Monday, December 26, 2016

What is the "Mandela Effect"? (video)

Pat Macpherson, Ashley Wells, Seth Auberon, Wisdom Quarterly; JC (Top3); Planet Nibiru

Professor explains the Mandela Effect on how the powers that be are changing the past to change the future. This is more proof for the theory, as if it were designed to alter our perception of the past and the reliability of our memory.

The Mandela Effect? They're gaslighting us (term from an old movie)

What could explain it?
Wisdom Quarterly (ANALYSIS)
I think we figured it out: control; gaslighting
The Mandela Effect, it's being done on purpose and is not the result of timeline alterations from time travel because if that were happening we would not be able to find proof that things were previously another way, as many of us remember them.

In the book by George Orwell, Nineteen Eighty-Four, one did not know what year it was. One could not. The powers that be, then known as "Big Brother," constantly kept altering history, burning book, altering photographs (editing people out), disappearing them, and making the language serve the process by the use of Newspeak, all euphemisms and abbreviations and deletions of vocabulary.

Why the powers that be are doing, we don't know. That they are doing it, there can be little doubt. What are they doing? They're gaslighting us. What's that?


Feeling lit?
Definition: Your Reality Check ( edited by Wisdom Quarterly
Gaslighting is a form of intimidation or psychological abuse, sometimes called ambient abuse where false information is presented to victims, making them doubt their memory, perception, and often their sanity.
The classic example of gaslighting is to switch something around that someone is sure to notice then deny knowing anything about the change, explaining that they "must be imagining things" when they challenge the change(s).

A more psychological definition of gaslighting is "an increasing frequency of systematically withholding factual information from, and/or providing false information to, the victim -- having the gradual effect of making them anxious, confused, and less able to trust their own memory and perception. More

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