Archive for the ‘The Mandela Effect’ Category


When I think about the Monopoly guy, I see him with a monocle. A lot of people think they remember him that way, but that is not what we have got now. So are we wrong or is this another example of this weird mystery known as the Mandela Effect?

View a film about this particular case here, and see how people vote.



Stumbled across an edition of Ian Fleming´s “Moonraker” from about eight years ago with a nice Pulp style cover. Also released in Audio Book format, which is cool. As for the Mandela Effect thread that has been discussed on this blog (Dolly not having braces in the film) recently, I have asked around what people recall and everybody says they remember that she had braces in the film. And I mean everybody. When I tell them about this they all go “What?”. And that includes a good friend of mine that is a huge fan, they invite him to James Bond premieres when a new movie is out etc. Last thing I heard from him was that he was going to dig up some pictures with Dolly wearing braces in his collection. It has been pretty quiet since then.

Isn´t that interesting?


This is another post about the Mandela Effect mystery. Things are a changing in the King James Bible (if you have one handy, check your copy) and if you want to have a quick look at this you can visit the Online version and type in the following words in the search engine (all mentions of said words will pop up for you to see).

“Matrix”, “Highway”, “Bottle”, “Stuff”…

Tip of the iceberg, but it might get your attention…


I first heard about the Bible changes in the Michael Vara radio show that I highlighted on this blog the other day (see the “What the hell is going on here? (2)” post), in which many examples was given to ongoing changes of Biblical texts in old copies of the Bible. Now I have looked at this checking some of these claims up with my own personal copy of the Bible and although I am in no way what you can call an expert, I can still spot some changes a mile off. Not only has many modern words slipped in, but you also have sections that are so ingrained in our minds (in art etc, see this example above where the lion have been replaced by the wolf!!) that it is just ridiculous.

This is exploding in Christian circles right now as many are shocked at having to confront the impossible. Check out this clip of a pastor breaking this to his flock.

You may want to check this out…


The Dolly mystery deepens. I have located a page on YouTube called the Mandela Effect Research Channel and they have posted a film about “Moonraker” and the mystery about the missing braces. Why are they remembered by so many? Why are they mentioned in old reviews of the film? Look at this film here.

Also, do you remember the following quotes from certain classic movies?

“Life is like a box of chocolates”

“Luke, I am your father”

“You dirty rat”

“If you build it they will come”

“Mirror mirror on the wall”

Then you are not remembering it correctly… Now, is it just me?

What the hell is going on here?


Watched my DVD of the James Bond classic “Moonraker” today and Jaws girlfriend Dolly does not appear to have braces in it. I can swear that she did when I saw it back in the day, it was the thing that brought them together, the little detail that made them fall in love. Or wasn´t it? But how come so many remember the same thing…

This is claimed to be one of the most blatant examples of what people are refering to as The Mandela Effect (see yesterdays post) in movies, although there are many examples that will blow your mind. The Esoteric Detective Channel on YouTube has put together a clip about “Moonraker” here, so you can take a look. Also, a fan in Germany has checked out an old 1982 VHS copy that you can see here, still no braces in sight. Fans are going nuts over this on forums.

So, what are we to think about all this?


If you have some time to kill you may want to check out a new phenomenon called The Mandela Effect. Now this is a strange thing and you may want to ease into this slow and easy, so my suggestion is that you listen to what I would call a highly entertaining episode of the LNM Radio Show Late Night in the Midlands with host Michael Vara in which he talks to Bill Bean and Ira Robinson about this. How can the word “Matrix” have slipped in to old copies of the King James Bible in five different places? How can many well known passages in said book have changed, and modern words such as “bottles” and “Highways” (etc etc) be in there? And then there are the movies, even the James Bond classic “Moonraker” (I know what should be there and will be checking my copy now, let me know what you spot if you do the same). And it goes on and on.

Listen to the show here, the chat begins about 27 minutes in.