10 | MANDELA MONDAY | 10

10 | MANDELA MONDAY | 10

Welcome to Mandela Monday, a bi-weekly I, Jak blog series where we explore some of the residual evidence people claim has been left behind regarding the cited changes caused by the Mandela Effect — a phenomenon in which large groups of people have shared memories of specific facts and/or events contrary to the evidence that reality provides.

In this installment we shift to the fine arts and focus on one of the most popular (and valuable) pieces of work by Leonardo da Vinci that scholars are still analyzing today — the Mona Lisa.

[MOSTLY] WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - ASCENSION X: WAR OF SHADOWS

[MOSTLY] WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - ASCENSION X: WAR OF SHADOWS

[Mostly] Wordless Wednesday is an I, Jak bi-weekly blog series where brevity is key! Or at least my brand of brevity... I understand that not everyone appreciates a lengthy entry!

Two weeks ago I featured a new game I got that impressed me with the quality of its contents. Tonight I will highlight one of the newest expansions for one of my favorite deck building games, AscensionAscension X: War of Shadows.

9 | MANDELA MONDAY | 9

9 | MANDELA MONDAY | 9

Welcome to Mandela Monday, a bi-weekly I, Jak blog series where we explore some of the residual evidence people claim has been left behind regarding the cited changes caused by the Mandela Effect — a phenomenon in which large groups of people have shared memories of specific facts and/or events contrary to the evidence that reality provides.

In this installment we discuss a controversial change cited by those affected by the Mandela Effect revolving around a popular James Bond movie — Moonraker.

[MOSTLY] WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - TOO MANY BONES

[MOSTLY] WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - TOO MANY BONES

[Mostly] Wordless Wednesday is an I, Jak bi-weekly blog series where brevity is key! Or at least my brand of brevity... I understand that not everyone appreciates a lengthy entry!

I've just finished going through some new board games I recently bought and one of them caught my attention with the quality of its components — Too Many Bones.

8 | MANDELA MONDAY | 8

8 | MANDELA MONDAY | 8

Welcome to Mandela Monday, a bi-weekly I, Jak blog series where we explore some of the residual evidence people claim has been left behind regarding the cited changes caused by the Mandela Effect — a phenomenon in which large groups of people have shared memories of specific facts and/or events contrary to the evidence that reality provides.

In this installment we go over a handful of scriptures straight out of the King James Bible — Isaiah 11:6 and Matthew 6:9-13.