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Mind Games - Short Cons and Long Cons
Have you ever noticed how people get caught up in using the terminology of advanced subjects they know little or nothing about? Without fully understanding the science they throw around terms like quantum effect residue, multiverses, string theory blah blah blah. As if saying these words will make them sound smarter, or magically provide them with an understanding of quantum physics. 
This may be an example of fear of the unknown. 
FYI, Google algorithm results bring up a mistranslation for fear of the unknown in the Greek. Psychologists claim the word xenophobia apparently has a broader meaning in their psychobabble. This is an example of how the ideology behind Cultural Marxism can be programmed in search engines. 
Are content creators redefining words to push forward a Marxist agenda?

The psychological term for fear of the unknown is “xenophobia.” In modern usage, the word has evolved to mean the fear of strangers or foreigners — but its original meaning is much broader. It includes anything or anyone that's unfamiliar or unknown. Jul. 23, 2020


Fear of the Unknown: Causes, Symptoms, Risk Factors, & Treatment (healthline.com)

  1. What happens when xenophobia which literally means fear of strangers is given a broader meaning? 
  2. What happens when psychologists give the word xenophobia a new meaning by adding physical symptoms? Compared to the character Alex in the film A Clockwork Orange brainwashing experiments using Beethoven's 5th symphony against him. 
  3. Is this a way to mitigate racist sentiments? 
  4. How will this affect a person's mental health? 


For example, depression is a serious illness where some people need to take paid leave off from work to heal. So, does this mean there's going to be health coverage for people who suffer from xenophobia? 
I can't work because I feel sick to my stomach every time, I see (a White, Black, or Asian etc.) I must be suffering from xenophobia. 
 The correct translation for fear of the unknown in Greek is not xenophobia, but agnostophobia.


The algorithms that assess, sort, and rank results for search queries are inherently biased—that is, they give priority to results that fit certain criteria. Google's algorithms are not available to the public, but they do share best practices, which reveal the types of content they are biased towards. Apr 7, 2021



Note: There are Safe Search features available on most search engines 
  1. Google Search results of Greece - News, article from jacobinmag.com came in fourth on the list of top search results
  2. Microsoft Bing Greece - Bing News
  3. Yahoo Greece - News
  4. Baidu is the dominant internet search engine company in China 
  5. Yandex launched in 1997, Yandex is most used search engine in Russia 
  6. DuckDuckGo Greece - News
  7. Ask.com Search results of Greece - News Today 
  8. Ecosia Greece - News
  9. Aol.com Greece
  10. Internet Archive is the internet archive search engine. You can use it to find out how a web site looked since 1996.


  1. Psychologists use the term “gaslighting” to refer to a specific type of manipulation where the manipulator is trying to get someone else (or a group of people) to question their own reality, memory or perceptions. And it's always a serious problem, according to psychologists. Jul 13, 2018 
  2. The Mandela effect is an unusual phenomenon where a large group of people remember something differently than how it occurred. Conspiracy theorists believe this is proof of an alternate universe, while many doctors use it as an illustration of how imperfect memory can be sometimes. 
  3. A Guide to Gaslighting (domesticshelters.org) 
  4. What is gaslighting? And how do you know if it's happening to you? (nbcnews.com)


Why do people online use media from alternative movie scenes, tv shows, the news, or commercials as an example of the Mandela effect
This is not proof of a multiverse. Instead, this causes people to question reality and their own sanity.
Television and films are not reality!
Then again, I'm not suggesting the Mandela effect isn't possible, I'm pointing out the examples people use online to explain the Mandela effect are questionable. 
Want to understand this better?
Just put yourself in the director's chair. 
On film sets when a movie is being made, they usually go through many takes for each scene. Let's say for example a director wasn't happy with a scene which had an actor wearing a black jacket because it didn't film well and wasn't visually pleasing.
Well, in Take2 or Take3 of that same scene an actor may be wearing a red jacket, or no jacket at all.
These scenes or takes which were cut from the film are not destroyed, instead they're archived.
As part of a social experiment, it wouldn't be inconceivable for a team of sociologists to gain access to the film reels and have these old films released online. 
Only this time, the movies, tv shows and commercials may be a little different from what people remember. 
Thus, the illusion of a false Mandela effect. 


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Over the years the media has conditioned the masses through social engineering which they market as entertainment.


Hollywood entertains us with film, tv shows, commercials, radio, music, social media and the Internet etc.


Once the masses have been fully indoctrinated and their point of reference for reality becomes Hollywood itself, then (we) as the audience become the entertainment for these Hollywood psychopaths.

This could be a form of satanic inversion.


Trevor Aaronson • TED2015 (7 years ago)

How this FBI strategy is actually creating US-based terrorists

There's an organization responsible for more terrorism plots in the United States than al-Qaeda, al-Shabaab and ISIS combined: The FBI. How? Why? In an eye-opening talk, investigative journalist Trevor Aaronson reveals a disturbing FBI practice that breeds terrorist plots by exploiting Muslim-Americans with mental health problems.
Propaganda or Truth?
  • If the CIA had a hand in creating the Taliban, could governments around the world be involved in radicalizing people online? 
  • From groups like ANTIFA, to lone wolf attacks, far-right extremist groups, and incels, have some members of the government, law enforcement agencies and research institutes, participated in the online indoctrination of their own citizens? 
  • Have online forums and platforms on social media such as Twitter or Facebook served as breeding grounds for radicalizing individuals and keeping tabs on them for research purposes?




Step 1 - Indoctrination


Step 2 - Collusion



Step 3 - Entrapment



Ex KGB agent Yuri Bezmenov exposes 4 stages of Communist takeover of a country (opindia.com)



  1. Silencing-Dissent.pdf (cldc.org) 
  2. Agent provocateur - Wikipedia 
  3. Fifth column - Wikipedia 


What is social engineering in government?



Social engineering is a top-down effort to influence particular attitudes and social behaviors on a large scale—most often undertaken by governments, but also carried out by media, academia or private groups—in order to produce desired characteristics in a target population.




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I just stumbled upon this video that could explain The Mandela Effect and time-travel. Lots of coincidences here:


  John G. Trump/Tesla/CERN Connection. TimeTravel + New Yorker Tesla Experiment. Books-Baron Trump



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Anyone ever experience the Mandela effect?


Please share your experience.


I remember C3PO being all gold then they said he was never  all gold and had a red arm, then he never had a red arm he has a silver leg below the knee.



My neighbour's mother died, and two years later, I went to a free lecture and she walks in.  My head was spinning. it was a good think I was sitting down.

I know she died of stage four cancer.

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