at home in my own bed I again woke right up and stared straight ahead at my clock, 3:33. The next day I thought that it was odd and told him about it and we shrugged it off. Over the next two months it became alarming. I would wake up constantly at 3:33. And like you, it would be everywhere. The bus infront of me, the total of my latte, etc. I have always had amazing intuition and something told me there was something big going on. It drove me crazy. I didn't know what to do as I was certain anyone I talked to would think I was nuts. Then it happened. Three months after it all started he was killed in an avalanche. I had heard about the avalanche mid day and the helicopters flew over my house. My heart immediatley sunk(he was an avid skier and it was his day off, I knew he would be out there and in the back country). I started sending him text messages hoping it wasn't him. After no reply I sped up to the mountain and sure enough there was his truck surrounded by news crews. It was unreal. After a few days went by I looked at the text messages I had sent and the last one went through at 3:33! As if that wasn't enough I took over his job a couple months later and my paychecks were $843.33 (salary). True story! I still have flare ups of the 3:33, but not in the same alerting way. I still don't know what it was all about and it will always be a very interesting subject for me. I also found it amazing that his birth number was 33/6 and mine 36/9, more 3's. Anyhow, I have been wanting to share this for sometime and it felt good to read about others experiencing similiar happenings.