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5 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Not totally similar, but to cut a long story short I cannot find any online references to pretty much everything I knew as a kid....schools, friends etc. Now, with the number of people I've come into contact with, you would think something is out there. I was at places with kids who have gone onto to be quite well-known, pretty famous...actors, sportsmen, etc...yet in their online bios/sites/interviews they never mention the school we went to. They leave it out, they say they were from a neighbouring town, stuff like that. It is kind of weird, as if an entire era has been eradicated. Even my old school websites and archives skip the years I was there.

 

Maybe it's all on Facebook?!

 

 

 

 

Maybe it's all being moved to Meta...the new Facebook?

You'll have to pay to visit your past. Only now, it will have advertisements. "More tea with Granny, after these messages from Depends..."

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Here is what I think. We are at the point of redemption when most of us will enter the kingdom of heaven - zion. This is the time, right now. The evil in this world were left behind and the earth becomes a living hell for them. As they hide in there bunkers during a third and then fourth world war they do indeed inherit the earth. A barren lifeless planet decimated by the elites greed and want of power. They are given one last chance by God to go back and undo what they did to the world by travelling back to the past to prevent the catastrophe.

 

The UFO's we see are time travellers. They are the elite from the future. The ones that tortured and murdered millions of people in their quest for zion. 

 

They are transhuman like merged with robotics and are barely human. They are the psychopaths and monsters and control the world. They changed the timeline numerous times. But each time they get the same fate. A future so terrible they try to go back in time to change it.

 

Have no fear. Death is not the end of us but for them they will be given eternal life in hell. 

 

 

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47 minutes ago, KingKitty said:

Maybe it's all being moved to Meta...the new Facebook?

You'll have to pay to visit your past. Only now, it will have advertisements. "More tea with Granny, after these messages from Depends..."

What's also freaking me out a little is that my dear Mum now has next to no recollections about anything from my childhood. I put it down to the effects of getting old etc, but not even some prompting and talking about quite key moments that she was 100% involved in can convince her they actually happened.

 

So in essence my entire childhood and adolescence is only living on in my own memory, as I have no contact with anyone else from that time (and a lot have passed on, of course).

 

 

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Was listening to internet radio this morning when I heard this song:

 

..at about 1:14 in the song, "Mirror, mirror on the wall..."

 

This song was released by Steppenwolf in 1971. It was written a few years earlier when the band was called  Mars Bonfire. What I would like to see/hear are examples of "magic mirror" in some kind of popular culture from any time prior to 1990's. Not sure it would prove anything, but I'd be curious to know. I've not come upon any just yet.

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20 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

What's also freaking me out a little is that my dear Mum now has next to no recollections about anything from my childhood. I put it down to the effects of getting old etc, but not even some prompting and talking about quite key moments that she was 100% involved in can convince her they actually happened.

 

So in essence my entire childhood and adolescence is only living on in my own memory, as I have no contact with anyone else from that time (and a lot have passed on, of course).

 

 

Check old photographs of yourself. If it looks like the images of you are starting to fade, like Marty McFly's brother and sister did, I think you have to date your mother. Easy for him. His mom was Leah Thompson.

Lea-Thompson-Image-source-hawtcelebs.com

Good luck, Marty. May the Freud be with you. 

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On 3/1/2022 at 3:59 PM, KingKitty said:

Prior to being slightly derailed, I was going to ask if anyone has experienced a ME in their own life that wasn't regarding anything to do with popular culture or names, phrases, etc.?

 

I don't have any specific examples to hand, but there have definitely been occasions in the past where things have seemed 'off', though I've often just brushed them off as 'faulty memories'.

 

Like when I've had conversations with people, and they will reminisce about things, "you remember the time when you..." etc and I have no idea what they're talking about.

 

There's a bit of parkland near me that I sometimes like to go and have a walk through. There have been occasions when I start walking along the main path, and the place just seems different: certain trees, bushes and overgrowth either not where I remember them, or have vanished altogether.

 

I also keep referring to past events from "a few years ago" even though they may have happened 15 to 20 years ago.

 

It may be the case that time is being manipulated, but it is equally likely that our memories are being manipulated, and that is relatively easy to do now collectively on a grand scale, if people are able to rewrite or 'edit' the past.

 

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36 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Like when I've had conversations with people, and they will reminisce about things, "you remember the time when you..." etc and I have no idea what they're talking about.

 

I'm glad that I'm not the only one. 

This happens many times with me. 

It's as if they're talking about someone else completely. 

Did we experience different pasts with each other..? 

 

But... I can name untold amounts of songs from the first few notes and normally get the year of release within a year or two. So I don't think I'm going senile. 

BC 

 

 

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7 hours ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

I don't have any specific examples to hand, but there have definitely been occasions in the past where things have seemed 'off', though I've often just brushed them off as 'faulty memories'.

 

Like when I've had conversations with people, and they will reminisce about things, "you remember the time when you..." etc and I have no idea what they're talking about.

 

There's a bit of parkland near me that I sometimes like to go and have a walk through. There have been occasions when I start walking along the main path, and the place just seems different: certain trees, bushes and overgrowth either not where I remember them, or have vanished altogether.

 

I also keep referring to past events from "a few years ago" even though they may have happened 15 to 20 years ago.

 

It may be the case that time is being manipulated, but it is equally likely that our memories are being manipulated, and that is relatively easy to do now collectively on a grand scale, if people are able to rewrite or 'edit' the past.

 

Is it me or is time getting quicker? Its quite frightening. 

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8 hours ago, Basket Case said:

 

I'm glad that I'm not the only one. 

This happens many times with me. 

It's as if they're talking about someone else completely. 

Did we experience different pasts with each other..? 

 

But... I can name untold amounts of songs from the first few notes and normally get the year of release within a year or two. So I don't think I'm going senile. 

BC 

 

 

I can remember stuff from a certain period like it was yesterday. Absolutely as vivid as you like.

 

And then, somepoint in the 1990s, it all comes apart. Obviously I recall things, but the clarity is gone. And that's completely fucked by the time we go into the 00s and beyond. It's almost like it never happened. I've got evidence I was there...I wrote stuff....and went places....but it's like looking at someone else's existence. Like I stopped being me for about 10-15 years.

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On 3/12/2022 at 8:37 AM, Grumpy Owl said:

 

I don't have any specific examples to hand, but there have definitely been occasions in the past where things have seemed 'off', though I've often just brushed them off as 'faulty memories'.

 

Like when I've had conversations with people, and they will reminisce about things, "you remember the time when you..." etc and I have no idea what they're talking about.

 

There's a bit of parkland near me that I sometimes like to go and have a walk through. There have been occasions when I start walking along the main path, and the place just seems different: certain trees, bushes and overgrowth either not where I remember them, or have vanished altogether.

 

I also keep referring to past events from "a few years ago" even though they may have happened 15 to 20 years ago.

 

It may be the case that time is being manipulated, but it is equally likely that our memories are being manipulated, and that is relatively easy to do now collectively on a grand scale, if people are able to rewrite or 'edit' the past.

 

This, I fear, is just called "getting older", my friend. 

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On 3/12/2022 at 5:31 PM, Anti Facts Sir said:

I can remember stuff from a certain period like it was yesterday. Absolutely as vivid as you like.

 

And then, somepoint in the 1990s, it all comes apart. Obviously I recall things, but the clarity is gone. And that's completely fucked by the time we go into the 00s and beyond. It's almost like it never happened. I've got evidence I was there...I wrote stuff....and went places....but it's like looking at someone else's existence. Like I stopped being me for about 10-15 years.

There have been discussions on whether or not the world actually ended in 1999 and we have been in a simulation since. I'm not sure if I read about it at this forum or not. If it was, it would have been the old version. It would explain why just about everything went to crap after the Nineties.

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4 minutes ago, KingKitty said:

There have been discussions on whether or not the world actually ended in 1999 and we have been in a simulation since. I'm not sure if I read about it at this forum or not. If it was, it would have been the old version. It would explain why just about everything went to crap after the Nineties.

 

It would explain a lot indeed.

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On 3/12/2022 at 4:16 PM, Fluke said:

Is it me or is time getting quicker? Its quite frightening. 

Art Bell referred to this as "The Quickening". It's a reference to how things seem to speed up, the way water circles a drain. Events happening more often, more frequent, more intense, etc., until we are "down the drain", if you will. The book (The Quickening) was written originally in the 70's and was updated in the 90's.

 

There is also Terence McKenna's "Timewave Zero" theory. 

Terence McKenna said the Timewave was his most important idea. He got it from an alien entity in the DMT dimension. According to Terence McKenna and his Timewave Zero, time is speeding up - exponentially.

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35 minutes ago, DarianF said:

 

It would explain a lot indeed.

In all seriousness, just from a pop culture perspective. Since we've entered the 2000's, there hasn't been anything that has been created that is original. Clothes/fashions, music, television, movies...all of it simply borrows from all the past cultures, namely from the 1940's through the 1980's. The "Hipster" movement was/is a perfect example of this idea. Their wardrobes consisted of things borrowed from 50's through the 80's. Technology for making, creating, marketing, selling of all things popular culture has changed/evolved/advanced, but there is nothing new being sold when it comes to music, movies, television.

 

As some have suggested, it's as if the world as we know it ended sometime near the end of 1999 and we have been existing in a simulation since. And, the "program" that created/creates our perceived reality can not actually "create" anything....(a genuine limitation a real AI machine/program would have)...so, it simply borrows from all of our past popular cultures. Of course, an alien entity could also be void of human creativity and would need to do much the same. It is said some aliens are quite intimidated by human creativity. I'm pretty sure that's who's bangin' on my walls when I play my guitars.

 

This all still can play a part in or be a part of the MF. Perhaps a certain percentage of us had to "relive" a portion of our lives in order to sync us all up with the new perceived dimension? Perhaps they had a few technical gaffes and continuity errors in the process? Perhaps I've had too much of the catnip this afternoon? Hell no! Tonight I'm gonna party like it's...

 

 

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On 3/13/2022 at 12:16 AM, Fluke said:

Is it me or is time getting quicker? Its quite frightening. 

I've been discussing this a lot lately with a friend as we have both noticed this. 

It's really weird...

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2 hours ago, allymisfit said:

I've been discussing this a lot lately with a friend as we have both noticed this. 

It's really weird...

One minute I'm playing knock down ginger without a care in the world, going to school next thing I'm staring at a monstrousity in the mirror with greying hairs and a rear in the eye wondering where did all the time go. 

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I think quantum computing is very real evidence that at least in some branches of science that parallel universes/realities are not only real but exploitable. But its still a bastardisation of reality as the number of them are infinite, but that doesn't stop some people trying to calculate and predict and thus exploit those just as real realities that haven't fabricated here for whatever reason. 

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10 hours ago, allymisfit said:

I've been discussing this a lot lately with a friend as we have both noticed this. 

It's really weird...

 

I have been saying lately to anyone who will listen that I feel time is speeding up. Time passes by in a blur and, when people ask me how my week has been, I have to think hard as to what actually happened. It is helpful to know other people have noticed changes as some just look at me curiously when I bring up the topic.

A number of my work colleagues have too been relating how time keeps escaping them. Blink and it is the afternoon or another day, week or month. Maybe it could be put down to how busy we are, but we have always been busy.

Some have suggested that the sense of time speeding up is part of getting older but I feel there is more to it than that. If time is passing more quickly, getting older would coincide with that anyway. So is ageing definitely the real cause?

King Kitty's suggestion of "the quickening" is interesting with some sources contemplating the possibility that this may correlate with changes to the Schumann Resonance. Apparently, whilst claims that the Schumann Resonance has risen overall from the base frequency of 7.83Hz may not necessarily be true, it may be that the higher harmonics are being recorded more often and with greater power potentially causing changes to our energetic reality, physiology and wellbeing.

 

https://www.soundintentions.com/2020/04/schumann-resonance-is-it-changing/

 

Some theorise that, with these higher frequencies becoming more powerful, time is passing more quickly. I don't know if this is true, but I am adding it as a possible avenue of investigation.

For anyone that wants to take a look, the HeartMath Institute (a favourite of DI) has several sites across the world where they track hourly changes in the Schumann Resonance via their magnetometers.

 

https://www.heartmath.org/gci/gcms/live-data/gcms-magnetometer/

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45 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

 

I have been saying lately to anyone who will listen that I feel time is speeding up. Time passes by in a blur and, when people ask me how my week has been, I have to think hard as to what actually happened. It is helpful to know other people have noticed changes as some just look at me curiously when I bring up the topic.

A number of my work colleagues have too been relating how time keeps escaping them. Blink and it is the afternoon or another day, week or month. Maybe it could be put down to how busy we are, but we have always been busy.

Some have suggested that the sense of time speeding up is part of getting older but I feel there is more to it than that. If time is passing more quickly, getting older would coincide with that anyway. So is ageing definitely the real cause?

King Kitty's suggestion of "the quickening" is interesting with some sources contemplating the possibility that this may correlate with changes to the Schumann Resonance. Apparently, whilst claims that the Schumann Resonance has risen overall from the base frequency of 7.83Hz may not necessarily be true, it may be that the higher harmonics are being recorded more often and with greater power potentially causing changes to our energetic reality, physiology and wellbeing.

 

https://www.soundintentions.com/2020/04/schumann-resonance-is-it-changing/

 

Some theorise that, with these higher frequencies becoming more powerful, time is passing more quickly. I don't know if this is true, but I am adding it as a possible avenue of investigation.

For anyone that wants to take a look, the HeartMath Institute (a favourite of DI) has several sites across the world where they track hourly changes in the Schumann Resonance via their magnetometers.

 

https://www.heartmath.org/gci/gcms/live-data/gcms-magnetometer/


“Quantum computation […] will be the first technology that allows useful tasks to be performed in collaboration between parallel universes” – David Deutsch, “The Fabric of Reality”

So, what does this have to do with quantum computing? The key word here is quantum, and quantum theory is something that still boggles the brightest minds of today as it is so counterintuitive. Among many of the apparent paradoxes the theory presents is that a particle can exist in more than one place at a time

Being in two places at once can have a lot of advantages, but if a particle can be in more than one place at the same time, where is that other place? Where does it go?

Enter parallel universes.

Are we inadvertently taking away from this reality as well? We like to invent things and sometimes we find out we are doing more harm than good. If we are taking away from this reality could it be changing our sense of time perception?

That said more realistically SR will be playing a part for sure, how can it not be? Its a standing wave of Electromagnetism that is very similar to our brainwaves speed range, *just looked it up, its actually a brainwave speed Theta. 

Theta (θ) 4–8 Hz Deeply relaxed, inward focused

 

If the upper harmonics of SR are indeed becoming more prominent then the speed in which our brains across the world will be firing voltage across the synapses would increase, could that change the perception of time? I absolutely think so. I don't know, but makes perfect sense.

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Could the Mandela Effect have anything to do with the way our minds perceive, create and remember reality?

 

 

 

 

..................... Then there's the theory a man named Nick Hinton posted on Twitter that went viral, detailing how the world actually ended in 2012 as the Mayans predicted, and that we’re now living in an alternate reality.

 

Conspiracy theory suggesting the world ended in 2012 - Nick Hinton

https://thechive.com/2019/09/18/conspiracy-theory-suggesting-the-world-ended-in-2012-will-blow-your-mind-39-photos/

 

This Haunts Me: Did Scientists at CERN End the World in 2012?

Can the strangeness of recent history be blamed on scientists meddling with forces beyond their understanding?

https://www.popdust.com/cern-lhc-scientists-2012-2649034838.html

 

 I'm keeping an open mind to all possibilities, but this topic is something I've been pondering for a while.

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so we literally create our own reality? is that individual or collective? 

Brings me to a thought, double slit experiment without an observer would not contain particles as we hallucinate them as we (our thinking) is the duality of that experiment.

Everything is light.

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6 hours ago, TheConsultant said:

so we literally create our own reality? is that individual or collective? 

Brings me to a thought, double slit experiment without an observer would not contain particles as we hallucinate them as we (our thinking) is the duality of that experiment.

Everything is light.

 

As a disclaimer, please be aware that my comments and beliefs are changing daily and I'm still trying to wrap my head around this quantum field thing.

 

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"so we literally create our own reality? is that individual or collective? "

Since we are all connected, I think it is both. It may start with an individual or group of individuals, but the connection between us affects the whole collective.

 

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"Brings me to a thought, double slit experiment without an observer would not contain particles as we hallucinate them as we (our thinking) is the duality of that experiment."

To my understanding, you cannot do a quantum experiment without an observer. Without an observer, you have an energy/information waveform, that will transform into matter (particles) once observed. When you look away, matter reverts back into energy. Einstein's E=MC squared supports this idea that mind and matter are correlated. A mind always has to be present because it will influence the outcome.

 

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Everything is light.

There is a field of information beyond space and time - beyond light where everything is unified.

 

If you have the interest, check out the movie "What the Bleep Do We Know!?" ........... but bring your popcorn and refreshments because it's a 3 hr flick.

 

What the Bleep Do We Know postulates the existence of a spiritual connection between the realms of quantum physics and consciousness, demonstrating this through inspiring visual effects, story-telling and interviews with experts. The narrative follows a fictional photographer, Amanda, through her emotional and existential journey of life. Her perceptions of reality are challenged and she begins to realize how the material world is impacted by the consciousness of individuals and groups.

 

 

Pertaining directly to your comment, a much shorter video (11:52) by Joe Dispenza called "How to Bend Reality" might help answer the questions at hand.

 

 

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