The Mandela Effect: CERN and Hidden, Parallel Universes

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The concept of The Mandela Effect is simple. Over time, a few minor details surrounding significant events, and therefore our perception of these events, might somehow change and may continue to improve in the years ahead.

In other words, the tried and true spacetime continuum that appears to be the backbone of our collective, three-dimensional, physical reality might have a ripple in it. It also may have produced a sister, parallel universe, which has birthed different scenarios, events, identities, constructs, and relationships.

It might also be true that our tiny, insignificant brains are slowly evaporating and can no longer handle every detail that flashes across our eyes. As we forget events, out of fear, we attempt to reassemble them in our imperfect minds.

Given that we’re all probably of the same species, each of our brains might make mistakes that are akin to the next, especially when it comes to certain types of events and sets of details.

It’s important to consider that our brains are continually comparing, analyzing and constructing ideas and memories to justify their notions of reality, often from poorly assembled concepts and thin air. Given that, it might be fair to say that all brains build memories and memory-bridges with similar strategies and outcomes.

All this to say that because of our shared DNA, our brains will construct similar data sets and similar conclusions.

Maybe this is the question we’ve yet to ask: Have large groups of people moved backward or forwards in time, witnessed potential trajectories, returned to their primary spacetime paths, and then somehow integrated all collected information into new perspectives, refreshed with new sets of details?

“If (quantum theory) is correct, it signifies the end of physics as a science.”

— Albert Einstein

Whether you believe The Mandela Effect to be fact or fiction, the growing number of shared perspectives across a variety of ideas and events, and inclusive of a broad spectrum of socioeconomic backgrounds, is compelling.

Developing Multidimensional Awareness

Examples of The Mandela Effect

There are growing numbers of experiences of The Mandela Effect, across a long list of categories. Here are a few potentially shifted events that caught my eyes:

  • Nelson Mandela Died in 2013 vs. died in prison
  • It’s a Beautiful Day in THIS Neighborhood vs. THE Neighborhood
  • Berenstain Bears vs. Berenstein Bears
  • Death of Billy Graham in 2018 vs. him dying years ago with President Clinton giving a eulogy
  • King Henry VIII’s portrait holding a glove vs. Turkey Leg
  • Mother Theresa Canonized post-mortem vs. in the 1990s
  • Rock group “Queen” song ending with “We are the champions” vs. “of the world.”
  • Sex AND The City vs. Sex IN The City
  • JIF Peanut Butter vs. JIFFY Peanut Butter
  • Curious George  without a tail vs. with a tail
  • C-3PO with silver leg vs. gold leg
  • Patrick Swayze died of pancreatic cancer vs. he fully recovered
  • Monopoly Man with monocle vs. without monocle

 

Many have also reported this same effect or dissonance in their personal lives, whereby a baby’s birthday or sets of event details slightly shifted over time.

Thousands of people throughout the world have reported these Mandela Effects. This is partly why scientists are considering the possibility that parallel universes do exist.

“The purpose of quantum computing based compassionate artificial intelligence is to develop integrated systems that can preserve and enhance human values of peace, love, happiness, and freedom.”

― Amit Ray, Compassionate Artificial Super-intelligence

Scientists On The Mandela Effect

To consider some of the thoughts from the scientific community, one must first know the definition of spacetime.

Spacetime consists of mathematical models that merge the three dimensions of space with the one dimension of time (which we have all come to agree-upon), resulting in a single four-dimensional continuum. In other words, given our agreements on how time moves and how we all move through three-dimensional space, we are all living within an agreed-upon four-dimensional reality.

Here are a few science-related notions that might have given birth to the existence or the milieu of ideas related to The Mandela Effect:

Time Travel

Time travel might provide us with the ability to experience a variety of our unique, potential, life trajectories. Here’s how that might work:

3d illustration tunnel or wormhole tunnel that can connect one universe with another abstract speed tunnel warp in space wormhole or black hole scene of overcoming the temporary space in cosmos

We’re already traveling through time, only forwards. This means that time-travel relative to other people also exists, which includes walking together.

If the whole universe was spinning, which it’s not, time loops would emerge, which would give us the ability to choose from a variety of time loops to experience some of our other potential life trajectories.

Since wormholes are bridges through spacetime, we could use them to travel into the past or the future. The challenge here is that we don’t know how to build wormholes. Further, we would need negative energies or exotic matter to do this, which we don’t fully understand and have not yet created.

This doesn’t mean that aliens and biengs from other dimensions are not already building wormholes which could be affecting our current perspective of reality and giving birth to additional spacetime loops and potentialities.  

Quantum Computers

Quantum computers use tiny circuits, superposition, whereby multiple quantum states can be merged to produce a new outcome, and entanglement, which results in groups of particles that interrelate and cannot be described independently.

Quantum computing utilizes the fluctuation of atomic and subatomic particles as they morph from one state to another. While prior computers used bits and bytes to quantify processing power, quantum computers use qubits or quantum bits. While a bit can be found at either of the two poles within a sphere, a qubit can be found anywhere within that sphere.

For a quantum computer’s storage size, processing power and computation, it means that there will be infinite space, infinite power, infinite logic gates, and infinite computational possibilities, far outpacing today’s limited, classic computer architecture. When we enter the quantum computing arena, traditional laws of physics and particle theory no longer apply.

While this all sounds fascinating, quantum computing comes with challenges and potential nightmares. These fascinating machines do not always surpass every classical algorithm, and there is no known problem for which quantum computers outperform every traditional rival.

The quantum theory related to The Mandela Effect goes something like this: As quantum computers interact with the various states of the atomic and subatomic particles within their spheres, they affect other particles within the realities of different dimensions. Some say this alone could change specific details surrounding specific events.

D-Waves

D-Wave is a category of quantum machine created by D-Wave Systems, Inc., in Canada. The company seeks to exploit the potential quantum effects inherent in their processing systems.

Currently, D-Wave machines can only handle specific tasks. While they’re a long way from exponential speed dominance over classical computers, a recent paper suggests that D-Wave’s 2000Q computer can return solutions 2600 times faster than known algorithms.

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D-Wave quantum machine via nature.com

In the pursuit of this tech, scientific-minded Mandela Effect fans suggest that the intensity of the computational force from D-Wave computers could have a profound effect on particles, life, trajectories and events throughout the universe. In turn, D-Wave machines might easily create a Mandela Effect.

Cern Conspiracy Theories

Some fervent, conspiracy theorists are so confident that Switzerland’s CERN organization is at the helm of universal particle manipulation, they’ve renamed The Mandela Effect, “The Cern Mandela Effect” and “The Cern Quantum Effect.”

Established in 1954 and based in Switzerland, CERN is the European Organization for Nuclear Research. It has 22 member states/countries and has made hundreds of unique scientific discoveries, including the “God Particle,” otherwise known as Higgs Boson. CERN also invented the World Wide Web, not necessarily in partnership with Al Gore.

Because of the nature of CERN’s experiments, some believe spacetime is being unknowingly or knowingly manipulated, thereby producing Cern parallel universes.

While CERN scientists have good intentions, some say that CERN’s work is akin to GMO seed manipulation, in that it is taking risks with the foundational elements of our universe (atomic and subatomic particles) without fully understanding the potential risks.

“A classical computation is like a solo voice – one line of pure tones succeeding each other. Quantum computation is like a symphony – many lines of tones interfering with one another.”

― Seth Lloyd, Programming the Universe

The Present Moment

Time will tell whether The Mandela Effect, CERN, D-Wave and quantum computing will help us understand time-travel, particles, wormholes, changes in prior realities, and the creation of accessible time loops.

In the meantime, let’s stay in the present moment, meditate on our expansiveness, and do our best to love each other.



Final Words Project: The Dying's Final Words Hint at Afterlife

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What can the final words, spoken by the dying, tell us about life’s greatest mystery? According to the findings of a long-term research project, a great deal.

Lisa Smartt is a linguist who, in 2012, became interested in the words spoken by the dying when she noticed peculiar changes in her father’s speech as he was passing.

“So one of the things I noticed when I was sitting bedside with my father, well the first thing was he started talking about angels in the room, and my dad was a hardcore scientist. So when I heard my tough, gruff, cigar-smoking Papa talking about angels in the room, I took notice. Being a linguist, I pulled out my pencil and pad and started taking notes. Three days before he died, he shared that the angels say ‘only, three days left,’ and indeed three days later he was gone. And what began to emerge in my notes intrigued me, and led me to the language of the dying, but there wasn’t much written. So I attended a workshop with Dr. Raymond Moody and together we established the Final Words Project.

Since the project began, Lisa has collected 200 accounts of the last words of the dying from those at their bedsides. Throughout more than a decade of analysis of 2,000 final utterances, Lisa has come to see many universal patterns and recurring themes.

“Specifically you see patterns about a big event coming, someone might say, ‘oh, the big dance is coming’ or ‘the big art show is coming,'” Smartt said. “And then people also talk about traveling, some say ‘the ship is ready’ or ‘the boat is ready,’ feeling that something is kind of moving them along that’s bigger than they are. And then another way that this hybrid language appears is someone may say ‘get me my checkbook, I need to pay at the gate,’ as if they’re referring to Heaven’s gate, so they’re bringing pieces of this world and beginning to talk with the other.”

“People might start talking about things that some family members or loved ones might think are nonsense like ‘my husband (who had died 10 years ago) is standing at the edge of my bed.’ Now to some people they may think that’s nonsense, but it seems from our research and others that there actually are visitors standing at the bedside with those who are dying and that’s not nonsense,” she said.

One particularly fascinating implication is the glimpse these final words seem to provide of what may come after physical death.

“There’s a lot of repetition, you know one well-known example of this is Steve Jobs ‘wow, wow, wow’ before he died, I think those were actually his very final words, and you can only imagine, what did he see? What did that exclamation refer to? People definitely start talking about how beautiful it is over there. I’ve come in contact with so many people who have had near-death experiences and there’s such a sense of peace, and you can see this in some people even before they die. There is this energy that seems to be moving toward some kind of new emergence or a new state of being,” Smartt said.

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