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The Mandela Effect Can No Longer Be Denied: Berenstein Was The Tip of The Iceberg

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posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 11:33 AM
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a reply to: GoShredAK




Like once you notice something or come up with am idea, people all around the world suddenly seemingly inexplicably have the same thoughts/ideas.

Internet memes are quite explicable.




posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 11:36 AM
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a reply to: Phage. Hive mentality seems inexplicable.

How about the rise of agriculture 8-10 thousand years ago? How it appeared on several continents at the same time yet with no contact.......



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 11:36 AM
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a reply to: GoShredAK

i dont mean to diminish the scope of ATS and its multiple threads on the matter - but the " mandela delusion " is on reddit - so its not ` inexplicable ` that its now so common



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 11:38 AM
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originally posted by: GoShredAK
a reply to: Phage. Hive mentality seems inexplicable.

How about the rise of agriculture 8-10 thousand years ago? How it appeared on several continents at the same time yet with no contact.......


"At the same time" is arguable but at least agriculture is real.



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 11:48 AM
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a reply to: TheCentristPhilosopher

Same. I thought about this yesterday. If you were not taught to spell it that way, people think you're just being forgetful or stupid. But we were taught it with an ' n' . I searched it a couple of years ago and some sources said that many years ago one spelling textbook may have had a typo and that caused millions of people to spell it wrong forever. Who can say ?



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 11:51 AM
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i have one that is completely different.

About 15-20 years ago, I saw a documentary type show about the moon landing hoax. In that show, they mentioned that photographs were altered, and the etched crosses on the Hasselblad camera sometimes were seen to be behind the astronauts in the photos... impossible. I thought to myself, I have a space book somewhere that i must have a look at to see if there were any altered photos in it. Sure enough i found one with a cross disappearing behind an astronaut.

Years later, probably 5 years ago. I dug out that same book and thought, I must see that photo again. I meticulously went through the book page by page, and I just could not find it.... I went through the book 5 times and got really agitated...

Personally it is the only ME that i have come across.



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 11:55 AM
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This is so fascinating to me! As a side note, I noticed that at the end of 2012, I had a period of enlightenment almost. Prior to that, life was chaotic, that year I felt like I was detached and I didn't fit in my body. I was behaving in ways I never believed I would and still can't believe I did. At the end of 2012, I started to have this awakening, everything appeared very clear to me (yet different) I felt more conscious. My lifestyle changed, my personality changed, my whole aura had changed (for the better). Since then I have noticed an enormous amount of synchronicities, differences.....etc. I don't know if you could chalk all of them up to actual changes, or if it's just a mental change that I had, but I have indeed noticed some very strange changes and some I could say I was certain on. Ok, that wasn't really a side note


The whole reason I was posting though,why this is so fascinating, is I remember having a thought as a little girl. I was playing with my dollhouse and I remember thinking "I bet this is what life is like,someone up there is playing with a dollhouse (or a whole world of dollhouses)." Hearing people speak about a computer game or hologram universe reminded me of that thought. Pretty crazy stuff!



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 11:58 AM
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a reply to: cappy85

Would you classify yourself an empath?



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 12:05 PM
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originally posted by: Phage

originally posted by: GoShredAK
a reply to: Phage. Hive mentality seems inexplicable.

How about the rise of agriculture 8-10 thousand years ago? How it appeared on several continents at the same time yet with no contact.......


"At the same time" is arguable but at least agriculture is real.
in the grand scope of millions of years of hunter gatherer society, to a few hundred to switch to agriculture is minimal. I bring this up because like agriculture is real, so is some sort of hive mentality. Otherwise how did various continents figure out the same thing with no contact? Now if hive mentality is real, maybe the Mandela effect is not completely far fetched?
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posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 12:07 PM
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Off topic but, assuming that number, "a few hundred" were correct, that is 15 human generations.

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posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 12:09 PM
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a reply to: Phage. Edited to reflect the topic.



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 12:09 PM
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originally posted by: hidingthistime
a reply to: SaturnFX

It really baffles me how people who have not experienced this, have made them selves into self appointed experts on how wrong we all are....

Wait until it happens to you! You are the ones who will have to swallow your pride and feel not so superior...

Eat some humble pie.

Oh hell, I remember things wrong all the time.
its human nature to condense, contextualize, and otherwise alter memories for random purposes.
good example is the star wars thing.

It is remembered: "Luke, I am your father"
It actually is: "No, I am your father"

The first one is because people made a meme out of it, but it makes no sense if you randomly say "no, I am your father"..it has no context unless you are discussing the sentence before it, and even then it misses the pop culture reference unless someone else has seen the movie and remembers that specific part
But swapping the no out with luke, you add context and even people who never seen star wars will know of the unique name of Luke from the famous movie..it adds reference, it adds context..but you also did alter the sentence to do that.
But whatever, its remembered, its a meme
and then down the line, someone freaks out when they notice it is not the odd sentence structure...Vader just totally randomly using the name of Luke in mid sentence (who does that)..
No,, they were having an active discussion about origins..this is not some weird dimensional breakthrough..it is simply not remembering the first one
But like most things, if you consider the context over the pop culture meme, you will see it makes no sense as the reinterpretation..far more linguistic sense with the true misremembered version.

Mirror mirror on the wall...
...is she stuttering? no, it was a magic mirror. We just have pop reference culture influencing us.
I thought this was mirror mirror because as a kid I listened to rap. specifically doug e fresh whos lyrics referenced "mirror mirror"

Went to the bathroom to wash up
Had some soap on my face and my hand up on a cup
I said, um, mirror mirror on the wall
Who is the top choice of them all
There was a rubble dubble, five minutes it lasted
The mirror said you are you conceited bastard

So for me, it was mirror mirror..and I was surprised it was magic mirror..but it makes more sense actually. What is more likely..some sort of dimensional shift alter earth..or doug e just wrote some dumb lyric that screwed up a phrase that influenced my remembering of a term.
Notice how all this stuff is never any huge thing..Miley Cyrus's name isnt suddenly Candy Cyrus..its always stuff from long ago about some semi-pop culture thing that nobody can fully remember because there is no huge fanaticism still..its youthful memories, or americans being typically crap at geography, etc.

Easiest answer is usually the correct one
Mandela effect is another way of saying your memory isn't as great as you want to think it is..therefore..aliens.



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 12:10 PM
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originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: GoShredAK
Off topic but, assuming that number, "a few hundred" were correct, that is 15 human generations.
. Was there any immigration happening during those 15 generations?



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 12:13 PM
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originally posted by: paperdoll
I am interested in this topic and and will probably reread your post again but as a quick reply:

When I look at these anomalies, it feels like my mind moves back and forth. For example, I initially think, "it IS berenstein and McIntyre!". Then the more I physically look at the strange word, I start to think, "maybe it has been berenstain and mcentire". I go back to thinking my original thoughts but the uncertainty feels weird. I think it may be like when one says a word repeatedly and the word becomes unfamiliar. I'm talking about the disassociation I feel, not saying that's the reason for the effect. I am open to the different timeline theory.

Now, with the depend. It seems to me that it may really have always been depend, but we call them depends. Like how we call the store aldi, aldi's. Or like how I call mr hero, mr hero's. I realize that luvs and pampers do have the s.

I am on my phone and I wanted to add that when I begin to type ' mci ', McIntyre is automatically suggested but McEntire is not, even after typing the whole word. Also, sorry if my blocks of text are large and if I have typos. It's hard to go back and edit on my tiny phone.


I understand that odd feeling. I had it when I watched the video in the OP.

I am a true Prince fanatic, since a teen. I remember the lyric to be 'get through' not 'celebrate'. The entire song is about what to do when life gets hard. 'at least you got friends', 'punch a higher floor', etc. Yet, at the same time, "Celebrate" feels right too, but it isn't both. Makes me a little dizzy.

In regard to this new 'Depend' and the change to 'Berenstain', I say to whoever is doing this...nope. You cannot fool me. There are several Mandela Effect examples that are easily mistakes, several that cause that cognitive dissonance and more that I know to absolutely be changes from reality. Or something where my reality was changed or moved elsewhere. My memory is not at fault.



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 12:26 PM
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Oh gosh, I don't know, I really don't know what would classify an empath. I always considered myself to be aware and more mature for my age so I am not sure.reply to: wesleyapril



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 12:32 PM
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I found this in google images. There is only one pack spelled this way out of a couple thousand results, and the font/design is odd. There is another similar, but they are called I. T. Depends.



On google images, when clicking on the above image and 'view page' it leads to a text forum in a place called 'Free Republic' about 'Trump's beliefs on abortion', so very strange.

And that is not a joke, though it sounds like it could be one.


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posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 12:34 PM
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Nm, see previous posts
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posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 12:36 PM
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originally posted by: ventian
a reply to: TombEscaper

The Mandela Effect is something I find very fascinating. That said, I believe we should consider the fact that the average westerner's vocabulary and general grammar practices require consideration. I know of one graduate from a major U.S. university with a Bachelor's in English. She is unable to properly use their, they're, and there. More proof can be provided via any NCAA sports broadcast.

As to the OP itself, I am not sure I ever recall seeing Reba M.'s name. I don't particularly care for her music, but she was kind of funny in Tremor's. But the Mandela Effect can no longer be denied because we have it *vaguely* defined, not because a few people may or may not be misremembering a name.

TL;DR: Great post, horrible title.


There is much more to the phenomenon than questions over the spelling of names or titles. Song lyrics and visuals are involved too, such as corporate logos and movie scenes. As an example, in this reality C3PO had a silver leg in the Star Wars movies from the 70's and 80's. Not in the reality that I and many others existed in in those decades.



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 12:41 PM
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a reply to: cappy85

The main reason I ask - you said your aura changed- I don't think most non empaths would even consider to use that phrase. Would you like me to tag you in the meme?



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 12:43 PM
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People should look to their own lives also. we have both remembered things that are no longer true, had things we no longer seem to own. We have had so many odd moments we have begun to get used to it.




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