Looking Back at the Stargate Franchise

wwkirk

Celestial
I don't think they started the Mandela Effect,
I remember it happening before that show
I'm not sure, but Toroid may have been speaking "in-universe" meaning that within the show the Stargate caused the Mandela Effect.

Then again, don't some people allege that there are real Stargates?
 

Toroid

Founding Member
I'm speculating the alleged stargate program may have caused the Mandela Effect. It's remotely possible the actual TV series had something to do with it or Toucan Sam.
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spacecase0

earth human
I remember when the the Mandela Effect started happening,
I had been teaching others how to alter timelines for years
then within about 10 days I had had about 10 people call me that I had taught
some I had not talked to in years,
they all said the same thing,
it still works short term, but fails in the long term now, wanted to tell me because I had taught them how to do it.
I had noticed the same thing as well.
changes were being made that made the long term timelines vanish before you got there.
the changes were slow at first. one change, and then it was maybe 2 months later before a countering change was made.
the changes started getting faster and faster, they got to the point where it was every few hours if not minuits.
and then it all stopped and very few changes were made past them.
the entire thing seemed like a battle between 2 groups, and clearly one side won.
The Mandela Effect as we see it are just random side effects from what they were really trying to get done, and I never did figure out what goals either side had.
 

Toroid

Founding Member
I watched Stargate SG-1 'Window of Opportunity' episode. They get stuck in a time loop and it restarts where Jack is eating Froot/Fruit Loops which is a Mandela Effect example. The Stargate program could have caused the Mandela Effect. Yes, the cereal could simply be in reference to a time loop.
Window of Opportunity

www.youtube.com/watch?v=35QbPLJXw4s

I saw another episode with Froot Loops in it. It's an episode called Absolute Power and a character named Shifu is eating a bowl of them. o_O
Absolute Power
 

nivek

As Above So Below
I watched Stargate SG-1 'Window of Opportunity' episode. They get stuck in a time loop and it restarts where Jack is eating Froot/Fruit Loops which is a Mandela Effect example. The Stargate program could have caused the Mandela Effect. Yes, the cereal could simply be in reference to a time loop.
Window of Opportunity

Stargate Continuum - In an alternate timeline Carter is shopping and picks up a box of Frootees cereal, sighs and tosses it in the cart.

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In that Stargate movie Baal goes in the past and makes a change that alters the future, eliminating the Stargate program...So as a result of Baal changing the past it looks like the cereal also changed from Froot Loops to the alternate Frootees...

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Toroid

Founding Member
Stargate Continuum - In an alternate timeline Carter is shopping and picks up a box of Frootees cereal, sighs and tosses it in the cart.

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Frootees
Frootees is a brand of fruit-flavored breakfast cereal on Earth, which existed in an alternate reality. It may be similar to the cereal Froot Loops. (SG1: "Continuum")

Behind the scenesEdit
Frootees was also seen in David Hewlett's film A Dog's Breakfast, which starred several Stargate regular cast members. David Hewlett and Frootees in 'A Dog's Breakfast.
 

Toroid

Founding Member
I watched the two part episode Redemption last night. Jack flies the stargate into a hyperspace portal. Anubis was going to make it explode by sending energy into it. They end up buying the Russians stargate to replace the one that was destroyed. Carter said the stargate is 64,000 pounds which is 32 tons. Maybe that denotes a Masonic level.
Redemption, Part 1
Redemption (Stargate SG-1) - Wikipedia
The $64,000 Question - Wikipedia
The $64,000 Question was an American game show broadcast from 1955 to 1958, which became embroiled in the 1950s quiz show scandals. Contestants answered general knowledge questions, earning money which doubled as the questions became more difficult. The final question had a top prize of $64,000, hence the "$64,000 Question" in the show's title.

The $64,000 Challenge (1956–1958) was its spin-off show, where contestants played against winners of at least $8,000 on The $64,000 Question.
 

nivek

As Above So Below
Stargate SG-1 two part episodes called "The lost City" were very well done in my opinion, even with all of the political wrangling that was portrayed as Anubis flies in over 30 ships to earth and circle the planet to destroy it...



 

Toroid

Founding Member
Here's a couple of clips of Don S. Davis/General Hammond in MacGyver. Christopher Judge was also in an episode. I think they were cast via foreknowledge of the future. MacGyver ran from 1985-1992 & Stargate SG-1 ran from 1997-2007.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=uV_Xz6aF9So

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERhgeEzvihc

www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9E1sNl0lVY

Another example of this pattern would be Kerry Cassidy having a small roll in the 1981 movie Wolfen. During her eleven interviews with Captain Mark Richards he told her of a K9 race called the Connonains/Canisions.
Wolfen (1981) - IMDb
Kerry Cassidy Interviewing Capt. Mark Richards
 

nivek

As Above So Below


I was watching Sg-1 season 1 episode 19 and noticed when the Sg-1 team copies were tossed back through the stargate that Tealc's feet do not go all the way through the gate and should have been cut off...:ohmy8:

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