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Titan Leeds

A "convincing imposter" from a 1736 Almanac?

We think of the Mandela Effect as being a recent phenomenon. This is not only for the obvious connection with the Mandela name, but also it's rise in awareness coinciding with the global growth of the internet. 

There's been growing speculation regarding the effect being much older, however. For example, there's a famous documented example from the early 1980's concerning The Stopped Clock of Bologna, along with many other early instances covered in The Origin of the Mandela Effect.

Recently, an almanac from Titan Leeds from his "good friend", the famous Benjamin Franklin, has caused quite a stir in the Mandela Effect community. It describes a story with some eerie parallels to the ones experienced today - and he published it in 1736. He predicted, in print, the date of Leeds death, and when that date passed without incident, claimed Leeds had been replaced by "a very convincing" imposter.

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Nelson Mandela Malcolm X

Gave a speech to children at the end of the movie

Those experiencing the Mandela Effect which gave the phenomenon it's name, namely their memory of him dying in prison in the 1980's, must have missed an awful lot of news relating to him since.

They will swear none of this happened, which is exactly what the Mandela Effect is all about:

{jb_listblack}Nobel Peace Prize in 1993{/jb_listblack}

{jb_listblack}President of South Africa 1994-1999{/jb_listblack}

{jb_listblack}260 awards over 40 years{/jb_listblack}

This also includes an appearance at the end of the 1992 movie "Malcolm X", where he's seen giving a speech to a class of children.