The Mandela Effect

There’s a phenomenon that you have experienced and had no idea you were experiencing it, “The Mandela Effect”.

The Mandela Effect is those experiences that you have where you are absolutely sure something happened a certain way, but turns out you were absolutely wrong.

The name of the effect comes from Nelson Mandela, many people remember him dying in prison in the ’80s. Even after his death on December 5th 2013, people still recall seeing his funeral decades before.

People who support the effect, claim that your false memories could be the result of slipping into a parallel universe, or time travellers changing the course of history.

Its definitely an ‘out there theory’, but its comes with evidence and the fact that so many individuals who have no connection to each other have the same false memories.

The show’s called Sex and the City – Not Sex in the City.

 

The Monopoly man doesn’t wear a monocle

Darth Vader never said “Luke, I am your father”.

Forrest Gump said “Life was like a box of chocolates” not “is like”.


Interview with the Vampire isn’t called Interview with a Vampire.

 So don’t worry your memory is fine, your just slipping in and out of parallel universes!!

 

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