Mandela Effect


It’s a classic case of red pill v blue pill. Are we stuck in a simulation? Is this a *real* reality? Angel, Eugene and Dean were questioning their existence (yikes) on the Joy Ride after hearing that the things they knew did not happen at all!


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It is called the Mandela Effect. It gets its name from an incident where many people – like hundreds of thousands – believed Nelson Mandela died in prison in the 1980s, even though he was released and became the President of South Africa in 1994.


FYI: the Former President actually died in December 2013.


Thus, the Mandela Effect suggests that people have collective false memories that differ from objective reality. Almost like we were all fed incorrect information through a kind of hive-mind phenomenon!?

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Angel shared some Mandela Effect with Eugene and Dean and heard some interesting ones too!



5. Darth Vader never says “Luke, I am your father.”

Did you know this is the most famous misquote from the Star Wars franchise? Even if you never watched a second of any of George Lucas’s creations. Just ask anyone to quote a line from the Star Wars and they’ll tell you, “Luke, I am your father”.




4. Is it “Mirror Mirror” or “Magic Mirror”?

The 1937 Disney classic, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, delivers another classic example of the Mandela Effect. We all remember hearing “Mirror Mirror on the wall” but that’s a lie! Hear for yourself.




3. Star Trek: Captain Kirk asks Scotty to beam him up.

You’d be hard-pressed to find the exact phrase “Beam me up, Scotty”, because it never happened. Ever! Which Star Trek were you watching then? What were we all watching?




2. Hello! It’s Silence Of The Lambs

This line from the classic thriller, Silence of the Lambs had many scouring the internet for evidence and footage where Hannibal meets FBI agent Clarice for the first time – and once again – what you heard, and what was said, are worlds apart! 😮😮😮


and finally!


1. E.T. Phone home?

Not only will you be baffled by a young Drew Barrymore’s performance, but also at E.T. the extra-terrestrial who had the world enamored! E.T. delivers a classic line that to this day has many picking up their jaws from the floor. Where does he say “E.T. phone home?”


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