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originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance
If you feel like you were being guided or given some message, but have no idea where/what you were being guided to or what the message was, then it's a pretty ineffective means of guiding people or delivering messages...
I've been slightly obsessed with the number 5 for several years now, I'm fairly certain it's got some real significance in our lives but I'm still putting together the pieces
originally posted by: FlyInTheOintment
a reply to: MarkOfTheV
Yes, you're right. The key is the word 'subliminal', which is clearly, sub-liminal. Below the (liminal) boundary of conscious awareness. So, yes, they could well be actively programming people through the TV. I suppose it probably works best when a person is under the influence of hypnotic or psychedelic drugs, but hypnosis doesn't have to be performed under such conditions in order to be effective. In fact, a very light trance is very easily achievable - watching TV without paying attention, for example during the ad breaks, is a totally verifiable situation in which anyone can go into a light-medium trance state. Under such conditions, hypnotic programming through the use of subliminals & various televisual effects would be extremely easy, for someone or some group that knows what they're doing. I've been studying hypnosis recently, so I'm not making this stuff up...