The Mandela Effect is a term for where a group of people all mis-remember the same detail, event or physicality. It is named after the instance in which a large group of people all shared the same memory that Nelson Mandela died prior to his actual 2013 death, usually some time in the 1980's.
The effect is somewhat different from a false memory as it effects large groups of people, seemingly without many connections and without the same emotional factors present.
What causes the Mandela Effect?
I haven’t a clue. So far, most people seem to think it’s either a “slide” to an alternate reality, or we’re in a Hologram Program that’s experiencing a few glitches.
Right now, it’s all speculation.
The topic of Snow White and “mirror, mirror” keeps resurfacing. It’s a good example of our dilemma when analyzing Mandela Effect memories.
“ Mirror, mirror on the Wall . . Who is the fairest of them all ? ” is what most people remember the Queen saying in the 1937 Disney movie, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
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.
The Mandela Effect was first described online in 2010, by a blogger named Fiona Broome. Broome discovered that others had a false memory similar to hers, which was that Nelson Mandela had died during his imprisonment in the 1980s.
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