The Most Compelling and Daunting Mandela Effects
I have personally become incredibly fascinated the past few months after discovering about the Mandela Effect, and even more so since experiencing mandela effects in my own life. It truly shows for me on a personal level and many others, that nothing in this world is what it truly seems. I also previously wrote an article about the Mandela Effect, explaining what exactly it is and how it affects the mass world population. This article will go more into detail about a variety of different famous mandela effects of which most of them you probably are familiar with and will more than likely make you jump out of your chair, and give you the shivers.
If you do not know what the Mandela Effect is, you can look up and read my other article first under the section “Occultism”, however it is not necessary to understand its meaning and essence. But in that article I do talk about a few interesting mandela effects that I will not disclose and further explain in this article. The Mandela Effect simply refers to the idea where a large group of people seem to misremember specific details about an event, while the evidence is covered in the fact that current reality does not support those memories. The debate then goes to show that either thousands and millions of people really do misremember the same exact details of certain events, or that something else is going on and that there are occurences happening of alternate reality shifts (parallel realities). Many people, among which quantum physicists and also NASA scientist Rich Terrile for example, claim that the reality we live in is a simulation, a digital holographic universe. I will leave up to you to ponder upon these scientific statements and to decifer what makes more sense to you personally. Most of these mandela effects I have listed are mandela effects that I myself personally know very well and am familiar with. I have purposely chosen these mandela effects as an example, because I know that they are most definitely legitimate and in my opinion, real mandela effects.
1. The Bible, the “book of life”, has changed
Many Christians have noticed a lot of drastic changes in the Bible. A lot of these changes line up with Bible prophecies describing powers and permissions given at Satan at the very end of time, and even Satan having permission to tamper with scriptures. It is claimed that the changes occurred, are very dark and truly show what is happening at this current moment in time in human history. A following verse from the Bible seems to be indicative of the Mandela Effect being a real phenomena: “Genesis 1:1. Was it Heaven and the Earth, or was it Heavens and the Earth?”. Furthermore has not only the Bible changed, followers of other religions claim that their holy books have altered as well.
2. Human anatomy – new found organ and changes in overall structure
There are countless of changes in the human anatomy, it is actually ridiculous. If you know a little about human anatomy, you will find this to be true just by looking at images on Google, but also by going through text books. The interstitium is a new organ that has been discovered around 2018 and is a network of fluid-filled cavities found everywhere in your body. The stomach is larger now unlike how it “used to be” and sits up higher, so is the liver. The lungs in comparison were smaller, the kidneys lower and the heart was more located to the left, whereas to now it is more placed toward the center of the body, and also the skull now has a nose bone. Apparently there are also many other changes with the kidneys being placed differently and also the intestines and several other things.
3. Nelson Mandela’s death
A large number of people all over the world remember the South African president Nelson Mandela dying in prison in the 1980s, but he actually, allegedly, died in 2013 from illness.
4. The assasination of John F. Kennedy
The JFK assassination was a big shock and turning moment for the world and the USA. At the time of the event, many remember that he was in the car with his wife along with John Connally, former governor of Texas, and his wife. But now timelines seem to have shifted, since the car now has six seats instead of four and included two more secret servicemen sitting in the front.
5. The evil queen in Disney’s “Snow White”
Even if you have never watched “Snow White” when you were little, you probably have heard of the evil queen saying “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?”. Well, you might be shocked to hear that “the actual line” is “Magic mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?”.
6. Disney’s intro starring Tinker Bell
Many people remember a well-known version of Disney’s animated intro with Tinker Bell dotting the “i” of “Disney” and getting mad at her wand, but this specific version seems to have never existed and can not be found nowhere anymore.
7. Famous tv show “Sex and The City”
I used to love watching “Sex and The City” when I was younger on TV, but apparently it was once “Sex in The City”. So interestingly enough, this is a case where I remember the mandela effect being correct instead of the other way around.
8.Britney Spears’ “Oops!... I did it again” microphone
This Britney Spears’ single was a mega hit and everybody in the early 2000’s, especially girls, were obsessed with Britney. She and her song “Oops!... I did it again” became so huge, that there were dolls being fabricated and sold of Britney wearing her famous microphone that she wore in her movie clip. If you watch the clip now, you would see that she is no longer wearing the microphone, although she still does the same movement with her hand touching her chin just like before where she would touch the microphone instead, that has now disappeared. A pretty compelling truth is that on the internet you can still find a lot of old pictures of girls wearing Britney’s “Oops… I did it again” Halloween costume from back in the day, all wearing a similar looking microphone. The same goes with dolls who were then sold from this clip, whereas “Funko Pop” dolls who also sells the Britney doll of this particular movie clip released in 2021, has no microphone.
9. Monopoly man’s monocle
I personally vividly remember the Monopoly man wearing a monocle, just like almost everyone else does on the internet. Strangely enough once again, he does not wear a monocle any longer.
10. “Looney Toons” or “Looney Tunes”?
I do not probably have to tell you how weird “Looney Toons” sounds, or is spelled, actually. But that is how “Looney Tunes”, as most people remember it, is now spelled.
11. Coca Cola’s Logo
There are huge amounts of logo’s of famous brands that have been “mandela affected” and have been changed over the years, but which “Coca Cola” logo do you remember being correct?
(the top one is “correct”)
12. The tail of Pickachu
We all know Pikachu from Pokémon, but what color was the end of its tail? Was it even colored? In “this” reality Pikachu’s tail is fully yellow, but the majority of people remember it having a black end.
13. Call of Duty’s yellow street sign
Call of Duty’s game “Black Ops Cold War” community has a big, yellow Russian sign featured in the classic map. It allegedly “suddenly” appeared and according to many “Call of Duty” players, it was never originally there.
14. Forrest Gump famous movie line
If you have ever watched the movie “Forrest Gump”, you would know that Forrest says in the movie “Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're going to get.” However, he now says “Life used to be like a box of chocolates”.
15. The Mona Lisa’s facial expression and black veil
Leonordo Da Vinci’s most famous painting “The Mona Lisa”, now has a smirk instead of a relaxed natural mouth posture. If that is not enough, her appearance now also shows a strange black veil covering the sides of her face and hair.
16. Kellogg’s Tony The Tiger’s nose
Remember “Frosties” from Kellogg’s? It has Tony The Tiger on the box and its nose is blue. But it used to be black, according to most people’s past memories, in an alternate universe that is.
17. The death of Osama Bin Laden
The mass media states that Osama Bin Laden died on May 2nd 2011, after a US Navy Seal raid in Pakistan. His body was then allegedly thrown into the sea. However some people remember a whole story: they claim that the Arabian extremist died due to health complications, ten years prior in 2001.
18. Aqua’s song “Barbie Girl”
Almost every person in the world knows this song and knows that it is, “I’m a Barbie girl, in a Barbie world”. Well, that changed. It is now “I’m a Barbie girl, in THE Barbie world”.
19. The Statue of Liberty's torch tour and location
Another crazy mandela effect, is that although the tour to the torch of the Statue of Liberty has been closed since 1917, some people claim to have actually gone all the way up the ladder ascending to the torch. In my mind the ladder is a very specific detail that is quite prominent, strange and disturbing at the same time if there were people who really went all the way up, yet it being nowhere near possible. But there is more, a lot of people also remember the statue being located on Liberty Island, not on Ellis Island where it is now.
20. “The Berenstain Bears” vs “The Berenstein Bears”
The Berenstain Bears are a beloved series of children’s books launched in 1962, named after and written by Stan and Jan Berenstain, and later continued by their son Mike Berenstain. On top of many successful children’s books, in the 80’s a TV program and also a series of video games later became released. Because the bears gained so much popularity, their name was very well-known among the masses, and still are. That is why it is quite odd to recognize that “The Berenstein Bears” never existed as many recall it, it was “always”, “The Berenstain Bears”. So initially it seems that not only did the name of the bears change, but also the last name of the people who wrote the children’s book series.
21. “The Flintstones” vs “The Flinstones”
I am sure if you are reading this, you used to watch “The FliNstones”. If not, I don’t know where you have been. And I am sure that you also remember it being “The Flinstones”, not “The Flintstones”. Or do you?
This famous footwear brand gained notoriety in the 90’s, but many people recall the name of the brand being “Sketchers” instead of “Skechers”, as this is actually the brand’s name.
The famous air freshener is pretty much a household name in its industry and also now seems to be spelled differently, only that is so called an “illusion”. Many people including myself remember the spelling being different and “Febreze” being spelled as “Febreeze”.
24. Geography has become an official joke
Just like human anatomy and everything else, geography has drastically changed as well. There are undeniably enormous amount of changes in comparison to how almost everyone remembers the geography of our planet Earth. New Zealand for example was always located right by Australia, but on which side? It used to be located Northeast from Australia is what most people would argue, but in actuality, New Zealand is located Southeastern from Australia. China is now way, way smaller than it “used to be”, South America is lot more closer to Africa, Australia is not isolated anymore but now is located much closer to Asia and Sweden is no longer sandwiched by Norway and Finland. The list is literally endless. Check for an amazing long list of more geographical changes here: http://www.newgoldenage.info/index.php/shift/the-mandela-effect/what-is-changing/395-mandela-effect-geography
25. “Shazam”, the movie that never existed
In 1996, American stand-up comedian and actor Sinbad played in a movie as a genie named “Shazam”. Huge numbers of people recall this movie that never happened. Weirdly enough there is another movie named “Kazaam” where Shaquille O’Neal also starred as a genie that same year, seemingly on purpose, if reality is in fact a simulation. What is very interesting though, is that I’ve found a movie clip of “Shazam” on Youtube, where a lot of people also comment in the section box to still remember the movie very well. But I’ve also found something else.. a video, also on Youtube, where Sinbad openly says that he never played in that movie and denies it ever existed. Another quite fascinating detail, is that in the movie clip the girl says: "We have our memories. They're real. No one can take that from us.”
26. Where did the North Pole go?
The North Pole can’t be found no longer on geographical maps. Large numbers of individuals swear that maps used to show a large white area at the top, whereas now there is no white area signifying the North Pole.
27. Cinderella’s Castle at Disney World
There are quite a few mandela effects related to Disney and Cinderella’s Castle is one of them. The problem with the castle, is that it seemed to have changed position or moved from its original place. It allegedly used to be at the entrance of the parc where people then would walk through, and it was also located in the exact middle whereas now the castle sits at the end of Main Street, making it much harder accessible.
28. Henry VIII and his turkey leg
King Henry VIII was King of England from April 22nd 1509 until his death in 1547. He had lots of paintings of himself, but there is a specific one he is very notoriously known for: the one where he is holding a turkey leg in one of his hands. Strangely enough, that turkey magically disappeared. But yet again, there is still “proof” of this actually being a true memory; there are many cartoons on the internet of Henry Vlll holding a turkey in his hands, a 2004 episode by The Simpsons where Homer bites into two turkey legs, a movie from 1933 “The Private Life of Henry VIII” with Charles Laughton, where he plays Henry VIII and eats almost an entire chicken in one particular scene etc.
29. Leonardo Di Caprio’s Oscar
You would almost not believe that one of Hollywood’s most famous actors who has been in the business since being a young adolescence, has earned his first Oscar just a few years ago. But that is what happened, he actually won his first Oscar in 2016 for his role in the “Revenant”. However, many remember him winning the “Best Actor award” for Titanic which came out long before in 1996.
30.“We Are The Champions”
I know that you know, or think to know, that Freddie Mercury from “Queens” ended his line of “We Are The Champions” with “of the world”, but that never happened. Wait, what? Yes, the lyrics just stop there and the proof is in the movie clip.
31. Star Wars’ golden droid's leg
C-3PO used to be all golden but now appears to have a silver leg, making Star Wars fans going out of their mind over this significant change.
32. Kellogg’s “Froot Loops”
Another mandela effect of Kellogg’s is their “Froot Loops”. Most people remember it being “Fruit Loops”, which I also believe makes a lot more sense.
33. “Sugar makes you hyperactive”
Once upon a time in another parallel reality, sugar actually caused hyperactivity. At least that is what many recall about the effects of sugar, as that was one of the reason why parents did not want their children to consume too many sweets. But now it is said to cause the opposite, which is lack of energy and laziness.
34. Mother Teresa’s canonization
You would think that Mother Teresa who did so much for humanity and passed away a long time ago already in 1997, would have been canonized years ago. But apparently that is not the case, she got canonized in 2016.
35. King Tut’s Crown
Ancient Egypt is a very interesting culture without a doubt, but what is truly fascinating about it, is that King Tut now wears a whole different crown. He is a very known Egyptian farao known for the sneak that sits in the middle of his crown, but the difference is that there is now not only one sneak, but two.