It's just how reality works. Feedback loops with observers , self correcting. In the past People were unaware of it.
Terrence Mckenna talked about it way before mandela became a thing.
Mandela is actually a good thing because it shows one that decisions can have influence on the external environment that is meaningful for the
observer. (Here we have Carl Gustav Jung in a way)
Basically Mandela gives a hint that reality is much more closer connected to the observer and not fixed , there are many futures and many pasts.
Depending on the observer.
Some organizations use memes to steer society into certain directions. As much as I think 'Hard' mandela is real. 'Soft' mandela is created by people
that want to manipulate social behaviour on the internet. Just to show their capabilities of Psy-Op manipulations. Creating groups that easily can be
controlled. I assume that mandela (and flatearth) is just an example to show what they can do with mind manipulation at mass scale. I can just guess
but eventually the goal is it to create a custom made society that can be controlled by the push of a button.
Observer Feed backloops
Tidy catZ meets Schoedingers cat isn't that mandela too. In my universe she is always alive. Outcome will always be a happy little Kitten and never a
dead one. What I'm saying here is that time is connected to consciousness. And at a deeper level it influences the state of the entire 'reality'.
In fact this feedback loop is getting stronger as time seems to pass more faster.
As time is defined in a way that is just a shift in focus (attention point consciousness) by the observer in the multiverse.
If enough observers want a desired outcome Reality changes , as simple as that. Reality is organic and ever changing.
Schoedingers Cat ate a kit-kat and she did live happy ever after didn't she ?
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Just because a bunch of people don't remember something correctly and someone fudges it in popular culture so more people learn it. as something
different doesn't mean it's a slip in time space
Like when you bring up "Luke, I am your father" ... Saying it as many times in popular culture like that doesn't "come out right"... Because. You'd
have to say it as answering "no...I am your father"... It just "morphs" like a game of "telephone"
I think it's pretty weak minded to not put that into perspective
a reply to: Reverbs
I was going to bed then came in for a quick peek. So much for quick.
I re- read your post re the movie. . Sorry about that.
I’m often arguing with others how I recall things so clearly. I’m like you were there, how can you not remember this??
Then there’s this thing were I run into someone that claims they’ve seen me many times before and even came to my house and describe my house to
me, yet I have no clue who they even are! Do not recall them every coming to my house either. Maybe I’m losing my marbles.
I was once addicted to Eggo Banana Nut Waffles. So good, tasted like banana nut muffins. Went to buy them one day and couldn’t find them. I asked a
stock boy in the store if they had them. His reply was “ never heard of them, we don’t carry them”.i said well I’ve been buying them here. He
said they don’t exist! He insisted I had bought them someplace else as he had worked there for years. I never shopped anyplace else.
Same with yellow petunias. They don’t exist either I was told by a flower exoert, but I had them. I just googled and found some, maybe they’ve
invented them now and I really did have some before the so called flower expert insisted I imagined it.
I must have lived in a world where I ate banana waffles them went out to water my yellow flowers.
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I am huge fan of the old Fleischer 'Popeye' cartoons.
It was "Bluto," Then it changed to "Brutus."
Here's a copy and paste from Wiki.
After the theatrical Popeye cartoon series ceased production in 1957, Bluto's name was changed to Brutus because it was incorrectly believed that
Paramount Pictures, distributors of the Fleischer Studios (later Famous Studios) cartoons, owned the rights to the name "Bluto". King Features
actually owned the name, as Bluto had been originally created for the comic strip. Due to a lack of thorough research, they failed to realize this and
reinvented him as Brutus to avoid supposed copyright problems. "Brutus" (often pronounced "Brutusk" by Popeye) appears in the 1960–1962 Popeye
the Sailor television cartoons, with his physical appearance changed, making him morbidly obese rather than muscular. He normally sported a blue shirt
and brown pants, and didn't appear to wear any socks. The character reverted to Bluto for Hanna-Barbera's The All-New Popeye Hour, the 1980
live-action Popeye movie, as well as the 1987 Popeye and Son series also by Hanna-Barbera. The character was also named Bluto in the 2004 movie
Popeye's Voyage: The Quest for Pappy. Brutus later appeared in the Popeye arcade game released by Nintendo.
Prior to the name change to Brutus, the bearded strongman was called or referred to as "The Big Guy That Hates Popeye", "A Big Brute", "Mean Man", and
The Sea Hag's "Sonny Boy". The name "Brutus" was first used on Popeye-related products in 1960 and in print by 1962. In the comic book series, the
name "Brutus" debuted in Popeye #64 (1962) but "Sonny Boy" again was used in issue 66 (1962). For issue 67 (1963) the name "Brutus" stuck with the
character. September 30, 1962 appears to be the first Sunday page using the name "Brutus". In the daily strip Olive Oyl first called The Sea Hag's son
"Brutus" on January 29, 1963. Once Brutus became a regular in the comic strip he was no longer related to the Sea Hag. During the run of Charlton
Comics' Popeye series, Brutus again became the son of the Sea Hag. For two cartoons in 1963 he was called "Pleeto".
It is generally accepted that Bluto and Brutus are one and the same. However, a 1988 Popeye comic book, published by Ocean Comics, presented the two
characters as twin brothers. In 1991 Bobby London, who wrote and drew the Popeye daily strip for six years, created the "Return of Bluto" story
where the 1932 version of Bluto returns and discovers a number of fat, bearded bullies have taken his place, calling themselves "Brutus" (each one
being a different version of Popeye's rival). On December 28, 2008 and April 5, 2009, the Popeye comic strip added Bluto in the capacity of twin
brother of Brutus.
In all Spanish-speaking countries, in Brazil and in the Philippines, the character is mostly known as "Brutus". His name, in Italian, has been
translated as "Bruto" or, occasionally, as "Timoteo" (Timothy). In French, it has also been translated alternatively as "Brutus" or
"Timothée". Bluto the Bandit. $5000 reward. Right there in black and white.
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As a child, I remember him as Bluto...I used to wonder if he indeed had a blue toe
I hope this sort of "wakes ppl up" about this mandela nonsense. Our mind is lazy and when we have odd names from long ago (especially as kids) we
tend to just push it into some more common reference. Bruno is a common enough name, Bluto is a one off name. The mind finds it easier to remember the
common name unless you already associated it with something (such as in my instance me wanting to see the jackasses feet to see this blue toe). All
the Mandela effect stuff is simply the effects of a lazy mind simply associating things with a common reference and with the internet now a thing,
seeing we were wrong. Pride of course would rather say we aren't wrong, the world is wrong...after all, our memory is a infallible steel trap.
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