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Part V of a series of investigative articles on the Obama administration, the United Nations, and unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and extraterrestrial life
Fresh from his first visit to Ottawa, Canada on February 19, 2009, U.S. president Barack Obama faces new challenges to any plans for disclosure by his administration of an extraterrestrial presence visiting earth or of U.S. secret human-extraterrestrial liaison programs Canadian speech recognition expert and former CBS radio producer Jon Kelly has subjected a recording of Barack Obama’s inaugural address on the steps on the U.S. capitol on January 20, 2009 to reverse speech analysis.
Kelly’s reverse speech analysis (see below), shows that Barack Obama’s inaugural address contains secret messages predicting an extraterrestrial event of global impact on the scale “of the Iraq war” to occur in Obama’s term of office. Elected in 2008, Obama may serve until January 20, 2013 or January 20, 2017, if re-elected to a second term.
Originally posted by Nola213
I remember this one guy on an old TV variety show who was able to sing a song backwards. Then when they played it backwards, it sounded perfect, like he was singing the song. A really amazing gift, but must have taken years of practice.
But when he sung it backwards it sounded like gibberish, so i have a hard time with reverse speech.
Because really if he is speaking normally forward, anything that "appears" to sound like something when played backwards is pure coincidence.
All these backwards speech videos...try listening to them without watching the video to tell you what is allegedly being said, you won't hear squat.
You only hear it after it's pointed out. At least I don't.
Anyhow straight forward NLP is far more effective than reverse speech.
Originally posted by heyo
The problem with that is it doesn't explain how the first person noticed it.