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Help! Is this a Mandella effect? Salvadore Dali..
Ninbee
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10-14-2018 10:28 AM

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Help! Is this a Mandella effect? Salvadore Dali..
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Please tell me - is there anyone else who remembers this painting by Salvador Dali as 'persistence of time' and not 'Persistence of Memory' ?
This is a favourite painting of mine which I clearly remember it being called Persistence of time - I even googled this picture 4 weeks ago to read about it more and I even shared it on another forum as 'persistence of time'. Today I googled it again needing an image.. and it is now it is called 'persistence of MEMORY! .. am I going crazy here?
I can't ask anyone in my household because they don't even heard of Dali ..Hiding3

I would love to hear your thoughts Hiding3



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10-14-2018 10:41 AM

 



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RE: Help! Is this a Mandella effect? Salvadore Dali..
Always been The Persistence of Memory, and for a very good reason. Dali claimed his melting clocks were his greatest gift to the American people. He claimed Americans always had to be somewhere, always had to do something and were constantly looking at their watches so, when they looked at his painting, they felt a sigh of relief, the clock wasn't rigid as they believed, but was melting away. Time wasn't persistent, memory is, memory of the lingering now. That's why the ants on the closed watch, trying to get in? Or...
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10-14-2018 10:55 AM

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RE: Help! Is this a Mandella effect? Salvadore Dali..
there are alternative titles:
....das Bild „Die Beständigkeit der Erinnerung“, andere vielleicht auch bekanntere Überschriften sind „Die zerrinnende Zeit“ oder „Die weichen Uhren".
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http://www.hoegenstrasse.de/Miriam/uhren.htm

"fading/melting time" and "soft/melting watches"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RpkQEq75y18

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Ninbee
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RE: Help! Is this a Mandella effect? Salvadore Dali..
LoP Guest  Wrote: (10-14-2018 10:41 AM)
Always been The Persistence of Memory, and for a very good reason. Dali claimed his melting clocks were his greatest gift to the American people. He claimed Americans always had to be somewhere, always had to do something and were constantly looking at their watches so, when they looked at his painting, they felt a sigh of relief, the clock wasn't rigid as they believed, but was melting away. Time wasn't persistent, memory is, memory of the lingering now. That's why the ants on the closed watch, trying to get in? Or...

Wow, thank you. Thank you for this clarification and explanation. It makes very good sense. I am liking how I have perceived this in such a way. Maybe it's my bad (or alternate) memory, the irony.
The ants though...
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