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Cummingham Video - Mental Wealth - Make-Up Or Gray Alien Girl?

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posted on Oct, 14 2007 @ 11:44 AM
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This video was within a couple threads over the last year but wasn't it's own thread. She looks like a Gray/human hybrid. In one of those posts, someone mentioned this is to condition children to accept Gray hybrids in the future.

It's from 2000 for a Playstation commercial.

Edit: Mods, I didn't know where to place this: here, Aliens or Games?


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posted on Oct, 14 2007 @ 04:32 PM
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....sign in/out, apologies for double post -- are there any more
examples of 'people' like this? Anyone have any links? Her head
is pretty strange, total hybrid IMO



posted on Oct, 14 2007 @ 04:39 PM
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Very interesting, never saw this one... was PS1 still out in '01???

You're so right though, she does look kind of strange... not quite asian, but with wide spread, almond shaped eyes. I think her hair pulled back and into the braids sort of accentuates her head shape, but that is what Cunningham intended I would imagine. After all, the game is called Mental Wealth, right?
All in all, she's kind of a fox IMO. Especially the accent.



posted on Oct, 14 2007 @ 05:01 PM
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could be that she has a enlarged head because playstation which should never be underestimated according to the commercial can develop mental wealth, I guess along with that an enlarged brain. A joke about her brain being bigger due to the awsome capabilities of the playstaion.

NO greys. I know the eyes are sorta sideways like a greys. could be bad photoshop. a commercial campaign on a serious budget.



posted on Oct, 14 2007 @ 05:39 PM
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Agreed w/ both posters, I think it was a big 2000 millenium campaign
and it got lost in the shuffle w/ the Y2K hysteria then.

I'd like to see more instances of something this blatant. Who knows, could
be something waiting-in-the-wings to condition us like that poster mentioned about kids into these kind of games. Heck, some adults love them too, which is too bad but that's another topic. Actually, here's the topic about video game culture . . . .



posted on Oct, 14 2007 @ 08:36 PM
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Wow, she looks freaky! I wonder if that's how she really looks in real life, and that accent..what kind of accent is that?

I don't think that commercial was effective though. I don't think anyone can get the message while staring at her face.



posted on Oct, 15 2007 @ 05:13 PM
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It's funny you mentioned wondering what she looks like -- I tried to get
behind-the-scenes footage/info on this director to no avail anywhere. . . .



posted on Oct, 15 2007 @ 05:49 PM
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she is borderline cute..
if it were CGI wouldnt they get a really HOT broad to do the commercial
then make her look like that...

Plus.. look at her complexion.. zits galore.. She was sought out because
of her "different look"

definatly not CGI imho

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posted on Oct, 15 2007 @ 06:15 PM
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Originally posted by anhinga

It's funny you mentioned wondering what she looks like -- I tried to get
behind-the-scenes footage/info on this director to no avail anywhere. . . .


Perhaps it was understanding her Scottish accent that has helped me help you:

Making Of..

Hope this answers your question about whether it's real or not. You may want to look through some of Cunningham's other works to ease your suspicion of conditioning; if it were, it'd be one messed up future.







posted on Oct, 15 2007 @ 11:19 PM
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Maybe this excerpt from Woland's link will ease your mind...




Continuing along the lines he's drawn in technological futurism, he makes an alien reality frighteningly believable. Shot on a Sony DV (that's Digital Video, not film) camera, he grabs us, sits us down in a questioning room, and has us watch this charming, pig-tailed girl with eerily human/inhuman facial features advise us about our own destinies. Wtf?


Its supposed to make people think "Huh?" The point of the advert is to make you believe an alien is sitting in a stark room and ranting at you, telling you that we've become so focussed on what we can achieve, instead of what we are. What we can do isn't important, its what we are that is.




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