Monday, October 31, 2016

Happy Halloween! More on the spooky Mandela Effect ...

I've been kind of collecting these "glitches in the Matrix" on Twitter. Basically the Mandela Effect is when large groups of people remember certain things entirely differently, and they are disturbingly certain about those memories. Are they from a different reality? Have time travelers changed our timeline? Are we being pranked? Or do we all just have lousy memories?










Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Microchipping Australia

I notice it's been a while since I posted on my blog. I've been more active on Twitter but I must confess I've been pretty depressed lately ... hardly surprising considering this upcoming election where Americans are "given a choice" of voting for a thug or a ghoul. Positive thoughts and prayers would be appreciated. I'm pulling for you, as well ... we're all in this together.

Meanwhile, here's something to keep an eye out for. I know Hillary will be jumping on imposing this kind of thing on Americans, and it looks like she's going to win, folks. All I can say is, I know there is a God. What happens to us here is not as important as what we do here. Deus videt.

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Worried about possible war with Russia ...

Things are getting bad in Syria and Yemen. Jim Stone is going around telling us to prepare for WWIII. Here's an article from the Daily Mail I saw at truthseeker.com:
Russia orders all officials to fly home any relatives living abroad, as tensions mount over the prospect of a global war

Amidst all of this horribleness, I saw one of the coolest "Crazy Russian Hacker" videos I've seen in quite a while. So I thought I'd share this instead of spreading around a bunch of negativity like the Daily Fail, Alex Jones and all the haters. The future of this planet belongs to the creative, not the destructive. I really do want to get some of these "gadjicks." Life is short. People, for the most part, are good. Relax and have a cookie.

Tuesday, October 4, 2016

The Mandela Effect: informal poll results

I've written about the Mandela Effect before. I won't offer any possible explanations for it (some of which involve time travel, CERN and alternate universes!) because I wouldn't know about any of that stuff ... but I will describe what it basically is in general. It's a phenomenon that has recently taken on more and more prominence in social media. It seems fairly large segments of the population remember things very differently than what "history" records ... and many of these people are absolutely certain of those memories. The name "Mandela Effect" comes from a large number of people who claim to remember Nelson Mandela dying in prison long before he became president of South Africa. I'm not one of those people, but I do remember many things differently than what history now records. Anyway, here are the results of some informal polls I made on Twitter: