EVERYONE seems to think Nelson Mandela was the first Mandela Effect, but then what about Hitler winning the War? I bet you forgot about that one already. Philip K. Dick wrote about it in his 1962 novel, ‘The Man in the High Castle.’ It wasn’t simply a matter of science fiction though. No, for Dick it very likely happened, and is in fact one of the parallel realities branching off among our plurality of worlds. That is to say, Hitler’s winning of the War may have been a matter of tangible day-to-day experience among the souls trapped within the womb of our earth until the programmer moved the pieces several squares back on the cosmic chess board, thereby resetting the outcome. Mind you, Dick was talking about computer simulation theory some forty years before The Mandela Effect was ever even a thing. Come to think of it, I much prefer The Hitler Effect over the lame title we are given now, though I can think of one even better. Because not even Nazi Germany was the first alteration. According to Dick, it was the Millennial Kingdom of Yahusha HaMashiach.
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