What does it mean when you bleed from your nose, eyes, and ears at the same time?

Means ER or Urgent. Be seen as soon as possible. It may not be too difficult to correct, but not finding and fixing the problem can be risky. After the provider starts treatment, you can ask what it was and for ways to avoid it's recurring. Now, just get it taken care of.
ODD. Short of having a severe blood disorder or being severely "thinned blood" like from an overdose of medications used for blood thinning, or some rare viruses like the ebola virus, this would be very odd to occur all at once.
Time 2 Go 2 the ER. It's not a good sign when you're bleeding from just one area of the body, and if you're bleeding from three areas, this has to be investigated further. There may be a platelet issue or blood clotting issue or medications, or other reasons that may be causing this that need to be addressed emergently, before more blood is lost. The only way to have this addressed and reviewed physically.