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Just doin this writing shit the  easy way typing  uninbited, Its hard cuz all my mind wants to do is work 1111 111 333 1122 what do these numbers really mean I screenshot when I notice and my folder getting fuller phone filling up with knowledge I can’t do anything monetary with people need money in today society

I don’t fit in most of us don’t should we really even need to why no but surely yes cuz my son is playing a video game doing the loser dance to some kid in a diff country who does the same back in a virtual skin bought with virtual money in a virtual world powered by another virtual world in a virtual realm created by consciousness like everything else the Fibonacci sequence is everything i guess tarot chakras sage burning banning negative vibes cuz I know the secret and I know its all lies and that’s the truth.

And we all want wat we don’t need and need what everyone else want never fill this emptiness cuz of the hole in the bottom of the cup or maybe its a crack maybe its invisible that just means it can’t be real or not real enough watch a commercial buy this pay for that sheep sheep sheep sheep sheep always look on the bright side of life til its over then start it back up again. Maybe next time ill win if i just do things right this time don’t lie cheat steal kill bad karma in intent those in power ill will and will I lose it where was it in the first place if its lost will I find it maybe someone else will was never mine in the first place it don even exsist, and yet I do u do we do but why food eat air breath touch feel cause and reaction stay up get tired sleep dream forget keep moving look ahead don’t look back can’t let u see that history repeats ego animalistic the ID fruedeun bullshit makes sense where no sense applies rectangles must make evil money movies games ads this thing in your hands

Levels of Conciousness

An Overview of Developmental Stages of                                            


Compiled by Barrett C. Brown, Integral Institute  April 3, 2006                                                                 

Based upon research by:

Ken Wilber in Integral theory and Integral psychology

Clare Graves, Don Beck, and Chris Cowan in the development of values

Jane Loevinger and Susanne Cook-Greuter in the development of self-identity

Developmental psychologists have identified numerous features of an individual’s consciousness, such as cognition (what one is aware of), values (what one considers most important), and self-identity (what one identifies with).[1] These features of consciousness develop through recognizable stages, each stage revealing a markedly different understanding of the world.[2]

[1] Wilber, 2000a, 2005

[2] e.g., Wilber 2000a, Beck & Cowan, 1996; Graves, 2005; Kegan, 1982; Loevinger, 1976

Described below are eight stages of consciousness as understood through research about the unfolding development of values and self-identity.[1] There are other developmental lines besides the values and self-identity lines selected here; however, these are two of the most important. Each stage of consciousness is identified with a color, for easy reference.4 It is important to recognize that these “stages” are not strict levels, like rungs on a ladder. They are more like loosely delineated areas along a spectrum of development. Thus, a stage is more like a probability wave than a concrete level of consciousness.

The stages below are divided into egocentric stages (Infrared, Magenta, and Red), ethnocentric

(Amber), worldcentric (Orange and Green), and kosmocentric stages (Teal, Turquoise, and Indigo). Those interested in learning more are encouraged to review the original sources listed in the references.

[1] I have compiled this information from many sources; the publicly available material I drew from is referenced. In some cases the sections were complimented by discussions with the researchers themselves, or from documents received during advanced trainings. In many cases I have used the exact terminology and phrases from the sources cited, so as to present the original researcher’s voice as purely as possible.  4 Wilber, in press.


Bottom line: Staying alive. Basic theme:Do what you must just to stay alive

What’s important: food, water, warmth, sex, and safety; the use of habits and instincts for survival

Where seen: the first peoples; newborn infants; senile elderly; late-stage Alzheimer’s victims; mentally ill street people; starving masses; Jean Auel’s Clan of the Cave Bear


Main focus: No research available, but focus is likely on survival

Description: The self is undifferentiated, meaning that it cannot take a perspective on itself and the other is seen as fused with—or not distinct from—the self. Adults at this stage are usually pre- or nonverbal and often institutionalized or completely dependent on the protection and care of others.

How influences others: No research available 

Bottom line: Safety and security. Basic theme:Keep the spirits happy and the ‘tribe’s’ next warm and safe

What’s important: allegiance to chief, elders, ancestors, and the clan; obeying the desires of spirit beings and mystical signs; preserving sacred objects, places, events, and memories; rites of passage, seasonal cycles, and tribal customs; kinship and lineage

Where seen: Belief in voodoo-like curses and good-luck charms; family rituals; ancient grudges; magical ethnic beliefs and superstitions; strong in some less developed countries, gangs, athletic teams, and corporate ‘tribes’


Main focus: safety and gratification of basic needs; following one’s impulses Description: Often found in very young children, who are governed by their impulses; adults at this stage have an inadequate conception of the complexities of life and may easily feel confused and

[1] Beck & Cowan, 1996; Wilber, 2000b

[2] Cook-Greuter, 2002

[3] Beck & Cowan, 1996; Wilber, 2000b

[4] Cook-Greuter, 2005; Ingersoll & Cook-Greuter, submitted

overwhelmed; have an expedient morality (actions are only bad if one is caught) How influences others: Temper tantrums, taking (stealing) what they want, withdrawal 

Bottom line: Power and action. Basic theme:Be what you are and do what you want, regardless What’s important: Power, spontaneity, heroism, immediate gratification; standing tall, calling the shots, receiving respect, and getting attention; being daring, impulsive, and enjoying oneself without regret; conquering, outsmarting, dominating

Where seen: The ‘terrible twos’; rebellious youth; frontier mentalities; feudal kingdoms; epic

heroes; wild rock stars; gang leaders; soldiers of fortune


Main focus: Own immediate needs, opportunities, self-protection

Description: First step toward self-control of impulses; sense of vulnerability and guardedness; fight/flight response is very strong; very attack-oriented and win/lose in nature; short-term horizon; focus on concrete things and personal advantage; sees rules as loss of freedom; feedback heard as an attack

How influences others: Takes matter into own hands, coerces, wins fight

The Amber Stage of Consciousness


ETHNOCENTRIC STAGE                                                                                                                      

Bottom line: Stability and purposeful life. Basic theme:Life has meaning, direction, and purpose with predetermined outcomes

What’s important: Sacrificing self for a transcendent Cause, (secular or religious) Truth, Mission, future reward; laws, regulations, and rules; discipline, character, duty, honor, justice, and moral fiber; righteous living; controlling impulsivity through guilt; following absolutistic principles of right and wrong, black and white; being faithful, maintaining order and harmony; one right way to think/do; convention, conformity

Where seen: Puritan America, Confucian China, Dickensian England, Singapore discipline; totalitarianism; codes of chivalry and honor; charitable good deeds; religious fundamentalism

(e.g., Christian and Islamic); “moral majority”; patriotism

[1] Cook-Greuter, 2005; Ingersoll & Cook-Greuter, submitted

[2] Beck & Cowan, 1996; Wilber, 2000b

[5] Beck & Cowan, 1996; Wilber, 2000b


Main focus: Socially expected behavior, approval

Qualities: Emergence of capacity to see and respond to what others want; self-identity defined by relationship to group, whose values impart strong sense of “shoulds” and “oughts”; values that differ from one’s own are denigrated or avoided; conform to norms of whatever group they want to belong to (including gangs and peer-groups); avoid inner and outer conflict; think in simple terms and speak in generalities and platitudes; attend to social welfare of own group; “us vs. them” mentality; feedback heard as personal disapproval

How influences others: Enforces existing social norms, encourages, cajoles, requires conformity with protocol to get others to follow

[1] Cook-


The Orange Stage of Consciousness


Bottom line: Success and autonomy. Basic theme:Act in your own self interest by playing the game to win

What’s important: Progress, prosperity, optimism, and self-reliance; strategy, risk-taking, and competitiveness; goals, leverage, professional development, and mastery; rationality, objectivism, demonstrated results, technology, and the power of science; use of the earth’s resources to spread the abundant “good life”; advance by learning nature’s secrets and seeking the best solutions

Where seen: The Enlightenment; Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged; Wall Street; emerging middle classes around the world; colonialism, political gamesmanship; sales and marketing field; fashion and cosmetics industries; Chambers of Commerce; the Cold War; materialism; The

Riviera, Rodeo Drive


Main focus: Delivery of results, effectiveness, goals; success within the system

Qualities: Primary elements of adult “conscience” are present, including long-term goals, ability for self-criticism, and a deeper sense of responsibility. Interested in causes, reasons, consequences, and the effective use of time; future-oriented and proactive; initiator rather than pawn of system; blind to subjectivity behind objectivity; feel guilt when not meeting own standards or goals; behavioral feedback accepted

How influences others: Provides logical argument, data, experience; makes task/goal-oriented contractual agreements


Bottom line: Community harmony and equality. Basic theme: Seek peace within the inner self and explore, with others, the caring dimensions of community

What’s important: Sensitivity to others and the environment; feelings and caring (in response to the cold rationality of Orange); harmony and equality; reconciliation, consensus, dialogue, participation, relationships, and networking; human development, bonding and spirituality; diversity and multiculturalism; relativism and pluralism; freeing the human spirit from greed, dogma, and divisiveness; distributing the earth’s resources and opportunities equally among all Where seen: Frequently visible in the helping professions (e.g., health care, education, and feelings-oriented business activities); John Lennon’s Imagine; Netherlands’ idealism; sensitivity training; cooperative inquiry; postmodernism; politically correct; human rights and diversity issues


Main focus: Self in relation to the system and in interaction with the system

Qualities: Makes decisions based upon their own view of reality; aware that interpreting reality “always depends on the position of the observer”; more tolerant of oneself and others due to awareness of life’s complexity and individual differences; questions old identities; more interested in personal accomplishments independent of socially sanctioned rewards; increased understanding of complexity, systemic connections, and unintended effects of actions; begins to question own assumptions and those of others; talks of interpretations rather than truth; systematic problem solving; begins to seek out and value feedback

How influences others: Adapts (ignores) rules when needed, or invents new ones; discusses issues and airs differences

[2] Cook-

[1] Beck & Cowan, 1996; Wilber, 2000b

[3] Beck & Cowan, 1996; Wilber, 2000b

[4] Cook-Greuter, 2005; Ingersoll & Cook-Greuter, submitted


The Teal Stage of Consciousness


Bottom line: Qualities and responsibilities of being. Basic theme: Live fully and responsibly as what you are and learn to become 

What’s important: The magnificence of existence (over material possessions); flexibility, spontaneity, and functionality; knowledge and competency (over rank, power, status); the integration of differences into interdependent, natural flows; complementing egalitarianism with natural degrees of ranking and excellence; recognition of overlapping dynamic systems and natural hierarchies in any context

Where seen: Peter Senge’s organizations; W. Edward Deming’s objectives; Stephen Hawking’s Brief History of Time; chaos and complexity theories; eco-industrial parks (using each other’s outflows as raw materials)


Main focus: Linking theory and principles with practice; dynamic systems interactions

Qualities: Comprehends multiple interconnected systems of relationships and processes; able to deal with conflicting needs and duties in constantly shifting contexts; recognizes the need for autonomy while parts of a system are interdependent; recognizes higher principles, social construction of reality, complexity and interrelationships; problem finding not just creative problem solving; aware of paradox and contradiction in system and self; sensitive to unique market niches, historical moment, larger social movements; creates “positive-sum” games; aware of own power (and perhaps tempted by it); seeks feedback from others and environment as vital for growth and making sense of world.

How influences others: Leads in reframing, reinterpreting situation so that decisions support

overall principle, strategy, integrity, and foresight


Bottom line: Global order and renewal. Basic theme: Experience the wholeness of existence through mind and spirit 

What’s important: Holistic, intuitive thinking and cooperative actions; waves of integrative energies; uniting feeling with knowledge; seeing the self as both distinct and a blended part of a larger, compassionate whole; recognition that everything connects to everything else in ecological alignments; universal order, but in a living, conscious fashion not based on external rules (amber) or group bonds (green); the possibility and actuality of a “grand unification”; the detection of harmonics, mystical forces, and the pervasive flow-states that permeate any organization

Where seen: David Bohm’s theories; Rupert Sheldrake’s work on morphic fields; Gandhi’s ideas of pluralistic harmony; Mandela’s pluralistic integration; integral-holistic systems thinking


Main focus: Interplay of awareness, thought, action, and effects; transforming self and others Qualities: Highly aware of complexity of meaning making, systemic interactions, and dynamic processes; seeks personal and spiritual transformation and supports others in their life quests; creates events that become mythical and reframe meaning of situations; may understand “ego” as a “central processing unit” that actively creates a sense of identity; increasingly sensitive to the continuous “re-storying” of who one is; may recognize ego as most serious threat to future growth; continually attend to interaction among thought, action, feeling, and perception as well as influences from and effects on individuals, institutions, history and culture; treat time and events as symbolic, analogical, metaphorical (not merely linear, digital, literal); may feel rarely understood in their complexity by others

How influences others: Reframes, turns inside-out, upside-down, clowning, holding up mirror to society; often works behind the scenes

The Indigo Stage of Consciousness


Currently under research, no data available


Main focus: Being, non-controlling consciousness; witnessing flux of experience and states of mind

Qualities: Emergence of a perspective that is ego-transcendent or universal; people holding this stage of consciousness seem to “…experience themselves and others as part of ongoing humanity, embedded in the creative ground, fulfilling the destiny of evolution” (Cook-Greuter, 2002, p. 32); consciousness ceases to appear as a constraint but rather as one more phenomenon that can be foreground or background; an integration of feelings of belongingness and separateness occurs; multiple points of view can be taken effortlessly; the pattern of constant flux and change becomes the context for feeling at home; one is able to respect the essence in others, no matter how different they may be; one is in tune with their life’s work as “a simultaneous expression of their unique selves” and as part of their shared humanity.

How influences others: No research data available


Beck, Don E. & Cowan, Christopher (1996). Spiral Dynamics: Mastering values, leadership, and change. Oxford, England: Blackwell Publishing.

Cook-Greuter, Susanne (2002). A detailed description of the development of nine action logics in the leadership development framework: Adapted from ego development theory. Available http://www.harthillusa.com/Detailed%20descrip.%20of%20ego%20develop%20stages.pdf  Cook-Greuter, S. (2005). Making the case for a developmental perspective. Available http://www.harthill.co.uk/publications.htm

[1] Beck & Cowan, 1996; Wilber, 2000b

[2] Cook-

[3] Beck & Cowan, 1996; Wilber, 2000b

[4] Cook-Greuter, 2005; Ingersoll & Cook-Greuter, submitted

[5] Cook-

Enneagrams and Spirituality

Enneagram (where “Ennea” stands for nine in Greek and ” gram” appears for drawing) defines nine personality that is different: (1)Worker, (2) Helper, (3)Motivator,(4) Individualist, (5)Observer, (6)Networker, (7)Visionary, (8)Activator, and (9)Universalist.

The Basics

These nine types are then divided in to group of threes, which are centers of intelligence. The groups are instinctual or gut centre (89-1), psychological or heart center (2-3-4), and mental or thinking center (5-6-7).

Gut centre is dependant on body, meaning she or he has desires to take action.

Heart center is situated on feelings, of which focus on others’ requirements and try to absolutely affect others.

Thinking center is dependant on thoughts, which focus on the world that is insight of.

Another Enneagram type comes in each Enneagram type on both sides. This sort happens because not everyone has enneagram that is distinctive. Some individuals may have faculties of both. This type can be known as “wings”. However, one wing could be dominant over the other, expressing its traits a lot more than the adjacent one.

You can find intersecting lines of connection which are also referred to as stress points or protection points. This occurs as each Enneagram type connects to two other styles by lines of connection. These intersecting lines represent how every type works socially.

Enneagram is just a approach that is brand new leadership development, personal emotional cleverness (EQ) and communication skills. Enneagram gives us a clearer way of viewing ourselves, our personality as well as means we handle situations.

It puts an end to your assumptions that are own ourselves. Enneagram is now widely utilized in business companies, psychotherapy as well as for spirituality use.

The 4 components of Consciousness

Consciousness refers to the mind and the environmental surroundings of which it interacts. Consciousness leads to focus, giving us a mind that is clear a peaceful insight world of which helps us to understand truth in life. The four elements of consciousness are represented by four Jungian functions of consciousness, which are shown in four quadrants of the circle. These are the four elements of consciousness:



 Sensation. This function provides us with physiological information from everything we see, touch, smell, hear, taste, etc. However, we shall not know what it really is even though we feel it.

 Thinking. This function recognizes and informs us what exactly its. The nerve impulses that send information towards the brain are being processed and produce information that is exact what it is.

 Feeling. This function, also known as valuing function, evaluates and tells us just what one thing is worth to us, or our preference.

 Intuition. This function makes opportunities for real and objects that are subjective. Intuition lack of reality, making up something that you cannot about sense or feel.

In accordance with Jung, sensation and intuition functions are irrational function dyads, whereas thinking and functions that are experiencing rational.

In a diagram of a circle, sensation and intuition functions are put directly opposite of each and every other, and exactly the same would go to thinking and functions that are feeling.

The function that is jungian centers of intelligence with all the first function from the first dyad, then an additional and 3rd function from

The dyad that is second. The 4th function is excluded, because it opposes the dominant or very first work as it is hard to go into awareness.

Such a thing that belongs to outside for the physical body is considered extrovert, while compared to internal, introvert.

Therefore, there are a total of eight conscious processes on the Enneagram of Consciousness, namely extroverted sensation (Type 7), extroverted instinct (Type 4), extroverted thinking (Type 1), extroverted feeling (Type 2), introverted sensation (Type 8), introverted intuition (Type 9), introverted reasoning (Type 5), introverted feeling (Type 6), and extroverted moving and persona (Type 3).

Understand What “Type” You Are

Enneagram describes your personality. “Ennea” in Greek, means nine while “gram” means drawing. Itself, Enneagram shows nine personality types to define who you’re as it goes with the name. These are the nine types:

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 One- The Worker. A focused, hard working, intense perfectionist. They measure everything, particularly about themselves and their performances, with perfectionism.

 Two- The Helper An empathetic, sympathetic one by having a feeling of sensitiveness on other people’ requirements. This type puts other people’ needs above their needs that are personal.

 Three- The Motivator A work-oriented, goal-oriented, active one. This type would utilize abilities to look through life of others and figure out how to attain their particular success. They are generally speaking optimistic- they are going to you will need to avoid people that are negative.

 Four- The Individualist A self-absorbed, over-analyzed one. This type is emotionally sensitive, which is both of bad and good. The nice is, they’re able to project their sensitivity into imagination. The bad is, they take everything too physically, which affects them most of the time.

 Five- The Observer the non-committed, reserved loner. They often times find things which they only have interest directly into do. Their desire that is foremost is seek knowledge and transform it to knowledge.

 Six- The Networker A accountable, reassurance-seeking, secure-finding moralist. This kind desires contact that is personal affirmation about what they do. There is also deep needs for team relationships. They are generally lively and energetic.

 Seven- The Visionary An analytical, entertaining, fun-loving idealist. This type particularly enjoys life, and is easily distracted by new interests. They find it difficult to follow plans that are practical ideas.

 Eight- The Activator  A competitive, passionate, vital one. This type generally deals straight with many situations. They aren’t an easy task to admit their wrongs, whereas desire in order to make a stand.

 Nine- The Universalist An easy-going, unaffected emotionally, peaceful one. This type is mostly respected by other people, and is socially friendly. They could solve problems for others, and stay relaxed to manage situations.


What Your “Type” Needs For Spirituality

Understanding which Enneagram type you belong to leads one to understand better your personality and exactly how you handle situations in life. Every different Enneagram kind has their special demands for religious needs.


The Spirit

1. The Worker. People belonging to this sort are perfectionists, and they need to release positive results and be satisfied with what they will have. Spirituality gets in contact with the side that is out-of-control of character.

2. The Helper. This type places other people first before themselves. Spirituality would get in touch with their needs that are very own of which they neglect. They want to learn fulfilling their needs directly.

3. The Motivator. They are optimistic and working that is hard. For spirituality, they have to spend some right time reducing what they’re doing, alternatively enjoying some relaxing and beautiful moments of life.

4. The Individualist. They truly are emotionally sensitive. They can simply feel the pain of living, with their judgment that is own through emotions. They shall find spirituality means letting get of the discomfort.

5. The Observer. They’ve been the withdrawn type, which means they like to remain inside of their thinking world. For spirituality, they must learn how to get out of being themselves and discover the international world outside.

6. The Networker. These are typically mostly fearful or effortlessly nervous. Spirituality involves them understanding how to instead get a grip on their minds of letting the head control them.

7. The Visionary. They like to keep themselves busy. For their spiritual requirements, they need certainly to slow their pace down for everything, get a handle on their overactive energy and pay more attention to their feelings.

8. The Activator. They have been competitive, headstrong ones. They have to understand to express their physical power in a less way that is confronting their spiritual requirements. They have actually to seek a lot more of their tender side.

9. The Universalist. This sort of person is generally a peacemaker. Spirituality will get in touch with their anger that is repressed, they have to find healthier ways to manage it.


Manifest Through Your Tritype

Enneagram types take place in three facilities of intelligence: head (5-6-7), heart (2-3-4), and gut (8-9-1). One of these three types in your tritype is dominant and represents the ego’s defense strategy.

If the type that is dominant to defend, the ego will use the other two forms of tritype, in descending order, over repeatedly.

Your Tritype gives important clues as to exactly what are the needs to live a more life that is significant. Your Tritype shows the unique means in just how you manage your life using strategies which can be different.

Bringing Things About

These Tritype interactions include two components: the high side additionally the side that is low. Each of these has an objective that is distinguishable. The high side of the Tritype interactions gives focus and directions to ego that is one’s. The low side creates a blind spot by which weakens one’s capability to efficient self-assess by keeping them in a way that is self-defeating.

They are a few examples of how exactly to manifest throughout your Tritype:

5-4-8 or The Observer Tritype has Type 5 (in the center that is mental as dominant, which then generates Type 4 (in the heart center) and Type 8 (within the gut center) in cascading order. Even though Type 4 is a possible wing for Type 5, it might not be included in type tritype that is 5’s.

9-2-7 or The Universalist Tritype has Type 9 as principal. The person may move to Type 3 and Type 6 (their lines of connection) and to Type 1 and Type 8 (their possible wings) after using Type 9 strategies. This shows that Tritype is normally only being engaged once the defenses of both wings and all sorts of relative lines of connection have been used up. However, then type 7 if the connections are not effective, it may go on to Type 2, and.

9-3-5 or The Thinker Tritype has also Type 9 as dominant. However, after utilizing wings and lines of connection, it shall go on to Type 3, and then move on to Type 5. This Tritype is completely different from 9-2-7 Tritype.

Why Consciousness Is Important

To live consciously is to live with total awareness of the current. Consciousness is a clear state of mind where you know things to do and exactly how to react up to a situation that is certain. These are generally speaking some good reasoned explanations why consciousness is important.

Direct your energies to where they’ve been needed. You will use your time wisely and channel your energies well generate something brand new or policy for your future, rather than just spend time on unneeded anxiety and worries if you live consciously.

Avoid reactions that are robotic. When something bothers you, you shall pay attention to your ideas and thoughts, and respond accordingly. You may not react in such a genuine way to protect your ego, as our mind does.

Make peace with individuals and nature. Yourself, you also be able to generate it externally whenever you see peace in. You shall find that there is a have to love and feel for others. In this real way, you tend to be more sensitive towards others’ feelings.

Embrace fear. Them, there are a solution or how to resolve the difficulties with consciousness when you face difficulties or terrifying situations, instead of wanting to avoid. Hence, you might be in a position to handle it better the time that is next happens again.

Appreciate life since it is. Our misconceptions about life, environment or people cause us not around to enjoy life with fullness.

With awareness, we understand and certainly will be able to differentiate between reality and misconceptions. Consequently, see the world you will find that beauty lies within anything you get in touch with around you with love and comfort, soon.

Mandela Effect

By now you have probably heard about the Mandela effect, even non believers admit something is not right they just assume that its people’s memory. Not the actual timeline of history. I am going to share a couple of my own mandela experiences and my new discovery using google trends.

If you don’t know already, Google trends tracks what people all over the world are searching about and compiles it into easy to read charts. With this information you can compare different but similar things, find out what people are interested in or are no longer interested. It is useful for businesses, science, study groups and researchers. anyone wanting to try it out can find it by typing Google trends into your search.

Ok, Back to My experience. I have a stamp collection. In this contains stamps from all over the world. I have many countries but had lost my American stamps and thus lost interest in my stamps. They went into a plastic tote tucked away in a closet. Until, I GOT MY AMERICAN STAMPS BACK! I type this in all caps because i considered them lost for years until one day i thought about it and also having a revitalized belief in manifestation decided I would manifest them back to me. And lo and behold I did! That however is a story for a different time. So anyway, I’m looking at my stamps getting reaquainted when an old 1950s air mail stamp catches my attention. The airplane looks off somehow. Is this a misprint? No it wasn’t but the air plane definitely seems off to me.  I shrug it off and continue on with my stamps.

Fast forward to About a Month later. I am watching videos on youtube and see one about the Mandela effect. I had heard about it was hadn’t gone down the rabbit hole yet. This is when i saw the airplane mandela theory! about airplanes being different than people remember. It definitely struck a chord. Now i want you to picture any commercial aircraft in your mind, The body, The wings, the engines. Now in your mind where are those engines placed? What is the position are they in under the wing? Got a clear picture?

Now Look at these. (i just did a search of commercial aircraft)Fewer deliveries causes Boeing Commercial Airplanes decline

Does this look right to you?

Air India future A320neo operator

Notice the forward positioning of the engine. Almost looks flipped from what i remember.

Boeing 787-9 at the Farnborough International Airshow 2014 ...

I remember the engine being under the wing centered. what do you remember?

Commercial Aircraft Deluxe 2018 Wall Calendar

This really look right?


Let Me know In the comments what you remember.

Next I will going back to The whole thing on google trends and my other personal Mandela experience having to do with our eyes, or rather eye sockets.

Actually written by Raysha.