Sunday, December 15, 2013

Is this timeline's Mandela Effect over now than he has been buried?

A long nightmare of a time slip is over. Nelson Mandela has been buried in the Eastern Cape Hills where he was born in South Africa.. Robyn Dixon of the LA TIMES wrote this for historical record:  South Africans buried their anti-apartheid hero, Nelson Mandela, in the rolling green Eastern Cape hills where he was born, after a stirring ceremony marked by stories of his mischievous side and his love of children.    President Jacob Zuma stood and sang in his rich, mellow voice in tribute to Mandela, and the mourners rose as one and joined him, the harmony rising into the black domed roof of a marquee the size of a football field.   And it’s over. This time. In this time line.. I have written—almost to an annoying decibel this week—about my newfound love of the mystery of time. It began when my father was rushed to the hospital for a life threatening matter, and now it ends today when Nelson Mandela is actually buried. Why would Mandela have anything to do with feelings of deja vu and ‘being here before’ but in a different way? If you  missed my week of updates you may want to track back a little, and perhaps read up on the Mandela Effect. I am very dubious of paranormal activity. I have true doubts about things that even happen before my eyes—lights and dust make ghosts for lots of people, not me.  But this week, as soon as Mandela’s funeral began and my father’s near life ending experience started, weird occurrences happened to me and others. It was as if a timeline was adulterated. Like something went wrong ‘here’ and had to be corrected by what was right ‘there’ ..  I went back this week and listened to a Coast to Coast show that Whitley Streiber guest hosted. He interviewed Starfire Tor. During their show, a weird event was transmitted to people listening. Streiber’s wife and Tor entered a bathroom with only two stalls.. however, three people left the bathroom after using it—seemingly odd but something many would brush off. Not Streiber and Starfire.. instead they concluded that only there was no way a third person could have done her ‘business’ with only the potential for two women to. Time slipping away… But now today, Sunday, things seem to be getting a little better and more in tune with how they should be. If all goes well, the personal family struggle will end tomorrow with my father’s arrival back home. And it conincides with the burial of Nelson Mandela. The timeline perhaps has finally been corrected. Maybe Marty McFly was able to get back to 1955, or 2014.. Or whatever year he was going to. The Mandela Effect…. is it real?

Robyn Dixon of the LA TIMES wrote this for historical record:
South Africans buried their anti-apartheid hero, Nelson Mandela, in the rolling green Eastern Cape hills where he was born, after a stirring ceremony marked by stories of his mischievous side and his love of children.
President Jacob Zuma stood and sang in his rich, mellow voice in tribute to Mandela, and the mourners rose as one and joined him, the harmony rising into the black domed roof of a marquee the size of a football field.
And it’s over. This time. In this time line..
I have written—almost to an annoying decibel this week—about my newfound love of the mystery of time. It began when my father was rushed to the hospital for a life threatening matter, and now it ends today when Nelson Mandela is actually buried.
Why would Mandela have anything to do with feelings of deja vu and ‘being here before’ but in a different way? If you  missed my week of updates you may want to track back a little, and perhaps read up on the Mandela Effect.
I am very dubious of paranormal activity. I have true doubts about things that even happen before my eyes—lights and dust make ghosts for lots of people, not me. 
But this week, as soon as Mandela’s funeral began and my father’s near life ending experience started, weird occurrences happened to me and others. It was as if a timeline was adulterated. Like something went wrong ‘here’ and had to be corrected by what was right ‘there’ .. 
I went back this week and listened to a Coast to Coast show that Whitley Streiber guest hosted. He interviewed Starfire Tor. During their show, a weird event was transmitted to people listening. Streiber’s wife and Tor entered a bathroom with only two stalls.. however, three people left the bathroom after using it—seemingly odd but something many would brush off. Not Streiber and Starfire.. instead they concluded that only there was no way a third person could have done her ‘business’ with only the potential for two women to. Time slipping away…
But now today, Sunday, things seem to be getting a little better and more in tune with how they should be. If all goes well, the personal family struggle will end tomorrow with my father’s arrival back home.
And it conincides with the burial of Nelson Mandela.
The timeline perhaps has finally been corrected. Maybe Marty McFly was able to get back to 1955, or 2014.. Or whatever year he was going to.
The Mandela Effect…. is it real?

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