My special guest tonight is author and researcher Rob Shelsky who's here to discuss events that occurred in our history may have been changed in a supernatural way.
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Are we "safe" in this universe? Is our reality fixed? Can we rely on what seems "real" and solid? Is the Mandela Effect an actual phenomenon or just the result of false memories? In Rob Shelsky's new book, Shattered Reality The Mandela Effect, he discusses all this and much more. He even tries to provide answers and some of these just might surprise you. Author Rob Shelsky discusses in-depth the possible nature of the Mandela Effect, if it is even real, or just false memories. He provides evidence, tangible evidence included, for the idea the Mandela Effect is a real "happening." If it is, then what are the consequences? The author discusses these, as well. Moreover, Rob offers a number of possible causes for the Mandela Effect, some of which are chilling in nature. Can we rely on our memories? Is the past changing? Is "someone" interfering with our timeline, and if so, who and why? Rob Shelsky delves into all these issues and many more in his latest book, Shattered Reality The Mandela Effect. A word of warning; if you prefer to believe in a safe, unchanging reality, then this book might not be for you!
Bestselling and award-nominated author Rob Shelsky is a longtime UFO investigator, as well as a Field Investigator for MUFON. His science fiction trilogy, The Apocrypha, has been nominated for The Manly Wade-Wellman Award. Rob has written many books on the topics of UFOs, ancient aliens, the Hollow Moon Theory and much more. When finished for the day, he likes to sit in the garden, sip a glass of Merlot, watch the sunset, and contemplate his next book.