#9 - MED - PSYQ Exam Results (Two) Does the Mandela Effect show Intelligent Purpose
Hello again, this is JLL with Gnostic Intel on the Internet. It's March 4th, 2017, and I'm here to talk to you about the question, does the Mandela Effect show intelligent purpose?
This would be talk number nine, posted on the YouTube channel, Mandela Effect Decoded. I'm happy to report that I see increasing interest in the number of subs and also increasing participation in the comment sections.
I want to say, just as a prefatory remark, that addressing the world in this way on YouTube is new to me. I have literally hundreds of talks on the internet, dozens and dozens of interviews, including Red Ice and other well-known platforms, and I have a massive amount, you will find a massive amount of recorded material from me on the internet, but this is the first time that I have used YouTube as an interactive platform in order to present the Gnostic exposition of a subject. I want to emphasize that I invite you to comment on how I'm coming across.
You may recall that in one of my early talks I said, my motivation is to reach you, to reach one, even one single human being in naked honesty and sanity and to make some sense out of the insanity of the world as it stands today. So please feel free to comment on my delivery, please feel free to give me any advice you like about how I might improve my delivery, all the better to reach you.
Also, while I'm on the subject of delivery, which is a matter of imperative importance to a terton or treasure finder, let me take a moment to tell you something that you may not know. I know where I'm going with this Gnostic investigation of the Mandela Effect. I know what the outcome is. And as I've said, I compare myself to a detective who takes you on a tour of the crime scene with me. Even though I've already solved a crime, I'm not going to just tell you the solution. It's much more interesting and engaging for me to involve you in the process of how I reach to that conclusion.
And then you are more qualified at the end of the exposition to decide for yourself if the solution I've reached is valid. So I give you the opportunity to see how I come to that solution. And this is how I teach. Another aspect of how I teach is, and I don't know how adaptable this will be to a YouTube presentation, but another aspect is even though I am directed toward a particular aim, I have a particular message to deliver, the way that I do so is impromptu and improvisational. Tak! I am inventing a good part of this as I go along. I am discovering things myself as I am in the process of laying out to you the investigation that I have conducted. OK?
So, I'm saying that, why am I saying that? Because you might be more comfortable with my delivery if you understand that a good part of it is impromptu. Even though I know where I'm going, I haven't organized it all systematically. And getting there is a process of discovery and innovation, which I share with you at each moment along the way.
Okay, good enough. So much for prefatory remarks. And I also want to say that I will be attempting to limit these talks to 20 minutes each, because I know that the format of YouTube, the format of YouTube, and the presentation of subjects and topics on YouTube has a certain element of rapidity in it. So I'll do the best I can to bring it down to that limit, 20 minutes or less.
It'll be quite an accomplishment if I manage to do that, by the way. So here we go. I remind you that this talk is titled, Does the Mandela Effect Show Intelligent Design? Now I really want you to consider that question and ask yourself, well, has anyone else approaching the Mandela Effect phenomena been asking this question and how have they proceeded with an answer, finding an answer?
I consider this talk to be the followup of a previous talk, namely, PSYQ Exam Results Part 1, The Mandela Effect vs. Traumatic Mind Control. So, now I'm going to talk a little more about the results of the PSYQ exam that I proposed at the beginning of this series, and from there I will go on to the two concluding points of this talk.
To get right to the heart of the matter, I'd like to address two objections that came up in the comment section regarding this idea of a PSYQ exam and the way that I'm handling it. One objection comes from ZoneZombie, who wrote, quote, I'm not interested in Nelson Mandela, I'm only interested in the Mandela effect. It was named after him because some people were wondering whether he had died in prison or not. Other than that, I don't know why anyone would even care about the life of Nelson Mandela, unless they were taking a test in school and had to get the facts right for the test, or unless they were history buffs and really liked learning about such things. That's my opinion. Thanks for that comment and I'll return to that at the conclusion of this talk.
Second objection comes from Vinnie D. and it goes like this, quote, let me see if I have this straight. The official Nelson Mandela story is a psyop. Is that what you are saying? Therefore the majority report people have been psyop'd, to coin a word, even though many, like me, gave an oatmeal generic answer simply because we have not been interested enough, or as you put it, couldn't be fucked to examine facts more deeply. Because as you yourself said, there are so many things to investigate, and there is only so much time. What bothers me is that this exam purports to prove how susceptible an individual is to being PSYOP’D.
If that is the case, professor, consider the protest siren to be sounding loudly. Because it doesn't do that at all. Why? Because if the exam has been about any number of other PSYOPs, such as 9-11, perfect example, which I have actually studied deeply and have a plethora of facts about, my answers would have shown that I am not, in fact, an individual who is easily psyop’d. So how can one set of questions on one topic, Nelson Mandela, demonstrate conclusively what you claim it does? end-quote.
This is really a brilliant objection, stated in a sober and civil manner, I must say. It contributes to the clarification of what I am trying to say, and it contributes beautifully to the course of this investigation.
So here is my response to Vinny D, which, if you wish, you can stand alongside the comment coming from Mark Valence in the comments section. I refer you to a written text on metahistory.org under the category of Mythophrenia. You'll find the link on the tracking page. In this text, I outline my procedures for the analysis of the Mandela Effect. And you will find that toward the latter part of that written material, I propose some terms, some operative jargon, if you will, for this investigation. And one of those terms is, zone of entrancement or zone of entrainment.
Now I remember years ago when I started to learn how to use the internet of coming across some forums and people sometimes sign off on a forum with a little snippet or aphorism or adage of some kind such as the adage attributed to Mark Twain which says it is easier to dupe people than to convince them that they have been duped. Things like that.
And I remember being struck by a little sign-off remark in a forum where someone said, culture is not your friend. I really like this remark. I found it really appropriate as a wake-up call. See? As a few words that you could register in your mind to keep you in a state of vigilance. The Mandela Effect, by the way, has a lot to do with vigilance. It not only breaks into your attention and catches your attention in a sudden and startling way, but in the way that it operates, it encourages you to develop vigilance. Culture is not your friend. What you call culture is actually something that you participate in involuntarily within the zone of entrancement.
Now, it's possible that there could be culture that is not entranced culture. That is possible. Nevertheless, to the overwhelming degree, currently, for the human species, all of what you call culture, material culture, artistic culture, intellectual culture, proceeding from the universities, political culture, historical culture, the versions of history you've been taught, anthropological culture, the definition of the human being you've been taught, scientific culture, the various versions of physics that you've been taught, string theory, quantum theory, and so forth.
All of these are nothing but forms and tactics of entrancement and entrainment that keep you under a spell. When you then turn your attention to the subject of psyops and false flag operations, you find that these actions play a key role in keeping humanity collectively under a spell. For instance, the Gulf of Tonkin incident, which was used as the pretext for instigating the Vietnam War way back in the 60s, was a false flag incident, a fabricated incident, later admitted, that contributed to brainwashing the Western world, particularly the American public, and putting them under a spell. And as long as they were under a spell, that they would do what their leaders commanded them to do in that spell.
All of culture is a spell unless it is a particular kind of culture that you might say is based in a different kind of source, in a different source and based in some kind of magic, or mythopoiesis, as I would prefer to say, that transcends cultural conditioning. This is an option for being in a trance, you might say, to be considered later on. But for right now, I think it's fair to say that many of you hearing me now would agree that the human race collectively is in a trance, in a zone of entrancement or entrainment, which is called culture and culture is not your friend.
Now turning to the comment from Vinnie D, I would respond in this way. You stand back and you scan what I'm calling the zone of entrancement, you find that there are a large number of narratives, lying narratives, operating. And within this array of narratives, the 9-11 narrative, the Federal Reserve narrative, the Anthropogenic global warming narrative, particular psyops actions come into play. These are in fact brutal, I would say brutal and explicit tactics used to reinforce certain narratives within the zone of entrancement. Okay?
So there is a collective narrative trance, but it's orchestrally composed. It's not just one psyop operating in it. There's a number of psyops supporting a number of narratives. And these psyops, which take, by the way, a tremendous amount of energy and organization to to execute and maintain, are the tactics for maintaining and sustaining the collective narrative trance.
So, in any one lifetime, one individual has the opportunity to perhaps break through one or two or three of these psyops, but in each case, breaking through it, deconstructing and breaking through the psyop is a tremendous commitment of the individual. It requires a lot of time, it requires informing oneself in depth, it requires looking at historical and scientific records, going back to the sources, it's a huge task. And obviously I agree with the comment that because an individual is not able to examine one case of a PSYOP, namely, the narrative about the life of Nelson Mandela, does not mean that they are susceptible to being mind-controlled and PSYOP'D, because that individual or any individual may well have broken free in another area.
My point is, and I totally agree, my point, which I can now make with greater clarity thanks to this comment, is this. There is a collective narrative trance operating. And no matter which particular psyop you are able to detect and deconstruct, and therefore disable, in your own mind and life, other psyops remain operating on you because you have not had the time to examine them. So, more correctly, the measure of the PsyQ exam is about the total capacity to break out of the collective narrative trance and to free yourself from the zone of entrainment or zone of entrancement.
I hope that point is clear. If it is, then I would argue I would submit to you for your consideration that the Nelson Mandela narrative has a particular and exceptional role in the breakdown of the entire collective narrative. And that would be the entire inclusive narrative, globally, in which all PSYOPs are operating, the framework in which all PSYOPs are operating.
So we are all enormously handicapped because no individual has the time in one lifetime to take down these PSYOPs, all of them. So I'm proposing to you that there is an opportunity to take them all down, even without the excruciating requirements to go one by one and one at a time to take them down. How is that possible? Well, let me give you the analogy of one of those fantastically elaborate domino constructions. You know, there are some instances, I'm sure there are many you can see on YouTube, where people meticulously construct an elaborate design made of dominoes of different colors and different levels and so forth and so on. Then what do they do?
When the entire thing has been constructed, at the key moment they go to one point in the domino construction and they flick one domino over with their finger and the entire construction proceeds to collapse. I propose to you, I ask you the question, can you imagine that it is possible that there is one domino in the collective narrative trance of humanity that is driving it into insanity and ruin. One domino, one place in the domino construction of mind control and psyop that could be triggered so that the entire construction would collapse. The emphasis, or introduction, I could even say, of the Mandela Effect through the narrative of the life story of the person for which it is named is not arbitrary and not accidental.
The appearance of the Mandela Effect in the world today presents the opportunity to examine and deconstruct one particular narrative in the collective narrative trance. And the point I'm making here, in concluding this talk, is that the examination of that particular lie and the psyop operating through that lie is absolutely unique.
So if you step back for a moment and think about what I'm saying, then you might very well form this thought, well, hey, wait a minute. If this is correct, this assertion is correct, then it means that whatever is causing the Mandela effect deliberately chose this incidence to announce itself. So there is intelligent purpose behind the Mandela effect. Maybe there is a vast dimension of intelligent purpose behind it that remains to be discovered. But certainly at the outset, in the first incident, by which the effect is named, there is intelligent purpose.
So in his comment, coming from Zone Zombie, I'm not interested in Nelson Mandela. I don't know why anyone would even care about the life of Nelson Mandela. In that comment, in that reaction, the individual is missing the opportunity to see that that life story was deliberately selected and that understanding why it was selected and looking into that particular life story and the PSYOP associated with it, well, that is the introduction, that is the PSYQ test for investigating the Mandela effect.
I suggest that you read the text just posted called Procedures about the same time that you listen to this talk. In that text you'll see that I introduce an acronym, USO. It might remind you of UFO. What’s UFO stand for? Unidentified Flying Object. USO stands for the unknown or unidentified supernatural origin of the effect. Unidentified Supernatural Origin.
So what I'm proposing is that the USO has a deliberate purpose to reveal itself initially through one particular PSYOP so that every PSYOP operating in the collective narrative trance of the human species can be demolished in one master stroke. Now that's quite an opportunity, if it's real and if I'm on the right track.
I will say this in conclusion. I have the greatest admiration and respect for people like Vinnie D. who have voluntarily and to no profit whatsoever, except their own enlightenment and freedom, investigated such difficult matters as 9-11, the assassination of John F. Kennedy, anthropic global warming, the creation of the Federal Reserve Bank, and on and on and on.
But the fact is, and I'm sure Vinnie Dee would agree with me, that it is impossible for one person to crack all these psyops. The Mandela effect provides a solution to that impossibility by directing your attention to one particular incident, which is the one domino, which, when you flick it down with your finger, will collapse the entire system of the collective trance.