The Mandela effect or memories from another reality? 10 of the most striking examplesBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/article/the-mandela-effect-or-memories-from-another-reality-10-of-the-most-striking-examples.html
5 Dec 2013 died, South African President Nelson Mandela, but in response to the news thousands of people started to send media complaints, because they were convinced that the politician died in prison in the 1980's... a paranormal Researcher Fiona Broome decided to further explore this phenomenon and found other examples of collective false memories.
Read more about this mysterious effect and the most vivid examples of what you can find out below.
The Mandela effect is a phenomenon associated with collective memory. It is the coincidence of several people memories that is actually false. Take, for example, the same Mandela. Almost the whole world was convinced that the politician died in prison in the 80-ies, but not released, and then became President (Yes, that's right!).
The most appropriate explanation for this phenomenon is that people unknowingly or specially themselves invent facts and distributing them among themselves, until they started to believe that's how it was. But there are examples of this effect, which defy any explanation! The most famous and shocking of them we have collected below.
Many of us still remember the taste of these white stripes. "I wonder why she's not for sale?", — I think we sometimes walked past shelves of chocolate pastes in supermarkets. But, it turns out, striped Nutella never even made!
Here is the answer official representative of Russia to the question: "Where did striped Nutella?".
This legendary song was heard, perhaps, everything. And we all remember that the final line is: "No time for losers, 'cause we are the champions... of the world!". Even in my head has now sounded, right?
However, there is no "of the world!" there is not and never was! Although fans foaming at the mouth to prove the opposite! Turns out, still there is one live recording, where Freddie mercury was finishing at the end of this sentence. But do we all watched it? I doubt it.
This incredibly kind, funny cartoon we remember from childhood! In this old dog kicked out of the house because she gets. The dog runs into the forest, where he meets a gray wolf and starts a friendship with him. Together they return to the house the dog to play a scene with the rescue of the baby and return the location of the dog owners.
Feeling in debt to the wolf, the dog invites him along to celebrate the New year. Wolf, have languished from the hops and a hearty feast, starts the song. His notice, and kicked, but goodbye, he manages to tell the dog phrase quickly became a catch: "You come in, if that...". Yes, that's right! No "Well, you're it." Review the movie and see for yourself.
It can be a real shock for fans of "Star wars". In one of the scenes between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader had a dialogue, which was:
— You killed my father!
— No, I am your father.
"No, I'm your father." No Hatch is not there and never was. I think it's time to refresh your memory and re-watch Star wars.
"Proletarians of all countries, Unite!" Many believe that this is what sounds the most famous Communist slogan once said Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. In fact, this phrase has always looked like this: "Proletarians of all countries, Unite!". Think this sounds silly? Google, and you not will be able to find any evidence and no picture was allegedly written by a famous phrase.
Ask your friend looks like Pikachu and he will tell you that at the tip of the tail in this cartoon hero has a black stripe. However, it is not and never has been. Except that at the Amateur drawings of people, came under the influence of the Mandela effect. But in all the official images and in the cartoon Pikachu looked exactly as you see it in the picture above.
Another good cartoon from childhood "Like a lion Cub and the Turtle sang a song". Especially young viewers remembered the moment when the lion climbs up the turtle on his back and defiantly says, "Take me, bolshaaaya of Cherepakha!". But if you enable this movie, such a phrase will not hear. Because actually the cub said, "Take me, huh?". How is this possible?!
Many enthusiasts swear that the letters on the logo of the famous cars of the Volkswagen brand has always been a fusion. However, the official emblem of the company looks very different. Same story with the brands of Ford and Volvo. At first the icon the letter F is "flourish", which for some reason no one noticed, and the second arrow in the upper right corner. For many, it was a real discovery.
The explanation for the Mandela effect so far could not be found. Some believe it's a glitch in the matrix, others blame the scientists at CERN (European Council for nuclear research), which, experimenting with dark matter, we changed our reality, others believe these phenomena are evidence of displacement in different dimensions.
Scientific explanations assume that the person remembering an event may modify it in your consciousness, and therefore to perceive mistakenly. Also blame the confabulation is a phenomenon when a person has formed about memories of events that actually occurred or occurred at a different time. But you will agree that it looks too suspicious?
Now, after you have read the article, we want to know: what do you think about this? What are some of the phenomena experienced personally?