The best Mandela explanation/theory I’ve heard, sorry I’ve got a cold and need glasses, but it’s a brilliant theory and one that really could explain why we are seeing and experiencing these Mandela effect changes.
oh the book I spoke about I found this….
important information about the Mandela Effect.

He said there is at least one passage in a South African history book confirming that Nelson Mandela did die about a year and a half after he was released from prison on February 11, 1990 [per current Wikipedia article].

What sounds like an awfully boring book is titled, Western Cape Branch of the South African Council for English Education, 1990 and was published on October 1st, 1991.

The quote from this book says that, “The chaos that erupted in the ranks of the ANC when Nelson Mandela died on the 23rd of July, 1991 bought the January 29th, 1991 Inkatha-ANC peace accord to nothing.”

This seems to be very strong evidence that the so-called Mandela Effect is real. It would be one thing for an author to be mistaken about someone’s death: but would any South African author make such an error about the most famous man in the country? And would the editor of this professional journal not catch such a huge, embarrassing mistake in the publication?

Furthermore, the writer did much more than simply note the fact of Mandela’s death! He (or she?) recorded for the historical record the devastating political effects the death of this great statesman had on his party: the “chaos that erupted in the ranks” and how that “bought [sic] the . . . peace accord to nothing.”

I don’t know if it’s significant but, following the instructions to search within the book with the phrase, “Nelson Mandela died,” I could only find one entry referring to Mandela, and it talked about his, “release . . . on February the 2nd, 1990.”

I then searched with the phrase, “23rd” and found the passage recording his death in 1991.

Here is the link, and the relevant section from the post:

The Mandela Effect – PROOF That Negative Timelines Are Collapsing!