#23 - MED - Memory split, why that Ryder woman can't spell her own name
Hello once again, this is JLL with Gnostic Intel on the Internet of all things. It is April 6th, 2017. This is installment number 23. And I'm here to talk about memory split and to contemplate the bizarre question which must have arisen in many many minds out there how come this Ryder woman can't spell her own name right.
Now you know from a previous episode, if you've been following this investigation consistently, that I decoded or deciphered the content contained in the signal that comes to your attention when your mind toggles between two spellings of the name Winona. And I use Sophianic baby talk to show that there are four phonemes involved in that signal. The signal is actually composed of four phonemes: why win no na. And out of those phonemes which constitute baby talk coming from the planetary logos there are in compressed form, you find in compressed form, two questions.
Why Nona? That's a question you know they could say I could say you for instance, I'm going to Detroit next week and you would say, why Detroit? So it's a valid question. Why Nona? The other question or prompt probably more accurately described as a prompt contained in the combination of these phonemes is: win nona?
The suggested or subliminally embedded question there, if you like, may not be quite so obvious, but it's quite valid to say in English, oh, I think you should win praise for what you’ve done, and you might reply to me by saying win praise? So you see, win nona. So what does it mean to win nona? See, there is a question there, just as there is a question when you use the other phoneme and you ask, well, why nona.
Well if you followed installment 18 then you will know that why nona is a momentous question that has been planted in your mind that has been suggested to you through the Mandela signal and the answer to why nona opens up a vast portal into the power and purpose of the Mandela effect. I showed there in episode 19 that the answer to the question why nona has to be found in the cipher text that is in the translation tool for the Mandela effect. And I've explained that the received material of the Greek Gnostic corpus from Nag Hammadi and related ancient texts referring to the same material, such as the polemics of the church fathers against the Gnostics, against heresies by Irenaeus for instance, that this body of ancient texts referring to the Gnostic teachings which have more or less been destroyed, almost totally destroyed, tells you what the signal is telling you.
Why is that so? It’s very simple. Why doesn’t a Hindu myth or an Aztec myth or a Polynesian myth tell you what the signal is telling you? Well they can’t. They can’t. The fact is there are certain elements in the entire range of world mythology that resonate with the Mandela effects and operate in concordance with the signals that the source of that effect is bringing through into your mind. The reason why that is so is very simple.
The vast body of material of world mythology, the gods and goddesses, the battles between the gods, the birth of twins, which is a common theme in world mythology, divine twins, the cycle of the hero, the scapegoat, the episodes of divine intervention, the ten avatars of Vishnu, the various forms of shamanic magic recorded in the mythology of the Maya and the Aztecs. All through this range of material, what you have is a content that is produced by the human imagination. And so the content of worldwide mythology, which is my field of study, is in fact a repertoire carried in the collective unconscious, as Jung called it. I say the endo-psyche of the human animal, of the human species.
This symbolic and mythological material belongs to the human species because the human species has produced it over untold thousands of years of experience. And since the source of the Mandela effect, the planetary animal mother, is reaching you in the endo-psyche, she is using those effects. She can use any of the content of the mythological repertoire of humanity in any way she likes. And I'm going to demonstrate specifically again how she does that in the case of Winona.
And in that case, I'm going to cite a specific item from Greek mythology that resonates with the Winona cue or clue. I'll get to that in just a moment. Yes, indeed I will. But before I go there, I want to highlight to your mind that the Nag Hammadi Gnostic material has a special role and an outstanding and unique role in the entire body of imaginative material created by the human mind. Why is that? Because the Gnostic mythology, if you will, the Gnostic cosmology contains the story of the earth in a more complete and in-depth form than any other mythologies from anywhere else in the world.
So, naturally, if the Aeon Sophia, the source of the Mandela effect, wants to bring your attention to her then she will key her signals specifically to the Gnostic corpus because it is the best reference to her story, because the sacred narrative of the fallen goddess Sophia is the heart and essence of Gnostic teaching. Clear enough?
So, given that is true, and given that the Gnostic material is the master decoding reference, it still is true that the planetary mother can use anything she likes in the field of the human endo-psyche. She can incorporate and co-opt, if you will, any mythological theme or entity. And this is exactly what she does with Winona.
So what do we do with Winona? Well, quite simply, we don't have to twist it around and say Nona wins. We're not talking about Nona wins, although it looks like Nona could win now, that she has your attention. But let's just look at the suggestion, let's just look at the syntaxial cue of win Nona. To win Nona means to win the nine. It means to win the ninth or to win that which is in a sequence of nine. Well, what is there in a sequence of nine to win?
Well. Nine is the number of the goddess universally in many cultures. I've already mentioned that. I quoted the passage from Not in his Image where Robert Graves who wrote The White Goddess talks about the three, and the three times three is nine, and nine being the supreme number of the goddess, the divine feminine. Well yes that's true but there's something even better going on with nine. What is the origin or the first known case that associates nineness with a divine power that inspires and guides the human species. In other words, who was the original ninefold goddess? What was her name? Who was at least the first or the oldest instance of a ninefold goddess in the range of world mythology. Who might that be?
Well, if you're a comparative mythologist like myself, that's an answer that you wear on your cuff in the morning when you're having toast. But even if you don’t know, it's very easy to find out. So let's go find out.
If you put ninefold goddess in a search machine, you'll notice that the first 20 or 30 answers that come up are all uniform. They all refer to Celtic mythology and they refer to two goddesses, or two divine feminine figures from Celtic and Welsh lore. One of them is Brodaioth, the nine-fold flower maiden of the Mabinogion. That's a Welch compilation of Welsh stories of magic and shamanic exploits. Brodaioth, she's a nine-fold goddess, her body is composed of the nine powers of nine flowers.
Then you'll find also someone else in the same genre in Celtic mythology vying for the title of the nine-fold godness, and that would be Ceridwen. And Ceridwen is a powerful witch who lives in the underworld. She is a representation of the inspirational powers of the Telluric matrix, and she has given many secrets to shamans through the ages, and right down to this very day. So there you go, the search engine dredges up quite a wealth of material all referring to Celtic, Welsh, Nordic goddess figures. Okay?
I think it's becoming clear that the Nordic, Scandinavian, Celtic, Aryan element of human imagination factors richly into the Mandela effect. The reasons for that are for you, me to know, and you to discover. No, I'm just playing with you. The reasons for that will become self-evident to any sincere and steadfast investigator. Okay?
Now, I'm not quite satisfied with these results and I'll tell you why. I asked the question, what is the first or, you know, recorded or oldest known recorded example of the ninefold goddess theme, if you will? Well, it can't be in Celtic mythology because in fact, the Celts never wrote down their language. Did you know that? And Gaelic, which is a language spoken by the Celts that survives today in Scotland, not to be confused with Gaelic spoken in Ireland.
Gaelic is the form that was spoken by Celts three thousand years ago, but was only written down in the 1930s. So the Welsh and Celtic lore in written form that refers to the nine-fold goddess, Ceredwen Oblodiath, dates at the very earliest from the 8th century AD. Now that's not very long ago. Now how could you go back further than that, a lot further than that, and in what language or culture would you find evidence of a preceding figure, a precedent figure of the ninefold goddess?
Well, I advise that you use a little trick here, and that you substitute the word muse for goddess. So put ninefold Muse into the search engine and lo and behold what comes up? In the order of entries that appear on Google there are at the top about I'd say 15 entries which are references to secondary or tertiary material. You have to go down to about the 15th entry before you strike mother load, that is to say before you strike the original material, referring to the ninefold muse, and that comes under the entry of the goddess of memory.
So in Greek mythology, a muse was any of the daughters of Mnemosyne and Zeus, and they presided over different arts and sciences. So, there were nine arts and sciences in classical times, understood in the times when the mystery schools were thriving, and in fact these nine arts and sciences were taught by the initiates and seers of the mystery schools who served as the educators of the ancient world, according to G.R.S. Mead and other Gnostic scholars.
Well, Mnemosyne is the name of the mother of the nine muses. Therefore she is in herself the ninefold muse. And what does the name Mnemosyne from Greek, from ancient Greek, mean? It means memory. Actually, if you break it down into its parts, it means the synthetic power of memory. The synthetic power of memory. Fuckin' A. That is really something.
Now, bear in mind that this is the oldest source, apart from possibly some references to Hindu goddesses such as Sarasvati in Asian texts. But I'm not looking there right now. I'm just looking at the solid clue coming from Greek mythology. Bear in mind that the ancient Greeks and the Celts mingled together as cultures. The Celts were semi-nomadic and that at the time that the ancient Celts were speaking Gaelic, such as you can hear today sung by Karen Matheson of Capercaillie, the Greeks were speaking and writing the Greek language, more or less in the way it is written today, although not pronounced as it is today.
So, Mnemosyne coming out of Hesiod, coming out of the Greek playwrights and other ancient references certainly predates the evidence of the Celtic forms of that goddess. You see, you're tracking me here, you follow how I'm working out this investigation. Okay.
So comin’ around the bend here, let's get to the point, the goddess of memory, the ninefold muse is implicated in the Mandela effect and well, you win the muse when you accept the effect. You win Mnemosyne, you win a new memory, you win a synthetic memory. But who is synthesizing this memory? Who is creating this new memory that is being formed in you by the impact of the Mandela effect?
Well, it's a collaboration between the ultimate goddess of memory, who is the earth goddess as well, because all forms of the goddess are her forms, and yourself. You see, I said that the name Mnemosyne means the synthetic power of memory, but it gets even better, because the suffix sine forms part of the Greek word sinidesis and the Greek word sinidesis is in my opinion the most important word in the ancient Greek language.
Now I don't have my reference library on hand right now, but I can tell you with relative certainty that it was either in the Oresteia trilogy of Aeschylus or in the play Medea by Euripides, and I do believe it was probably the latter, that the word sinidesis first appeared in Greek literature and burst upon the consciousness of Western European humanity. And that word means conscience.
So there is a connection through the root sine in sinodesis and the root sine in Mnemosyne. And there is a connection between conscience and memory. And it is that connection that gives memory its synthetic power. And so I say to you that something is happening with memory as a result of the Mandela effect. Well, that's no big revelation is it? Everybody knows that, but you don't know what, do you? You don’t know what is happening. What is being done to your memory?
Well, your memory is being recombined, just like recombinant DNA. Do you know about the technique of recombinant DNA? It's also called gene splicing. What happens in that technique is that biochemists operating at the molecular level, so we're told, could all be a fable, separate the two intertwining spiral strands of DNA. They separate the braid, and then they take one of the strands and they recombine it with a strand from a different genetic sequence. That is called recombinant DNA.
So there is a separation into two memory lines and then there is a recombination of a new memory line. So recombinant memory is the phenomenon being induced at the molecular level by the Mandela effect and the way that we normal human creatures experience that is in this bizarre and baffling confrontation with two memory lines.
Now I have to insist here folks and I have to be a hard-ass and pull rank, if you don't mind, many of those who are discussing the Mandela effect and trying to make sense of it without any success, if I do say so, are stating that there are two or more timelines involved in human reality. That is not true. The Mandela effect concerns the phenomenon of memory split comparable to recombinant DNA and not to splitting of timelines.
There is only one timeline, but there are divergent memory lines. And so what's happening in the depths of the human psyche is that the wisdom goddess Sophia acting in her capacity as mistress of memory as the supreme ninefold muse, she who dwells in the ninth, what's happening is that she is performing alchemy with human memory.
I can assure you that that description, all that I've said here, is as precise and accurate as I can be speaking from my experience, what I have verified, speaking from my shamanic and Gnostic Intel, such as it is. But bear in mind that I'm only giving you a description of a mystery, and ultimately this mystery goes very, very deep. And that being the case, let's consider if Winona Ryder knows how to spell her own name?
Well, there would only be one way to find out how Winona Ryder spells her name, and that would be to ask her. So, in a complete investigation of the Mandela Effect, a couple of us would have to go off with recording equipment and a camera, make an appointment, have a meeting with Winona Ryder and sit down with her and say, Miss Ryder, it has been noted that your name is spelled in two different ways and the W-I-N spelling is what we call the current record but a lot of people remember it as having been spelled WY-N. And so, how do you spell your own name and how have you always spelled it?
Somebody should go and do this and ask her this question and record how she responds. But I can guarantee you that no matter how she responds, there will be something mysterious about her response that you can't figure out and neither can she. Do you think that Winona Ryder can explain the residual evidence of her name being spelled W-Y-N? When the current record states that she would spell it today W-I-N and has always done so. How would she explain that? She can't explain it. I can't explain it. No one can explain it.
Because this phenomenon of the splitting and recombination of human memory is one of the most mysterious operations of the Aeonic Mother. And the Aeonic Mother has agency. That means that she has command of everything that runs a human creature from the molecular and cellular levels of memory and genetic makeup up, up through into the endo-psyche, the subconscious and the unconscious zones of association right clear through into the attention you use to make a grocery list.
And what she's doing with it is vast and fast. So in this talk, here I am running on to almost 30 minutes. You know, what can I do? In this talk, I have done some splainin’, because I've got Lucy on my side and I think you’re beginning to know who Lucy is by now. So I’ve done some splainin’. I’ve done my best to elucidate the Mandela effect and in particular the mysterious phenomenon of memory split.
But what have I really done is open up a portal into many questions, many discoveries, many mysteries for you to explore because this effect is the call to an adventure in mystery and wonder. An adventure in the depths of the human psyche, in the depths of the material world, in the depths of the beauty and power of her presence. This is where it takes you. She's calling you to her presence and she is splitting your memory so that she can recombine it in a new braid. Why is she doing that?
Well, that's a question. One of the many dazzling questions, if I may say so, to be explored together in the remaining time of this investigation. So with this talk I think I'm just about one third of the way through. Are you having fun yet? That's all I have to say for today. And until the next time, as always, may your attention be rewarded by the truth.