MANDELA EFFECT

Today we are going to discuss a mysterious phenomenon that has come to the attention of the online world in recent years. An event so strange and elusive, even skeptics are left in a state of bewilderment.

I'm talking of course, about the Mandela Effect.

The Mandela Effect refers to a false memory that is shared by many people. The term, the Mandela Effect, was coined because of the commonly shared belief that the South African leader, Nelson Mandela, died in the 1980s, when in fact, he died in December 2013.

There are many reports by people on the internet of the Mandela Effect at work, most of which are just small changes. A small change in your collective timeline could have been something like, thinking Jiff peanut butter was called Jiffy. Maybe you remember Curious George having a tail, or the Monopoly man having a monocle?

If you happen to be a Star Wars fan, do you remember how Darth Vadar told Luke that he was his father? Most people remember the line as, "Luke, I am your father." When in fact, it was, "No, I am your father." Of course, that is a minor change when compared to a political figure being dead or alive.

The reason these paranormal events happen is mostly a mystery. There is always the possibility that some people just have false memories that coincide with others. The only perspective we, as Alchemists, can have on the matter, is the fact that humanity is CO-CREATING reality simultaneously.

Perhaps the multitude of realities that we crossover to and from collide with one another, creating inconsistencies within the memories of the people who were once living in completely separate realities.

By far, the strangest examples of the Mandela Effect are the events in your own life. Reminisce about your shared past with some people who are closest to you, you may find some inconsistencies to explore.

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