The Mandela Effect is an unexplained phenomenon that is taking the world by storm and the alternate memories affect nearly everyone. For some, it’s a simple case of “our memory isn’t as good as we thought”, but for others, it’s solid proof we are experiencing a parallel universe’s timeline cross into our reality and it is disrupting our history. If you’re only just hearing of the Mandela effect, we would suggest reading our Mandela Effect Overview and Theories before diving into the list of Mandela Effect examples.
Moses With Horns
Do you remember Moses having horns? Well, being a human, why would he? That’s what we thought until someone reported a alternate memory of Moses having horns. After a Google search of “Moses with horns“, you can see statues and other artwork of Moses with horns, although others show him without them. Could this be a Mandela Effect that is still transitioning? Keep an eye on this one because maybe soon you will not be able to find any of the images you are able to find now.
The Mona Lisa is one of the most famous art pieces in history, created by Leonardo da Vinci, so professionals and art students would know exactly what the picture looks like after seeing it many times and admiring it for numerous hours. However, these kinds of people and many more have noticed many changes in the Mona Lisa over time, theoretically caused by the Mandela Effect. There are discrepancies with her smile and her overall appearance.
She looks more youthful in the current picture and many believe their alternate memory is correct and the famous picture has indeed changed. How do you remember the Mona Lisa? Let us know your thoughts and if you are experiencing this alternate memory in the comments below.
Do you remember Black Tuesday, the crash of Wall Street, being in the year 1928 or 1929? We have had reports of people having vivid alternate memories of Black Tuesday being in the year 1928, but all online search results and current information leads towards the historic event being in 1929. How do you remember it? Let us know in the comments below.
The Ford Logo
One of the most recognizable car logos in the world would have to go to Ford. They have distributed millions of cars in many different countries, so you would think people know exactly what the logo looks like, but many are having alternate memories of the Ford logo and this could be a cause of the Mandela Effect. The current Ford logo has a circular tick on the ‘F’, but many remember it being a tapered line instead of a tick. You can see both examples in the image to the side. How do you remember the Ford logo? Circular tick or straight tapered line? Let us know in the comments below.
“Semi-Charmed Life” by Third Eye Blind
Third Eye Blind’s song “Semi-Charmed Life” has been thought of by many as “Semi-Charged Life”, but not there is no evidence the song was ever called “Semi-Charged Life”. There’s a websites that refers to the song being “Semi-Charged Life” (https://www.wattpad.com/187842230-song-lyrics-semi-charged-life-third-eye-blind), but other than that there is no evidence the song was ever “Semi-Charged Life”, even the lyrics in the song itself.