Recently I saw a video posted by Corpse Husband has ‘Top 15 Most Believable MANDELA EFFECT EXAMPLES’ and it made me much aware of what is this conspiracy that everyone was talking about through the year 2016.
What is a Mandela Effect?
A Mandela Effect is when several people think they experienced something all together (a memory) when in fact never happened. The first time a person talked about this false memory was when Nelson Mandela died, and she said she though Mandela had died years before in prison, when in fact he didn’t, and many other people had the same false memory about that.
The explanation for this is that we have been colliding with some parallel universes that it’s changing our current world. So things have been changing but we still have the memory of them being a certain way, and they never did.
- “Oscar Meyer” is spelled “Oscar Mayer”
- “Sex in the city” is in fact “Sex and the City”
“We Are the Champions” by Queen many people recall of ending the song with “of the world”
People think the Monopoly man, Rich Uncle Pennybags, has a monocle, but he doesn’t
The tip of Pikachu’s tail isn’t black.
“The Berenstein Bears” are actually called “the Berenstain Bears.”
Darth Vader doesn’t say, “Luke, I am your father.”
People think the Mona Lisa is smiling now, but she used to be emotionless.
Interview With the Vampire isn’t called Interview With a Vampire.
Although I don’t find myself in those examples, I still have my own experiences. This made me think about the feeling of deja vu, if it’s a Mandela Effect in reverse: something that already happened on a parallel universe and it’s now happening in our world and we have the memory of that.
It might be silly talking about this, many of you don’t believe in conspiracies or don’t wanna share because… it might be silly…. But I got some weird deja vus.
P.E. when I was younger, I remember when the Scissor Sisters launched their album in 2004 and with that album they also did some music videos for MTV. I was 11 years old when that happened, and I already had cable installed and MTV was my favorite channel, because it was the only thing to keep me up with recent songs (If you remember those times when Shakira was the number 1 on top charts). So, when I started watching the ‘Take Your Mama’ music video from Scissor Sisters, I never enjoyed because I ALREADY KNEW THE SONG and not only the song I KNEW THE MUSIC VIDEO. At first I thought it was an old clip, maybe I knew the song from my dad’s old CDs, but no, it was released in that year, and my dad didn’t knew the band.
The same exact thing happened with the “Shut up” music video from Black Eyed Peas.
I don’t know, maybe I’m being silly, but let me know what you think.
My name is Daniella and I kick and bite…