A woman reveals an incredible theory. Humans do not die; rather, they travel to other worlds.
Joli connected the new Mandela effect to a hypothetical Earth apocalypse idea, claiming that our awareness is continually transferring to another universe.
People never actually die, according to one woman, but are instead moved to another universe.
Joli, who describes herself as a philosophical artist, has thousands of TikTok fans to whom she broadcasts some genuinely bizarre conspiracy theories.
She described the Quantum Immortality hypothesis in one of her latest videos, which “suggests that nobody ever genuinely dies,” as she puts it.
“I’m sorry to break your bubble, but if you’re hoping that the apocalypse will offer you that wonderful, sweet comfort,” Jolie says before explaining quantum immortality.
“The quantum immortality theory claims that no one ever dies and that consciousness never dies.”
“Instead, if you die in one reality, your consciousness is transported to a parallel universe where you live,” says the author.
She goes on to say that individuals will wake up in another universe with no recollection of having recently survived an apocalypse, with the “new Mandela effect” as a hint.
The effect is a psychological phenomena that causes us to doubt even our most banal memories from the past.
“So after the inevitable catastrophe occurs, you’re going to wake up the next day in a new reality,” she says.
“And the next thing you know, you’re chatting about ‘Since when did Pizza Hut have two Ts?!’ on Reddit.”
‘It’s always had two Ts?’ I argue with folks who are native to this new reality.”
Joli also claims that apocalypses occur on a daily basis in our lives and speculates that the Earth is most likely always being taken out.
“Our consciousness is always being transferred to another parallel reality — and then another, and another,” she continues.
“For all you know, the apocalypse happened perhaps last night…”
Viewers were disturbed by her presentation of the notion, and others were so curious that they Googled the spelling of Pizza Hut.
“Is that why I keep having bizarre deja-vu?” one person wondered.
“So, by that hypothesis, the effects of what happened in 2012 have already shifted universes, correct?” wrote another.
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