Conspiracy Theories like (the Mandela effect ) are internet sensation. Everyday we find a new one maybe more crazy than the last one and sometimes even real ones. The Mandela effect is something from an Alternative Universe and so real, so common than we can believe is not any longer a theory.But before we show you some examples let’s unveil what this crazy theory is about.
The Mandela Effect is a theory of parallel universes, based in the idea that because large groups of people have similar alternative memories about past events. Advocates of the theory claim that for these collective experiences to be true, the fabric of reality must have shifted at some point in the past, and that therefore not only do parallel, inhabitable universes exist, but that we are constantly switching between them.
Let’s try more simple: The “Mandela Effect” is what happens when someone has a clear memory of something that never happened in this reality.
The Mandela Effect was first described online in 2010, by the blogger Fiona Broome. She described an experience at a convention called Dragon Con, where she discovered that others had a false memory similar to hers, which was that Nelson Mandela had died during his imprisonment in the 1980s. BUt it was not true, Mamdela was still alive and died December 5, 2013.
Just like Broome many other bloogers and just regular people started to share memories and look for new ways to proof the theory. among other are:
• The spelling of the children’s book series “Berenstain Bears” as “Berenstein Bears.”
• The countries of Sri Lanka and New Zealand being located in different places on the planet.
• The number of American states being 51 or 52.
Here is the list of a few Websites that talk specially about it:
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1. The Mandela effect by Shane
Shane Dawson is a famous Youtuber who happen to have a very curious list of Conspiracy videos and this one in particular, is pretty well explained. check it out
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