Your Memory Matrix & the Mandela Effect


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This video I’m sharing today endeavors to offer an explanation of the phenomenon dubbed the Mandela Effect, ie, the observation that historical events and experiences are not what you knew them to be. A very common example often cited is, Nelson Mandela died in prison vs. Nelson Mandela survived prison and served as president of South Africa in the 1990’s.

Another one that “just keeps coming” concerns the circumstances of the JFK assassination: there “used to be” four people in the limo in which he was shot. “Now” there is an extra row of seats in the limo between John and Jackie Kennedy and the driver, occupied by two more passengers in the car (the governor of Texas and his wife).

The British channel who posts on youtube as ‘Magenta Pixie’ offers an explanation of the Mandela Effect. It’s a bit of a ride that I will have to view another time or two myself for the sake of absorption. Perhaps you will enjoy it, or be stretched by it a bit, or use it as something to sharpen your own discernment on the matter of timelines converging and separating as our collective story moves forward (or around in circles!?).

Love to you, Whitehawk

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