posted on Aug, 18 2016 @ 06:53 PM
a reply to: Kingj56
Now you see what you have asked about!
There are some people that have multiple, varied, memories, upon a specific point in history then, out of the blue, what they know has already
happened is not how it happened at all. That is the core of ME--a personal experience that if you try to explain to somebody else will make you look
For some people it was Nelson Mandela dying in prison. For others it is a famous movie quote from Darth Vader. Some others know that they had to ask a
couple times about a family of cartoon bears with a strange, Jewish sounding, last name. And those who have not had the experience will always say:
That is the true meaning of Mandela Effect. A fight using words to explain an experience where all data points to how things are now and always will
be. Or will it?
BTW, Bruce Lee's character died in a hail of bullets ala Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid. He died of an aneurysm like google and Wikipedia says. At
least in my timeline (which is the other catch phrase to use!)
ETA: See, somebody can ask a question and get a bunch of replies from both sides without everybody collapsing into a black hole, dog and cats living
together, total chaos happening! S+F for making it two pages!