Several weeks ago I did my first video specifically on Mandela Effect titled Mandela Effect (Quantum Effects)...let's talk about it. This is a follow up to that video, and likely will be my final response regarding the topic, which is also referred to as Quantum Effects or Quantum Changes.
For those who commented on that video about 57% ranged from a belief that Mandela Effect might be true to an even more certain belief that Mandela Effect is truer and more infallible than the Scriptures themselves while about 43% believe that Mandela Effect is a false deception concocted through mind control tactics. And, for anyone who has come out of the mind control spinning ball deception it should not be too difficult to see how plausible Mandela Effect could be just that, mind control. In fact, I have created a YouTube Playlist about mind control, Mind Control - IT IS REAL, and would like to challenge all, and more specifically those who are entertaining Mandela Effect as being true, to watch the playlist and reconsider their position and stance on Mandela Effect.
In any case, I first heard about Mandela Effect, in particular, supernatural Bible changes, from a fellow Christian friend. As a result, I began investigating, on and off, the claims of Mandela Effects for about over a year. My intrigue of this topic was driven by my desire to NOT be deceived or caught off guard by these possible supernatural changes.
During my investigation of Mandela Effects I have learned from many well-meaning Christians that even though the alleged supernatural Bible changes may not yet be used to undermine the 1 true gospel of Jesus Christ, the clear implication is that it will at some point in time. Unfortunately, I believe the core premise of Mandela Effect, whether or not Mandela Effect proponents acknowledge it, negates and destroys 2 Timothy 3:15-17 by claiming that at some point and time, if it hasn’t already happened, that the Scriptures will no longer be able to make thee wise unto salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus and no longer be inspired by God and no longer profitable for doctrine, reproof, correction, or instruction in righteousness and the man of God can no longer be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works.
Mandela Effect proponents commonly use two Scriptures, which may or may not be trustworthy per their own belief, in order to make their case that what they are preaching is, in fact, sound doctrine.
The first Scripture that comes to mind is Amos 8:11:
“Behold, the days come, saith the Lord God, that I will send a famine in the land, not a famine of bread, nor a thirst for water, but of hearing the words of the Lord:” Amos 8:11 (KJV)
The implication by proponents of supernatural Bible changes is that this prophecy is being fulfilled by the supernatural Bible changes, thereby causing people to not want to read the Scriptures because they are no longer trustworthy
I’ve mainly two points of contention with this argument for this particular scripture.
- If the scriptures were being supernaturally changed, then they no longer would be the words of the Lord and would not qualify for Amos 8:11. The prophecy states that the people would not want to hear the words of the Lord and if the Scriptures are no longer the words of the Lord because of alleged supernatural Scripture changes then the Bible would not qualify as the words of the Lord and by extension not qualify for the Amos 8:11 prophecy.
- When looking at the prophecy it is clear that the Lord is sending the famine, and the famine will be for “hearing the words of the Lord.” So, the prophecy is not that the words of the Lord will cease to exist, but that they will not be heard.
Something I wish for those who fervently believe in supernatural Bible changes is that they would consider the possibility that these alleged supernatural Bible changes may be used to help create the prophetic scenario as recorded in Amos 8:11? Meaning, that the famine sent by God for hearing the words of the Lord are spawned by a belief in the false supernatural Bible changes?
The next Scripture that is commonly used by proponents of supernatural Bible changes is 2 Thessalonians 2:9:
“Even him, whose coming is after the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders,” 2 Thessalonians 2:9 (KJV)
The focus by proponents of supernatural Bible changes is placed on “Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders”. Now, we know that there are certain “powers” which Satan is unable to possess. For instance, Satan is unable to forgive sins. If Satan doesn’t possess “all powers”, then what kind of “powers” are being referred to? When continuing on in the verse it states that Satan will be able to show signs and lying wonders.
The claim by proponents of supernatural Bible changes is that Mandela Effects to the Bible are the powers, signs, and lying wonders. However, for those who believe this, have they considered the possibility that the “lying wonders” are the alleged supernatural Bible changes? Thus, Satan is being falsely credited with producing supernatural Bible changes, and these are, in fact, the “lying wonders”.
When attempting to reason with proponents of supernatural Bible changes I have been accused of being in error. And this is very odd to me since the only way to prove I am in error would be to prove it from Scripture, which from the perspective of a proponent of supernatural Bible changes is NOT trustworthy and, thereby, unreliable.
Regarding alleged supernatural Bible changes, I do not believe there to be any more sound and reasonable explanation than that minds are being messed with. For one to defer to the idea that Scriptures are supernaturally being changed is to in the same breathe deny that the Scriptures are able to remain inspired by God as written of in 2 Tim. 3:15-17, amongst other Scriptures. However, we know that it is nothing for mind control to occur, hence, the spinning ball deception. And, again, at the conclusion of this article please take the time to check the YouTube playlist on mind control.
To believe and promote the Mandela Effect supernatural Bible changes can only have one end result, an eventual denial of Jesus Christ. And, if this hasn’t yet occurred by those who are promoting it, it will most certainly have that effect on others and will cause them to lose faith. I hope and pray that those who call themselves Christians and promote this idea of supernatural Bible changes will seriously weigh the impact this is having on those who are listening to them now and those to whom it will be spread to in the future. I understand the concern from many who believe in supernatural Bible changes is that many will be deceived by false doctrines from the alleged supernatural Bible changes, unfortunately, the very thing that those who believe in supernatural Bible changes are trying to hedge against is the very same thing they are promoting right now.
My prayer is that the Lord Jesus bring clarity to all who are investigating the plausibility of supernatural Bible changes before a true abandonment of faith in Jesus Christ is proclaimed, and that it would cease to spread to others before irreversible damage is done to many souls.