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posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 04:49 PM
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I know I have seen subliminal adverts on Cartoon network whilst watching adult swim. Once there was definite flash of what appeared to be a naked body, although my friend said he didn't see anything. I know I have seen other flashes similar to this, usually around when they cut to commercials, but that was the only time I really thought I could make out what it was.

Then there is the classic trick of playing a commercial twice in a row or twice in the same 'commercial break'... thats kinda obvious though.




posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 04:54 PM
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I know I have seen subliminal adverts on Cartoon network whilst watching adult swim. Once there was definite flash of what appeared to be a naked body, although my friend said he didn't see anything. I know I have seen other flashes similar to this, usually around when they cut to commercials, but that was the only time I really thought I could make out what it was.

Then there is the classic trick of playing a commercial twice in a row or twice in the same 'commercial break'... thats kinda obvious though.



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 05:06 PM
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I wonder why "I Robot"? It's an ancient film, not?

Maybe they put "I Robot" because of Will Smith's new movie "Hancock." By putting "I Robot," they would get you thinking of "I Robot," and , consequently, the actors within. Will Smith is the star in the movie, so you'd probably be thinking of him. Thinking of Will Smith who also holds, for the most part, the sole role in the new movie "Hancock," you may begin to think of "Hancock." This is purely speculative, but who knows?


[edit on 4-7-2008 by o22a6ar]



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 05:17 PM
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Incredible!

Umm...... Food for thought....


ATS does have its fair share of government creeps.....

Chances are, they have read this thread....

If your claim is true, you might want to consider keeping your mouth shut about whats going on....

If you do see subliminal advertising in anything political on TV, I would keep it to yourself. You would be attracting unwanted attention, unless of course you have heroic intentions, and would like to prove to the world that the NWO is in control.

Ive always wondered why in feb 2009 all analog broadcasts are going to be discontinued and digital will rule the airwaves. Will this allow them to use subliminal advertising on another level?

Just think of this possibilities


Video tape the screen through your glasses and see if you can capture it on video!



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 05:17 PM
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Okay, so what does a millisecond of advertising cost on CBS? I mean, they sell 30 second slots on the Super Bowl broadcast for millions. I have doubts about the efficacy of advertising on a conscious level. What would make a profit based corporation spend money on something questionable?

I'll bet someone in a network's sales department could tell us? How about it, ATSers? Any of you sell advertising on CBS?



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 05:19 PM
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If you look closely at the screen ATSers you might see spely out in in big red letters the word GULLIBLE.

This is so obviously a wind up I can't believe you're falling for it.


OBEY!

THIS IS YOUR GOD!

ETC!



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 05:41 PM
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I have doubts about the efficacy of advertising on a conscious level.

The companies that spend the most on advertising sell the most stuff. Take Coca-Cola, or McDonalds for instance. In 2006, Coca-Cola spent $1.9bn on advertising; McDonalds spent $1.6bn. These are both global companies. Coca-Cola is listed by Forbes as one of the top 25 (or something like that, but no more) richest companies. McDonalds wasn't on this list, but they serve around 56 million people daily. 56 million people wouldn't buy McDonalds' nasty ass food every day, without advertising. I hardly ever watch television. I hardly (maybe five times a year) ever eat McDonalds. I never drink Coca-Cola unless I have to. Think what you want, but advertising does work.



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 05:45 PM
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If this were true, it would be as simple as recording a program that airs the ad and trying to decode the ad in the frames.

You would not need the glasses to see it, the puzzle pieces would be right there.



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 05:50 PM
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I am am beyond saddened at the way you people will grasp at any straw placed before you. Let's do an experiment shall we? Place a piece of construction paper with the letters "KFC" in front of your face. Look at it. Does it make you want to eat chicken? If so? Kill yourself. Thank you, drive through.

[edit on 4-7-2008 by Zenagain]



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 06:23 PM
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Originally posted by SJE98

Ok. I see double when reading close, but not far away. When I look at my cell phone screen “Blackberry” or Samsung blackjack phone. I can see the letters ok ,but there just overlapped with RED Blue and Green, and off center. Sort of like getting 3 images lined up in the color spectrum to make one image. My vision cannot do that for some reason when I’m looking at images close up or reading.


Interesting you say this, because as I was reading through the thread I thought that this might be the principle that would allow the words on the screen to remain hidden in plain sight--in a way like words spelled out in tests for color blindness, or the slightly overlapping colors of 3-D images seen without the correcting glasses. Somehow with your vision and glasses you are able to resolve the hidden images consciously, while everyone else doesn't notice them.

Very interesting thread; curious for someone to post screen captures of this.



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 06:27 PM
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The subconscious mind is alot stronger than the conscious mind.

If you didn't know that....uhmm, well now you know :p

I don't even know how to spell conscious...or is it the sub conscience mind?

They even tried useing this on a news conference they Believed I think it was the BTK killer, was watching. all the viewing audience saw was a flash, well some of them. But it was a message saying to "call the police chief now!", or some such. It didn't work, oh well.



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 06:43 PM
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You are so right about tv being an addiction.

We moved to a new home and they couldn't connect the cable company we had been using .
To make a long story short, I've been having to watch the 3 local channels and I feel like I'm having withdrawal pains. I miss my cable so much!
I'm not trying to derail this thread.
I think I'll start reading my many books that are gathering dust
It's really scary if they are coming into our homes like this and trying to control out behavior.



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 06:47 PM
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Subliminimal/subliminable (can't remember what he said but cheers Dubya!) messaging is a variety of things mainly to do with us spending cash to fill the coffers of the world's elite and corporate tits. It's used everyday and even though it's banned on the telly here in the UK, "they" still use advertising to brainwash, especially kids. Have you ever seen the commercials on kids channels like Nickelodeon + JR, Boomerang and thelikes?

An overly-excited/ecstatic voice explodes from the tv, telling kids how great this product is and how much they want it. "IT SHOOTS! IT FLIES! IT DRIVES! IT HAS OVER 8 REAL ACTION SOUNDS!"

"KIDS! GO PESTER THE FCUK OUT YOUR PARENTS TO BUY THIS OVER-PRICED, CHEAPLY MADE PIECE OF CRAP AT A RIDICULOUS PRICE! LOOK IT HAS LOADS OF COLOURS AND COOL LITTLE GIZMO'S THAT YOU'RE ONLY GONNA BECOME BORED WITH IN A FEW DAYS UNLESS IT BREAKS!"

Christmas is even worse.

What about money-off vouchers conveniently dropped through your letter box? Being Scottish and also as a race are known for penny-pinching, I like to look through to see what I get. I love Subway. Can't get enough of them. Got loads through recently. Great! But I notice other people, friends and family, getting vouchers/offers for different things they clearly don't need, yet contemplating buying those products. My mum, bless her, has bought almost every "revolutionary" excercise aid since the Thigh-Master. Sorry, ma, you're still overweight and I love you the way you are. (birthday is coming up
) She didn't use them. Maybe intended to but didn't. SHe buys stuff from Betterware - microwave egg-poacher?!? Yet to have a bloody poached egg.

Lads, we've all had girlfriends who go out and buy shoes and tops and skirts and shorts and blah di blah ..... that they never wear!! Would impulse buying be deemed subliminal? I'll need to check that out, the terminology or whatever but it's all the same. Them telling us what to do with the hard earned cash they paid us.

This is just one thing among a list of things that's just so wrong with the world. Everything inter-connected for one purpose......

[edit on 4/7/2008 by itchy_tartan_blanket]



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 06:55 PM
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Originally posted by Marcos Arroyos
Okay, so what does a millisecond of advertising cost on CBS? I mean, they sell 30 second slots on the Super Bowl broadcast for millions. I have doubts about the efficacy of advertising on a conscious level. What would make a profit based corporation spend money on something questionable?

I'll bet someone in a network's sales department could tell us? How about it, ATSers? Any of you sell advertising on CBS?



They sell 30 second slots for millions during the superbowl because millions will "most definitely" be watching that particular show. A spot at the exact same time the next day will be about 90% less in cost.. just the way it works.

My advice to you sir is if you catch it again, call your local station that was sending that signal out. Request that you get whatever show it was off their backup system that most stations keep for a short period of time. Its not a request they actually get that often.. quite surprising.

Prime-time is where the "magic" happens. Your local affiliate is in charge of programming until that magic hour of the mindless masses enjoying the boob tube. Thats when your affiliate starts receiving signal from NOC and pumping it out in a seamless transfer.

Even if you catch your signal from a cable source.. you are still seeing the picture that your local affiliate is receiving (that same feed is being uplinked to the cable source).

I have seen alot of strange "glitches" at work, but as far as subliminal dubiousness... I am skeptical. I have looked... of course I did not have magic glasses.


[edit on 4-7-2008 by TwiTcHomatic]



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 06:56 PM
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Originally posted by IMAdamnALIEN
Incredible!

Umm...... Food for thought....


ATS does have its fair share of government creeps.....

Chances are, they have read this thread....

If your claim is true, you might want to consider keeping your mouth shut about whats going on....

If you do see subliminal advertising in anything political on TV, I would keep it to yourself. You would be attracting unwanted attention, unless of course you have heroic intentions, and would like to prove to the world that the NWO is in control.

Ive always wondered why in feb 2009 all analog broadcasts are going to be discontinued and digital will rule the airwaves. Will this allow them to use subliminal advertising on another level?

Just think of this possibilities


Video tape the screen through your glasses and see if you can capture it on video!


I have really given this some thought.
My Mom used to say that someday we would be spied upon in our own homes from our tv's.
That was a long time ago. It seems she was ahead of her time.



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 06:59 PM
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Wow, we've got some really gullible people in this world if you believe this sort of bunk.

There is a reason why commercials have to make something seem appealing. If advertising was as simple as flashing WORDS at you, we'd see 30 second slots of BUY BIG MAC flashing over and over. Flashing words at you subliminally isn't going to work.



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 06:59 PM
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Hi,

Try some fresh air and get away from that screen. TV serves no real purpose although I watch it, I do so sparingly.

Read those books - the one thing you will get from books over tv is knowledge and it will prove more useful in the long run.

(Hate to sound like a conspirator against tv. but the quality nowadays is so poor, you have to wonder what its role is and what good it does - this includes entertainment)!

My thoughts.

Brei.



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 07:10 PM
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Before the BTK killer was caught, the police had local TV stations that they knew he watched have subliminal messages flash across the screen before , during, and after newscasts. I don't remember the exact messages but one was similar to "CALL THE MAN" or something like that. The police admitted to doing this, too, so it must work or they wouldn't have wasted their time with it and that was back like twenty plus years ago when The BTK killer was killing just about anybody he wanted. With HD TV, the subliminal messages are probably having a stronger effect on the human subconscience.

I'll never eat at KFC, or McDonalds again or watch I ROBOT (kinda lame movie anyway IMHO). I think I'm going to tape some TV shows that come on primetime and run the tape really slow and see if I can pick up on some subliminal messages.



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 07:21 PM
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Lighten up man - just a bit of fun, or can you not understand that.

If you think I was watching iRobot because ... hmm. (Fun).

Chill - here have some of my wine.

Brei.



posted on Jul, 4 2008 @ 07:37 PM
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It seems that the messaging\ advertising is broadcast during the show(s) i.e. whatever is on at the time. Not during commercials. ( Thus Branding the Show.) The message had lines though the lettering and was flickering very fast. but the entire image seemed to be in this very light gray colored box at the top of the screen, sort of super imposed onto the television Image, but yet separate. you could see the television show with the flickering image, but the image stood out like day and night to me. This is why I’m trying to figure out if I need a high speed camera for this kind of capture.




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