*** Vox buys the berenstein bears conspiracy theory | I disagree. VD slipping. | darkstream
vox talks about berenstein bears conspiracy theory
he suspects it’s a psyops test of historical revisionism
i think it was just a common mispelling, based on the human tendency to glaze over long words, particularly children, and the similarity of e to a
and the mispelling even went into production copy
unimpressed, once again. Vox’s fluid G is falling off, and he doesn’t recognize it.
I don’t believe Koanic’s interpretation of the Mandela Effect is the correct one, but it’s reasonable. However, I believe he’s misattributing Vox’s decline in power level to age-related intelligence decline, according to Koanic’s own attachment to technocratic social Darwinism. Rather, Vox’s decline may be described much more simply as a narrowing of perspective, due to the adoption of a narrowed epistemology in 2016. Humans apply magical thinking to anything which falls outside their perspective of what is “reasonable” (i.e. what may be reasoned about). Splitting the world into forces of light and darkness means that anything of sufficient complexity to be indistinguishable from magic must be attributed to forces of darkness. My dad has a similar hangup. He’s a brilliantly creative mechanical engineer with something like a dozen patents, but he believes we got transistors from aliens. Which he believes are demons, i.e. the same “forces of darkness” (I happen to agree on this point, but not on the transistors). I have not seen Vox to decline in those areas where he deems to apply his reason, but he has certainly declined in the breadth of topics where he applies reasoning.
The Mandela Effect is, in my opinion, the discovery of a mind’s eye equivalent of an optical illusion, as applied to memory. It is pushed because the uncertainty it produces implies a Satanist epistemology. That is, Descartes’ malicious demon and evil genius is allowed to be real, and is endowed with the Creator’s powers.
Christians allow for the existence of the malicious demon/evil genius, but we do not imagine him to be endowed with the power of creation. He cannot affect material reality directly, but he can strongly distort perception to pursue his desired outcomes. To wit, Satan cannot have children, but he can convince you that your children rightfully belong to him. If we admit that Satan can produce objective outcomes, and we adhere to the definition “truth is that which exists regardless of my perspective,” then we are giving Satan authority to be a source of truth. This is a heresy, because we hold that all truth comes from God. Again, it reduces God’s authority as inventor and prime mover of creation and assigns some of this authority to Satan. Thus, it is likely correct to view the propagation of this epistemology as a Satanist psyop, possibly but not necessarily driven by NWO agents. It could well be a grassroots-primary psyop, as in the case of Flat Earth’s pagan epistemology*, with the actions of paid propagandists taking a secondary role.
So the most likely course of events, in my mind, is this:
0. The original spelling was (at least in many cases) “Berenstain” and there is a flaw in human memory which “corrects” the error to the more familiar pattern.
1. Demonic influence produced an evil discernment, that there is a consistent flaw in human memory which throws their empirical sensory experience into doubt.
2. The loose network of occult actors described in my Overwatch Theory, as well as the centralized agents of the NWO, simultaneously received this discernment.
3. These actors understood, by man’s inborn sharp political instincts, that a population already receptive to Flat Earth pagan epistemology would be ready to take the next step in the process toward Zodiacism, and thus began to push it into the public consciousness**.
4. Those Christians who have made themselves particularly vulnerable to the Manichean heresy, by their habitual practice of negative transference, will take this opportunity to scapegoat Evil for human sins.
What these Christians fail to understand is that blaming actor A for outcome X implicitly but necessarily assumes that A had authority to choose outcome Y instead. Thus, negative transference is the cost of authority, i.e. Christ bought us at a great price. Thus, when Christians assign blame to demons for human decisions*** they are implicitly agreeing to transfer moral authority to those same demons.
It should not surprise us, then, when a Manichean inquisitor dons red robes in imitation of the gods whom he imagines to have the power of moral judgment, because emulation is the sincerest form of worship.
*I have to credit my dad here with the observation that the Mandela Effect and Flat Earth are “the same thing”. Though it remains latent, his native talent for discernment exceeds mine.
**I know it is in the public consciousness because over Christmas I joked that my dad’s difficulty in remembering his kids’ names was due to the Mandela Effect, and everyone there laughed.
***Go ahead, get it out of your system.