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Shane Robinson

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Shane was born on March 30th, 1974, in St. Louis, Missouri. He was the youngest of three in a multi-racial Christian home. Shane questioned everything about life like, “How and why are we here?” and, “If God made everything – where did God come from?”

Shane would usually get the typical mainstream Christian response, and if the question was too deep, his mother would tell him, “I don’t know, when you get to heaven you can ask God.” That would shut him up for a while, but he never stopped wondering and searching for answers to life’s biggest questions.

Christianity is the only religion Shane has ever associated with, even though he moved through a few denominations before realizing religion was only a steppingstone to a deeper relationship with the divine. Shane began to unravel what he felt was man-made religious doctrine from the core values he was raised to live by. The Golden Rule: treating and loving others as you want others to treat and love you. This is what Shane believes is the foundation of what many great spiritual teachers taught, including his role model and hero, Jesus.

After a life-long journey of searching for deeper truths to the meaning of life, Shane felt as if this journey had finally come to a dead end, and that there were no answers that could satisfy the basic, yet fundamental questions he had about our existence here on Earth. This would ultimately lead to what Shane considers his ‘dark night of the soul’ in late 2016. Life had become utterly meaningless – like King Solomon talks about in the book of Ecclesiastes. By February 2017, in a desperate attempt to alleviate the meaningless feelings he was experiencing, Shane decided to start a YouTube channel to explore different world views and ideas held by others. The initial goal was to help others realize we are more the same than we are different, and to help unite people in love, rather than divide us over differences in beliefs. Not long after starting the channel, Shane realized the Mandela Effect was a very real phenomenon.

After extensive research into the possible causes of the Mandela Effect, Shane felt no explanations fit as well as the consideration that this was a supernatural event caused by some benevolent force or agency trying to awaken humanity without violating free will. This idea was confirmed when he read the book, The Three Waves of Volunteers and the New Earth, by Dolores Cannon. In chapter twenty-three, “The Best Agenda for Earth”, the book seems to describe the Mandela Effect when higher-level beings discuss whether or not to make observable material changes to our dimensional reality. That realization put Shane back onto a more spiritual path of trying to get the word out, wake up others, and bring together loving people in the endeavor to raise human consciousness to a more unified, loving, Christ Consciousness.

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