Mandela Effect IN MY LIFE? My father’s life story has CHANGED!

life story eyesI have always been skeptical about the idea of the Mandela Effect. Seems there is always an alternate, more rational explanation. Recently, I had seen a video of a woman telling about how she had had an experience of this phenomenon in her personal life. I thought that would indeed be compelling, but nothing like that had ever happened to me- and not long after, something just like that did happen.

You can hear the story in the video below.

Some additional details to clarify:

In the original story, my father was arrested when he went into the police station. In the new version, he was arrested for selling vodka and bagels for a street gang he was in. When I asked my brother about this- he confirmed the new version! However, he did agree that our father had gotten in trouble by going into a police station, and that they had tried to detain him, but that he had somehow gotten away from them. How do you get away from the Russian police when you are in their station?

In the original story, my father had never worn the star of David, and had managed to escape the Nazis by simply walking out of the town without arousing suspicion.  In the new version, he had worn the star. Obviously, he couldn’t have been wearing it when he left, but he supposedly had worn it at some point- but when would that have been, since he left on the first day they made the Jews wear it? Did he now leave on some other day?

In the original story, my father was homeless for a time after being released from the gulag in accordance with a treaty that liberated all Polish prisoners, and he made several failed attempts to join the army before he was finally accepted. In the new version, he was homeless before he was sent to the gulag, and he was liberated by two agents in exchange for going directly into the army to join the Allies.

Some have proposed that perhaps my father didn’t tell me the full story because he didn’t want to upset me. I doubt that, because why would he tell me that he was a ‘sneak thief’ but not that he sold vodka? How is it worse to sell vodka? How is it so much worse to be in a gang than to be doing these things alone? And why would he have changed the time line of events, to give me one version and another to the boys?

So what happened here? Is someone not getting their story straight- or did I just have my first experience with the Mandela Effect?

 

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One response to “Mandela Effect IN MY LIFE? My father’s life story has CHANGED!

  1. I have very much enjoyed your Youtube videos and wanted to tell you that Mandela effects aside, my mother gaslighted me for years about things that I know happened in my past and now swears never happened. I consider myself very fortunate to have a sister who remembers my version of our shared family history.

    I wanted to also say that I have watched videos about your son and your struggles, and what you feed him is your business, of course as his mother, but in my own experience, when I started a plant based diet in May and gave up meat, wheat, dairy, sugar and aspartame, I’ve lost 24 lbs and brought my anxiety, weight and blood pressure down and no longer suffer from chronic disabling fibromyalgia and joint pain.

    This has not been a hardship at all, and I start every day with a pea protein powder drink with kale or spinach, soy milk and frozen blueberries, chia seeds and a spoonful of coconut oil, this keeps me going for 5 hours or so,

    Sugary sodas are the worst, except for aspartame which is in all sugar free drinks and even sugary gums now. It is a neurotoxin, neruroexciter and has no place in a human diet.

    https://nutritionfacts.org/2016/09/01/side-effects-of-aspartame-on-the-brain/

    Lastly, I watched a video of yours where you said you were taking B-12 orally. That is a waste of time and money, you can find intra-nasal gels, sprays and B-12 patches online, that will deliver the B-12 right into your bloodstream, taking it orally does no good.

    Keep up the good work and all my best for you and your family,

    On Sat, May 27, 2017 at 9:22 PM, The Truther Girls’ Blog wrote:

    > thetruthergirls posted: “I have always been skeptical about the idea of > the Mandela Effect. Seems there is always an alternate, more rational > explanation. Recently, I had seen a video of a woman telling about how she > had had an experience of this phenomenon in her personal life. ” >

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