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Mandela effect : Rodin's The thinker

 
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He made more than one.
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Yep.
I visited his house/museum in Paris.
There's a bunch of them, different sizes too.
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They were all cast from the same mold, so they are all identical.

They used to be fist to forehead, and now they are not.
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nobody noticed that? or no one here has a bit of knowledge?
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yah. scores have noticed it.

little things like this are what i call 'ripple effects' of bigger events that were changed.

nothing we can do about it...so just go on.
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nobody noticed that? or no one here has a bit of knowledge?
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yah. scores have noticed it.

little things like this are what i call 'ripple effects' of bigger events that were changed.

nothing we can do about it...so just go on.
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"Just go on"??? LOL No, this is too big to "just go on."

It is a harbinger of much more.
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Thank you for all your answers!
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Thank you for all your answers!
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Love to you!!
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We are shifting realities all the time. We are in a transitional phase right now between the New Earth and the old earth. Your energy and intent must be primarily about Love to go to the New Earth. There's still time to change, but the door is closing rapidly.
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SO much residue of the old reality on this one... You can debate many other Mandela Effects, but this one is indisputable. A smoking gun. There are people posing next to it in photos doing the old pose! (See link.)

Even the sculptor himself described his own statue as having a "clenched fist." Not anymore. From this article:

[link to www.altnews.info]

It appears that in this reality, Rodin’s “The Thinker” statue has been significantly altered. No longer does he hold a clenched fist to his forehead, but now, appears to be drooling onto his hand.

This is obvious, especially in light of what Rodin himself has said about his own sculpture. I’m willing to bet that no one thinks like this. Notice the right arm crossed over onto the left leg. This seems extremely awkward, and an unusually unnatural position. I am willing to bet that people remember him with his clenched fist pressed up against his forehead. Rodin himself even specifically mentioned the term “clenched fist”:

“What makes my Thinker think is that he thinks not only with his brain, with his knitted brow, his distended nostrils and compressed lips, but with every muscle of his arms, back, and legs, with his clenched fist and gripping toes.”

Here is what the original pose looked like, modeled by George Bernard Shaw:


[link to www.altnews.info]
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I am a little freaked out.
I remember this statue as having his fist on his forehead.

This mondaloo effect is getting wierd...
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I am a little freaked out.
I remember this statue as having his fist on his forehead.

This mondaloo effect is getting wierd...
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Totes!!

But it's fun though, right??

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I am a little freaked out.
I remember this statue as having his fist on his forehead.

This mondaloo effect is getting wierd...
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Totes!!

But it's fun though, right??

banana25a
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In a way, yes! Well not fun as such but VERY interesting!

This statue one is the wierdest yet for me because I am 100% convinced it has changed.
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I am a little freaked out.
I remember this statue as having his fist on his forehead.

This mondaloo effect is getting wierd...
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Totes!!

But it's fun though, right??

banana25a
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In a way, yes! Well not fun as such but VERY interesting!

This statue one is the wierdest yet for me because I am 100% convinced it has changed.
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Right, I don't think there's any other Mandela Effect that has so much blatant residue of the old way. It's unsettling, but also empowering to me... These changes seem to confirm what so many spiritual paths say about this life being "just an illusion," and that things are malleable here.

Our souls are immortal, so it's brought me to the place of why not just lighten up and enjoy the ride?? It all still feels purposeful, and I do believe we reap what we sow, but these days I'm mostly in awe and wonder at the complexity & potential of it all.
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I am a little freaked out.
I remember this statue as having his fist on his forehead.

This mondaloo effect is getting wierd...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75722619



Totes!!

But it's fun though, right??

banana25a
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In a way, yes! Well not fun as such but VERY interesting!

This statue one is the wierdest yet for me because I am 100% convinced it has changed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75722619


Right, I don't think there's any other Mandela Effect that has so much blatant residue of the old way. It's unsettling, but also empowering to me... These changes seem to confirm what so many spiritual paths say about this life being "just an illusion," and that things are malleable here.

Our souls are immortal, so it's brought me to the place of why not just lighten up and enjoy the ride?? It all still feels purposeful, and I do believe we reap what we sow, but these days I'm mostly in awe and wonder at the complexity & potential of it all.
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I like your positive outlook but this one has spooked me! I think maybe there'll be a lot more wierdness for a while yet as we do seem to be 'shifting' here in Earth towards a different era!
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Totes!!

But it's fun though, right??

banana25a
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75497407


In a way, yes! Well not fun as such but VERY interesting!

This statue one is the wierdest yet for me because I am 100% convinced it has changed.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75722619


Right, I don't think there's any other Mandela Effect that has so much blatant residue of the old way. It's unsettling, but also empowering to me... These changes seem to confirm what so many spiritual paths say about this life being "just an illusion," and that things are malleable here.

Our souls are immortal, so it's brought me to the place of why not just lighten up and enjoy the ride?? It all still feels purposeful, and I do believe we reap what we sow, but these days I'm mostly in awe and wonder at the complexity & potential of it all.
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I like your positive outlook but this one has spooked me! I think maybe there'll be a lot more wierdness for a while yet as we do seem to be 'shifting' here in Earth towards a different era!
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I agree, I think the shifts and anomalies will only continue. Just hold on, be positive and enjoy the ride! Love always wins in the end no matter how it may look in the short term.
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I studied Art in college 1973. Sorry guy, but you have it wrong. Rodin's "The Thinker" always had his right hand to his chin and in a sitting position.
This is correct. No Mandela here. Move along nothing to see.
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This
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No it did not, I also am into art, taught art, studied art, this is absolutely faker than anything I have ever seen, can it happen sure, do you think some one or some groups are doing this, possible, they could easily be doing this. Rodin's statue was not effeminate, the hand under the chin is feminine, sorry it is. Male on the forehead, female under the chin, this would be a female pose. His fist was on his forehead had been and he even drew it and did mock ups of the fist on the forehead.
Sorry I got a headache

These are the times that tries men's and
women's souls!

May we come though it victorious!
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While many Mandela Effects include some measure of doubt, the residue on this one makes it indisputable.

Something has changed. We're on a different timeline.

It's possible "reality" has always been shifting around in minor ways, but for whatever reason, now it's discernible.

Where's it all leading?? I see a world where Love and goodwill are primary, and we treat others as we wish to be treated.

Perhaps the way we treat others is the only thing that matters, the only thing we have full control over here?

Free will. How are you using yours?

How will you look back on this human life when it is over?

Will you be proud of how you lived it?
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Actually, 50 years ago, The Thinker had his clinched fist under his chin. I know, because we art students had to sketch the statue.

About this time last year, there was a debate here on GLP about The Thinker having changed. At that time he had his fist on his forehead, a la George Bernard Shaw, which by the way, I had never seen that picture ever before. Many people remembered the statue having a clinched fist under his chin.

Around six months ago, I noticed that the statue had changed again, this time with an oustretched hand under his chin. I searched GLP, but could not find the previous thread.

I know these statements to be fact, and I have no idea what reality is, anymore, and I am beginning to think that is the objective of these happenings.
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I studied Art in college 1973. Sorry guy, but you have it wrong. Rodin's "The Thinker" always had his right hand to his chin and in a sitting position.
This is correct. No Mandela here. Move along nothing to see.
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You went to college, well sorta, yet you cannot grasp the simple concept of the Mandela Effect no matter how many times it is explained to you. It has nothing to do with memory, it's Quantum. You seem to have a very bad memory if you cannot seem to remember how the Mandela effect works.
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Oh it's quantam.

thanks
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I studied Art in college 1973. Sorry guy, but you have it wrong. Rodin's "The Thinker" always had his right hand to his chin and in a sitting position.
This is correct. No Mandela here. Move along nothing to see.
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You went to college, well sorta, yet you cannot grasp the simple concept of the Mandela Effect no matter how many times it is explained to you. It has nothing to do with memory, it's Quantum. You seem to have a very bad memory if you cannot seem to remember how the Mandela effect works.
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Oh it's quantam.

thanks
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I'm having a blast with all of it. Like Bill Hicks said, "It's just a ride!"

hf
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Enter Words : example "Fruit Loops"
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Enter Words : example "Fruit Loops"
Search Box for Mandela effects residue of the old reality [link to j-archive.com]
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Did you get this from Moneybags73's channel? I'd be wary of anything that man says.

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I studied Art in college 1973. Sorry guy, but you have it wrong. Rodin's "The Thinker" always had his right hand to his chin and in a sitting position.
This is correct. No Mandela here. Move along nothing to see.
 Quoting: toocoolforschool 72545885


This
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No it did not, I also am into art, taught art, studied art, this is absolutely faker than anything I have ever seen, can it happen sure, do you think some one or some groups are doing this, possible, they could easily be doing this. Rodin's statue was not effeminate, the hand under the chin is feminine, sorry it is. Male on the forehead, female under the chin, this would be a female pose. His fist was on his forehead had been and he even drew it and did mock ups of the fist on the forehead.
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Hmm...like you, I remember a fist and I think it looks effeminate the way the hand is angled. However, I remember the first being under the chin. I don't recall the face ever being obscured by the fist-to-forehead.

Of course, maybe we remember replicas and people imitating the pose more than the actual statue itself. Besides, it's usually shown from the front. A fist on the forehead would obscure the look of deep thinking shown on the face.
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I studied Art in college 1973. Sorry guy, but you have it wrong. Rodin's "The Thinker" always had his right hand to his chin and in a sitting position.
This is correct. No Mandela here. Move along nothing to see.
 Quoting: toocoolforschool 72545885


You went to college, well sorta, yet you cannot grasp the simple concept of the Mandela Effect no matter how many times it is explained to you. It has nothing to do with memory, it's Quantum. You seem to have a very bad memory if you cannot seem to remember how the Mandela effect works.
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Oh it's quantam.

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To understand how this happening you must think in a new way of
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The Mandela effect is too complicated to explain to mankind, but it involves the forces of light and darkness and multi-able dimensions and timelines. Why is it becoming noticeable now Christ wanted people to question reality itself and realise the world is a lie, that it was setup to trap mankind through sin to lower dimensional kingdoms designed to feed on suffering, such is the true understanding of Hell. God and Devil are behind what is going on as a war for timeline is occurring, God seeking to give mankind the better ending as possible, though some things unavoidable, Devil seeking to make it worse, choice impacts not only your personal reality's but the sphere as a whole. A persons destination is death can be altered while they are alive, the state you die in determines what occurs when die. Sadly most of mankind got taken into Death and Hades, the underworlds and now is calling out for help to the Light to God to resurrect and free them. The narrow path to avoid this snare few found, but the good news is the Author came to fix things best that can be done.
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The Mandela effect is too complicated to explain to mankind, but it involves the forces of light and darkness and multi-able dimensions and timelines. Why is it becoming noticeable now Christ wanted people to question reality itself and realise the world is a lie, that it was setup to trap mankind through sin to lower dimensional kingdoms designed to feed on suffering, such is the true understanding of Hell. God and Devil are behind what is going on as a war for timeline is occurring, God seeking to give mankind the better ending as possible, though some things unavoidable, Devil seeking to make it worse, choice impacts not only your personal reality's but the sphere as a whole. A persons destination is death can be altered while they are alive, the state you die in determines what occurs when die. Sadly most of mankind got taken into Death and Hades, the underworlds and now is calling out for help to the Light to God to resurrect and free them. The narrow path to avoid this snare few found, but the good news is the Author came to fix things best that can be done.
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