The Mandela Effect: How consciousness effects reality

A Mystic Experiences the Sacred:

“Sometimes the mystic has no agenda other than to experience the sacred and higher consciousness.  Thus the mystic continually experiences the sacred and touches the face of God on a daily basis.

Secrets of the divine spark (the seed of the Soul within the Heart) unfold and may be experienced in a numbers of different ways, i.e., as awareness of higher consciousnesses or experiences,i.e., health, love, beauty, abundance, magnificent reality and time travel.  The mystic experiences life on a deep level where things are not as they seem on the surface. “

The Mandela Effect: How consciousness effects reality

The Mandela Effect and how consciousness changes the physical world in a kind of “reality shift.”

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The Mandela Effect is a theory of parallel universes, timelines, based on the following: 1. using cognition, energy, memories and events; 2. filling a battery; and 3. directing it through a time portal where a nexus will appear.  A mystic’s higher consciousness can change the world because they see better possibilities and through intention can bring those positive energies into manifestation.

The fabric of reality will shifted at some point, a nexus will appear, and a back & forth (e)motion until the positive experience occurs, i.e., an intent to inhabitable a positive existence, a magnificent reality.

Origin of Mandela Effect

The Mandela Effect was first described online in 2010, by a blogger named Fiona Broome. Broome described an experience at a convention called Dragon Con, where she discovered that others had a false memory similar to hers, which was that Nelson Mandela had died during his imprisonment in the 1980s.[1]

See, I thought Nelson Mandela died in prison. I thought I remembered it clearly, complete with news clips of his funeral, the mourning in South Africa, some rioting in cities, and the heartfelt speech by his widow.

Then, I found out he was still alive.

Fiona recounted discovering many widely held alternative memories, including those of Star Trek episodes that had never actually existed, and the death of the Reverend Billy Graham.

In 2012, another blogger named Reece, who wrote on the Blogger site Woodbetweenworlds, expressed a similar idea, but this time about the spelling of a popular children’s book series, The Berenstain Bears. [2]

And then I saw the book covers. The ones in the squiggly bubble letters from the childhood. The ones I saw a hundred times a month from the formative ages of 5 to 9. The ones that every 20-something in the world will tell you read “Berenstein Bears”.

Except they don’t read “Berenstein”. They read “Berenstain”.

Reece is a physicist, and he went on to describe a theory of the universe that would account for the Mandela Effect, based on a 4-dimensional universe.

I propose that the universe is a 4-dimensional complex manifold. If you don’t se habla math jargon, that means I propose the 3 space dimensions and the 1 time dimensions are actually in themselves complex, meaning they take values of the form a+ib, part “real” and part “imaginary”. Within this 4D manifold, there are sixteen hexadectants (like quadrants, but 16 of them), corresponding to whether we consider only the real or imaginary part of each of the four dimensions. In our particular hexadectant, the three space dimensions are real, and the time dimension is imaginary.

False group memories

The Mandela Effect has received a significant amount of media attention. Some of the most popular false group memories include:

• Nelson Mandela getting out of prison in the 1980s
• The spelling of the children’s book series “Berenstain Bears” as “Berenstein Bears.”
• The countries of Sri Lanka and New Zealand being located in different places on the planet.
• The number of American states being 51 or 52.

Communities existing! Land existing!

Other things existing. Some people have photos as proof of past or future. Either they claim that the proof either vindicates their memory as the “correct” version, or that it proves the above theory of the universe.

Peace symbol didn’t have a bar in the middle and was upright!


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  1. louise rosen

    Also somewhat related to the Mandela Effect are simultaneous scientific discoveries made by scientists in different parts of the word within a close time frame and without any communication… I don’t have any specific instances available right off the top of my head, but I have read of them…

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