posted on Jun, 22 2014 @ 07:38 AM
I warned you all about talking about this subject. However, everyone kept on keeping on.
I'm sure you all posted this before, but if not let's do it again
It's called the Madela Effect. Shifts in social consciousness actually affects reality subtly every single day. Most of the changes, shifts, and turns
are fairly innocuous and subatomic/genetic (you read that correctly) in their alterations; however, you'd be surprised to realize that there are
sometimes serious macro level effects. Nelson Mandela, Billy Graham, Bob Dylan, New Zealand's location, August 19 1945 third Abomb on Tokyo, the
Nagasaki bomb falling in a valley due to poor visibility conditions rather than hitting the city (but still causing major damage), episodes of
cartoons that mysteriously disappear...etc etc
These Macro Effects, well, they worry me. The phantom movement of reality is difficult and unsettling to grasp as there seems to be a presence that
begins to "notice you noticing it" once it is researched in any depth. Ever drop a pencil, pen, or other silly desk item? Remember it making a noise
as it hit the ground? Remember looking down for it and not finding it? Remember the frustration? Remember looking on your desk to see that object
neatly placed in a funny manner? Remember that odd feeling that something was looking at you?
The more you gaze into its eyes, the easier it becomes to gaze into your streams of existence. Careful.
Let it rest...or, be brave. I'm sure no trouble can come from simple e to a discussion...or could it? BuM BUM BUUUUUUUUM.
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TheOneElectric because: (no reason given)