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?


Anonymous said...

The Mandela Effect is an interesting idea. It may indeed be that we shift universes back and forth etc all the time. However, I do know (since I used to live in Scotland) that the drink mentioned was indeed "Irn Bru". It was never "Iron Brew" or whatever. It was deliberately mispelt to go with the Scots accent. So you can probably cross that one off your list. The others though? Who knows? People do tend to mis-remember things quite easily, so not everything we mis-remember is necessarily a sign of a shift between universes and/or realities.

The Simpsons thing has been perturbing me because of what is mentioned. However, if these shifts did indeed happen, wouldn't the Simpsons have shifted too?? I don't think I've explained or asked the question correctly ... as it is in my head. But if there was a shift, then why would the Simpsons be the only repository of the evidence of all these shifts? (if it indeed is the only one). I've been watching the Gilmore Girls a lot recently, and there is a tonne of popular culture references in that, and nothing has come up that has spoken to any shifts at all.

So what are we to make of it all? Apart from reality maybe not being what we think it is.

Maybe one day we'll figure it out ... or not.

Best wishes

H Price, New Zealand

Jody Paulson said...

Thanks for your comments, H Price. I can tell you from past experience that the Simpsons, as well as anything associated with Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy, Ted, the Cleveland Show, American Dad) have a tendency to "predict" stuff I connect with the New World Order. Google "predictive programming" and the Simpsons. Robert Zemeckis and the "Back to the Future" trilogy have been strongly tied to predictive programming as well, and of course that's all about time travel.