The Mandela Effect

The Mandela Effect is when specific and clear memory no longer matches any available evidence. For me, I first started noticing changes after I researched it on June the 8th of 2016. Don't do this if you're easily unsettled. The particular memory mentioned was in the book of Isaiah chapter 11 verse 6 of the bible, where according to my vivid memory of it, it ORIGINALLY stated "The lion will dwell with the lamb." All of a sudden, everywhere I check, including my KJV, it now says "The wolf will dwell with the lamb." Another example is that the KJV now has the word stuff. I know English very well, and know that that word is modern slang. I found it all highly disturbing, especially since it has to do with my core beliefs and values. I have verified the changes with online and paper sources of the bible, and am not sure as to how to explain this. I have studied parts of the bible over many years, so it's NOT a misquote, especially considering A LION IS NOT A WOLF, and I KNOW something drastic has happened globally. I don't have a mass in my brain or any other memory-altering things going on. How can many people all over claim the same change at the same time, all about identical, clear and specific memories? Those remembering things differently don't have anything in common. Twice now I got the below excerpt from two separate and trustworthy people, both during times when I was trying to figure all of this out.

Isaiah 55:8 (KJV)
My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways.

I don't know what is causing so many people to remember things differently with such strong entrenchment of memory. However, I do know that we shouldn't worry about things we can't control, and neither should we argue about it. If anything, this should enhance our sense of awe we have for Yahuwah.

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