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Mandela Effect - The Bookhouse Boys Secret Gesture - Calling All Twin Peaks Fans

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posted on May, 5 2018 @ 11:40 PM
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a reply to: Pearj

You expected something to be consistent in the David Lynch universe? bahahaha




posted on May, 6 2018 @ 03:59 AM
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originally posted by: Pearj


In Coop's dream, Laura gives him the signal (3:05):

She is letting him know she knows he's in the Bookhouse Boys.



only first watched the show about 3 years ago. i remember clearly the gesture was accurately the stroke to the temple, or like next to the eye on the cheek, a downward stroke.

i remember when the 'not laura' laura did that i did not connect it to the bookhouse boys, i took it to mean 'its right under your nose' or something like that. or maybe a reference to laura's coke use.



posted on May, 6 2018 @ 05:34 AM
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I don't understand you guys, why are you so hard on Pearj? Why is there that sick need to convince him that he's somewhat retarded? I understand that you don't believe in ME and that's ok. But this is conspiracy forum. Forum that gives chance to people who don't belive in everything that government, msm, oficial science serve to them on the plate. So if you want to belive in official narative, official history, ms science, go ahead it's your choice. But let other people express their thoughts, theoris, doubts. If you don't belive it that's fine, move along. Why is there a need to take a dump on someone? Do you feel better that way? Sickening...

That's the reason why many amazing people don't want to open their threads any more or even post because they don't want to be ridiculed. This is supposedly conspiracy theory forum, forum for people who have open mind and are open to consider so called conspiracy theories. But it seems that there are much more sceptics here than outside of this forum. And that is really laughable when you think about that.



posted on May, 6 2018 @ 08:39 AM
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a reply to: alomaha





But this is conspiracy forum. Forum that gives chance to people who don't belive in everything that government, msm, oficial science serve to them on the plate.



So if the plate comes from YouTube or some other conspiracy site its somehow cleaner to eat off?




So if you want to belive in official narative, official history, ms science, go ahead it's your choice. But let other people express their thoughts, theoris, doubts.



So you are a hypocrite just here or all the time?

You say to let others voice their thoughts, opinions and doubts but when doubts are posted you attack those that have them.







That's the reason why many amazing people don't want to open their threads any more or even post because they don't want to be ridiculed.


WOW we have full blown mind readers here.

How do know all these amazing people and their reasons for not posting threads on ATS?




But it seems that there are much more sceptics here than outside of this forum. And that is really laughable when you think about that.




To be a conspiracy theorist, one starts as a skeptic and is always a skeptic of one thing or another.

You cannot believe in conspiracy if you are not a skeptic.

Maybe you should think about that.



posted on May, 6 2018 @ 08:58 AM
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a reply to: InhaleExhale

Wow, you're so smart! I don't know how to thank you for such blissful insights!

Thank you for proving my point.



posted on May, 6 2018 @ 09:07 AM
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a reply to: alomaha




Thank you for proving my point.



what point?


Seriously what point were you making?


You were a hypocrite by posting what you did.

You seem to think a skeptic and conspiracy theorists are somehow different.

I was just pointing out confusing points you made and asking a question or 2 based on what and how you wrote it.



posted on May, 6 2018 @ 11:30 AM
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a reply to: alomaha

First - thank you.

Second - It's easy to see you're not talking about being skeptical, rather the way they're going about it.

If I could try to re-state how I'm hearing your point, it's that skepticism isn't the issue - ridicule is. ..and that ATS is supposed to be a place where folks can talk about subjects that would garner ridicule elsewhere.


The unusual behavior stands out to me, and others like yourself - but not many folks speak up, probably because of the ridicule. I'm interested in human behavior; so I spent time trying to figure out why they are the way they are, to no avail.

My goal from the start is to talk to those that are affected by the ME (like fellowship). I'm not one to back down from a goal - regardless of the crowd's wishes, so I adapt and overcome until I achieve.

I use their behavior to benefit me, and am transparent about it. When they flood a thread it bumps it for more affected people to read (even if they don't respond). They provide opportunity to counter tired arguments with sound logic - that those same affected people also read.

Normally I just ignore them and let them bump the thread. My eye catches the 'mini-profile' to the left as I scroll by and I just skip 'em. They complain their comments aren't being read or responded to - and on occasion I explain that I've already heard their concerns and addressed them - I can't address the same thing in every thread.

Every so often I waste posts to counter them. For instance in this last batch of threads I've communicated with them 'cause I'm feeling 'spunky' and have no problem toe-to-toe. It's the least effective use of time with regard to my goal - so bothering to engage is up to me; when I choose - and when I do, it's more to show other affected people that they can stand up.


If I didn't know the Mandela Effect was absolutely real I wouldn't peruse it.. Words can't describe how incredible this is, or the impact. It needs to be talked about.

The ridicule has made my goal two fold - to speak with other affected people, and to show them they can be strong on their own. You don't need the crowd to feel solid.

I have the means - so I have the responsibility.. Just like you; when you spoke up for me.




posted on May, 6 2018 @ 11:51 AM
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originally posted by: alomaha
Why is there that sick need to convince him that he's somewhat retarded?

Because ME *is* retarded.


I understand that you don't believe in ME and that's ok. But this is conspiracy forum.

Conspiracies usually have SOME form of evidence which is measurable or observable. ME is not. Why? Because there is no comparative evidence in this case. When someone says, "X used to be Y" and bunch of people say, "hey... yeh.. that's what I remember too" yet *ALL* the evidence is to the contrary, there is NO conspiracy. People are remembering things wrong. I have posted a link to a study performed in which scientists convinced people of an incorrect memory or fact, simply through collective suggesting. I'm trying to find it but I have posted it previously in these ridiculous threads.


But let other people express their thoughts, theoris, doubts. If you don't belive it that's fine, move along. Why is there a need to take a dump on someone? Do you feel better that way? Sickening...

It's like stamping out a disease. Like Flat Earthers. That level of stupidity should be eradicated. Like MElievers.


That's the reason why many amazing people don't want to open their threads any more or even post because they don't want to be ridiculed. This is supposedly conspiracy theory forum, forum for people who have open mind and are open to consider so called conspiracy theories. But it seems that there are much more sceptics here than outside of this forum. And that is really laughable when you think about that

Then people should mark their posts as 'opinion' pieces' rather than conspiracy theories and NOT act like hurt snowflakes when people using logic and common sense question their statements which have ZERO evidence.



posted on May, 6 2018 @ 01:07 PM
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posted on May, 6 2018 @ 01:19 PM
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posted on May, 9 2018 @ 11:56 AM
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a reply to: NobodiesNormal

I'm the biggest Twin Peaks fan I know and in all honesty, the under eye finger rub does not seem strange to me, and neither does the nose rub. I can't say for certain which one it "should be" even with the amount of times I've watched this show. I mean, it's not like it was a major feature. How many times did it happen? Twice maybe?

It's interesting how the show itself went in the direction of shifting realities in the third season though.



posted on May, 9 2018 @ 12:09 PM
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ATTENTION!



Enough of attacking each other.

Differences of opinions is fine. Disagreeing is fine.

Attacking each other, being snarky and insulting IS NOT FINE.

Those posts will be removed after this point.

Return to the topic of the thread.

As always: Do not reply to this post.



posted on May, 10 2018 @ 01:58 AM
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originally posted by: Pearj
a reply to: Lurker1


originally posted by: Lurker1
Also a Twin Peaker here. Both signs were used in the series. The nose sign was used early on, the cheek later.



Hello fellow fan!!

So you remember the 'nose sign' too huh?

The only problem is - it doesn't exist.


The first time Coop was introduced in the Bookhouse is when he's shown the signal - it's not in the scene anymore.

If you don't believe me, go look for yourself.

There is no instance of the "nose-touch" anywhere except in Coop's dream with Laura..


If you remember the nose-touch - and you're sure; as a self-proclamed solid fan like myself - find it. Should be easy right? We both remember the signal was given a few times..

Please find it.



You won't find it.

Check it out lol
thumbs.gfycat.com...



posted on May, 10 2018 @ 07:21 AM
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Noonebutme you offend me.
You say to kill off people because of their beliefs?
I suppose you wish to finish off the Australian Aborigines too?

And you sling retarded as an insult?
What if your beloved 7 year old child was retarded - medically - would you like it as an insult then?

You are probably one who uses gay as an insult too.
"Mandella Effect is so gay. Har har har"

Gays, retards and those who love them wouldn't be laughing along.

The disbelievers are always so smug, arrogent , cocky and condescending. The believers humbly hope to get help from others to understand what they admit not to understand.
Which type if person would you rather be around?

Respect and love others even if they aren't just like you.


edit on 10-5-2018 by BOTAL because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 15 2018 @ 11:04 PM
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a reply to: BOTAL

I feel the same as you on all counts. I'm surprised the post wasn't removed; it's a 'little Hitler' like, but that's just my opinion.

The Mandela Effect seems to make some people act out negatively in ways they hopefully wouldn't act otherwise.



posted on May, 21 2018 @ 02:22 PM
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Thought I'd check in on this thread.

I see we've had a few Twin Peaks fans that remember the nose-touch..

..they swear the show did both (nose and temple).

..but no one can provide a single example of the nose touch..

..not one.


Isn't that a little weird my fellow Twin Peaks Fans?


Saying you're not affected, and you remember the nose-touch, then disappearing is a win for the ME.

Your silence speaks whether you like it or not.




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