Bernstain – Son of the Stain, Satin, Satan | Mandelas are Mass Gangstalking?

Swiss capital, probably originally from PIE root *ber- “marshy place,” but by folk etymology from German Bär “bear” (compare Berlin). Related: Bernese.

Bar = of

“son of the father”

Bernstain – Son of the Stain, Satin, Satan | Mandelas are Mass Gangstalking?

Inkblots stains | What do you see?

Mandela effect | Matrix Glitch | 1984 Memory Holing

The Mandela Effect: “Glitches in the Matrix”, or are we all just losing our marbles…? | We see as through a glass darkly

I first heard about gangstalking on Red Ice Creations interview with Robert Guffey, Cal State Long Beach professor, and Cryptoscatology: Conspiracy Theory as Art Form, who concludes his interview with “a story about a man who experienced the phenomena known as gangstalking.

If I remember correctly, the story involved class tactics of home invasion and object moving to screw with people heads of where an object used to be.
Sixth sense observation of knowing someone is present but unseen (cloaked?) was another part of the discussion.
Someone is in your bathroom, but you don’t see them (because they are cloaked).
Now, imagine tweeking classically known movies, art, etc.
What a better way to tweak peoples fragile minds than alter | “glitch” | memory hole (1984) information that is widely imprinted in the collective memory of the hive memory.



  1. A similar phenomenon modern psychologists and psychiatrics are familiar with is the so called ‘gaslighting’ method, a teachnique of ambient abuse various types of sociopaths apply to influence, subvert, manipulate, alter and ultimately fully control their victim’s minds from without and within.

    It is recognized a form of mental abuse in which information is twisted or spun, selectively omitted to favor the abuser, or false information is presented with the intent of making victims doubt their own memory, perception, and sanity.[1][2] Instances may range simply from the denial by an abuser that previous abusive incidents ever occurred, up to the staging of bizarre events by the abuser with the intention of disorienting the victim.

    The term owes its origin to the play Gas Light and its film adaptations, after which it was coined popularly. The term has been used in clinical and research literature.

    Sociopaths consistently transgress social mores, break laws, and exploit others, but typically, are also charming and convincing liars who consistently deny wrongdoing. Thus, some who have been victimized by sociopaths may doubt their perceptions.

    In an influential 1981 article Some Clinical Consequences of Introjection: Gaslighting, Calef and Weinshel argue that gaslighting involves the projection and introjection of psychic conflicts from the perpetrator to the victim: “this imposition is based on a very special kind of ‘transfer’… of painful and potentially painful mental conflicts.”

    This dynamic is what we are progressively experiencing on a worldwide scale.

  2. Supposedly the “Mandela Effect” derived it’s name from the disputed time of Nelson Mandela’s death, but until reading this I hadn’t considered the possible association with “mandalas”…. Interesting.

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