2017年6月26日星期一

曼德拉效應專輯26︰個人經歷-突變的建築、家庭關係


今集「曼德拉效應專輯26」,會為大家分享一些人的親身經歷,個人的居住環境、家庭關係和歷史,竟然都出現了曼德拉效應。




消失了的建築物韋拉札諾海峽大橋

首先,是個人環境上的改變,以下影片,是一位曾居住在紐約多年的華人女士,每天都會駛經韋拉札諾海峽大橋(Verrazano-Narrows Bridge),到史泰登島(Staten Island)上班。現時,她已經搬離了紐約,卻發現很多人說他們記憶中的這條橋一直不存在,以往一直是坐船到橋的另一邊,令她百思不得其解。

YouTube: 神秘的曼德拉現象 1.0 (10:23-11:35)


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以下就是我自己的親身例子,
聽說今時今日有說,
紐約市的這一條
連接 Brooklyn(布魯克林)到 Stanten Island(史坦頓島)的
Verrazano Bridge(韋拉札諾海峽大橋)是不存在的。
如果他們要去 Stanten Island(史坦頓島),
他們是需要乖坐小輪過去的。
這怎麼可能呢?
這條橋是全紐約市(過橋費)最貴的橋,
怎麼可能不存在呢?
我曾經住在那裡,
我每天都要過這條橋!
我每天都要給這橋的過橋費!
那為何它會不存在呢?
甚至,我現在都有親友住在那兒,
每天都要過這條橋的,
所以它是沒可能不存在的,
如果說這條橋不存在的人,
我只能夠說,
他們跟我並不住在同一個世界裡,
或是並不來自同一個世界,
甚至,我們並不來自同一個 dimension(空間)。
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增多了的建築物
史泰登島也變得更大

更奇怪的是,以下影片的男士聲稱,他以往的記憶中,要從美國本土到達史泰登島(Staten Island),只能經上述的韋拉札諾海峽大橋(Verrazano-Narrows Bridge)。現時卻突然發現,原來有四條橋可以到達這島,與他以往的認知完全不同。並且,現今的現實中,史泰登島變得更大,與美國本土的距離近了很多。

YouTube: Mandela Effect - NEW bridges in New York City (1:32-3:17)



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I always thought that the only bridge connecting Staten Island to the rest of the USA
我一直以為連接史泰登島與美國其他地方的唯一橋樑

was the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge to Brooklyn
是連著布魯克林的韋拉札諾海峽大橋

And the only other way to get to Staten Island was the ferry
而到達史泰登島的唯一方式就是渡輪

I always used to look at maps of NYC back then
我過去一直慣於看紐約地圖

particularly the other side of the subway map
特別是鐵路地圖的另一邊

because it showed transportation for the entire New York City metro area
因為它顯示整個紐約市城區的交通

and I never saw any other bridges on Staten Island
在史泰登島,我從來沒有見過任何其他橋樑

However, I just recently found out that there are four
不過最近發現有四條

Were these other bridges always there?
這些其他橋樑一直都在那裡嗎?

And, my answer to you, Chris, is no
我給你的回答,Chris,不是

These bridges were never there, so we're gonna take a look now
這些橋樑從來曾在哪,現在我們來看看

Totally mind-blown; I couldn't believe it
完全不敢相信

If we go to Google, we type in how many bridges connect to Staten Island
如果我們到Google,輸入連接史泰登島的橋樑數量

you will get an answer of four bridges
你會得到答案是四座橋

And umm, here we go
來看看吧

This is the Outerbridge Crossing
這是外區大橋

We go a little bit north
往北邊一點

This is the Goethals Bridge - I don't know how to pronounce it
這是戈索大橋 - 我不知道該字如何發音

And here is a Bayonne Bridge
這是貝恩大橋

These bridges did not exist whatsoever guys
各位,這些橋樑以往並不存在

This is amazing
真是太驚人

There was only one bridge connecting to Staten Island and it was this one
以往只有一條橋連接到史泰登島,就是這條

It was the Verrazano Bridge which is from Brooklyn
這是來自布魯克林的韋拉札諾海峽大橋

This is Brooklyn over here
這是布魯克林,在這裡

And it was only Brooklyn and the only other way to get to Staten Island was a ferry
只有布魯克林,而能去到史泰登島的唯一方式就是渡輪

though I mean the… the location and the size of Staten Island has changed
我的意思是史泰登島的位置及大小已經改變了

Staten Island was never this close to New Jersey
史泰登島從未如此接近新澤西州
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突然出現又消失的建築物

亦有人親身經歷自己居住環境的轉變,一間屋,突然在後院出現,又突然間消失。

當時所拍下的照片,本來是可以看見這間突然出現的房屋,


但後來卻消失了。



YouTube: I promise you haven't seen a Mandela Effect Video like this one! (1:07:12-1:13:00) 

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I'm in the Mandela Effect and can't get out!
我困在曼德拉效應中,走不出去!

I know I haven’t been at here in a while.
我沒有分享一段時間了

This Mandela effect is affecting me big time.
曼加拉效應在強烈地影響我

And I almost having trouble functioning.
我幾乎連生活都有困難

And I know that there’s something happening with me
我知道有些事情正在我身上發生

and I know others have spoken about it.
我知道其他人都在談論

I don’t have anything to prove that I’m being affected majorly,
我沒有任何證據證明我遭受巨大的影響

and I really don’t know what to do about this.
但我真的不知道如何是好

I’m just pretty much staying low
現在我保持低調

and trying to… I’m pretty much existing at this point,
我於此刻存在中

and everything around me is changing to the point where –
而我身邊的所有事物都在改變

I actually got a photograph to prove the change that I’m dealing with.
我有一幅照片,證明我正在應對這種變幻

I want to tell you about a dream I had about a month ago
讓我告訴你我一個月前發的一個夢

and this pertains to it
與這點有關的

I woke up – this was a dream.
夢境是這樣的

I woke up in the morning
我在早上醒來

And in my house and I started to walk toward the living room
在房子裡,我往客廳去

and when I did, I looked out the window
此時我往窗外看

and I noticed I’m in a strange town, a very strange town,
留意到一個非常古怪的市鎮

and the road I live on was a two-lane highway, was kind of busy –
夢裡我住在一條繁忙的雙線公路旁

bumper cars going, very noisy, loud,
車水馬龍,很吵耳

the town was kind of shabby and run down,
而市鎮就有點破舊和荒蕪

I didn’t like it.
我不喜歡它

And when I looked out the picture window
當我從窗口往外看

I said, “Oh, I don’t like this, I don’t’ like this one bit”.
我說:啊!我不喜歡,一點也不喜歡

And with that I said, “Something has changed,”
我說:有些事情改變了

and I just kept on saying how “I don’t like this, I don’t like this”,
我一直說:我不喜歡、我不喜歡

and I looked out my backyard
然後我往後院看

and it was nothing like it is now.
完全的改頭換面

like there was a road in the back of the street
就像在街道的後方有一條路

and my yard was real small,
我的後院非常細水

and I just hated it.
我很討厭這景像

And I just woke up out of the dream but it was so intense –
然後我就從夢醒來,這夢非常的真實

it's so vivid in my mind what it all looked like.
在我腦海非常的鮮明

Maybe I can get a couple of pictures that kind of resemble what I saw.
我用了幾幅圖片來模仿我見到的情景

So I knew that it was kind of a Mandela effect,
我知道這是曼德拉效應

I went into this realm.
我走進了這領域中

I don’t want to go back there wherever that is,
我不想回去那處

and I know the Holy Spirit is trying to show me something.
我知道聖靈嘗試指示我些事情

So you know I just kind of forgot about the dream,
我就這樣去忘記那個夢

although I keep on thinking about it.
雖然還是揮之不去

Finally a couple of days ago
到了前幾天

my husband who knows nothing about the Mandela effect comes in
我丈夫對曼德拉效應毫不認識

and says, “Come and look out this back window, did you ever see this house so close to us?”
他說:來看這後窗,你見過有房子這樣靠近我們嗎?

And as soon as he said that,
當他這樣說

I jumped up and ran to the back into the dining room and looked out the window
我就趕快跑到飯廳,往窗外看

and I never saw that house in our backyard, never.
我從來都沒有在後院見過那座房子

I knew there was a house way over on the other road
我只知道在另一條路遠處才有房子

that you kind of can see vaguely like if they leave a light on in their backyard –
但你只能隱約見到它後院的燈光

that’s all, but I had no idea.
就是這樣,我毫無頭緒

When I went there I saw the whole house,
我走到那裡,看見整座房子

I mean it’s just like it is sitting there right in our backyard, and I’m flipping.
它就明明的坐落於我們後院,真是糟透了

Of course, my husband doesn’t want any part of anything strange like that,
當然,丈夫都不喜歡像這樣的怪事

he can’t deal with it and most people can’t.
他不能應付,大部分人都不能

I told my sister about it,
我告訴了姊妹

she can’t deal with it either.
她也不能處理

They don’t want to talk about it.
他們不想談論

So I took my camera out and I just pointed it out the window –
所以我拿出手機來,往窗外拍

I went through the window to get it
我要從窗外把它拍下來

because as things are, I thought it could disappear right before my eyes,
因為我知道它隨時在我眼前消失

so I took it as quick as I could.
所以我要盡快拍下來

And this is what it looked like –
這是它的模樣

Now do you see the house there?
現在你看到房子嗎?

It’s clear!
清楚能見!

There’s a house back there right?
你看到後方有房子,對不?

Well then a few hours later
數小時後

I was really, didn’t like to look out at that window again,
我真的不喜歡再往窗外看

and... I looked out, the house is gone.
我再往窗外看,房子消失了

It probably went back where it originally was,
它可能回到它本來的位置去了

but when that happened, I’m thinking
這事發生時,我想:

“Yea, there’s something really going on with me”
對,真的有事情在我身上發生

I mean, I know there’s others,
我知道其他人也有經歷

but when you can actually take pictures of something like that
但能夠拍攝到這樣的東西

and see it happening right before your eyes,
並看到它在眼前發生

if you don’t think that that’s something weird.
你真的不能否認這是怪事一宗
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家庭關係的曼德拉效應
甚至,有人經歷個人家庭關係的曼德拉效應,以下影片,是一對夫婦親身見證,太太Jolene Robinson一直記得自己的丈夫喜歡吃茄汁,卻突然有一天,發現自己的丈夫一直非常討厭吃茄汁。多年來,一直親眼見證丈夫喜歡吃茄汁的歷史,竟完全改變了。

YouTube: Mandela Effect Example? "My Wife Is Not My Original Wife!" - Open Eyes Network News (1:05-5:53) 



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So let's get started with this
讓我們開始吧

Now, Jolene and I have known each other for quite a number of years

至今,Jolene和我已經相識了很多年

and we've been married for quite a number of years

我們亦已經結婚了很多年

in fact we're coming into 8 years together here very shortly

事實上,我們即將踏入8週年了

So, we've been knowing each other for a very long period of time

故我們已經相識一段很長的時間了

Now that being said, she and I know each other extremely well

既然如此,我們對對方的認識都很深

For me, personally, I hate Ketchup and I love mustard

對我來說,我討厭番茄醬,喜歡芥末

and this is gonna sound like a weird one

這聽起來是奇怪的

but this is the way that this is, okay?

但我就是這樣,好嗎?

I hate Ketchup but I love mustard

我討厭番茄醬,但喜歡芥末

I cannot stand Ketchup; I can't even really even stand the smell of Ketchup

我不能忍受番茄醬,甚至不能忍受番茄醬的味道

The only thing that I've ever eaten Ketchup on basically is either like

我唯一吃過配上番茄醬的基本上都是

sometimes you'll go to a fast food restaurant

有時你會去一間快餐店

and they'll come with Ketchup on it and that kind of thing

他們會給你配番茄醬的那些食物

Most of the time I order it without Ketchup

大部分時間我都要求不加番茄醬

but if I'm in a real hurry

但如果我真的很匆忙

I'll just get the burger as it is and… and suffer through the Ketchup basically

我會買個普通漢堡包,然後因有番茄醬而受苦

Umm or like basically on a French fry once maybe every couple of years

或者在吃一條薯條時,當然或只會每隔幾年才一次

one French fry maybe we'll have a little bit of Ketchup on it

在吃一條薯條也許我會配些少番茄醬

Other than that, meatloaf is the only other thing that I will ever have Ketchup on

除此之外,肉餅是另一種我會配番茄醬的食物

And that was because I grew up with Ketchup on meatloaf

那是因為我成長的過程,肉餅都是配番茄醬的

But I'd prefer it with just plain old tomato paste

但我寧願用簡單傳統的番茄膏

Now that being said again, I love mustard, hate Ketchup. However…

再說,我喜歡芥末,討厭番茄醬。然而…

I remember it is different!

我記得是不一樣的!

Yes! Now go ahead and explain your side of it

是!現在請解釋一下你認知的

I remember that when we first lived together
我記得起初住在一起的時候

Now not living together I didn't really notice this so much

現在不住在一起,我就沒有真的注意到這麼多

But when we first lived together

但是當我們起初住在一起的時候

I remember it being a thing of you liked Ketchup pretty much as much as I do

我記得你喜歡番茄醬的程度就像我一樣

I'm kind of a condiment person, I like both Ketchup and mustard

我是個調味品愛好者,番茄醬和芥末兩者我都喜歡

If I have a sandwich, it's usually both Ketchup and mustard

如果我有份三文治,通常是配番茄醬和芥末

You definitely prefer Ketchup over the two then?

那麼你肯定喜歡番茄醬多點?

I always did, yes, umm just because I like tomatoes a lot

我一直都是這樣,只是因為我很喜歡番茄

So yeah, Ketchup goes along, yeah

所以是的,也就都喜歡番茄醬

Umm, but yeah, I always liked Ketchup

嗯,但我一直喜歡番茄醬

and I distinctly remember that you and I both like Ketchup pretty well

以及清楚記得你和我都喜歡番茄醬

Not to say that you didn't like mustard

並不是說你不喜歡芥末

but you preferred Ketchup, like I remember

但你喜歡番茄醬多點,我記得

‘cause you're a sandwich guy

因為你是個愛吃三文治的傢伙

Yeah

是啊

and I remember you… you would make your salami sandwiches with cheese
我記得你會製作莎樂美腸芝士三明治

and then you would put Ketchup on it

然後你會把番茄醬放在上面

or just salami and whatever other meats

或者只是莎樂美腸和任何其他肉類

and you put Ketchup on it, you know, I remember that

你把番茄醬放在上面,我記得的

And I remember that you would, you know, dip fries and Ketchup and yeah I remember that

我記得你吃薯條會蘸番茄醬,我記得

And then not long ago, but what would you say be like a…

而不久之前,大約是…… .

A year?

一年?

A year, yeah, that's what you can say about a year ago, maybe even less than that

一年,是的,你可以說是約一年前,甚至可能少於一年

I started to notice that you didn't really use the Ketchup

我開始注意到你沒有使用番茄醬

and you used only the mustard

你只使用芥末

And that's when you said

就是那時候你說:

Oh, I hate… I hate Ketchup, I don't like Ketchup

啊,我討厭……我討厭番茄醬,我不喜歡番茄醬

Right, I thought, wait a minute

對,我在想,等等

‘cause we always… you always had Ketchup
因為我們總是……你總是吃番茄醬

‘cause it used to kind of be that, you know, the kids didn't really… weren't too much into condiments

因為以往孩子們真的不太愛好調味品

Yeah, they might have Ketchup on their sandwiches

是的,他們可能會在三文治上加番茄醬

but it's like a dot and that's kind of an “if” for them you know

但它就像加一點,而且不一定要加

And so you and I were the major Ketchup users

所以你和我是主要的番茄醬用家

‘cause your mom doesn't like Ketchup

因為你媽媽不喜歡番茄醬

And now it's switched, and now you only do the mustard

現在已經改變,你現只吃芥末

and I'm kind of the only Ketchup person, me and Seth

而我就是唯一番茄醬愛好者,我和Seth

Right



So, yeah, it's… ‘cause I remember when I first moved in
所以,是的,因為我記得當我們起初搬進去的時候

we went through Ketchup a lot

我們吃了很多番茄醬

and it was because there was you and me using it

這是因為你和我都吃

Both of us were using it

我們兩個都在吃

Yeah, and now… now we're not… we're not going through it as much

是啊,現在……現在我們不會吃那麼多

because it's not you and me

因為不是你和我吃

It's just pretty much just me and Seth and occasionally Crystal

只是我和Seth,偶爾Crystal也吃

and between the three of us we don’t really go through that much, so…

在我們三個人其實也不吃很多,所以……

Right. And on my part of things, in my memory and in my experience, I have never ever done that

對。但在我的記憶和經驗中,我從來沒有這樣做過

I would never, under any circumstances

在任何情況下

put Ketchup on to a salami sandwich

我絕對不會把番茄醬放在莎樂美腸三文治上

that just sounds absolutely disgusting to me

這聽起來,對我來說,絕對很噁心

And see? I distinctly remember it, yeah, I do I distinctly remember you doing it
看見吧?我清楚記得,我清楚記得你弄過那種三文治

So what this means? I mean, what this really breaks down to you guys?

那這是什麼意思?我指的是,這有甚麼令各位崩潰呢?

And this is where it gets really weird but what this breaks down to is that

這真是很奇怪,但是令人崩潰的是

I am not the Ira that Jolene started off with

我不是那一開始Jolene就在一起的Ira

and she is not the Jolene that I started off with

她也不是我一開始的Jolene

So even though we've been continuously married, continuously together

故儘管我們一直也是結了婚,一直都在一起

she is actually, technically speaking, a different person

技術上來說,她其實是個不同的人

because she's had a different set of experiences with a different Ira

因為她與另外一個Ira有不同的經歷

Because it's either it's either both of us are crazy

因為要不是我們兩個人都是瘋狂的

both of us are liars

要不我們都是騙子

or this is the case, that we are from maybe, perhaps different realities from each other

或者就是這情況,我們或者對對方來說是來自不同的現實

or something along those lines

或與此不同現實的概念相近的東西
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YouTube: Mandela Effect Example? "My Wife Is Not My Original Wife!" - Open Eyes Network News (7:09-8:55)


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But I have never in my experiences ever had a like for Ketchup
但在我的經歷,我從來對番茄醬都沒有任何愛好

Yeah, which is just weird for me

是,這對我來說很奇怪

‘cause I distinctly have one memory of you

因為我清楚記得關於一件你的往事

You made a salami, like I said

你做了一份莎樂美腸──如我所說

salami and cheese sandwich with Ketchup

莎樂美腸芝士三文治配番茄醬

Yeah, with Ketchup, it just sounds disgusting

是,配番茄醬,聽起來很噁心

And I thought it sounded weird

而且我覺得這聽起來很奇怪

umm ‘cause I'm not really a sandwich person so if I do have Ketchup

因為我非三文治愛好者,所以如果配番茄醬

it's very… it's very rare

那是非常罕見的

But yeah, anyways so… you had a salami and cheese sandwich with Ketchup

但無論如何,你做了一份莎樂美腸芝士三文治配番茄醬

and I thought that was a little weird

我覺得這有點怪

And you're like, oh yeah it's not too bad, plus you had your spices of course

但你說,啊,不是很難吃,當然加上你的香料

and yeah, you're like, here try it

你更說,試試吧

and I was like okay, yeah yeah

而我則說,好的,是

So because of that, for a while, I started eating salami and cheese sandwiches with Ketchup on it

因此有一段時間,我開始吃莎樂美腸芝士三文治配番茄醬

because it wasn't too bad

因為味道不差

I prefer bologna and Ketchup but it was… it was a nice little change

我更喜歡肉腸配番茄醬,但這是個好的微小變化

But I distinctly remember that… that you would fry up some salami

但我清楚記得,你會炸一些莎樂美腸

and put cheese on it and put Ketchup on it

把芝士放上面,再把番茄醬放在上面

Ugh, ugh, ugh…
呃,呃,呃...

Yeah and that's weird for me here that you don't like it

是的,所以你不喜歡它,對我來說很奇怪

‘cause I… I distinctly remember you…

因為我清楚記得你──

You distinctly remember it right
你清楚記得

…making it at least once - more than once really

至少一次,真的不止一次

but I distinctly remember you making it

但我清楚記得你製作這食物

Yup, yup, very, very weird experience I don't know

嗯,非常奇怪的經驗,我不知道

like I said it's just one of those things that I think implicates the whole Mandela effect

如我所說,這只是我認為涉及整個曼德拉效應的事情之一

in a whole different direction

從一個完全不同的方向去理解

than what people are kind of standardly looking at it with umm…

有別於一般人用標準角度去看待它

I do think that, you know, when it comes to most people if...

我認為,對於大部分人

if you know a person long enough

如果你知道認識一個人的時間足夠長

and all of a sudden they don't seem like they like something like they used to

突然間他們似乎並不像他們慣常一樣

it could be a similar situation like what we have

它可能是類似我們所面對的情況

and it's just because we're more aware of the Mandela effect

這只是因為我們更意識到曼德拉效應

where it's more popping out

其效應比以往更突出
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多了一個從來都不知道的姊姊 此外,Jolene的家庭關係,亦出現了明顯的曼德拉效應,她的記憶裡,自己是家庭中最細的女兒,另外有三位哥哥,但從來沒有姊姊,所以年幼時,她一直希望媽媽再生一位妹妹。

有一天,媽媽忽然帶她到一座墓碑前,說是她姊姊Stephanie的墳墓,但她從來都不知道自己有一位姊姊,並且剛離世不久,當她知道這個改變了的現實,才突然記起以往與姊姊一起的片段。

數年後,當她提起這件事,媽媽卻否認曾帶她到姊姊的墳墓,
因為地點是另一個州,不可能曾帶她到過那裡,然而,Jolene 卻可以正確形容她姊姊的墳墓顏色和外形。數年後,媽媽卻否認這件事,表示從未帶她到過所謂姊姊的墳墓。

YouTube: Mandela Effect Example? "The Grave of My Sister" (1:08-8:30)



中文字幕
---------1:08-8:30--------
Okay, well, let me kind of rewind it a little bit
好的,讓我講一點背景

and just kind of give you a little idea of things

讓你有一點概念

I had three brothers

我有三個哥哥

And I knew who they were

我都認識他們

but I had no sisters

但我沒有姊姊

My mom and me, we were living with a boyfriend of hers

我和媽媽與她的男朋友住在一起

And I was young, I was between - I don't know for sure how old I was when this happened

我還年小的時候,不太肯定事發時我多大

I was either between kindergarten and second grade

我大概在幼兒園和小二之間

I want to say, I was in first or second though

意思小一或小二的時候

And I really wanted a sister because I didn't have any sisters, I only had brothers

我真的很想要姊姊,因為我沒有姊姊,只有哥哥

So I remember distinctly that I would pray for a sister

我清楚記得我還祈禱求一個妹妹

You know, I would just keep thinking of, I want a sister, I want a sister

我一直想:我想要妹妹、我想要妹妹

I hope that my mom and her boyfriend

我希望媽媽和她的男朋友

I hope they have, you know, a baby and I hope it's a sister

他們會生小孩,我希望是女孩

you know, I just really wanted a sister

我是多麼渴望有妹妹

And I remember, there was one day that my family and I

我記得有一天我和家人

we went to this place, I didn't know where we were going

我們來到某處,我不知道是哪裡

and we get to this place and it's like fall time

我們來到這地方,是秋天

and there's leaves on the ground and we're at a graveyard

地上有落葉,我們在墓地

And we're walking around

我們在走動

No, actually, I think I was getting kindergarten

不,應該是在讀幼兒園的時候

because I couldn't read very well

因為我不太能閱讀

I was probably in kindergarten, maybe first grade, I don't know

也許是幼兒園、小一吧

Right, we’re around there

好的,大概這段時間

Yeah, I couldn't read very well, I just remember that part

對,我不太能閱讀,我只記得這部分

And it was, I remember it was me and my cousin

我記得當時我和表弟

and we're back… we're the same age

我們是同齡的

I'm only like a month older than my cousin

我只是比他大一個月

We're there and we're looking around at the different graves

我們在那裡看著不同的墳墓

We're not straying too far from the adults

我們沒有離開大人太遠

And I remember my aunts and uncles were consoling my mom

我記得親戚都在安慰媽媽

and they're like, just giving her a hug and they’re like, I'm so sorry

他們擁抱她,又說感到很難過

And I kind of standing around this one grave

我站在墳墓旁

And I don't understand why, and the family also comes up to me

我不太明白,然後親戚都往我這裡來

and they're like, I'm so sorry, Jolene, and they hugged me

他們說:Jolene,我感到很難過,然後擁抱我

And I'm just like, okay ‘cause I have no idea what's going on

我不知所措,因為不曉得怎麼了

why they're saying, I'm sorry

為何他們說很難過

And we're looking at all these different graves

我們看著不同的墳墓

And we don't know who any of these people are

我們不認識任何一位

And me and my cousin, we eventually get over to the grave

我和表弟最後走到那個墳墓

And it's a like a black marble grave

是一個黑色大理石墳墓

It's got dark grey, dark - almost a black

是深灰色,接近黑色

It's the flat type ones right

是平面的那種

Yeah, it's got the silver specs to it, the grey specs to it

對,上面有些銀灰色的敘述

Right



And had a picture of a girl

我看到一張女孩的照片

And I recognized the picture of the girl

我認得照片中的女孩

but I didn't, I couldn't put, you know, I didn't know who she was

但我不知道她是誰

but the picture of her looked familiar

但她看來很面熟

And then the first name, me and my cousin kind of figured out, the name is Stephanie

我和表弟認出她的名字,叫Stephanie

but the last name, we had no idea how to pronounce it

但她的姓氏,我就不知道怎麼讀了

We couldn't figure it out, and it wasn't a name we recognized

我們不認識那姓氏,我們認不出來

So we didn't know who this person was

我們不知道她是誰

and why everyone's focused on this one grave

為何所有人都在注意這墳墓

And I remember that I went home that night

我記得當晚回家

and my mom was tucking me in

媽媽替我蓋上被子

and she said, you know that lady that grave that we saw?

她說:妳看到女孩的墳墓嗎?

I said, yeah

我說:是的

She said, do you know who that was

她說:妳知道她是誰嗎

I said no

我說:不

And she said that was your sister

她說:那是妳的姊姊

And it was just a big shock ‘cause I never knew I had a sister

我太震撼了,因為我從不知道我有姊姊

I knew that I had, I'm sorry, I knew that I had my brothers

我知道我有哥哥

but I didn't know that I had my sister

但從來不知道有姊姊

So it was just a big shock to me

這是極大的震撼

to find out that I had a sister and I didn't even know it

就是知道有一位我從來不認識的姊姊

And to find out the night that I saw her grave

並且這消息來自我探訪她墳墓當晚

and I was there and I didn't even know that that's who she was

我當時根本不知道她是誰

So it was a big shock to me

這是極大的震撼

And after she said that

媽媽講完之後

I started remembering seeing pictures of her

我開始記得自己曾見過女孩的照片

when we lived before we moved into the boyfriend’s house

是在我們搬來男朋友家之前

Now what's interesting is years later

有趣的是,多年之後

See, we never really talked about her after that

自從那次之後,我們沒有再談及姊姊

And I remember years later, I was just casually talking to my mom

多年之後,我有次隨口向媽媽說

and mentioning, oh, yeah, I remember going to see the grave

提起那次探訪墳墓來

My mom’s like, what do you mean

媽媽反應是莫名其妙

and so I tried to describe to her you know

所以我嘗試描述給她聽

yeah, I remember I was going there

我記得到過那裡

And me and my cousin, we were walking around

我和表弟當時還四處走

We didn't know who these people were

我們不認識那些人

We couldn't even pronounce half the names

甚至不能讀出姓氏

and we could figure out what her first name was

但我們認出她的名字來

We really couldn't figure out how to pronounce the last name

我們真的不懂得讀那個姓氏

because she has a different last name than me

因為她的姓氏和我不一樣

‘cause she has a different dad to me

因為她和我同母異父

And she says, no, you've never been to the grave

媽媽說:不,你從來沒到過墳墓去

I said, well, then how come I remember this

我說:嗯,那為何我會記得

she says, I don't know, but you've never seen the grave before

她說:我不知道,但你從來沒到過墳墓去

and I described to her what the grave looked like

然後我形容墳墓的外貌給她

And then she pulls out, you know, she goes ahead and brings out pictures

隨後她就找出一些照片來

and she's like, this is what it looks like

說那是墳墓的外貌

Now I'm like, yeah, that's what I was saying

我說與我所形容的吻合

and she's like, you are right

她說我說得準確

just like, how did you know what it looked like

她奇怪為何我會知道墳墓的外貌

when you've never seen it

她認為我從沒見過

So it was just, she couldn't understand how it is that I had seen it

她不明白為何我見過它

because she was buried, she's from and she was buried and at a completely different state than we live in

因為她是在埋葬在另一個州,與我們居住的州分不同

So that was the huge, you know...

那是個巨大的…

Right, so why the family members were there?

對,為何妳的家人會在哪裡?

Your cousin was there, everybody was there

妳的表兄在,所有人都在

and yet you don't have any memory of going on a trip to a different state

但妳卻記不起自己曾跨到另一個州去

You don't have any memory of coming back home after this event occurred

你沒有記憶自己曾在事後再回家

Nothing like that ever, you know, it was a very short trip...

即那只是一個短途旅程

Yeah it was a short trip

對,只是短途旅程

…from home to the grave and back

從家出發到墳墓再回來

There's no interstate travel going on with all of it

沒有跨州的旅程

And yet, then your mother tells you you've never been to the grave

但妳媽媽卻說妳從沒到過墳墓去

Yet, you know that you were at the grave

然而,妳知道妳到過墳墓

Yeah, which is interesting because like I said that was the only day that we ever talked about her

對,因為只有當晚我們談論過她

Right


because at that point in time I was I want to die, I was hurt, and crushed that

當刻我只想死,我很難過、很悲傷

You had a sister, but didn't know it

你有個姊姊卻不知道

Yeah, it took her death for me to find out that I had a sister

但就在她離世時我才知道我有姊姊

I knew I had my one brother

我知道我有一個哥哥

and I knew that my one brother who

而那一位哥哥

at that point in time I don't think I had even met him yet

當時我是從來沒見過他的

and but he was put up for adoption

而他被收養了

Right
是的

But I knew about him but I didn't know about this sister

我知道他,但我不知道這位姊姊

who is actually a sibling to my one brother that I saw every year

她事實上是我另一位哥哥的妹妹

So it just didn't make any sense to me

所以整件事太不合理了

Why it is that every Christmas, my one brother would come down and visit us

為何每逢聖誕節,那位哥哥都來探望我們

and yet, this sister of mine that just died

但這位剛離世的姊姊

they were a full brother and sister

他們二人是同父同母的兄妹

Right


so how is it she didn't, you know, why didn't she come down

那為何她沒有來探望我們

So… I don’t know, it's just confusing

我不明白,太困惑了

Right, a very bizarre experience that I think could fall within this whole Mandela effect

對,非常古怪的經歷,可說是曼德拉效應

You experience something that is outside of the memories of those that are around you that you tried to speak to about this

你經歷了一些別人記憶中沒有的事情

They didn't have the same experience that you did

他們沒有和你相同的經歷

And yet you have this distinctive memory of the experience

但你卻有這清晰的記憶

That's what the Mandela effect is all about

這是曼德拉效應所能造成的
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Jolene 亦曾經歷另一件奇怪事,曾經,自己和媽媽上街時,遇見一位有色人種的女士,媽媽與她擁抱,並介紹是以前收養的女兒。她覺得很奇怪,因為從未聽過媽媽收養過一位女兒,亦從未聽過這位姊姊的存在,並且,媽媽向來是白人至上,對有色人種一直帶有歧視,實在完全不明白為何媽媽會收養有色人種為女兒。後來現實又出現轉變,媽媽突然又表示從未收養過一位有色人種的女兒。

YouTube:Mandela Effect Example? "My Sister No Longer Exists" (1:53-8:35)


中文字幕
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Now one day me and my mother we went to this strip mall that had a hair-cutting place there
一天我和媽媽往商場的理髮店去

so we went there and we went to walk inside

我們到了那裡,準備走進去

and just as we were walking inside

我們正走進去的時候

there's this woman that comes up in my mom

一位女士向媽媽迎面而來

recognizing her and they start talking immediately

她認得媽媽,就聊起來

Now this woman is mixed and there's a reason I point this out and I'll explain in a minute

這女士是混血兒,我之後會解釋為何提及這點

but she's mixed and my mom and her, they're talking

她是混血兒,和媽媽聊起來

They're just like, oh, my gosh, it's been so long and

她倆似乎很久沒見一樣

the lady looks at me and she's like, wow

女士看著我,她的反應就像

you've grown so much, I can't believe it

很驚訝我長大了這麼多,難以置信般

and I'm like, I just haven't seen you

而我就像完全不認識她

I've lost touch with you, I'm so sorry

我們好像沒有聯絡,真抱歉

and you're clueless as to who that person is

但其實我毫無頭緒她是誰

...I have no idea who this person is

我完全不知道她是誰

and they, I mean, they hug and she even gives me a hug

然後她們相擁,甚至她也給了我擁抱

and I'm just like, I don't know who this person is and I'm in an awkward position

而我不知這人是誰,我的處境很奇怪

'cause I don't know who this person is

因為我不知道她是誰

and, yeah, so she goes to, you know, leave and my mom explains to me, that's your sister

然後她就離開,我媽媽解釋說她是我的姊姊

I said, what?

我說:甚麼?

She said, yeah, that's your sister

她說:對啊,她是妳的姊姊

and I'm looking at my mom and I'm looking at her or you know where she had left through

我看著我媽媽,然後再看女士離開的方向

and I said, she's mixed, it's like so you had...

我說,她是混血的,所以妳曾經…

and she said, no, no, we had adopted

她說:不!不!我們曾領養

I don't know for sure if she was meaning foster or just full-out adopted

我不肯定她意思是寄養還是十足的領養

'cause she made it sound like they took her in when she was quite older

因為聽起來像是在孩子長大了才收養的

and that's why she was quite older when I had seen her

因此在我遇見女士時,她年紀也不輕

She was at least in her 20s when I had seen her

當時她至少20多歲

so, yeah, she had mentioned that the husband that she was with before my dad

媽媽說她是在認識我父親前,與前夫領養的

they had adopted her and then they had my brother and sister, Stephanie

他們領養她,也生了哥哥和姊姊Stephanie

So finding this out, it's like, okay

當時我想,好吧

well, I didn't know I had the other sister Stephanie

嗯,我也不知道我有位姊姊Stephanie

until the day I saw her grave

直到某天看到她墳墓

so now I see this sister, that's an adopted sister, but it's still sibling of one sense or another

接著是這位領養的姊姊,某程度上算是手足

And I asked my mom flat out

我直截了當地問媽媽:

do I have any other siblings that I don't know about?

還有其他我不認識的兄弟姊妹嗎?

and she's like, no, no, that's it, that's it

她說:沒有了

and I'm like, okay, hope so

我心想:希望如此吧

You know, I mean at this point just as she didn't tell me about Stephanie

就像她沒有告訴我Stephanie一樣

and now I don't know, you know, I don't even know what this lady's name was

今天我也不認識這女士

I didn't really catch what her name was

我沒有注意到她名字

and see the other strange thing is

另一點奇怪的是

she was mixed and my mom is racist

她是混血兒,我媽媽卻是種族歧視的

Yes, she's very racist

她有很深的種族歧視

My mom is racist so the fact that she took in

她帶有種族歧視,而她卻收養那女士

and always has been racist

她一直都種族歧視

Granted she was in full black or anything but she was mixed

而那女士是黑色人種,是混血的

She was, you know, definitely black roots to her

她肯定屬於黑色人種

so that was the biggest thing that really stuck out to me too

因此最令我感到突兀的

It's like, wait, you took in this person and yet you're as racist as I see you be

是你帶有種族歧視,卻又撫養她

This doesn't make any sense to me

這對我而言太不合理了

so the whole thing just made no sense to me

所以整件事太不合理了

but she's like, yeah, she's your sister

但媽媽卻說她是我姊姊

and so I, you know, we talked about it

我們就此談論

We got our hair done, way home we talked about it some more

我們理了髮,在回家路上再談論

and it's just the weird...

這真是奇怪

She described her to you, I mean, the things that happened in the past with her

她向你描述那女士和之前發生的事

I mean she kind of gave a breakdown of the story

意思是她告訴妳詳情

Yeah, like you said, they took her in before they had...

是的,她說他們收養了之後……

What I'm saying though is this is what she told you about, you know

我意思是這是她告訴你的,對不?

Yeah, that's what I'm saying

對,我是這個意思

Yeah, she told me that they, you know that, they adopted her

她說,他們收養了她

and before my mom had my sister Stephanie and my brother, that's truth, that's been

就在媽媽生我姊姊Stephanie和哥哥之前

and you know that she was already older

而她是已經較年長的

and she wasn't in the house and like by the time my brother and sister were of a certain age

她在我哥哥和姊姊長大到某個年紀時

she was already out of the house kind of thing

她就已經搬走了

Right, she grew up or graduated and moved out

對,她長大了,畢業後就離開

Yeah, so you know I just and I asked, you know, how come I didn't see her

是的,我問為何我沒有見過她?

and she admitted that after she moved out, they didn't really keep in contact with each other

媽媽承認在她搬走之後,彼此就沒有聯繫

You know, it was kind of just a short-term thing

所以是一件短暫的事情

Since it was just like a few years, I don't really know the time frame

因為只是短短幾年,我不太知道時間

It was just a confusing mess for me to try and figure it out

這個真相卻讓我很困惑

but since it was such a short time period by the time she left

但因為當時見面時間太短

it was kind of a cutting of the ties and she just kind of became her own independent woman

我們就失去了聯繫,她也過著獨立的生活

Now, years later, I try to bring it up again

好了,數年後,我重提舊事

and ask her what this lady's name is

問媽媽這位女士叫甚麼名字

My mom's like, what the hell are you talking about?

媽媽的反應是完全不曉得我在說甚麼

and it's so awkward to try and ask, you know

當時情況很奇怪,我問:

so what's the name of that mixed person that you had adopted

那位你收養的混血兒叫甚麼名字

What are you talking about?

妳在說甚麼?

To a very racist person

特別向帶有種族歧視的人

Exactly, I mean it was so awkward

正確,真的很奇怪

'cause I, you know, I started out confidently, you know

因為我還理直氣壯地問

what about, you know, the one sister that you had adopted with, you know, husband before my dad

那位你與前夫收養的姊姊怎麼了?

She's like, what are you talking about, we didn't adopt anyone

她不明白,指她沒有收養任何人

but so then I tried asking her, you know, so, who was that we had seen one day we went to get our hair cut and there was this lady

我嘗試問,那位我們某天去理髮碰到的女士?

and she was mixed, she gave hugs

她是混血的,她擁抱我們

she said I was related to her in some way, shape or form

她說我和她是有關係的

She says I have no idea what you're talking about

媽媽說她一點頭緒也沒有

you know, and she couldn't even think of the person that I was trying to explain

她甚至想不起我嘗試描述的那位女士

I said, so who is this person then

然後我說,那麼她是誰

If I am just mistaken that she was my sister, adopted sister, but either way, a sister

如果我誤會了她是我的姊姊,或收養的姊姊

you know, who was she then?

那麼她是誰呢?

and she says, you know me, Jolene, I wouldn't, you know

她說:Jolene,你懂我的,我不會樣做

She couldn't think of who it is

她想不起來是誰

She's like, I wouldn't hug someone like that, you know

她說我不會擁抱這樣的人

Right, because again she was almost like full-on KKK kind of style racist

因為她像三k黨那樣般帶有種族歧視

Yeah, in her, in her beliefs, yeah, and it definitely not the same way for you but...

對,根深柢固的,當然妳不是,可是…

No, but, yeah, so it was just, okay, so why is it that I remember seeing this person

對,我不是,我就奇怪為何我記得見過這人

We had this conversation

我們就談起這個來

and I just infuriated me to think, okay, so you didn't tell me about my other sister

我生氣了,好的,你不告訴我這位姊姊

and now I found out I have another sister

現在我發現另一位姊姊

because this happened before I found out

而這事發生在我發現另一位姊姊之前

that my mom says I never visited the grave of my sister Stephanie

那是媽媽說我從沒探訪過姊姊Stephanie的墳墓

This was before that time period too

這是發生在此事之前的
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原來,現今的曼德拉效應,已經影響至部分人的個人經歷和家庭成員,歷史現實都出現了突然的轉變。往後的主日信息,我們會為大家分享更多這一類家庭關係和居住環境改變的曼德拉效應。

以往,我們只會從恐怖電影看見這些情節,但現今,這些情節卻非常密集地發生在世界各地,正是向我們提示世界已經如啟示錄的預言正在崩潰。

希伯來書 12:26-27
26 當時他的聲音震動了地,但如今他應許說:「再一次我不單要震動地,還要震動天。」
27這再一次的話,是指明被震動的,就是受造之物都要挪去,使那不被震動的常存。

路加福音 21:26
天勢都要震動,人想起那將要臨到世界的事,就都嚇得魂不附體

錫安教會中,亦有全職的家庭歷史出現了曼德拉效應,大家亦不妨開始留意自己的家庭歷史和成員,有否出現改變呢?假若真是如此,你能夠想像,曼德拉效應的範圍,已經不是單純數十種事不關己的死物,而是上億計人類牽涉人倫上的轉變。

但13年前,其實早已有電影透露,世界將會出現這種親人的歷史改變,或親人突然消失的曼德拉效應,詳情,請大家繼續收看下一集曼德拉效應專輯。


註:什麼是曼德拉效應?
「曼德拉效應」Mandela Effect 是指一些人、事、物件的現實狀況,與大部分人的記憶印象不相符,但凡出現這個現象,就稱為「曼德拉效應」。 這效應名字的由來,是來自有關前任南非總統曼德拉的實際個案,正如現實所見,他於2013年離世。但是,原來早於2010年的時候就有人提出,他清楚記得,曼德拉於80年代的時候,經已在監獄中離世。提出的人能夠陳述當年自己看過的報道、葬禮的電視片段,甚至是曼德拉遺孀賺人熱淚的演講。 當這個說法提出後,竟然得到大量網民回應,表示有相同記憶。從此,當現實與人們的集體記憶出現不相符,就會被標籤為「曼德拉效應」。 相關文章:曼德拉效應(一)前言-幻變的現實




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