Paul Wagner #conspiracy #ufo #magick #dunning-kruger

The concept of The Mandela Effect is simple. Over time, a few minor details surrounding significant events, and therefore our perception of these events, might somehow change and may continue to improve in the years ahead.

In other words, the tried and true spacetime continuum that appears to be the backbone of our collective, three-dimensional, physical reality might have a ripple in it. It also may have produced a sister, parallel universe, which has birthed different scenarios, events, identities, constructs, and relationships.
Since wormholes are bridges through spacetime, we could use them to travel into the past or the future. The challenge here is that we don’t know how to build wormholes. Further, we would need negative energies or exotic matter to do this, which we don’t fully understand and have not yet created.

This doesn’t mean that aliens and biengs from other dimensions are not already building wormholes which could be affecting our current perspective of reality and giving birth to additional spacetime loops and potentialities.
The quantum theory related to The Mandela Effect goes something like this: As quantum computers interact with the various states of the atomic and subatomic particles within their spheres, they affect other particles within the realities of different dimensions. Some say this alone could change specific details surrounding specific events.
Some fervent, conspiracy theorists are so confident that Switzerland’s CERN organization is at the helm of universal particle manipulation, they’ve renamed The Mandela Effect, “The Cern Mandela Effect” and “The Cern Quantum Effect.”
Time will tell whether The Mandela Effect, CERN, D-Wave and quantum computing will help us understand time-travel, particles, wormholes, changes in prior realities, and the creation of accessible time loops.

In the meantime, let’s stay in the present moment, meditate on our expansiveness, and do our best to love each other.



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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