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The Mandela Effect is a theory of parallel universes based on similar memories of large groups of people. To explain it better basically a bunch of people distinctly remember some thing as a certain way but it is different now and seemed to never be the way they remembered it. This theory was created when Nelson Mandela died in 2013. When the news got out many people were confused because they remember that he died in prison during the 1980s.

Their memories were not completely wrong but were said that they were in a different timeline or reality while the other group that believed differently and experienced a different timeline in their past. This led people to start talking about it and they were seeing these ‘false’ memories form something. These collective memories were forming a ‘multiverse’ perspective. They have been sharing memories from parallel realities.

A big outburst of this theory happened in 2012 when a blogger vividly remembered the title of a children’s book being different than what it is today. She remembers  the book to be called “The Bernstein Bears” and many other people remember it that way as well. But the actual title is “The Berenstain Bears”. This might have been a small mishap but when people started to remember other things it became interesting.

Another big thing was about a family board game. The figure of Monopoly, Uncle Pennybags, has been brought int0 this theory. A ton of people remember him with a monocle, but he doesn’t have one now. I remember him having a monocle and was confused. The only explanation is the Mandela Effect, also the parallel universe.

There are many more examples of the Mandela Effect that we will get to later. But a lot of people ask how this parallel universe was created. Some answers were along the lines of being sent there when a tragedy occurred. Several tragedies  occurred and this made people believe that we got sent to another universe more than once and their beliefs of multiverse were becoming more stronger. One of theses occurrences was when everyone believed that the world was gonna end in like 2012. They believe we got sent to another universe and that was a symbol of  “the start of the end”. Another time a lot of people believed that the world wad gonna end again and this made them weary about the world ending sooner that possible.

I know you’re probably asking how this ties to the Mandela Effect but it all comes together. If we were sent to a parallel universe wouldn’t there be a reason for it and who’s doing it? Well many people say the government is trying to manipulate us into forgetting things while others say it is some kind of foreign being such as aliens. I know one thing, whatever or whoever it is wants us to forget some things and if we are forgetting little things such as names and pictures, what else are we forgetting? These aren’t proven but anything is possible and I believe theres a bigger problem here.

Back to examples of the Mandela Effect. Many new examples are being found all the time but most of these are the most commonly seen ones.

When thinking of the color chartreuse loads of us recall a pink or reddish color. Chartreuse isn’t pink/reddish at all. Believe it or not its a shade of green. More of a yellow-green to be exact.

The Mandela Effect is in movies as well. In “Snow White” most of us remember the evil queen saying “Mirror, mirror on the wall…” But she never said that. Apparently it was “Magic mirror on the wall…” the whole time. Another movie mishap was in “Star Wars”. Everyone has heard the saying “Luke I am your father” and knows that Darth Vader said that obviously to Luke. But he never said that in the movie. If you rewatch the movie he says “No, I am your father.” But everyone remembers this famous phrase saying  “Luke” instead of “No”. These are only two of the biggest lines of movie history and they’ve been either changed or are completely wrong. Maybe its just a coincidence or maybe not.

Many names of foods or shows were remembered differently such as “Kit Kat” and “Loony Tunes”. More than just a few people remember that the wrapper of Kit Kat bars had a dash in between Kit and Kat. But it was said t0 never have been there. I remember “Kit-Kat” and not “Kit Kat”. Also people remember “Looney Toons” but its now “Looney Tunes”. It may seem like small mistakes but why would there be so many if it were a mistake?

So it might be a mistake,just a coincidence, or possibly even just false memories but it also might lead to something bigger. The world may never know but that wont stop us from digging deeper. At first I thought it was fake and a coincidence but the more you look into it the better of an idea you get so I looked farther. I don’t know what to believe because its crazy to think about multiverses plus why and how we’re getting there. Its also not a good thing if someone is trying to erase our memories or something important but thats a crazy idea. And I know this is a confusing topic but its worth looking more into so go do it. Just one perspective isn’t enough t0 g0 off of so go and find out more. Good luck!

 

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