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Saturday, June 17, 2017

Mandela Effect Refutation

See "Comments" link below for Longfellow's take on this
extraordinary phenomenon.


Charles Longfellow said...

This will be a building commentary, documenting my ideas about a phenomenon called the "Mandela Effect". It is assumed the reader has read elsewhere on the net about this case of either false memory, timeline shifitng, or just another conspiracy theory. My thesis is this: The Mandela Effect may be a controlled psyop, (psychological operation). As this possibililty has not been explored elsewhere, it may be useful in the collection of understandings generated. If we hold the possibility that the M.E. may be a shift in timeline of our planet or universe, it seems no more imaginative to ask if it might instead be a psyop. Especially, the evidence of movie clips being not as remembered, may in fact be newly edited versions of source material for those movies. As extraordinary as it sounds, the efforts and costs to implement a deliberate mind control phenomenon, or psychic false flag, are unlimited. It is physically possible to access and alter movie clips and their original masters. This evidence alone should be telling of what is really going on here. There are also in existence, older, unaltered DVD versions of the movies referred to as evidence of the M.E. See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5NVS6z8S_U
What do these DVD versions confirm? Leave your comments.

Charles Longfellow said...


Charles Longfellow said...


Charles Longfellow said...

Fake news. Fake history. Fake science.
Quote: Non-linear war... a constant state of destabilized perception, in order to manage and control." See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UstNBrmJFc

Lem said...

Maybe at an individual level…..

"An entity outside linear time can change the past either by overriding a choice already made, or by inserting a new sequence of events where freewill was absent and thus not violable. The string network may be altered by repositioning a tack or creating a deviation in some loose section of string. Obviously the latter is easier.

Except for feelings of deja vu, we would not naturally notice a timeline edit since our memories would change as well. We can trace the string back and find it winds a continuous path, meaning all consequences of the timeline change are consistently accounted for by preceding causes when examined. As a result, we normally remember only the most recent edit as being the past that always was."


Charles Longfellow said...

Excellent material from Jordan Sather on this subject. Highly recommended.

see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bd0NHLMVTAQ

see also: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVIEhqdvMCo

Charles Longfellow said...

John Rappoport makes the case of space time being affected by misinformation:
see: https://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2017/06/22/manipulating-information-is-manipulating-space-and-time/

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