Mandela Effect: Powerful, Rare Images From The Past (But Not Mine!)

Not my past. I can’t claim that I’ve seen every single picture in history, but I do a lot of research pretty much all the time, on a number of different subjects. All of these images are probably MEs for me, but I’ll comment on the ones I’m certain of:

  • That 800 MM German gun looks suspect.
  • The Native American pic from 1868 was not possible in my reality. People were using flash powder and covering their heads with black cloth when they took pictures. That image looks like it could have been taken today!
  • A drug deal picture from 1929? Are you serious?
  • The striped razzle-dazzle ships are ME confirmed.
  • Not necessarily an ME, but that pic of the Cincinn. library is incredible to me.
  • I’ve been seeing several ‘new’ pictures of Einstein recently, including this one from the Grand Canyon.
  • Soviet plane-spotters look bizarre.

I want to emphasize that in history books, in stills and documentaries from my original reality, nearly all pictures from World War II and before were grainy, fuzzy or very discolored. This reality has a lot of clear, crisp high quality pictures by comparison.

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YT description: Some of the most rare images from history – those which express the most powerful events that have ever happened in the world. You absolutely cannot miss them. These are the jewels from the past.

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Title: MOST POWERFUL, RARE AND INTOXICATING IMAGES FROM THE PAST (YT link) Uploaded by Perfect Life.

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