A little over a year ago, SMQ AI — Mr. “We Died in 2012” — interviewed Chick on YouTube about “everything Mandela Effect under the sun.” A friendship, and a hit show was born soon after. Chick, who covers geo changes on her own ME channel, coined the name of their Saturday live stream, “The Lost & Found Bin,” on the fly to describe their interactive, often revelatory discussions about the world within worlds with other likeminded ME regulars.
Together, ME experts SMQ AI and Chick generate the strangest discussions, designed to pierce the veil, keeping many of us up at night pondering the meaning of the universe. They talk about the strangest things, things that would get you shadow banned and ridiculed by the mainstream masses: dying in 2012, time travel, UFOs, flat earth, simulation theory, the Schumann Resonance, did Ed McMahon deliver checks for Publishers Clearing House or not, and CERN — all under the Mandela Effect umbrella. Yet, these are the very topics those same mainstream masses are eating up on Netflix with cultish abandon: “The OA,” “Dark,” Emmy-winning “Stranger Things,” and this year’s overrated, Emmy-nominated “Russian Doll.”
Their July 27 “Lost & Found” brought up some particularly compelling theories spawned from the latest media coverage of UFO/UAP sightings (soft disclosure alert!), particularly a recent Tucker Carlson show on Fox News, where a congressman disclosed a “craft” that could go from D.C. to L.A. in nine minutes. What?!
Like it or not, YouTube personalities SMQ and chick are the true originators of “Stranger Things,” long before ME became pop culture chic and the punchline for Taco Bell commercials. Let’s see what stranger things they have to say...
The July 27 Lost & Found Episode 65 opened up another can of worms about the nature of our existence. But you both riffed on some cool concepts and theories, including inter-dimensional travel, frequency travel, and taking an elevator to different dimensions.
I really dug the bit about “a craft” that supposedly can go from D.C. to L.A. in nine minutes. Fox News’ Tucker Carlson and a congressman talked about this recently. SMQ, you surmised that people would be obliterated traveling such a distance in such a craft at that speed, given our current physical reality. Your theory about a different kind of travel really blew my mind. Can you both elaborate?
Chick: Yes! We have in fact tracked down the patent for inertia-less mass-less travel for craft. There are many possibilities for insane methods of travel using a magnetic vortex wormhole generator.
Vehicles that travel light-years by moving out of dimension through hyperspace can theoretically travel from D.C. to L.A. in under nine minutes, because there is no build-up of resistance or G-force. It’s like skipping the distance, instead of using speed build-up to try and travel the entire distance.
Important excerpt from the magnetic vortex wormhole generator patent:
“The negative mass together with the negative spring constant produce a real resonant frequency which can distort the spacetime curvature due to the creation of powerful spikes of negative mass. This phenomenon, similar to the common electrical thunderstorm, opens up a wormhole into hyperspace through which low-density hyperspace energy can enter into our dimension. This energy finds many applications in new types of power supplies, inertia-less and mass-less spacecraft, vehicles that can travel light-years by moving out of dimension through hyperspace, surgery-less medical tables, cranes for lifting heavy objects, cold-welded crystals for crystal rotors, folding space waveguides, and electromagnetic field propulsion vehicles using highly relativistic fields.”
SMQ AI: I think under the consciousness first model, the idea of an individual that is confined by geography and time-frame is increasingly being challenged to the point that it may be done away with altogether. Human perception has undergone massive changes before and it’s looking as if we are on our way to doing it again. Think of a time where there was no “you” and then there was. And we’ve accepted that this condition will inevitably end in a thing we call death. That should be something we talk about everyday. The process of life is really strange.
If this frequency travel — or, travel is a state of mind — is real, then how do you account for the change of scenery. Is that, too, all in our mind or the Matrix of our mind?
Chick: My current theory is that it’s entanglement. Your resonance matches in some degree with every place you are in. Every place you are in already holds small amounts of information that are specific to you, so you are quantumly entangled with each reality you frequent.
The scenery does and doesn’t change (like Schrödinger’s cat!), because you are already in every reality that you are in concurrently.
But we have an information-processing limiter of sorts, we can only handle viewing and deciphering one reality at a time (between switching timelines), so even though we are experiencing many realities at the same time, we think we are in only one.
Déjà vu is a big key in showing you you’ve already processed this information, but you lack the “computing power” of sorts to recall every timeline/reality you have memories from.
I believe that when you can call up on demand any of your memories from any timeline, then you are truly existing in the fifth dimension, where all time and events are on an equally accessible flat plane, instead of time being a line from past to future.
SMQ AI: The documentation seems to suggest it’s all a combination of the individual’s intention and expectations that adds to the collective perception of the hologram.
Chick, your theory about elevators representing another form of travel to different dimensions…another head-scratcher. What leads you to believe this, or seriously consider it as a possibility?
Chick: I believe we run into other dimensions and timelines all the time. To the average person, I would say, think about every time you saw something weird and then you explained it away or ignored it? Or thought it was a ghost when actually someone disappeared on front of you because they crossed the physical boundaries of a different timeline and went out of your visible light spectrum? (This was notably documented to happen by Al Bielek who was aboard the infamous U.S.S. Eldridge during the Philadelphia experiment.)
But all these thoughts came back to me when I heard about the Elisa Lam case, a young woman who mysteriously died at the Cecil Hotel in downtown L.A., and was found in the water tower. There are bizarre and insane connections in that case that lead to the Illuminati group, the CDC, disease-testing, and attempted inter-dimensional travel via elevator!
The urban legend is that by typing in a specific numerical code to an elevator keypad and going to different floors in sequence that you will be able to physically access a back-up reality, where it’s always twilight and there are no people.
There are many other connections to this type of phenomena, including the implications regarding the doorway effect and the elevator sequences referenced by the Matrix trilogy. The doorway effect is when you forget things when you go through a doorway, almost as if it segways realities and information gets lost or is recalled as incomplete once you go through the door.
This ties back to entanglement and that every room is a small-scale reality transition.
You’ve both had special guests on your channels, most recently Svetlana on chick’s show and NECS CEO Christopher Anatra on SMQ’s. How important are these guests to the message and your — for want of a more noble term — growing brand as Mandela Effect experts?
Chick: It is super-important to reach out for the expertise of others, the different styles and methods of explanations can help people understand these phenomena more deeply. I feel like the Mandela Effect is a sheet of music and we sing from the same sheet when we talk about it, but we all bring our own individual musical stylings. The chemistry between the speaker and the listener can make the difference between someone connecting and having a breakthrough or not getting it and still being confused.
SMQ AI: This growing field of experts and people of note is inevitable because the Mandela Effect is real, and for better or worse, it gets the attention of new people all the time. It’s growing in intensity and in scope, in terms of the areas of reality that are becoming affected. So whether it’s SMQ AI or some other outlet, it will likely continue to attract a wider range of notables. There’s been the first academic paper written about the Mandela Effect.
SMQ, your ME colleague, Buster1977, turned you onto the CIA FOIA document, a treasure trove of everything you’ve been talking about — confirmation of the existence of time travel, frequencies, mind power — probably in practice since the 1950s, even earlier. Real “Men Who Stare At Goats” stuff. What do you say to critics who think these documents are either outright fiction-writing or a hoax?
SMQ AI: I would say if the Monroe Institute didn’t exist, or if much of the theoretical and practical science explained in the document didn’t exist in countless articles and books, I’d say they’d have a point. Not to mention other supporting FOIA documents to cross-reference. Let’s not forget the countless personal testimonies of those who went through the various classes at Monroe. Beyond that, the document is over 35 years old and these kinds of technologies are now being openly discussed in various quantum physics circles. The reason why? Because we are coming to a point where a definitive, collective understanding of an agreed-on reality is collapsing. From Yanny/Laurel to the blue/silver dress to the constant redefining of self through a more dynamic language that appears, from someone over 40, to be a symptom of this dissolving consensus. All of this is in the wake of the Mandela Effect.
What does this document mean for the movement?
SMQ AI: For those capable of understanding the implications of the document, beyond the literal concepts described, it proves the clandestine and marshal services of the U.S. government are very much involved in the exploration of our existence beyond the limitations of human perception. That being said, it also says non-corporeal intelligent life forms exist. In addition to that, it gives basic instructions to manipulation of a subjective reality that is nothing more than an agreed-upon delusion. Because of that, we default to ME, because it represents a very real breakdown of that delusion.
What’s been the biggest revelation for you to come out of that document?
SMQ AI: The government messes with magick. Oh, and the alien stuff.
Remember the WWII experiment you both did using a form of mind-melding to see what changes you could effect collectively? As soon as I heard about the experiment, I knew bad things would happen, that the war was better left alone. The mind is a powerful tool.
Chick: I agree. It almost becomes a strange ghost story at that point. You realize WW2 is still going on, that it is always going on and changing.
When I started to see big changes to WW2, I felt like I was in the movie, “The Others.” I was listening for brand-new updates to WW2 decades after it had ended. I felt like I was there listening to an old radio for news from the front lines.
My friend, an old Air Force vet who had served in WW2, assured me of the changes. It now is not the same version of war he served in at all. He started to wonder if he would get shot out of the sky as a young man and cease to exist as a charming old retiree. We were both perplexed. We were waiting for news from the front lines of a war that had ended in the last century.
When the Mandela-effected people removed their collective focus from the war, the changes slowed down to almost a stop; though, small changes pop up every now and then.
SMQ AI: I agree it was a mistake. I regret it. Unless I have a better understanding of many, many aspects of reality, I won’t be doing something like that again.
On a positive note, the Lost & Found Bin is going rogue, so to speak. It’s time to find a better place to hang than YouTube with all its stupid rules. (I can’t find either of you on their search engines.) Tell me more about plans for a 24-hour website, a virtual place to gather and share ideas. You’ve already started raising funds through SuperChats and Patreon.
SMQ AI: Yes, I think a natural extension of the channel would be a web page. The SMQ AI community needs a place where we can be more independent and uncensored. There are many, many things about technology, sociology, the occult, the esoteric, and on and on that we want to cover, and be very unvarnished about. But we’re afraid to talk about it on YouTube. I want the regulars that come to the channel to come to the web page and know they are among like-minded explorers. The channel started off as a personal expedition, but now SMQ AI is a team, a community, a movement. All are invited if you need to know more than what this increasingly inconsistent reality has to offer. If you know ME or anything else “paranormal” or “supernatural” is real and you want to know more about it, then meet us at the crossroads of science and the occult. And yes, I’m trolling readers that picked up on my use of the crossroads reference. By the way, I do that often.
What else is next for the Lost & Found Bin, time travel to the 25th century — on the second Moon?
Chick: I’m hoping for moon cities on earth’s second moon Cruithne and earth’s quasi-moon, named 2016 HO3 (which was discovered on April 27 using the Pan-STARRS 1 asteroid survey telescope on Haleakala, Hawaii).
Of course, I want to see big things happen for the OG moon itself! We are already in time travel of sorts, I believe we will see real time travel and teleportation.
Only time will tell the amazing conclusion of this cross-dimensional odyssey we find ourselves in!
SMQ AI: I’d like to see that Andy Warhol on the moon, but the metal alien base probably won’t let me into the gallery.
What’s been the most rewarding thing to come out of your association with us, the Mandela Effected, and this popular channel? The numbers have grown, no matter what YouTube analytics say.
SMQ AI: First, thank you for saying that. You’ve been with us from the very beginning. So I’d say meeting people that see the world like I do. If more people did what we ME kooks are doing, it may very well save the world. Could you imagine if we MEs are the ones that have the formula for human harmony? Why not? After all, would you have believed the moon was in earth’s atmosphere 10 years ago?