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Hear Voices? It May Be an Ad

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posted on Dec, 12 2007 @ 11:35 PM
Call me what you will... but it bothers me when I have to listen to the commercials on my neighbors radio. Buy! Buy! One Weekend Close-out. Come down to bob butler toyota! This weekend only come the fairgrounds for a night of motocross you will never forget.

I didn't even turn it on.

If its not the helicopters over head... the sirens, the alarms, the fools yelling in the streets, the power lines sizzling, the trucks and traffic, the military fly-bys ...

30 blocks away I know the train's coming...

endless auditory pollution

Sri Oracle

posted on Dec, 12 2007 @ 11:43 PM
Well, although this form of advertising is completely absurd and f*cked up to say the least, this show looks badass.

posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 12:44 AM
Forcing thoughts into my mind is "mind rape" and I will consider it an act of RAPE and ASSAULT .
If I encounter this method of advertisement, without hesitation no matter what I am doing I will stop, seek out the person that is remotely "in charge" and begin to physically assault them until the technology pointed in my direction atleast .. is HALTED!

Then I will promtply press all charges that my lawyers could think of.Mental abuse, and any other kinda of abuse , rape etc.. If you think I'm exagurating I'm not.
The NWO order is just "testing the ground" as they say they get to see our reaction and test there "madman" technology at the same time.Someone here posted not to feath the technology... pfff you have got to be kidding right?There is valid reason to fear here man. Again placing thoughts into your head without permission is a form of "RAPE", not to mention mental abuse and taking advantage of the general publics ignorance.
This is just the begining.

[edit on 13-12-2007 by firegoggles]

posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 01:19 AM
I got a DVD video movie a while back entitled:

"The Manchurian Candidate"

starring Denzel Washington.

Now the technology is unfolding before my eyes.
Now the story line in the movie doesn't seem so far fetched
after all. If you haven't seen it, you need to. I would spill
the beans about the plot but I don't want to spoil the movie
for those who haven't watched it yet.

posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 01:50 AM

Originally posted by firegoggles
Forcing thoughts into my mind is "mind rape" and I will consider it an act of RAPE and ASSAULT .
Again placing thoughts into your head without permission is a form of "RAPE", not to mention mental abuse and taking advantage of the general publics ignorance.

Whats being used in public by these companies is advertising,they are not putting thoughts into your head,they are playing sounds that you can hear and then like normal have a thought about them once heard.

If they are able to put thoughts into your head,well your not going to know anyway are you? so you wont be running to your lawyers screaming rape.This however isn`t about mind control,though not saying it isn`t possible and they Gov agencies havn`t had it and been using it for nefarious reasons for awhile already.

Relax a little,the end of the world will happen regardless of this type of technology.I dont believe we could stop it if we could pin point the NWO,for a large part we`re probably already living in it.


Cheers for the movie title,I now intend to watch it soon.

[edit on 13-12-2007 by gps777]

posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 02:04 AM
How could this be subverted?

How about a "guerilla source" with commentary on the first ad . . . like broadcasting the advertiser's home telephone number for complaints? Or maybe going there yourself and beaming some thoughts into his head?

I think it will make witness-stand testimony obsolete

It'll make test-taking obsolete.

But you'll pay the rental fee for my portable "cone of silence" to walk around in.


posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 02:46 AM

What's being used in public by these companies is advertising,they are not putting thoughts into your head,they are playing sounds that you can hear and then like normal have a thought about them once heard.

Perhaps I don't fully understand the technology here can someone confirm exactly what is taking place?Is this directed sound cones?Or is this some other higher technology that by-passes the eardrum and invades brain waves connected to areas of the brain responsible for processing sound signals coming from the ear?

I'll admit I'm spewing out of anger but the implications are the same to me and most folks posting, it's simply invasion of your personal freedom to turn something your hearing OFF! I can't imagine anyone possibly defending this yeesh.

And further more I know just about everyone has experience the police breaking up a late night party over the music being too loud?
What gives then? They can spew there sales propaganda(yea I know)in my ear/head without any warning or consideration even?
You don't go up to strangers trying to sell cars by whispering sweet nothings in there ear without even introducing the idea first .. well would you? NO!

So in that light its wrong and invasive whether they are using focused "sound cones" like modern "line array" arena rock show P.A. systems or if they are using something of higher technology.
Maybe I have a case after all the more I think about it.

posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 03:04 AM

Originally posted by dr_strangecraft
How could this be subverted?

How about seeing how well it fits in the advertiser's rectum?

To subtle?

posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 03:35 AM
Project Dark Knight anyone?

For info on dark knight check out his threads:

[edit on 12-13-2007 by CPYKOmega]

posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 04:14 AM
Oh man!!! This is the scariest thing I have read about in a very long time. I agree with the other posters that this can not be a good thing. This can be (and I'm sure has been) used for terrible things - like instructing someone to do something criminal. Maybe schizophrenia doesn't even exist and it is just a manifestation of all the testing of this technology that's been done on the general population for years. Anything's possible, I suppose. Sheesh!

posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 04:15 AM
Nah, I dont want this advertisment! Like someone said, could be made to think You are scitso.

posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 07:44 AM
Has anyone else thought about the info that the church shooter says he was hearing voices in his head? mkultra


posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 07:46 AM

Originally posted by kosmicjack
But if you don't see how having a sound projected into your head, unwillingly and unsolicited while you are MYOB

For the umpteenth time, SOUND IS NOT BEING PROJECTED INTO YOUR HEAD. It is being projected AT your head. This is no different than some nitwit politician patrolling the streets with a loudspeaker on his car or the ice cream man playing his jingle. This speaker is just one that can only be heard by who it's pointed at.

Is the ice cream man violating your privacy? Annoying as hell maybe. But unless he gets out of his truck and runs up to peek in your window, no.

posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 08:00 AM
reply to post by apc

I agree up to a point. Sure, it's just another form of audio invasion. Sure it doesn't cause you to think any differently than you would normally, as far as we know.

But, because of it's covert nature, it could be used for purposes that a politician's loudspeaker couldn't. If the politician was David Duke going down the road blasting out racial hatred messages, he would be very obvious, and likely arrested very soon. But if he could pick the white guy walking down the street wearing a Confederate bandanna, he might be able to trick him into thinking the black guy ten feet away was talking about how much he enjoyed raping white girls.

The potential for turmoil by misuse is limited only by one's imagination.


posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 08:37 AM
I can do that without a holosonic.

There is indeed the potential for abuse, but this technology has been available to the public for a while now. Unless I've missed something, noone's been sued yet. That's not to say it can't happen, or won't, but I do think it's not a reason to fear the technology itself.

posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 08:54 AM
OK this is not a mind message but a focus audible message, they have had this technology for a while and is used in Military apps as a audio cannon, where they can send audio signal fromafar and defening anyone within its path..... they are not getting in your head well at least not this way....

posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 09:27 AM
next it'll be adverts in our dreams like in Futurama

posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 10:38 AM
I was thinking. Do you think we would ever really know the truth that this technology was being used for "bad intentions"? If the goverment did use this technology to blast their messages at you, how would we ever know where it was being generated from and/or who started it? Advertising you could probably figure out, but if the gov't was telling you something, it probably wouldn't be so easy. Like previously posted, the military has the power to project sound from vary far distances with very powerful results. I guess I am just concerned as to the fact that I may never know who or where these messages are coming from. Everyone has some fear of the unknown.

These sonic non-lethal weapons combined with through wall imaging technology for a targeting system can target a person in a house and hit them with a powerful sonic shock wave. Extremist groups are using the weapons. This is occurring in Camden County, New Jersey and possibly other states in the USA.
Sonics, with a new type of imaging technology that can see images of people through walls of a house, are ver effective. This new imaging technology uses a wide range of radar signals that reflect back off of human body characteristics, such as body heat. The reflected radar signals are used by computer software to build an image, on a screen, of people inside a house. The image seen on the screen of people inside the house has enough detail to identify a person by body detail.
Combining two or more focused sound waves results in a more powerful lower frequency sonic wave. This new more powerful sonic wave is no ordinary sound wave. Because the molecules in the air of this sonic wave have been accelerated to such a high velocity, it can penetrate the walls of a house without damaging the walls or house in anyway. By using commercial or medical ultrasonic transducers, an artificial focused sonic shock wave can be produced that is directional. These focused sonic shock waves can be combined to produce an even more powerful sonic shock wave. These powerful focused sonic shock waves are directional and will also penetrate house walls without damaging the house in anyway.

sonic wave weapon

[edit on 12/13/2007 by palehorse23]

posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 10:46 AM
reply to post by Scottus

The weapon in this case is a directional sound wave generator. the developers in the US government won't comment so details are sketchy, but the device most likely operates by generating low-frequency sound pulses and sends them toward a target.

government sonic weapon

Funny how the government never comments.b I guess it has to due with national security huh.

posted on Dec, 13 2007 @ 11:56 AM
they wouldnt use them on quiet would they like subliminally or when you asleep and reprograme you?

then if one company can get away with it then another will and then another and soon enough you'll have 8 adds all going into your head at once and no way to switch them off!!!!! apart from blowing your brains out!!! and then one company getting louder than the rest and so the volume wars begin.


dont try and sell me some crap that i dont want and dont need, make that didnt want and didnt need......... now i must have it alllllllllllll!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

"i....... must kill..........the queeen" drebin police squad

[edit on 13-12-2007 by promnight dumpster baby]

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