#7 - MED - PSYQ Exam results (One) - Mandela effect versus Traumatic mind control
Hello again, this is JLL with Gnostic Intel on the Internet. I'm recording on March 1st, 2017, and I'm here to tell you about the responses and results of the Mandela Effect Entrance Exam, which I proposed on the 5th of February, so that's a little over three weeks ago.
I intended this test to produce a statistical sampling of something. But of what? Well, that will become eminently clear in the course of this talk. Before I begin, however, I'd like to make one brief comment about the previous upload concerning how the film Lucy, which came out in 2014, predicts or prefigures the Mandela effect.
Upon reflection, I realized that my language was not as precise as I would like it to be in speaking of this film. You’ll find that as this little investigation unfolds, I do my level best to be precise and to use crystal clear terminology and syntax. So whenever I misspeak or whenever I decide or determine that something could be said in another way, in a better way, I'm going to let you know about that.
Self-correction is one of the basic standards of the Gnostic method, the noetic method of working human intelligence according to the way that it is designed to work. Tak. Well, it's obvious that prediction and even prefiguration don't quite fit the case for the film Lucy, do they?
It came out in August of 2014. Well, by that time, the Mandela Effect had been already named for a good four years. Everyone agrees that it was named by Fiona Broom in 2010. And an investigation with Google search trends will reveal that people were talking about the Mandela effect and noting the phenomenon in its variations, in its different categories, at that time. And so you can't say that a film that came out when interest in the Mandela effect was escalating, and the effect itself was escalating, across various horizons of human experience, well, you can't say that it predicted the effect.
It's more correct to say that the film Lucy reflects what the Mandela Effect is about. Its meaning and its themes echo what is actually happening with the effect. And in a way, if there is any predictive aspect at all to Lucy, who does so much splainin' in that movie, then I would say this, Lucy may well be regarded as predicting my investigation of the Mandela effect. It may be regarded as prefiguring some of the points that I make in this investigation, some of the observations and insights that develop from the Gnostic treatment of the effect.
So in that respect, it does have a certain predictive value. But by and large, since it occurred at a time when the Mandela Effect was really gaining some trend in the world, well, you couldn't say that it was predicting it. In order for prediction to occur, one thing must precede another, and the film Lucy most certainly did not precede the effect or rising interest in the effect. Okay? Clear enough.
Now, I'd like to remind you that there is a written text that goes along with the talk in which I propose this entrance exam, as I call it, or you could say the entrance exam. And if you go back and look at that text, you will find that there is an enigmatic statement printed in bold, about halfway through the material, and it says, “You will know the result of the exam due to the effect produced in your mind when you hear the purpose of it”.
So I did not say in just so many precise words at the beginning, I did not state, did not declare, did not disclose the purpose of this Mandela Effect entrance exam, did I? Now you're going to know the purpose, you're going to see the purpose, but the purpose will only be meaningful to you by the way that it reveals something in your own mind, by the way that it triggers you internally, rather than by way of receiving information from outside.
So I'll admit to you that I designed the exam precisely for that reason. I designed it to trigger your mind. So let’s see if it does trigger your mind. What were the results of this exam, statistically speaking? I requested that people enter the three points in the profile of Nelson Mandela in the commentary section of the YouTube clip, or you could send me your response, your entry material at an email address I provided, GnosticCodeX at MetaHistory.org. So all in all I received a total of some about 250, 253, 255 responses in both of those areas. Okay?
And I broke down these responses in this way. I grouped one set of responses as the majority report, another set as the minority report, and then a third set as the mixed, or you could say ambiguous report. Now I would have you note that the labels that I attached to the received reports are not complicated or contrived in any way. In fact, the labels simply reflect the statistical distribution.
Some of the reports, the great majority of them, go in the category of majority report. Why are they majority reports? Because they all resemble the majority of reports. Some go in the minority report. Why is that? Because they are characterized, those reports, those three sentence paragraphs, stating your present idea of 1. who Nelson Mandela was, 2. what he accomplished in life, and 3. how he came to be regarded by the world at large, those responses in a minority report are called so because they are in a minority. And then there are some mixed or ambiguous.
So I'll set aside the mixed or ambiguous reports. They are significant. I don't discard them. We'll get back to them a little bit later. And let's take a look at the two main categories. Now bear in mind that the minority reports represent just around 10 percent of the total number of entries in this exam. 10 percent. Is there some significance to that figure? Is there some... does it have a statistical validity in some way or is it, we could say, psychologically valid? Does it refer to something in the operations of the human mind? For instance, there is something going on in the human mind, in the field of attention of human animals as they take in information from the outer world that 90% take the information in and hold it in one way, and 10% take in and hold and process the information in a different way. Is this something to be revealed here? Well, let's see.
All of you can go to Mandela Effect Decoded on YouTube and read the 120 or 30 odd comments that have been entered there. So I won't read any examples from there, but let me read five examples from the responses I received by email. And these will be responses in the category of the majority report.
One. Nelson Mandela was a prominent figurehead of the movement against apartheid in South Africa. Mandela's social activism sent him to prison, during which time he wrote significant political texts, and after his alleged release in the end of the apartheid, he became Prime Minister, or some other significant political role, leading the country with good intentions. Pop-culturally, he has lauded as being one of the world's greatest nonviolent social activists, often compared to Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr.
Two. Determined to protest against white rule since his youth, in the 1960s, Nelson Mandela was made an outlaw because of his political activity as part of the banned African National Congress and outspoken views on South African system of apartheid. Hunted down and arrested, he was given a life sentence. While in prison, he embodied the growing global anti-racist sentiments, and his struggles became the subject of many popular protest songs that attacked the white-controlled state regime. His release from prison in the late 80s was broadcast live on national television in the UK, accompanied by a slogan that went along the lines of a long walk to freedom over 20 years in solitary confinement. Mandela went on to become South Africa's first non-white prime minister, overseeing the overhaul of the country's voting system to incorporate black and colored votes. He ended his life peacefully as a respected statesman, a Dalai Lama-like figure, and friend to music and movie stars.
Here's another one. Mandela was an example of Gaian animal patience, perseverance, dignity, and concern for the greater good. He survived prison and he continued to be a man of compassion and reason. He is an example of the hero with his warm smile and voice. And another.
Nelson Mandela was African black gay, or guy, maybe a misspelling. He accomplished freedom for Africans. He'd become to be considered as a hero, some kind like a Mother Teresa effect. Just two more now.
Nelson Mandela was a controversial leader in South Africa, who eventually became president of South Africa, but later became a political prisoner and was in prison for about 50 years. He brought more attention and awareness to the issues of economic desperation to the poor, the lower class of South Africa, and also brought more awareness worldwide to the issues and crisis of apartheid that South Africa had been struggling with. He was a celebrated hero by the world at large for his efforts of standing for human rights and for withstanding about 50 years of incarceration.
And finally, listen to this one. Nelson Mandela was a man who sought to bring correction to human lives. He lived 95 years, born in 1918 in South Africa and died in 2013. Although from beginnings that found his family poor, he was educated and became a lawyer. He served in African National Congress. His anti-apartheid revolutionary actions were to lead him to imprisonment for treason for 27 years. Amazingly, he became South Africa's first democratically elected president in 1994 and served one term. His life raised consciousness globally and he is remembered through his sacrifice and commitment to liberation, opportunity, education and healing. In 1993 he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. As a human, he was the real deal.
So there are some examples of the majority report. And you can see that they're kind of... they consist of rather a mixture, more or less, of just a loose view which contains an opinion. A civil rights activist fighting against apartheid. And there's facts are mingled in with the opinion, with the view. And as you can see, the view, the overall view, is largely a positive view. The answer to the third question, how did Mandela come to be regarded by the world at large, in the majority reports is anything from a hero, a renowned civil rights leader, almost to the level of sainthood, a glorious human being, an example for others to follow. And that is the general gist of the majority reports. In fact, I'm not going to take a lot of time to read them all. You can read them yourself in the comment section, and you might get the impression as you read through them that those individuals, most of those individuals who contributed to the majority report said almost exactly the same thing.
In most cases there is not a lot of factual information in the majority reports. Some facts or dates might be mentioned. The fact that Nelson Mandela became the first president of South Africa, the name of the ANC, the African National Conference. Yeah, these are facts, but the facts are like little nuggets embedded in a narrative that might be compared to something like oatmeal, something that is kind of pulpy. And this pulpy narrative just repeats generalizations about who Mandela was, what he accomplished, and how he came to be regarded.
So you might get the impression, scanning through those comments, that many or most of the people, contributing majority reports, were reading from the same script, as it were, and most of them arrive at a glowing assessment of the character and achievements of Nelson Mandela. So much for the majority reports.
Now let's take a look at some of the minority reports. Again, I'll read from those that showed up in my email box because you can't read them. But there are about nine or ten minority reports in the comment section and I have indicated them as such. If you scan down you'll see. I've kind of miss-numbered them. I think there's about ten of them.
Let's see, how about I start with this one. Nelson Mandela was a communist leader and former president of South Africa. His accomplishments in his life include ending so-called apartheid in South Africa through color revolutions, some believed to be nonviolent, which has helped lead to the destabilization and undergoing white genocide going on there at the moment. I think he means ongoing white genocide. Mandela, even if he existed, came to become a sacred cow in the world at large as a proponent of civil anti-white rights and a peacemaker for Bolshevik globalism. He ranks very high on the list of falsified world figures right next to Mother Teresa, Churchill, Roosevelt, and the Dalai Lama, to name a few. Wow! Now there's a whiff of sulfur across the table.
That's quite a powerful indictment. And there are facts mingled in with that. There's a narrative about what Nelson Mandela did, and there are facts. And when you have a narrative, you want to consider, does the narrative have sinews? You know, does it have lines of factual evidence that can be verified? Is it based on tangibles? So you can get a feeling that this minority report, whether you agree with it or not, has a different feel than the majority reports. It appears to be based on tangibles. That is to say, on facts, which can be proven. OK, here's another one. This is short and sweet.
Mandela was a communist put into power by quote we know who. For all I know he might not even have served his time. We have no proof thereof. He was horrible, but will of course be remembered by many as quite the opposite, portrayed by media as more or less a saint. Well, there aren't many facts in that particular report, but it does contain a kind of a warning, which is a warning about the portrayal of Mandela and his accomplishments. So whoever submitted this entry to the exam will have serious doubts and questions about the narrations that you'll find in the majority report, in the category of the majority report right. Okay just a couple of more. Here's this one.
Nelson Mandela was cherry-picked from an early age by Talmudic Posadjis, Zog, I think that means Zionist occupied government, cherry-picked by Talmudic Posadjis to lead the planned destruction of white South Africa in a process not dissimilar to Obama and Clinton, MLK, Martin Luther King, many others. He learned well the techniques of terror and mayhem personally taught him by virulent Bolsheists and succeeded in inciting through violence the dismantlement of apartheid, the separation of white producers from black parasites. The world cheered him into idolatry as a non-violent humanitarian hero and savior, a tool with which people would signal their solidarity with bogus, unexamined notions of equality, justice, and racial irrelevance. Here's another one.
I know very little about Nelson Mandela. Understanding the corrupt nature of political figures and governments, I have not engaged in their history. What I think I know is that he was the president of South Africa in the 90s. He was a Patsy for the Ashkenazi Jews, responsible for white genocide in South Africa, and of course is given the Nobel Peace Prize. For what peace, I don't know. Right, well, they're smoking hot. Let's see what we get next here. I'll read one more from the minority reports. This one is short and sweet.
Nelson Mandela was a bloodthirsty terrorist and cultural Marxist pundit for the Jews. What he accomplished in life was to destroy the life of both black and white people in South Africa. He came to be regarded by the world at large as a male Mother Teresa. So there you go. Wow! You have to say that the contrast between the entries in the majority report and those in the minority report could not be more vivid and flagrant. Those who do not agree with the glowing praise that is reflected in the majority reports disagree in an extremely passionate manner about the character and the actions of Nelson Mandela, as well as the results of his life, the results of what he did in South Africa, the results today, the consequences today of those changes in which Nelson Mandela figured as a central figure, a central agent of change.
So finally, getting to the conclusion of this first part of my evaluation of the entrance exam results, let me cite one brief entry from the mixed category. Mandela was a created and managed public image designed to give real humans hope and belief of change, like Obama. He accomplished his psyop and more, the last being the Mandela effect. He became regarded by the world as a champion of what a man can overcome, and it was all made up. Too cynical? You see, that's a interesting little response there, because it it says that Mandela's accomplishments were part of a psyop, and it implies that the Mandela effect is, or may be, a continuation of that psyop. It also suggests that the whole story of Nelson Mandela's life was made up.
So now I ask you, those of you who took the exam or those of you who are going through the assessment of the entries to the exam with me right now, I ask you, do you think that the life story of Nelson Mandela, his character, his accomplishments, and his legacy has all been made up? Well, if it has been made up, then what does this little survey in the form of an exam reveal? Well, it reveals that there are two versions of the made-up story.
There's the majority version, which is about 90 percent, held by 90 percent of people, and I think that's a fair estimate, probably even more. 90% or more of the people in the world hold to the life story reflected in a majority report, don't they? And ten percent hold to the life story or something like it reflected in a minority report, which is a much more difficult, brutal and unpleasant story. And so I ask you, is one of these stories made up and the other not? Are they both made up? Or perhaps are neither of them made up? But hold on a second.
That third option doesn't fly, does it? Because if neither the majority or minority reports are made up, that means that they're both based on facts, on reality, on verifiable information and if they are based on verifiable facts, then the facts are not going to produce two narratives which are so flagrantly different, are they? The facts will produce a particular narrative. So you can reflect on the notion of a fact-based narrative. Now you can ask yourself the question, well, are the stories in the majority report fact-based narratives? And if so, how so, and to what extent? Or are the stories in the minority report fact-based narratives? What do the facts actually say about the life of Nelson Mandela? Was he a peaceful, civil rights activist? Or was he a violent terrorist who murdered people, bombed churches, killed women and children?
Well, the way that you would know, the way that you would answer that question would be to go and examine the facts, right? But, the question is, and this is the big question that hangs over this exam, this is the big question mark. Do you even give a fuck about the facts…at all? Are you disposed to go and find the facts? Do you have the time and the determination to go and find the facts? The irrefutable documented facts and testimonial facts, not only about the life and achievements and actions of Nelson Mandela, but also about the current consequences and repercussions of what he did in his life. Are you prepared to go and investigate that? Probably not. I dare to make such an assumption about you. Tak.
Let's just be honest here. There are lots of things to go and investigate in life. There are lots of things to learn, and there's only so much time in life to learn them. So, to undertake a study of the facts of the life of Nelson Mandela would take some time and some concentration. Now, thanks to the Internet and the resources of the Internet, it could be done quite rapidly. In a matter of six to eight hours, you could ascertain the facts about Nelson Mandela's life story, and you could also get a picture of the disinformation, the lies, the distortions, the false allegations. Of course, you would have to know how to use the internet. You would have to know how to search with discernment and discrimination to find trustworthy information on the internet because there is a lot of disinformation and a lot of error and outright deceit on the internet.
So what am I getting at here? I’m coming to the conclusion of the first part of my commentary on the entrance exam. This commentary on the entrance exam will take a couple of more installments, and I can assure you that you may not find it to be comfortable. In fact, I wouldn't be at all surprised if some of you listening now may have bristled or stiffened or shuddered upon hearing these minority reports, and some of you may find the direction that I'm taking this investigation to be objectionable, because it goes head-on into some issues or I would say some core issues about life on earth right now that are extremely controversial, incendiary and can be dangerous.
Nevertheless, that is the direction I am going and I would like to tell you in the remaining five minutes why I am taking you in that direction. You will recall that I called the Mandela Effect Entrance Exam a PsyQ test. I did in that respect describe its purpose. Its purpose is like an IQ test or test your intelligence quotient and a PsyQ test tests your capacity to detect if you are being duped, misled, or mind controlled or psyoped. That is the purpose of a PsyQ test.
Now perhaps you are beginning to see the results of this test and you're going to feel it in your body, in your emotions, and you're going to sense it triggering you. This little PSYQ test coming from JLL has been designed to play with the trigger in your mind. With this test, I place my finger on the trigger in your mind and that trigger is the device in your mind that you can use positively in order to hit the truth that you're aiming for or you can use it to shoot yourself in the head. Got that? Or maybe you’ve already been shot in the head? In fact, the word Mandela actually codes to that phrase: shot in the head, head shot, or even more precisely, head shock. Can you imagine that? Can you imagine that this name Mandela, which is attached to this mysterious phenomenon, actually encodes a warning, if you will, about head shock.
How do you get head shock out of the word Mandela? Well, you have to go to the German language, and there's a very particular reason why you go to German, the language spoken by Germans. One of the encoded clusters of the Mandela Effect, as I shall demonstrate, points your attention to Germans and Germany and the history of the German people and the facts about the German people and their role in history. But also, looking at the word Mandela, simply in a etymological way, you’ll find the German word Mandel. And the German word Mandel has actually six meanings, six distinct meanings, and every one of them points in a precise way to the secret of the Mandela effect.
Try to take that statement on board. So of these six meanings of the German word Mandel, one of them is shock. It's used in a verb form meaning to shock. And another meaning of it is the amygdaloid. The amygdaloid. Do you know what that is? In German the amygdaloid or the amygdala part of your brain is called Mandel so shock and the amygdala are actually two translations of the German word Mandel, and if you put them together you have a shock to the head, to the amygdala, to the back of the head, to the fight or flight mechanism of the human brain.
So how do I conclude here, in an easy and friendly way, without leaving you too upset? Well, I'm not indicating that the Mandela effect works like a shock upon your brain, especially the amygdala. No, I'm indicating that the Mandela effect, as it hits you as a force, has the intention to shake you out of that shock. You are in shock. You are in a narrative trance due to shock. This is called, wait for it, a little drum roll here, traumatic mind control. Haven't you heard that meme?
Traumatic mind control. That's what happened at 9-11. When the people were looking up at those towers and they saw something happen up there, they didn't really see what was happening, because they were in shock, and they were being mind-controlled to perceive in a certain way, so that they could not perceive the truth, the reality, the facts of what was happening right before their very eyes.
9-11 was a massive PSYOP executed on this planet. It was a massive act of psychological warfare perpetrated upon the entire human species. But it's only one example of dozens and dozens of examples of mind control. And PSYOP, when a woman looks at the cover of a fashion magazine like Vogue or Elle, she is receiving a head shock. She is forced into a narrative trance and inside that narrative trance her behavior can be controlled. I could give dozens of examples, you can give them yourselves. Surely you can think of six immediate examples of being psyoped in this way.
So what I'm saying, and I'll conclude on this point, because the takeaway is positive, although I have to say, well, I don't know. Here I am, JLL, out here in the borders of the Nahual, doing my usual Gnostic gig, and I don't really know, and I don’t have my consulting cat to back me up anymore. So I would have to guess that you might be a bit spooked by where I'm taking this. That you might not like to hear the term white genocide associated with Nelson Mandela and by extension with the Mandela effect. But the takeaway is so good, I would really be sad and sorry if you dropped out, because the takeaway is that the Mandela effect is a dynamic impact on your mind, which in its initial result, knocks you out of the narrative trance. It liberates you from any and all psyops.
The purpose of the Mandela effect, the purpose working through it and behind it, is to liberate the human animal from any and all psyops. And I can prove it, and I shall indeed prove it. So if you like that prospect, I know it may not be easy what I'm doing. It's strong medicine, but in a way it's friendly and it can be entertaining. So stick with me if you like, and may your attention be rewarded by the truth.