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Posted 08 November 2015 - 05:52 PM

There are two simple ways in which subliminal messages could be sent on the unconscious- Visible and auditory. Due to the fact no less than the fifth century B.C., the early Greeks made the science of rhetoric to be a technique for influencing people today. By infusing parts of intellect-persuading details into sentences people can be manipulated by the language they use. 
 
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We've got cause to believe that subliminal messaging is effective based on conclusions in historic contexts. An illustration of auditory subliminal messaging dates back towards the 1920s in the event the BBC commenced broadcasting on radio for The very first time. The people of your period imagined the radio was so sinister, they deemed it to become the voice of the Satan. The BBC required to alter this Perspective, so they put selected phrases employing backward masking inside their jingles. 
 
 
 
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Can you hear the pop an fizz of that coke bottle opening?
 
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Posted 08 November 2015 - 07:38 PM

 

There are two simple ways in which subliminal messages could be sent on the unconscious- Visible and auditory. Due to the fact no less than the fifth century B.C., the early Greeks made the science of rhetoric to be a technique for influencing people today. By infusing parts of intellect-persuading details into sentences people can be manipulated by the language they use. 
 
 
We've got cause to believe that subliminal messaging is effective based on conclusions in historic contexts. An illustration of auditory subliminal messaging dates back towards the 1920s in the event the BBC commenced broadcasting on radio for The very first time. The people of your period imagined the radio was so sinister, they deemed it to become the voice of the Satan. The BBC required to alter this Perspective, so they put selected phrases employing backward masking inside their jingles. 
 
 
 
http://https://youtu.be/n3U_Klp-_tk
 
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Can you hear the pop an fizz of that coke bottle opening?
 
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How about the musak output with all its consumer subliminals? 

 

Careful programming of Muzak has been proven to increase morale and productivity at workplaces, increase sales at supermarkets, and even dissuade potential shoplifting at department stores. Over 20 years ago, numerous department stores in the United States and Canada installed what was called "the little black box," which mixed music and anti-theft messages. The quick repetition of "I am honest. I will not steal." 9,000 times an hour at a barely audible volume was able to curb shoplifting at one of the department stores by 37% during a nine-month trial

Are you being brainwashed by Muzak?


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Be careful what you listen to.  You might just get zapped with outside voices telling you what to buy.  What to eat.  What to wipe your ass with.

 

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Do you hear those kiss smacking lips?

 

or maybe a raspberry!

 

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Posted 08 November 2015 - 07:42 PM

This thread offers this and more on the mind control subject

 

 

Bernays’ Mass Mind Control Tactics
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Posted 16 February 2016 - 02:15 PM

Visual advertisements can be tricky, tricky, tricky....

 

 

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What's that old saying?

 

 

You'll shit brix when you see it....

 

 

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http://www.artistmik...bliminalAd.html

 

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Posted 20 March 2016 - 10:00 AM

But the reason the Truman Show delusion seems so uncannily in tune with the times is that Hollywood blockbuster movies now regularly present narratives that until recently were confined to psychiatrists’ case notes and the clinical literature on paranoid psychosis. Today’s popular culture hums with stories about technology that secretly observes and controls our thoughts, or in which reality is simulated with virtual constructs or implanted memories, and where the truth can be glimpsed only in distorted dream sequences or chance moments when the mask slips. Such beliefs were typically used to mark out fictional characters as crazy, more often than not as homicidal maniacs; now they are more likely to identify a protagonist who, like Jim Carrey’s Truman Burbank, has stumbled onto a carefully orchestrated secret of which those around him are blandly unaware. These stories obviously resonate with our technology-saturated modernity, but they do so by adopting a radically alienated perspective that until recently was a hallmark of estrangement from reality. Does this suggest that media technologies are making us all paranoid? Or that paranoid delusions suddenly make a whole lot more sense than they used to?

 

http://mikejay.net/stranger-fiction/

 

 

Something to think about!

 

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Posted 20 March 2016 - 10:11 AM

Focussssing on the negative asssspect all the time createssss more negativity....

 

 

There ARE Hidden Messages in Disney
 
My point is this: good art should have multiple meanings and interpretations. To declare one interpretation as the “correct” interpretation is to disenfranchise its value for everyone else. Truly, art is filled with meaning. Our task is to extract the best interpretation for ourselves and help others do the same.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Posted 28 May 2016 - 11:02 AM

The best way to hide anything is out in the open
 
Hidden Persuaders: The Psychology of Subliminal Perception
 
From the late 50s to the mid 70s books with titles like Subliminal Seduction and Media Sexploitation kept the notion alive for a public apparently happy to see wicked manipulative scientists working with greedy, cynical advertisers.  Shopaholism, suicides and sexual disorders were all seen to be partly consequences of this conspiracy.
 
But clever salesmen did see the positive side of the public’s gullibility.  They knew from their research that subliminal advertising did not work….and was any way both illegal and illogical.  But why not turn the whole thing around and openly sell the technique? Hey Presto! We have subliminal auditory self-help tapes.
 
 

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Posted 01 September 2016 - 03:28 PM

Subliminal Acrostics...

 

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Posted 22 September 2016 - 05:11 AM

Visual advertisements can be tricky, tricky, tricky....

 

 

GlassUp.jpg

 

What's that old saying?

 

 

You'll shit brix when you see it....

 

 

:25:

 

 

http://www.artistmik...bliminalAd.html

 

:Dance_Alien:  :YeahThat1:

 

Word placement works too:

 

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Simpler to see and good for a giggle. 


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Posted 23 September 2016 - 01:40 AM

Visual advertisements can be tricky, tricky, tricky....

 

 

GlassUp.jpg

 

What's that old saying?

 

 

You'll shit brix when you see it....

 

 

:25:

 

 

http://www.artistmik...bliminalAd.html

 

:Dance_Alien:  :YeahThat1:

 

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