#31 - MED - Supercluster of signals in the Mandela effect
Hello again to all those who care and dare to listen. This is JLL coming at you with Gnostic Intel on the internet. It is, let me see if I get it right this time, the 25th of April, 2017. And the time has come to look at the super-cluster of signals in the Mandela Effect.
So I'm going to proceed with this talk, and probably the ensuing three or four talks, in the exposition of this phenomenal constellation of clues, composed of instances of the Mandela effect. Now many of these instances, in fact all of them I believe, have been widely discussed on forums and YouTube channels who specialize in tracking this phenomenon.
However, I would point out at the beginning something that those of you who are following my investigation already know, but can perhaps bear repeating once in a while. And also if you haven't got this yet, it's time to take this point on board, because it determines how you can learn from and participate in the Gnostic investigation that I'm undertaking.
I take the view, the approach, if you will, that particular instances of the Mandela effect, such as “Interview with a or the Vampire”, sex in sex and the city, Kit-Kat with a hyphen or not, change in the Coca-Cola logo, and hundreds of others. I take the view that these bizarre anomalies, certainly not all of them, but those which are genuine and can be verified by residue, are part of a message. They contain or compose a message.
So each of the genuine Mandela effects that I'm considering signals your attention because it contains a message, but the message has to be decoded. In that respect I compare these effects to clues. There may be a clue at a crime scene, if you recognize it as a clue. And in the process of detective work you need to work the evidence so you need to follow up the clue and see what the clue tells you.
For instance what does the clue to Dolly's Braces from the film Moonraker tell you. So Dolly’s Braces is one of the pieces in this super-cluster along with, well I don't know, you count them, I'd say there's at least a dozen. It's a massive super-cluster so I'm going to take uploads to discuss it, and in doing so, that should bring us pretty much to the midpoint of my presentation, that is to say, to talk number 32.
I've already demonstrated the method of decoding, in the case of the name Mandela, and I’ve shown that in the German language it has six distinct definitions and each one of them contains a significant message regarding the purpose of the Mandela effect and even reveals the source of the effect. So as you would know by now, if you've been tracking me, the source of the effect signals to itself with certain instances. And in other instances, it signals to other factors which are, we must presume, in some way, significant to that source.
So wherever the Mandela effect is coming from, if it is being implemented in human consciousness today, right at this moment, for a particular purpose, then it must be possible, through decoding the clues contained in the signals, to know what that purpose is. And the super-cluster provides an opportunity to find out if this hypothesis is true or not. Okay?
So here we go. Let's shift from the analogy of the crime scene to the analogy of the jigsaw puzzle. I invite you once again to sit around the table with me and look at the status of the puzzle. Well, it has been framed in, and within that frame are a number of smaller or larger clusters and some singular pieces. For instance, you might consider that sex in the city, sex and the city, is just a singular jigsaw piece sitting there among others, but as I illustrated in the last talk, there are collections or groups of more than one puzzle piece.
So, for instance, I illustrated the constellation of three pieces, the Mandela translation that refers to the amygdala, and then KitKat and Tidy Kat cats, and those three pieces fit together. They all relate to the same theme, which is Toxoplasmosis. So now as we contemplate the pieces assembled, the jigsaw puzzle, you will note that off side on the table, outside the frame, there are a pile of pieces that haven't been put in the frame yet.
Now some of those pieces may prove to be genuine Mandela effects carrying some message, and others may not. So this investigation, this activity of putting the jigsaw puzzle together is open to a development and I do believe that the development will be vast and expansive in the coming months. But for right now we're looking at the super-cluster and as I say, well that's a pretty big cluster. You can see a section of it in the image uploaded with the talk. And if you go to the tracking page, you can click on a full page image so you can study it more closely.
When I drew this, I drew it several times, and at first I drew it in the manner of jigsaw puzzle pieces that are somewhat squarish or rectangular. Typically, such jigsaw pieces only have a tongue or tab formation and an inset into which that fits. But I think it is more accurate, artistically speaking, to portray the jigsaw puzzle of the Mandela effects in the manner that I've done here, in a more fluid manner, as if these were colors, or as if they were even organic forms that are merging with each other.
So here we go. Let's take a look at how the super-cluster is constructed, or to put it in Jungian terms, how the signals in the super-cluster constellate and compose a coherent theme or message. And as we do so, keep in the forefront of your mind the notion that the largest cluster of the jigsaw puzzle to come into definition might correspond to the foremost message coming from the source of the cluster.
Now whether you're not you believe the source of the cluster is the planetary intelligy itself, that is the sovereign intelligence of the earth considered as a divine being and mother of the human species, well, you may not go along with that hypothesis of mine, and that's fine. But if you can allow that there is a superhuman, supernatural, intelligent, and benevolent force behind the Mandela Effect trying to reach the world with a message, well, it's fair to assume that that message might be broadcasted very strongly in the super-cluster because of the intensity and density of the composition of its signals.
Now you'll note that I've emphasized with enlarged typeface two of the pieces of the super-cluster, VW and Ford, and they are both instances of material change. You don't just find the Mandela effect in those two cases evidenced in reports that come out to the world in virtual reality, that is to say on the internet, YouTube clips and so forth. Well that could possibly, you know, be forged. That could possibly be fraudulent or planted evidence.
But when you consider that these car ornaments made of metal have been found in their residual form, and many, many people remember them in their residual form, the Ford without the little pigtail stroke, and the VW without the gap between the upper V and the lower double V, well, that's serious stuff. That's something that is quite arresting. And as I've explained, where would you look for a power or agency that could manifest such material changes. Due to the strong probative force, if I might use that expression, due to the strength of, or I could say, due to the strength of the evidence of material change in these car logos, it's interesting to see that the super-cluster as it were, anchored around that evidence. That is, both literally and figuratively speaking, the most solid evidence, isn't it?
It's literally, materially solid evidence. So you see there that I've enlarged the font of VW and Ford, and I've also added in a smaller font, the Volvo, because that particular instance of material change is highly significant. It falls into the category of those signals in the Mandela effect that point to the source of the effect. And if you look at the notes on the Icelandic and Scandinavian meaning of the word völva, you will see that it points clearly to the same evidence we find in the array of nominative clues derived from the name Mandela. The almond, the vesica pisces, and the vulva are all the same, thematically, figuratively, imagistically the same. They cohere and they compose into a discernible theme or message?
Well, does the entire constellation of the super-cluster likewise cohere and compose into a singular message? And if so, what is that message? Well to begin, just look at the two prominent puzzle pieces, the two major clues. I'm always toggling back and forth between those two analogies, okay? This is an exercise in detective work, after all. Now typically in detective work, if there's a clue on the scene of the crime, then you have to follow up, which means that you have to go and investigate the clue and go into the background to see what the clue means.
For instance, if there's a murder in someone's house in a neighborhood and right across the street from the house where the crime occurs a car is parked and you as a detective go around and question the neighbors as standard procedure to see if they noticed anything strange at the day and hour that the murder is presumed to have happened. And a couple of the neighbors mentioned to you that they noticed that this car was parked there for several days, doesn't belong to anyone who lives on the street, and they don't know what it means.
So what do you do as a standard detective or according to standard detective procedure. Well, you go and you run a search on the plates of the car, you find out the owner of the car, the name and address attached to it, and you follow down that clue. You do so even to the extent that you would go to that address and find that individual and question them and say, well, why was your car parked on the street at this particular time when you don't live there? That's called following up the clue, going doing a background check.
Now so far as I know in all the chatter and discussion on the internet about the VW logo and the Ford logo or emblem, no one has done a background check. Now I wonder if it strikes you as a little odd that I point this out. You know, sometimes the obvious can be rather odd. I would say that this is a really obvious omission. Why hasn't anyone asked the question, well, what's behind the VW Volkswagen ornament? What's behind it? What's behind the Ford ornament? And why would those two car ornaments appear prominently in the Mandela Effect rather than a vast array of other car names that could have occurred like Cadillac, Lincoln, Buick, Subaru, Toyota. Why hasn't Toyota appeared, as a clue.
These two are often discussed together and yet no detective on the scene has actually gone and made a background check. So let's make a little background check and see what comes to light. Well the first thing that immediately comes to light without even going into a search engine on the internet, is that these two logos are connected with the names of two very famous men, world famous men, who actually lived at the same time. And even though they didn't know each other and they didn’t meet, they knew of each other and they held each other in high regard. Henry Ford and Adolf Hitler.
Adolf Hitler upon his being voted democratically as head of the German nation in 1933, immediately began to work on the serious problems of the German economy and in a matter of four or five years he was able to turn the German economy totally around and make Germany into a very prosperous place. And one of the factors in that massive and unprecedented achievement of Hitler was that he instructed his engineers to build a special car that would be good for the folk, the Volkswagen, which used to be spelled W-A-G-O-N, but now appears to be spelled W-A-G-E-N.
And that was a tremendous achievement because it was a car for the working class. Well Henry Ford, on an independent course of action, did the same thing. In the mass production of cars, he was operating with the aim of providing a car that the average working man could afford, so that he could drive his family around. And that was exactly the same motive of Adolf Hitler when he instructed his engineers to create the Volkswagen.
So there's a similarity, there's a parallel, and also it's worth noting, now if you go and you look a little bit deeper into the background, well, Henry Ford was man of the year for Time magazine in 1935, but Adolf Hitler was man of the year for Time magazine in 1938, having been elected Chancellor of Germany in 1933. Well, that's kind of interesting. I mean, considering that there could have been the Toyota hood ornament and the Lincoln Continental hood ornament, I think you would perhaps be hard put to find such close parallels and similarities by delving into the back story or background of Toyota and Lincoln. But here, the evidence is clear, it's not even difficult to detect. You don't have to dig for it, it just stands out. How much further does this connection go between the two narratives associated with these car ornaments.
Well, Henry Ford was highly admired by Adolf Hitler and the Nazis. In fact, Hitler had a photograph of Ford in his office. And in 1938, the party of the National Socialist Workers Party, which is generally abbreviated as Nazi with a very nasty or diabolical connotation. In 1938 that party awarded the Grand Cross to Henry Ford and there's a photograph there you can see. So obviously there was a bond of of respect between the two men whose stories are behind these two car ornaments.
Well what else did they have in common? Hmm, took a little deeper. What was Henry Ford known for in addition to being an industrialist and a capitalist? Not of the entrepreneurial kind, not a Wall Street capitalist. In fact, Henry Ford was very much against Wall Street capitalism, or what is called investment capitalism, and he was for the capitalism of the working class and the ordinary man, which is called free enterprise capitalism. I bet you've never heard that expression before, have you? That's almost lost in the mists of time. Free enterprise. What a quaint and archaic concept.
In any case, there's again a similar theme and I would even say a similar standard of values between Ford and Hitler. Namely, the value of the work ethic and the respect for the working class. If you would care to go and read a little bit into the history of Germany from 1933 until 1939, you would find that Hitler implemented programs that not only turned the German economy entirely around, employed millions and millions of workers, but gave extraordinary benefits and considerations to those workers.
So there's an ethic of the working class held in common by Ford and Hitler. And even though they were working on a large scale, on a national scale, and Ford on an industrial scale, for capitalist gain, within that structure, there was consideration for the working class. In fact, the Nazis were the Nationalist Socialist Workers Party, weren't they? Now let's see what are some other obvious and easily detectable parallels.
But now in the area of ideology, did Henry Ford have a certain kind of social ideology? Did he have a certain social perspective? And would that have resembled or matched in any way the ideology of Adolf Hitler? If so, what might that ideology have been? Well, one thing that jumps right out of the puzzle upon posing this question is, of course, the well-known and notorious and much condemned racial supremacist ideology attributed to Hitler, the Third Reich, and the German people as a whole.
So the word Nazi, which some people would argue is a racial slur against the German people and an epithet of hate speech, some people would argue that, would more often be defended as a damning name for that one unique political and racial movement, the Third Reich, that had, among its other aims of world domination or whatever, the program or the intention, through a systematic program, to exterminate Jews.
So, the Holocaust and genocide are irresistibly associated with the term Nazi, but Henry Ford is also evidentially associated with the term Nazi. And the term Nazi, as you see in the super-cluster, appears in the very center of the cluster for that reason. And, if you look at the pieces around it, you'll see that there are other Mandela signals that reinforce and resonate to the Nazi theme. For instance, the name of Desi Arnez is supposed to be now Desi Arnaz. Well, apart from the extremely wild implausibility that a Hispanic name would end in NAZ, Martinaz, Gomaz, Rodriguaz, I don't think so. Apart from that weirdness, the name change of this television celebrity carries a phoneme signal, doesn't it?
Naz, our Naz. It's a phoneme signal. And what is the content of that phoneme signal? Well, the phoneme Naz occurs prominently in two words, Nazi or Nazi, and Ashkenazi. And as far as I know, it doesn't occur anywhere else. And that association in itself points to the faithful and historical connection, or enmeshment if you will, between the Nazi slash German peoples and the Ashkenazi peoples who are the Jews. So there is a German slash Jew theme emerging from the super-cluster. And it goes further.
Because another Mandela effect concerns the cartoonist Schulz, who did peanuts. And if you go into the wikipedia biography of Schulz, you’ll find that among the many, many, many, many things that it could have described in his life, it described an incident when he faced a German soldier during the last years of the war, and he didn't kill the man because he didn't have any peanuts in his gun. So there's a biotropic clue in the Schulz Mandela effect that refers to Germans and killing Germans, as a matter of fact.
And one can only wonder if that individual German soldier that was spared by Charles Schulz ended up dying in the Rhine Meadow death camps that were established by General Eisenhower. One can only wonder. Scanning around the super-cluster, you find yet other pieces that carry the reference or allusion to Germany, Hitler, and the Nazi.
For instance, the Biblical scriptural change, which is a material change, “And the wolf shall dwell with the lamb” rather than the lion, refers to the wolf and the animal wolf was the primary totemic animal of the Nazi Party. I'm going to look more closely at that particular piece further on in my commentary on the super-cluster. So right now I'm just scanning over the super-cluster with you to get a sense of what it might be telling us. To get a sense of what would be the coherent theme or themes that are carried by all these different signals. In and of themselves they are isolated clues. Put them together and they build into a field that carries a certain message.
It appears that the topic or focus of this message has something to do with Germany, Hitler, the Nazis, and the Jews. How do the Jews fit in? Well, the Jews are of course indicated by Ashkenazi which comes by allusion to the Dezi Arnez name change, and the Jews are also implicated because of the link to Steven Spielberg.
Now I've left that part of the puzzle open. You'll see that the puzzle piece for Nazi is not closed on the left side. It so happens that the American film director Steven Spielberg figures numerous times in the Mandela effect, doesn't he? There is, for instance, his film E.T. which has a Mandela effect. E.T. phone home, E.T. home phone. I'm going to look at that particular shift in the exposition of the super-cluster.
But in addition to E.T., of course, the theme of the Nazis, the master race, and the Nazi Hitler's genocidal program against the Jews, figures very largely in the body of work of Steven Spielberg, doesn't it? So, Schindler's List is about the Holocaust, it's about a good Nazi who saved some Jews from extermination, the Raiders of the Lost Ark is a story about those evil Nazis trying to get their hands on the most sacred relic of Jewish religion, the Ark of the Covenant, and also bear in mind that Steven Spielberg himself has said on record that he considers the greatest achievement of his life not to be the films he's made, which often have Nazi Jewish themes in them, but to be the establishment of the Shoah foundation for the commemoration of the Holocaust.
So these are topics and themes which resonate very strongly through the components of the super-cluster. You can't make them up, you don't need to make them up. They more or less suggest themselves, and the deeper you dig into the evidence, the more solid the evidence appears to be. For example, let me just cover two more single puzzle pieces in the super-cluster in this exposition and then pick up and continue with it in the following talks.
Let's look at the Haas avocado. Now it appears that this fruit, which in my memory was always called the Haas avocado, H-A-A-S, I can picture the etiquette, I can picture the, what do you call it, the label, in English, étiquette in French, the label on the supermarket stand where the fruit is being displayed that says Haas Avocado, H-A-A-S. But apparently, according to the Mandela shift, ah, it's never been Haas, it's always been HASS, H-A-S-S.
And that's particularly strange. Again, do we see phonemes playing around here somewhere in the background? Well, anyway, let's go and do a background check on Haas avocado and what do you learn? Well, it's very easy to find out. Just do a Google search, go to Wikipedia, and you'll notice that the main entry is spelled H-A-S-S. It’s Hass avocado, rhymes with ass and pass and mass and sass.
Now interrogating the witness, as a good detective would do, we pull up the originator of the Hass avocado and his name was Rudolf Hass, H-A-S-S. And the story goes that in 1935, hmm, interesting year, he patented the seeds for what was later to become and is now known as the Hass Avocado. I would have you note, as any good detective would note, standing there with your notepad, you know, you've got your notepad in your hand, you're writing down vital information contributing to the solution of the crime, that 1935, the year that Rudolf Hass patented his fruit, was the year that Henry Ford was named Man of the Year on the cover of Time magazine.
There's a coincidence for you. Or, if you want to consider it as such, there is an interlock among the puzzle pieces of the super-cluster. And there are many, many such interlocks, many more than I could cover, even if this investigation were to extend into months of time. Now good detectives are always looking for associations. The average person might consider something to be a coincidence or an incidental connection, but the good detective is always suspicious of things that seem to fit together, or you could say of things that sound alike. You know the word homophone refers to two words spelled differently that sound alike. And so, the phenomenon of the homophone and the phenomenon of the phoneme maybe play together in the Mandela Effect.
For instance, look at the name Rudolf Hass H-A-S-S or Rudolf Haas. Well, suppose that I'm stumped on this clue. I know that there's something here that fits into the super-cluster, and I'm struck by this 1935 coincidence, but something's missing. And I go to another detective, an older veteran on the team, who happens to be very versed in the events of World War II. And let's say that this older detective, who is now retired, had made a specialty about investigating the crimes of World War II. What were the crimes of World War II, the war crimes, and who committed them?
Well, what would be the top subject, or perhaps the top lie, on this veteran detective's list in his long experience in investigating World War II? Well, obviously the Holocaust is the top crime. I mean, who can think of a more massive and monstrous crime than a systematic plan to exterminate a whole race of people, a marginal minority race, but a whole race of people nevertheless, a distinct race of people known as the Jews, and to do so in the horrific manner of gassing them and burning their bodies to the extent of the elimination of six million of them in a three and a half year period. That's a pretty horrific crime.
And so I go and sit down with the old veteran investigator and ask him and say, you know, I've come up with this thing of Rudolph Hass, Rudolph Haas. Somehow it's a clue in this Mandela super cluster, but I can't figure where it fits in. He says, Oh, look, you know, there were two prominent names in the history of World War II, two extremely prominent names. In fact, if you were to take the whole event of World War II, from Hitler's invasion of Poland in 1939 until March of 1945, the war never ended there, by the way, the war never ended at all. The United States and the Western powers are still at war with Germany, by the way. That's a fact you might want to investigate but anyway if you take that period of time and you say I'm going to select out 20 names that were tremendously significant like Winston Churchill, Dwight D Eisenhower, Roosevelt, Adolf Hitler, Himmler, Goebbels, twenty names among those twenty names that would be these names. Rudolf Hess and Rudolf Hirss.
So the name Rudolf Haas or Hass sounds like or leads to or alludes to, two of the most prominent characters in the entire drama of World War II. What? Well, this is what I learned from sitting down having a beer with the old veteran detective who happened to have worked that case for many, many years. And what I learned, without going into a long story about it, is that Rudolf Hess was the trusted officer and confidant of Adolf Hitler, who actually parachuted into England at a certain moment with a particular mission. What was the mission of Rudolph Hess? Hess is a phoneme Hess S it's not Haas. It's not pass. It's Hess. What is the message? What is the narrative of Rudolph Hess?
Well, it was a critical moment in the war and after Adolf Hitler and his party had made, I think it was, 17 proposals for peace to avoid the war, 17 formal peace offerings, which were all turned down by the Allies, then Rudolf Hess, in a desperate move, was parachuted into England to go in secret to certain members of the British government, who were somewhat sympathetic with Hitler in his desire for peace, and try as a last-ditch attempt to get a peace agreement so that World War II would not happen.
Rudolf Hess is a tremendously important name in the narrative of World War 2. But so is Rudolf H.O.E.S.S. Well, who was Rudolf H.O.E.S.S.? Again, a name suggested by the Haas Avocado Clue. Well, Rudolf H.O.E.S.S. was a German camp guard who testified at the Nuremberg trials. And it is a known fact, it's not secret to anyone, and can be documented and verified by various sources, that the testimony of Rudolf Hirss was extracted under torture.
Not only was he tortured, including the crushing of his testicles, but his torturers, who were the winners of World War II, the American and British allies, threatened also to do grievous harm to his wife and children. And so, under threat of torture, under torture and threat of more torture, Rudolf Hirsch single-handedly provided the testimony that is the basis of the gassed and burned narrative about the Holocaust.
He said that yes the Jews were brought into these camps to be exterminated and that they were led into showers and gassed and then their bodies were burned. That came, that singular testimony at Nuremberg came from Rudolf Hirsch (Hirss).
So this is what you learn when you apply your probative to faculty. Are you snoopy? Do you want to know the facts? Do you want to deliver a minority report which is based on facts? Or do you want to go along with the disposition of mind induced by Toxoplasmosis and produce a majority of report which simply accepts the narrative that's been fed to you without questioning if it's based on evidence or not.
With that little question floating in your mind, I'm going to leave off this talk now, because I'm almost up to 45 minutes, and I will pick up the second clue, which is the Moonraker clue, at the beginning of the next episode. And until then, may your attention be rewarded by the truth.