Mind-boggling Mandela Effect

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Mind-boggling Mandela Effect

Post by Danaluet » Fri Aug 10, 2018 2:08 pm

1. Was there 4 or 6 seats in JFK's car when he was assassinated? There are very old photos and footages showing its 4 seats but there are also other high pixel photos showing its 6 seats. 

2. Publishers clearing house says on its website that they never hired Ed Mcmahon, the guy that everyone remembers giving out publishers clearing house checks on TV! 

(3:52) is the Ed mcmahon part
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QkjrE1T ... 7&index=15

Attached are photos showing 4 and 6 seats. You guys must have more, welcome to add to the list. 

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Re: Mind-boggling Mandela Effect

Post by Djchrismac » Wed Aug 22, 2018 3:20 am

The "Mandela effect" is a psyop. /end conversation. :)

There was already a big discussion on this previously.
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Re: Mind-boggling Mandela Effect

Post by LoneBear » Wed Aug 22, 2018 3:06 pm

I recently listened to clif high discussing the Mandela effect and how it is "cropping up" with the development of quantum computers--and the regions where they computers are being built are where the effect is the most predominant.

It is an interesting idea, since quantum computers are influencing the time region, the 3D time of the atomic structure. This could, in theory, effect the minds and memory of the collective consciousness.

Requires more investigation, but it is an interesting idea.
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