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The Mandela Effect Busted – Jeremy the Prophet (Bible Changes Proved)

Thursday, July 12, 2018 12:18
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The Bible has been changed due to the Mandela Effect. I call it the Bible Effect. Proof below shows the glaring discrepancies occurring between Bible Gateway and Strong’s, which are two online Bible resources. I caught several errors and screenshot them, which are below.

Matthew 2:17 King James Version (KJV)

17 Then was fulfilled that which was spoken by Jeremy the prophet, saying,

Bible Gateway, a highly used and reputable source for all versions of the Bible, has a glaring contradiction in this text. Notice how Bible Gateway shows the text as reading “Jeremiah” instead of “Jeremy”. Lots of people say it USED TO BE JEREMIAH, so maybe this is what happened. When they (CERN scientists, demons, fallen angels….all the same thing) changed the text from Jeremiah to Jeremy, they FORGOT to change it on Bible Gateway. Poor suckers, now they have to go back and travel in time, just to fix that mistake. BUSTED!!!

Oh, and to top off their gross error, their audio file for the Matthew 2:17 text SAYS “JEREMY”. Contradiction. Error. Fallacy. Satanic.

Audio on Matthew 2:17, which says “Jeremy” the prophet:

If they were consistent on their own site, the text would not read differently than the audio:

In addition, here is a video of someone in 2016 whose King James Bible still read “Jeremiah” in Matthew 2:17:


Below is the Strong’s Greek definition of Jeremy, which coincidentally is “Jeremiah“. So this is the way I see it. The satanist demons are switching the words which happen to have the same definition of the “old word” which used to be in the King James Bible. This way, when someone looks up the Greek meaning, they can say, “Well it means the same, so NO BIG DEAL.” And then they move on, like nothing ever happened. This is what is called a clever deception, perhaps one that will deceive the “very elect”.

Matthew 24:24 KJV

For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect.


Notice how the elect are the “chosen ones” , the “select”, the “favorites” of God:

Elect Matt 24-24

Now, let’s looks at that word “signs” in Matthew 24:24, because it says that the false ones will produce great “signs”.

SIGNS Matt 24-24

And there it is – Signs are especially “supernatural”! What could be more “supernatural” than changing the words in the Bible?

Now, get this. The 3 times it’s used in the New Testament, one of those, Jeremy (or Jeremiah) is spelled “Jeremias”. Is that not intentionally confusing?

Matt 2-17 Jeremy



Matthew 27:9 King James Version (KJV)

Then was fulfilled that which was spoken by Jeremy the prophet, saying, And they took the thirty pieces of silver, the price of him that was valued, whom they of the children of Israel did value;



Matthew 16:14 King James Version (KJV)

14 And they said, Some say that thou art John the Baptist: some, Elias; and others, Jeremias, or one of the prophets.

Matt 16:14

According to Wikipedia, “considers the Book of Jeremiah part of its canon, and regards Jeremiah as the second of the major prophets. Christianity also regards Jeremiah as a prophet and he is quoted in the New Testament.[5] Islam also considers Jeremiah a prophet, and his narrative is given in Islamic tradition.[6]



But the root number in Strongs, gives Jeremiah of the Old Testament, and the Jeremy of the New Testament two different numbers, so they must be 2 different people:

Bible Jeremy Strongs


jeremiah 1-1 Strongs

Now, get this. The 3 times it’s used in the New Testament, one of those, Jeremy (or Jeremiah) is spelled “Jeremias“. Is that not intentionally confusing?

Bible Jeremy Strongs

Is he the same person, or two different people? If Jeremy is the same person as Jeremiah, then why use two different Greek words – one for the Old Testament, and one for the New Testament? If he is in fact the same person in the New Testament (but different than the Old Testament), then why use the names of Jeremias and Jeremy in the New Testament?  Is God being confusing in the Bible, or is it satan???


Satan is the author of confusion, and I believe, in this case, these word flips and substitutions are intended to confuse the reader. But I could be wrong, because in the coming New World Order Religion, Jeremy may just be one of their transgender prophet-disciples of Baphomet, which of course will be clothed as an angel of light. And Jeremias could be it’s transgendered half-sister.

Call me crazy….or not.


If you are not yet acquainted with what the Mandela Effect is as it relates to the Bible, please read this article first.

For more screenshots on this topic, and more articles on the Mandela Effect Bible changes, go to MandelaBibleChanges



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  • raburgeson

    Jeremiah absolutely is the name of the prophet.


      Do you remember if it said Jeremiah or Jeremy in the New Testament of the King James Bible?

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