SINBAD retains no memories whatsoever of the genie movie which many among the Mandela Effected adamantly claim to have watched in the Nineties; a bargain bin feature never quite attaining the rank of cult classic but which he also just so happened to star in, and I wish I could say I believe him. I mean, I’m more inclined to chalk it up to the intricate and mysterious cause and effects of multi-verse or even time travel tampering but Sinbad, aka David Adkins, might very well be involved in the creepy-crawly on this one. I will show you evidence as to why that is. I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again, nobody has yet to convince me that the ME is cookie cutter.

At the end of the day, ‘Shazaam’ is so divisive that many within the ME community are agreeing to the otherwise tiresome false memory mantra. I wouldn’t really know because I never saw the movie. But then the same could be said of the ‘Kazaam’ movie starring Shaq. I never saw that one either, though I do distinctly recall the latter being released in theaters in 1996—the very summer that I was a swimming instructor at the Hawthorne High pool in Hawthorne, California. I bring that up because it involves my only contribution to the Sinbad genie movie mystery. I distinctly recall the Shaq release being mentioned at the pool and then somebody whining in a short back and forth exchange: “Not another genie movie again!” You will tell me they were referring to Disney’s Aladdin, released only 4 years earlier but that wasn’t the context of the conversation. I would like to tell you that Sinbad was mentioned but I’m not entirely certain of that last part. Maybe the conversation never even happened in the first place, LOL. Who is to say that any of our memories are wholly reliable?

I have plenty more to say on the Sinbad genie issue but you’ll have to read it for yourself in ‘The Lion & the Lamb,’ my book on the Mandela Effect. 

The Lion & The Lamb

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