Some time ago, a person posting as Mr. Stain left a cryptic message for us.
He said, “This has nothing to do with financial gain the A is a marker for every time processor in the event of an emergency to understand what reality they are in, there are so many more markers that are hidden from the public yet each letter stands for age, date, time and sequence. This information is true and has been provided for your understanding by a fellow time processor…please watch out for 2029! Be prepaired and watch out for the awakening, this is not make sense now but will soon and please stop using your cell phones they are the key ingredient of your societies collapse.”
Note: I copied that exactly as he wrote it, including “prepaired.”
At the time, it seemed an odd comment, but we’ve seen plenty of those at this website. And, I’ll admit that he left something in his (private) signature that made me raise an eyebrow, because it referenced something I consider a tasteless parody/mockumentary.
This week, in the Red/Blue discussions, we returned to some of what he’d talked about, but more to conversations that his comment sparked.
I’d like to continue the general red/blue topics at that article, but the issue of Pepsi logos (and perhaps Chevron logos) and Back to the Future may deserve special mention.
As you recall the Pepsi (beverage) and Chevron (gasoline) logos:
- Have the color placements changed in this reality?
- Are they different in a reality many of us have visited?
- Are they signs or signals or markers of some kind?
Some aspects of the Pepsi logo’s rabbit hole can be accessed through this PDF: http://www.goldennumber.net/wp-content/uploads/pepsi-arnell-021109.pdf (If that vanishes, it’s the leaked Arnell memo about the significance behind the new Pepsi logo design.)
I have no idea whether this is significant or not. Maybe the colors mean nothing and the logo colors are in the same sequence they’ve always been.
I’m creating this article in case this is going to take conversations in a very specific direction, not limited to the general red/blue topic.
Pepsi-related comments at this site:
Mike H’s comment (at the Red/Blue article) that sparked this tangent: http://mandelaeffect.com/redblue-alternate-memories#comment-23535
Pepsi’s own history of the brand: http://www.pepsi.com/PepsiLegacy_Book.pdf
Apparently, colors are important enough to try to “own.” 10 Colors that Might Get You Sued. (I can’t seem to find any news articles related to an effort I recall, where Pepsi tried to trademark “their” color blue. If you find a reference, let me know.)
Chevron-related comments at this site:
I think JM first raised the Chevron logo issue – 6 Mar 2014 and referenced a David Icke forum post. (See the thread that followed JM’s post.) The Wikimedia photo with the odd Chevron logo (photoshopped?) is at this link: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Newchevrongasstation.jpg , but the company’s own video of logos associated with Chevron shows the colors in the alternate order. (Also see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Standardgasstation.jpg for possible earliest version of Chevron’s modern logo.)
And, for people who want to analyze the Back to the Future series…
- Temporal Anomalies in Back to the Future I (first of several articles at that site) and a list of Plot Holes and Paradoxes… (different site). These are more mundane articles, but the first raises reality-bending issues that are somewhat relevant to our discussions.
- 14 Things from Back to the Future That Came True…
I looked for articles that list ME-type references in Back to the Future (see Daniel’s comments) but so far haven’t found any outside this site. Feel free to list those you know about, in comments here, so they’re in one location.
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