December 2016: The Mandela Effect

By Carter Catado

There are many strange things in the world that we may not know about. Among these things is the Mandela Effect.

The Mandela Effect is where many people have a very clear memory of something that never happened in reality. For example, most if not everyone knows the most famous quote in Star Wars as, “Luke, I am your father.” Well, that’s not exactly what happened. In the film, “Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back”, Darth Vader simply says to Luke Skywalker, “No, I am your father,” he never says “Luke” as many people remember it.

Another example of this effect is in the movie “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”. You may have heard someone say, “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all.” If you rewatch the movie, the evil queen says, “Magic mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest one of all.”

There is no proved reason why the Mandela Effect occurs. The reason they call it the “Mandela Effect” is because there was a man named Nelson Mandela who seemed to pass away over and over again. Nelson, too many people, died in jail. It was on the news a couple years later saying that Nelson died. Everyone was in shock and very confused because they thought that he was already dead, this event later causing, the Mandela Effect.

Many researchers who dove deeply into this subject say the best explanation for this is, well, they don’t really know. Many say it was time travelers or when the world supposedly ended in the year 2000, but I’ll leave that up to you to believe.

Do you think all of this is just mistake on our part, or do you believe in the Mandela Effect?


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