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Mandela Effect - Any Professionals in fields like Astronomy / Medical experiencing the changes ?

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posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 04:02 PM
I hope this thread attracts only good energy because I encountered some hatred towards the subject, trying to convince without being asked to.

Was not paying attention to the subject until discovering that in this reality we were always so close to the black hole. Which I definitely remember much further away.

This is so real to me that I'm sure there may be qualified individuals who happened to notice this change.

If someone finds his car 300m away from his parking of course he will freak and check out the car to see if something happened. Put into context crossing freaking half of the galaxy.

And when I discovered on google earth the north pole as I know is gone...but not gone exactly...was never there, shook me. Me and my colleague tried our best to locate something of the north pole online that resembles what we know. Nothing. And we are very good internet users. All we managed to gather is that in the north pole there was/is sea ice.

What I do recall is me looking few months ago on google earth, searching for research stations in the north pole's close to shore. I also recall huge cliffs of ice that crumbles and environmentalist warning that if melts its big tsunami that covers europe. The North pole I know is a land mass like the south.

? They can do marathon in a place i remember extreme hard conditions only few people made it in land ?

I also on this am sure, there may be professionals ready to support and share what they feel about this.

If only the north pole was missing. Of course changing location in the Milky Way doesn't come without a freaking totally different night sky.

Me and my colleague were working together night time for a while. Been doing this for years. Its reasonable night sky gazing is in my hearth. I was noticing a star formation never seen before, apart, the magnitude of mars impressed me. I was failing naming the systems right. Im only waiting to see the pleiades, which if they are like I saw from google pictures, or from stellarium, they confirm because I vividly remember them very far and a little tricky to locate. When i used to see them I wondered what will be like seeing them from close..WTF..

Now the big one...

This I hope attract some people in medical sector.

My pulse used to be in the centre of my arm little down, not up there.

Not feeling the pulse were i used to is a big deal.

Im not even getting into other changes which im sure many of u already know.

What I would like to get her is having a discussion with intellectual professionals who are experiencing the same. I hope the rest respect this.

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 04:09 PM
a reply to: heineken
well buddy, that alien in your beer is probably causing hallucinations lol .... sorry I had to do it. but I have yet to notice any mandela effect on my end of the world, but good luck figuring this out.

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 04:17 PM
a reply to: ware2010

that alien beer was made by a fellow member way back in 2009 and kept it ever since. I'm heineken because it was the first thing in front if me registering. I hope this history is the same

So for u , being so close to the black hole is the rule ? and pleiades was always this close? Just to be sure you are not talking without thinking, not being negative in any way. But it is important to know whats going on. That everything is the same is quite interesting too. But please note age is a bit important. Since changes were happening kinda 2009 onwards. If half of ur life is in this reality its not that it counts much.

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 04:21 PM
I'm a heart surgeon and I could have sworn the heart was always on the right side of the chest

Went into a surgery the other day and all of a sudden the patient's heart is on the wrong side.. on the left side.. but it was too late as I had already begun cutting open the right side of the chest. Makes no sense. I've done thousands of surgeries on the heart through the right side of the chest. Now suddenly it's on the left side?

Needless to say, I no longer have a job :/

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 04:23 PM
a reply to: heineken
I like Heineken, actually gonna grab some after 5... but no I really haven't heard anything about the black hole and the Pleiades , I guess I'm not in the loop buddy.

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 04:37 PM
Hi and thank you for a well through out and written post. I almost never post anymore because of all the political going on, but I will come out of my cave for this one.

I work in the aerospace field, and have always been fascinated by rockets, satellites and all the wonders of space. Throughout school and college I always took any class available on the universe.

That leads me to you op, I 100% remember where our solar system is located. Throughout school and my spare time research our solar system has always been on the outer band of the galaxy. This is no faulty memory at most all the books and reading online have been wrong over the years, maybe there has been a correction im unaware of. But I agree with you 100% we have always been at the outer edge of the galaxy.

I cannot contribute fully to your other claims, the north pole I agree I do remember it being extremely difficult to get to and only a handful to possibly 100? have made it iirc. I do remember a episode of top gear where they drove to the north pole in a heavily modified truck and I believe it took 2-3 days. So I dont know how people just walk there unless they are going to the magnetic north pole instead of the true north pole.

I hope I was able to help you, and hopefully others will chime in with some positive replies and possibly some proof. I will try to find a picture of our solar system where it belongs.

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 04:39 PM
a reply to: VivreLibre


posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 04:47 PM
Here is what I've always remembered. Hope it helps

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 04:53 PM

1. There are four North Poles. The terrestrial North Pole is a fixed geographic point that’s diametrically opposed to the terrestrial South Pole on our planet’s axis of rotation; it’s the top of the spinning top that’s Earth.

2. The North Dip Pole is the spot where the geomagnetic field is perpendicular to the Earth’s surface, “dipping” to meet the big, rotating ellipsoid that is our planet.

3. The North Dip Pole isn’t stationary. Just in the last century, it has migrated northward from a point in Canada at about 71 degrees latitude to its current position, about 85 degrees north, in the Arctic Ocean.

4. There’s a South Dip Pole, too, but the North Dip Pole doesn’t have to be antipodal, or diametrically opposed, to it. Right now they’re off by more than 20 degrees latitude. frederick-cook Explorer Frederick Cook (above, in a studio portrait circa 1911) claimed to be first to the North Pole. The Granger Collection, NYC

5. When your compass points north, it’s pointing to the North Dip Pole, which is also called the magnetic North Pole.

6. The geomagnetic North Pole is a different thing altogether. It’s calculated using mathematical models based on an imaginary line running through the geomagnetic center of Earth.

7. Over the past century, the geomagnetic North Pole has migrated from Greenland to Canada.

8. So who cares about geomagnetic North? Aurora hunters, for starters. The most spectacular views of the Northern Lights occur in an oval ring centered around the geomagnetic North Pole.

9. Auroras are cool, but if you want to have some real fun, position yourself at the magnetic North Pole with a compass. If you hold the compass horizontal, the needle will do one of three things: point to the same spot as the last time you used it, spin slowly before stopping at a random point or point to anything magnetic that you happen to be wearing.

10. We promised a fourth North Pole. That would be North Pole, Alaska, incorporated in 1953. The Fairbanks suburb is hundreds of miles south of the other three North Poles.

11. While the Alaskans who live in North Pole don’t live near any of the real North Poles, a globe-hopping do-gooder beloved by many does. We’re talking, of course, of pulp fiction hero Doc Savage, Man of Bronze. Since 1933, the scientist with superpowers has starred in a long line of comics, magazines, paperbacks, radio series and even a 1975 B-movie. Savage’s Arctic retreat, the Fortress of Solitude, is said to be near the terrestrial North Pole.

12. Apparently, Savage has a time-share thing going on at the fortress with Superman, who also relaxes there (Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, Superman’s creators, were big fans of the doctor and borrowed a bio detail or two).

13. Staking out a different kind of property claim, a Russian submarine planted that nation’s flag at the bottom of the Arctic Ocean, at the terrestrial North Pole, in 2007.

14. The Russians may have planted a flag, but American submariners got there first: The USS Nautilus did a polar drive-by in 1958.

15. Robert E. Peary beat the Nautilus by nearly half a century. His team made what he claimed was the first recorded trip to the terrestrial North Pole in 1909 by dog sled.

16. But physician and Arctic explorer Frederick Cook said he reached the pole in April 1908. Subsequent research has cast doubt on both claims, but Peary had the better PR machine and is generally considered the guy who (probably) got there first.

17. When he arrived, Peary made the bold decree that he’d “formally taken possession of the entire region, and adjacent,” for the United States. It didn’t stick. A century later, what country owns which piece of the Arctic is still a contentious issue.

18. This new cold war is all about trade and resources: According to a 2008 study by the U.S. Geologic Survey, the Arctic has 20 percent of the planet’s undiscovered and recoverable oil and natural gas deposits.

19. Most of the oil and gas deposits are likely within 200-nautical-mile exclusive economic zones belonging to countries with Arctic coasts. Analysts believe the seabed at the actual terrestrial North Pole — located some 2.5 miles beneath the waves — is probably bereft of resources.

20. The North Pole’s future is cloudy. No, really. In August, NASA launched ARISE, a program to measure how cloud cover may be accelerating sea ice melt around the pole.


posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 04:53 PM
a reply to: 772STi

Your post is something i will care for long time! , thanks for this.

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 04:57 PM
a reply to: heineken
No problem I always contribute when I can. And im always happy to help solve people questions about this truly bizarre universe and all the odd things going on in it.

Keep watching the sky and please post anymore weird or unusual occurrences you might find.

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 05:13 PM
a reply to: exdog5

The north pole in this video is nothing like the north pole i know.

I'm convinced that there are others like me who used to locate research stations in the north pole from google earth. There we some countries like England and United States.

If you ever checked out the north pole in google earth, your mind must be blown because the north pole here is so thin that its not captured by google earth.

So basically for Google earth the north pole should have always looked like this >

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 05:24 PM
Not to be dismissive or insulting, but I have come to believe the Mandela Effect is a bit like a "mass psychosis" on a smaller scale. Now before you get offended, let me finish. As I've said before, I have no issue with time being dynamic, rather than static. It very well might be to at least some extent, and the majority of us wouldn't know or remember, nor would there be any physical evidence. But the overwhelming majority of what people attribute to this "effect" is just plain old bad memory.
edit on 7/21/2016 by Klassified because: edit

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 05:28 PM
a reply to: heineken

I remember the nurses at the Drs offices used to put two fingers in the center of the wrist for pulse, this is the way it was done in movies also.

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 05:31 PM
No offence but wtf are you talking about?

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 05:55 PM
a reply to: Klassified

thank you for your input.

if being so close to the black is the norm for you I understand.

I can still program in zx spectrum's basic which i did in the 80's , and remember by hearth all the software I created in my life. Sometimes I have to update software I did 20 years ago and I remember it all and takes me nothing to navigate.

I definitely rule out bad memory on something so important to me , like how far we are from the black hole.

I am also sure, there are more like me, because this was so real for me.

And also i'm going to do my little part in knowing whats going on, because if for whatever reason, natural course or human intervention , we moved universe, I would like to be made aware of and start to appreciate and learn.

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 06:01 PM
a reply to: Misterlondon

No offence at all.

Do you sir remember our solar system to be so close to the centre of the milky way ?

Its a good way to start understanding if you may be interested in knowing more.

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 06:50 PM
I remember being on an outer spiral arm, nowhere near where it shows today. Is it a correction after further scientific study using advanced telescopes? I don't know, but I do agree the night sky has changed. I watched a documentary once that interviewed a lot of native Alaskan people. All the older ones knew the sun rose over a particular point of land to the left of a mountain peak. They said it rises in a completely different spot today. Has there been a shift in the axis?

I also remember the Pleiades being much further away. It seems to be much closer and I have been looking at the night sky for the last 30 years. I would think that all the astronomers in the world would be the first to notice, but I haven't heard from them on this.

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 07:09 PM
There are possible residuals for all of the oddities it seems if you look.

A few examples I found with a quick look.

posted on Jul, 21 2016 @ 07:11 PM
If this is just faulty memory then why does the same occurrence affect multiple people? Why do we have the same wrong memory?

I also remember the earth being on the outer limits of our galaxy.

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