The quantum world held a fascination for me, along with astronomy and astrology, chemistry and alchemy, the hard sciences and their metaphysical sources. I pursued these interests by studying the hard sciences at college and university, where in addition to taking classes, I also tutored astronomy and ran the astronomy lab. I spent my free time scouring through religious, theosophical, and mystical texts – knowing that somewhere between science and mysticism I might find God.
The Mandela Effect surfaced prominently in my life in 2016, when the VW logo on my car’s steering wheel rather miraculously changed from what it had been in 2012, adding a well-defined space between the V and the W, I knew something scientific and mystical was happening, since I had been Mandela Effect-affected since the mid-1990s. Nelson Mandela sprang back to life for me at an event in London with the Spice Girls in the mid-90s, after having died in prison just weeks before his release in the late 1980s. Why am I so sure? Because I went to South Africa to interview him while he was still in prison, and I covered political reactions to his death as part of a radio network news team, around 1987.
Now the Mandela Effect had my full attention. And after going down what I call the first M.E. Rabbit Holes of CERN, quantum computing, simulation theory and time travel – I felt they did not offer completely rational and satisfactory explanations for something as big as material objects and non-material names, places, iconic movie lines and book titles flipping and flopping into different versions of themselves continually. Of course as individuals, we might think we had lost our memory, but fortunately there are thousands, if not millions of other people who remember these things having been different in the past – in the exact same way. A thousand people misremembering something should misremember it in a thousand different ways, not in one way.
Even though I took hard sciences as electives, my degree from Loyola University in Chicago is in Broadcast Communication with a minor in Psychology, so I am well aware of what is called confabulation – where a person changes a memory usually as a result of suggestion, or trauma. I notice the authorities are peculiarly silent on the topic, occasionally throwing out the label of confabulation to M.E. experiencers. However, the most striking reason the label cannot fit the experience is that thousands of people cannot make up the exact same false memory of something at the same time with no communication between them. Unless of course they are willing to admit to a human hive mind and the possibility that we are all part of one super human consciousness. So, for the moment at least, silence is the best approach from the authorities because science cannot as yet explain the phenomenon … or can it?
There are many quantum possible explanations for the Mandela Effect experience in consciousness that my friend and co-presenter Cynthia Sue Larson will cover so much better than I ever could. What I would like to share with you here are some of the cosmic or macro observations of changes that could be related to, or even causing the Mandela Effect.
In researching the bigger picture, I found the Grand Solar Minimum, a theorized 400 year period that our sun has reportedly entered, with fewer solar flares and increased Coronal Mass Ejections – creating geomagnetic storms on Earth. These magnetic storm are known to create more frequent and stronger aurora borealis and interfere with electrical communication equipment, but they also weaken the Earth’s magnetosphere  – which is directly related to the Schumann Resonance. And when the Schumann Resonance–the Earth’s hum at a usual 7.83 hertz–goes into gamma wave frequency spikes above 37 hertz , what affect can that have on the human brain, which also operates in measurable Hertz frequencies? More importantly, once affected, how do these altered brainwave frequencies affect consciousness?
Gamma brainwaves, which range between 38-100 Hertz are the fastest of all. And according to some studies, gamma brainwaves are associated with simultaneous information processing from different areas of the brain. Gamma brainwaves are also known to enhance the vibrancy of reality through sensory perception–making sights, sounds and smells more powerfully experienced. Gamma brainwaves have been attributed to people with higher IQs and advanced learning capabilities.  Some popular consciousness researchers and authors, including Cynthia Sue Larson, Lynne McTaggart, Joe Dispenza, Bruce Lipton, and Gregg Braden, suggest gamma brainwaves can modulate perception and consciousness, which results in expanded awareness, spiritual growth, and sometimes even spontaneous healing. Those who experience more gamma brainwave activity during meditation often report feeling more compassionate and at one with all of creation. These are considered transcendental experiences, where God is met and described as all that is, was or ever will be – inseparable from the person “experiencing” God, or Source Energy.
It does not take a leap in faith to conclude that a scattered or thinned magnetosphere (increasingly so for decades) can affect the Schumann Resonance, which can alter brainwave frequency, which can change perception. This is logical. But it is not just solar activity that affects our magnetosphere. There are increasing scientific reports that the entire solar system is traveling through occasional clouds of gamma radiation or even helium.  Some speculate these energetic clouds may be emanating from a “Galactic Sun” at the core of the Milky Way galaxy.
I discovered very limited information on the proposed “photo belt” of increased energy in the galaxy that we may be moving through every 6,000 and 12,000 years, which has also been indicated by the Hindu Yugas, or ages of rising and falling human consciousness. To visualize this, picture rubber bands of increased energy in and around the galaxy that we periodically move through. Could this expanding consciousness in high energetic points in the galactic life cycle have something to do with entering the Age of Aquarius now? Could the Mandela Effect be a side effect of cyclical contracting and expanding consciousness?
This consideration of cycles of time leads directly to the Great Year or Platonic Year, defined as the period of one complete cycle of the equinoxes around the ecliptic every 25,800 Earth years, or one complete cycle of axial precession. In layman’s terms, it is the apparent path the Sun follows in the sky from a position on Earth, rising on the Spring Equinox in one of the zodiac constellations for a period of 2150 years each. So, it is an optical illusion, because the Sun does not truly rotate around the Earth. Does it really matter which constellation our Sun appears to be rising in on the first day of Spring? If that also correlates with the position of our solar system in or out of a photon belt, then yes, it can be used as a galactic clock to predict rising and falling human consciousness, and other cyclical cosmic events such as: corresponding solar cycles, magnetic pole shifts, Schumann Resonance spikes, and mini-ice ages. Humanity has been starved of this and other related information it clearly needs to evolve collectively, and the Mandela Effect could be the loudest wake-up call of all that something cosmic, mysterious and miraculous is happening all around us that we
cannot control … yet?
Eileen’s IMEC 2020 presentation covers these topics, as well as the possibilities of approaching Niburu, a binary twin sun Nemesis, the Sagittarius Dwarf Galaxy, Pole Drift and Crust Displacement theories as they relate to “Cosmic Revelations and the Mandela Effect”. You may explore these topics further in Eileen’s book co-authored with IMEC founder/presenter Shane C. Robinson, “Mandela Effect: Friend or Foe?” 
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 Colts, Eileen; Pinto, Paulo M.; Robinson, Shane C., VA, Vannessa; Mandela Effect: Friend or Foe? 11:11 Publishing House, 2019.
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