The two voices in the ear of mankind, often at odds with each other, are science and religion. They compete for the hearts and minds of all mankind but on this subject, they seem to agree; our reality is not as real as we think it is. Let’s examine for a moment what science and religion […]
We established in Part 1 that your face is being reused around the globe. Some of us can shake that off and blame it on DNA but others stopped there believing that they found glitches in the so-called Matrix. That wasn’t enough for us, we will continue down the rabbit hole and look at the […]
With the growth of the internet people are starting to see themselves online with different names, living in other cities, countries and sometimes just on the other side of town. We know DNA has a fondness for certain features and reuses them often, but meeting someone with your face is still a shock. People are […]
The Mandela Effect community claims that there has been a change to the Bible. When you ask people, “What Is The Matrix?”, the only reference they have is the 1999 movie “The Matrix”. But in reality, the Matrix is a reference in the Bible. Don’t you remember being in church all those Sundays hearing the preacher speak of […]
Human beings do not see a direct representation of external reality, but rather a translation formed by their mind through electrical signals sent from the optic nerve. This is not pseudoscience, it’s a physiological fact. On top of all that, we only see within a narrow light spectrum range and more or less when looking […]
When Norman Mailer began his novel, Barbary Shore, there was no plan to have a Russian spy as a character. As he worked on it, he introduced a Russian spy into the story as a minor character. As the work progressed, the spy became the dominant character in the novel.
Upon the release of the book, Norman Mailer was surprised to hear the story of the most wanted Russian spy in America being arrested, as this closely resembled the theme of his book. The spy, Colonel Rudolf Abel, was arrested one floor away next to Mailer’s apartment in the same building where he wrote his book.
This is what Norman had to say about what he experienced:
- “…working on Barbary Shore I always felt as if I were not writing the book myself, but rather as if I were serving as a subject for some intelligence which had decided to use me to write the book.”
- “Who knows what glimpses of reality we pick up unconsciously, telepathically.”
He felt that the storyline and details were coming from a source outside of himself, and he’s not the only author to say this.
On March 12, 1951, Hank Ketcham’s Dennis the Menace comic strip first hit American newspapers. Where it Gets Weird: Just a few hours before Ketcham’s “Dennis the Menace” hit the nation, on the opposite side of the Atlantic, the first appearance of what went on to become cartoonist David Law’s most famous creation, “Dennis the […]