But the diverse reactions to the Mandela Effect tends to underline the wisdom of Jesus Christ’s explaination for why God seldom sees fit to show Himself to people. Very, very few people are capable of even entertaining the possibility of anything that violates the narrative they currently accept, let alone believing it, on the mere testimony of others. And any mind with sufficient knowledge of the human heart would know that.
It is fascinating to see how many people find it less improbable to posit that most people have faulty memories than believe the possibility that an influential organization might be running a large-scale experiment on the limits of historical revisionism. In tonight’s Darkstream, I discuss five possible explanations for the dichotomy between human memory and the current physical evidence with regards to a series of children’s books.