Mandela Effect Explained by Parallel Universe and Multiverse Theory

What if I tell you, that its possible for a person to have this strong belief that an event happened in the past only to later realize that that belief was false? Or that there is another “you”, somewhere in a parallel universe just like ours who is totally the opposite of who you are?

This phenomenon is known as the “Mandela Effect” and many people believe it’s the result of some kind of merging between parallel realities.  Whether or not that’s the case, join the Universe Inside You to find out.

It all began with the story of one man known as Nelson Mandela. Nelson Mandela was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, political leader, and philanthropist who was imprisoned in the 80s. That’s when things get interesting.

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Bizarre Reality Shifts, Parallel Worlds, and the Mandela Effect

(Brent Swancer) There has been a lot of talk in recent times of the possibility of other realities and dimensions existing beside our own, all around us, yet mostly unobserved and lying beyond our ability to perceive them. In these alternate realities there are theorized to be other versions of ourselves or the world we think know so well, and for the most part they seem to remain beyond ours, existing separately. However, what if the boundaries between us are more malleable than we know? 

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