If we’re surrounded by parallel universes, as some physicists say we might be, is there any way we might be able to observe their presence in our daily lives?
One of the things that intrigues me about reality shifts and Mandela Effects is that: some people remember alternate histories; some people only remember the official history; and some people remember both the official history and alternate histories.
While the official history can be fact-checked, alternate histories typically can’t be so readily confirmed, unless other people who also recall those alternate histories share them with others in some way. When people remember both the official history and an alternate history, they get a strange sensation sometimes of acknowledging the official history while remembering things differently.
One of the more interesting aspects about so-called “Reality Residue” or “Timeline Bleeds” is that sometimes, we catch a glimpse of possible evidence of alternate histories. Examples of such evidence come from people’s memories of alternate histories, which they then share with others as we seem to have witnessed with:
• George Bush saying in a televised interview “Saddam Hussein killed off all the Mandelas;”
• A price label attached to a Berenstain Bears book shows “BerenSTEIN” that someone typed onto the price tag sticker;
• People quote a passage from the Bible, “the LION shall lay down with the lamb.”
People can create records of memories of alternate histories through such things as: blog posts or articles, videos, books, journals, sculptures, scale models, sketches, paintings, art, songs, music, and even price tag labels.
What’s Going On?
We’ve got evidence that there are lots of different views of what reality is, rather than just one. So we might be living in a holographic multiverse, as I’ve written in my books Quantum Jumps and Reality Shifts. Or we could be looking at what Christopher Fuchs would call QBism–Quantum Bayesianism–where each group of people or each person might have a different viewpoint based on unique relationships.
Humans are socially entangled beings, so we tend to share our histories. This makes it less surprising that we have groups of individuals remembering certain things. And then we’ve got keepers of the status quo, who tend to remember the official history, and don’t want to accept that people could be remembering things differently at all.
While official history in a given reality remains consistent with respect to physical evidence, reality shifts and Mandela Effects are often like splicing two reality strips together. So at a certain point of a reality shift, the official history matches the “new” reality strip’s history.
You can see the YouTube summary of this blog post here: https://youtu.be/HUB6Mh7D_3A