Theologian Puts It Together on Mandela Effect

If you need a good, but kind of short intro to the Mandela Effect this man has put together a very good video on this. Particularly grievous to me is all these “believers” who insist that scripture hasn’t changed. It has, and it continues to change. This man knows scripture, and he brings to light another scripture that has changed across all translations.

That is Luke 6:49.:

“But he that heareth and doeth not, is like a man that without a foundation built a house upon the sand; against which the stream did beat vehemently, and immediately it fell: and the ruin of that house was great.”

Now sand is “earth”. And in NIV it is ground. Frankly, this is infuriating. There are even Christian songs about this scripture.

Check this out, please:

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19 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. InalienableWrights
    Jun 23, 2016 @ 11:24:54

    “…Now sand is “earth”. And in NIV it is ground. Frankly, this is infuriating. There are even Christian songs about this scripture….”

    Huh? So there have been multiple translations forever…. I don’t get it.

    What I do believe however is that the elites do believe that they can open portals to different dimensions and contact “Angels” from whom they have gotten technological advances from.

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  2. InalienableWrights
    Jun 23, 2016 @ 11:34:19

    This rewriting of things, parallels the theme of the book 1984. Though accomplished in a different manner. What did George Orwell know?

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  3. InalienableWrights
    Jun 23, 2016 @ 11:42:46

    Up to 14 minutes and it’s pretty wild…. perhaps truth is stranger than fiction.

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  4. truthfarmer
    Jun 23, 2016 @ 11:47:43

    Orwell knew the overall plan. Also, of interest (maybe), are recordings from 1988 of a man named Lawrence Dunegan (or something or other) about a talk he attended by a Doctor Richard Day putting forward the necessary steps for them to reach their utopia of control. Very detailed stuff. In there, he tells how they intended to change scripture to bring about the global one world religion. I kind of doubt that the man relaying the meaning of the talk had any idea it could take this form.

    This is the Ministry of Truthlessness at work here.

    Additionally, there are a plethora of translations. Here is link to bible gateway and you can scroll through the various English versions there. There are translations that we have that are not included at this site, too.

    https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=luke+6%3A49&version=KJ21

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  5. InalienableWrights
    Jun 23, 2016 @ 12:10:45

    There have also been purposeful mistranslations and misinterpretations….

    http://www.drday.com/who_rewrote_bible.htm

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  6. truthfarmer
    Jun 23, 2016 @ 12:49:39

    Yes, of course. But that changing of words via editing isn’t what we are talking about. You do understand that what is being called the Mandela Effect is changing the scriptures that are on the shelf in our homes that may be well over 100 years old, right?

    Movies that we have that are at least from the mid 90’s have had lines changed in them as they sat on our shelves. This definitely boggles the mind. It isn’t something that we can see, nor is it a new edition that came out with changes. It’s on a quantum level that this matter and frequency is changing. And it is strange!

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  7. truthfarmer
    Jun 23, 2016 @ 13:15:05

    Well…It isn’t “The Portrait of Dorian Gray”, it’s now picture of instead. Check out the list in the previous post on this. Probably something will register.

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  8. Kelli
    Jun 23, 2016 @ 17:51:06

    I think the Bible verse you are questioning is Matthew 7:26&27 in regards to building your house on sand.

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  9. truthfarmer
    Jun 23, 2016 @ 18:19:51

    Check Luke 6:49. That’s the one we’re talking about. The reason these are “synoptic” gospels is because of the same stories with just a little difference. Do you remember Luke saying “earth” in this parable?

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  10. Glenna
    Jun 27, 2016 @ 05:20:10

    I found the word matrix had been added in my kjv instead of womb in the exodus verses. (13:12, 13;15 , 34;19) but question why was matrix put in for (openeth the womb) there but not 13:2 where the word is still womb.also the first time I looked up the word matrix , it only showed up in numbers 3:12 and Numbers 18:15, those are now all changed in my bible. my preacher is convinced I am nuts, but I am literally watching the Bible being rewritten. also I made 2 comments before and they are not showing up now .

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    • truthfarmer
      Jun 27, 2016 @ 11:33:55

      Hello there,

      I do not know what happened on your comments. I only will remove things that are complete junk, and I haven’t done that with anything recently. Like someone selling a scam or perversion.

      My concordance shows “matrix: in five places now, and it was something I had highlighted and also something I was very aware of, and it said womb before. The reason I was aware of it is that we try to keep the commandments; all that we can at any rate. And the reason that the first was YHVH’s is because he was creating a set apart people, and all the pagans around Israel were intent upon sacrificing the first born to their gods. So Yah set apart the first born of Israel, and they were forbidden from sacrificing the first born.

      I have thoughts on why this has changed to matrix, but I want to write them up in a way that will allow people to examine it more fully themselves.
      Have shalom…Our Father is allowing this. It’s time, and that means that Yeshua will return for His Bride soon. Remember, He has overcome the world. He is our provider, protector and comforter. Keep your heart focused on Him.

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      • InalienableWrightsIn
        Jun 27, 2016 @ 11:58:54

        I have a feeling that when he comes back — boy is he going to be pissed at most all “Christians” for sitting silently and allowing this evil to take over the world.

        They greatest commandment tells us that we have to address evil when and where we encounter. it.

  11. Toni
    Jul 23, 2016 @ 17:27:12

    As our collective + individual levels of consciousness become more refined, there will be updates that have to be made in the tangible world to reflect our new interpretations + understandings. Don’t fret! Seeing more clearly/removing the veil is a good thing 🙂

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  12. kategladstone
    Aug 14, 2016 @ 00:39:47

    To see the “man who built his house on SAND” in your KJV, just the way you remember it, simply turn to MATTHEW 7:26. A LOT of the parables and other Gospel matters are told twice, or more than twice, and very often they’re told one way in Matthew and a slightly different way in Luke. And when THAT happens, t Matthew version is usually the one we end up knowing about — simply because Matthew’s book is first in the New Testament, and therefore someone reading the New Testament (a pastor, a Sunday school teacher, or. just anyone) will usually read Matthew earlier thsn Luke, and therefore will ususlky know the Matthew version (not the Luke version) of whatever appears in both Matthew and Luke but in slightly different forms or tellings. RESULT: When someone who knows Matthew’s version of a story or an incident eventually reads Luke, either he or she just skips over/skims through the Luke version of “the same thing” that he or she knows from Matthew,(that’s an inattentive reader) or — IF and when the reader actually DOES eventually read the Luke version, he or she will trip over the bit that’s different: “Earth, not sand? I KNOW it was sand when I read it just last week … ” or “What’s this at the end of the Psrable of the Talents, where the main character in the parable is ordering that his enemies be kill? I KNOW that wasn’t in there when I learned this parable in Sunday School!!”(well, it wasn’t there in Matthew, and in Sunday School you learned Matthew’s version — but when you get to Luke and see the same story told again the, in Luke’s version the action DOES finish with the parable’/ main character telling his servants to kill his enemies … And these “doublet versions,” among others, have BOTH been, documentably, in the Bible for as long as the books containing them have been in the Bible.)

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    • truthfarmer
      Aug 14, 2016 @ 06:33:36

      Sorry, but you are flat wrong on Luke 19 and “slay them before me”. I can give a possible to the Luke 6 ground, and the synoptic of the parable in Matthew. If you don’t get the changes, fine. But I have and do read scripture a lot, and I will stand on the things I cite as solid changes.

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  13. julzees
    Aug 15, 2016 @ 03:12:57

    Thank you! You are the first Theologian to acknowledge this phenomenon. And when no one in your family will see it and your pastors think your crazy – and not to mention the pastors you have love and respected for years on TV and radio are denying the changes and belittling and berating those that have brought these concerns to their attention – it becomes quite frustrating and enraging at times. They are the same people that are constantly reminding you not to dwell on things of the flesh – we are spiritual beings – but the minute something supernatural takes place – well no that is just not possible. Even when its staring them right in the face!! So thank u for your courage. I hope that maybe u can encourage some medical doctors to admit to the anatomical changes because that really needs to be validated for obvious reasons. These changes could literally put peoples lives at risk.
    Thank u!
    Julie

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  14. Heather
    Sep 28, 2017 @ 01:48:41

    Please tell me I’m just nuts or that I’m just not as familiar with the Bible as I thought I was, but it’s there new books in the Bible, and the other books are referred to differently than they had been before. I won’t even give an example as I don’t want to contaminate possible replies,I want to hear true opinions. Thank you for your time.

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    • truthfarmer
      Sep 28, 2017 @ 05:32:38

      Hey Heather,
      There are not new books in any of my Bibles.
      Not sure what you mean by “other books referred to differently” ? If you mean the names of other books have changed (not in the Bible) then yes, that is true.

      Hope this helps a little!

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