Supernatural Attacks After Waking up from the Mandela Effect


For me, the Mandela Effect has woke me up to the understanding that reality is dynamic. It's a total trip, and honestly there is no going back. There is no way to convince anyone who is unaffected this is real. To be honest, I've gotten to the point where I don't even give a shit to try. Believe whatever you want. This information is for the people that are affected.

The ME throws a total wrench into what you think you know. For me, it happened almost instantly. A random video came up which I happened to click. During the course of the video, boom. It wasn't like I got interested, researched anything, and came to a conclusion over days and weeks. It was more like what the fuck, almost instantly. From there I was up for days just trying to come to grips with it, and so the journey began.

This was around July 2016, so I've been dealing with this for well over a year. I'm to the point where nothing shocks me anymore. There is a time when you first become aware of the changes and you dig into it, and dig into it. For a window of time it's like every change just blows your mind. Then the day comes where you experience a flip flop. Enjoy that day because any shadow of a doubt you had of your memory being fallible, goes completely out the window.

5 Main Theories of Mandela Effected Individuals


I've been trying to make sense of this Mandela experience ever since it occurred. I can't convince you of anything regarding it. For me their is so much overwhelming evidence, it's rocked me. If it hasn't effected you then this may seem not make any sense. You are right, you have the overwhelming proof. Believe what you want to believe. To those that are affected however, this article is for you.

Since first experiencing the effect I've had many theories as to what is happening, as well as keeping an open mind to the theories of others. I've decided to share where I am at and add to the discussion.

For me there seems to be 5 hypothesis that are being discussed that make some sort of sense. Most of the theories fall into these broad categories or are subcategories of them.

Smoke and Mirrors...The Music Industry Illusion


I've spent the last 6 years working in the music industry. Not in the "spot light" but behind the scenes in the music licensing world. During this time, I've met a lot of great people that honestly give a shit about music. Fellow musicians, producers, labels, and publishers that want nothing more then to release and create solid tracks.

There is a common fear that has come up over the years in this community. Talk of "long tail" of music being lost. Basically what this means is you're either making tons of money or none at all. It pretty much mirrors society as a whole. You have an elite group, the 1% that dominate over the 99%.

You might think well, that's show biz for you or that the 1% has that "it" factor. What most people don't know is there are only 3 major labels, with tons of subsidiaries and vanity labels. The big 3 are Sony Music, Universal Music Group, and Warner Music Group and they control roughly 80-90% of the music market.