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Strange Messages seen on TV (Blip Verts, subliminal messages?)

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posted on Dec, 22 2009 @ 11:45 AM
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Hi ATS,

I am posting because I have seen some very strange things on TV and I'm wondering if anyone has noticed.

There have been times when I have been watching the news or a documtary and the Narator or presenter will say a string of words that are total gibberish and very random. I have Sky + have been meaning to try and tape it and post it here. An example would be watching the news about the markets and so on, and then the narator suddenly says: "Gell fission green one five bubble" Or something totally random like that.

The reason why it sticks out to me is that these are not errors, they seem intentional. Its almost like Subliminal Messages or something. I have spoken to a few people about it who have also noticed. And my wife has also noticed the same things as I have .

Now, I'm a big fan of Derren Brown, who can use NLP and Suggestion to get YOU to say, think and believe pretty much anything. He also had a show a while back where he trained someone to actually pick up a gun and rob a security van whenever they heard a certain piece of music.

The only other thing I could think of is that it is the new "Numbers Station" where the Tv is used to communicate messages to field agents. Numbers Stations : en.wikipedia.org...

But with all the technology out there I think the latter point is probably not true.

Therefore, is someone trying to mess with out mojo through the TV?

Anyone else noticed?




posted on Dec, 22 2009 @ 11:49 AM
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Sorry what I was meant to add was: Could the same techniques employed by the likes of Derren Brown, be used through your TV.

In fact I did the same experiment with a few people in the office. I drew loads of pictures and sent them junk mail with a word on it. I hid the word in conversations, sang it hidden in tunes. Then I asked about 20 people to guess what words I was thinking. 18 of them guessed correctly because I had sown that seed by hidding the word in every day material.

Can people mess with us through the TV in the same way?



posted on Dec, 22 2009 @ 12:06 PM
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Originally posted by kilas

I have Sky + have been meaning to try and tape it and post it here. An example would be watching the news about the markets and so on, and then the narator suddenly says: "Gell fission green one five bubble" Or something totally random like that.


Please tape it and post it. I've never heard of anything like this. You need documentation.



posted on Dec, 22 2009 @ 12:40 PM
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There is a member at Youtube "schonhans1" (Simon Peter Schonhans), who's posted videos he's captured of similar anomalies.

I haven't watched a lot of this member's Youtube videos, but he has in fact captured anomalies with his television set of the type you've mentioned - more specifically, visual anomalies, as well as light balls leaping from people at him, etc.

He talks a lot about MK Ultra / mind control, CIA, FBI and cults, etc., and appears to be suffering from schizophrenia; although, I speak not having any sort of mental health background.

What is fascinating is that some of the subjects he speaks about include verifiable information, and some of his videos compellingly back up at least the fact that something paranormal / out of the ordinary is happening to him...

What's also very strange, and this is related, are accounts of people suffering from what they're calling "gang stalking" who report - and also videotape - this strange television phenomena.

The victims of gang stalking often talk about regular people, seemingly involved in some sort of cults, involved in high tech, or paranormal assaults, or surveillance, including shining odd lights into people's houses, messing with the television image, etc.

There is something truthful behind this and it echoes what's been said about cults / multidimensional mischief makers behind our governments, churches, entertainment industry, etc.

It's all very bizarre...



posted on Dec, 22 2009 @ 01:15 PM
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Huh purple berry monkey washing machine to you.
im lost again paranoid schitzo? or a blip in the matrix program uncovered
??not sure where my opinion is on this one gonna need sum more info to support your claim Its not usually a good thing when the tv is talking to you . if it is real then its even more confusing why random dribble? What would the point be?



posted on Dec, 22 2009 @ 01:18 PM
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I've spent more of my life watching tv then anything else, and have never come across this. Are you experiencing a lot of stress inlife? Sometimes when I'm stressing really bad I miss hear what is said on tv. You may also suffer from cognitive issues.


Originally posted by atswheat
There is a member at Youtube "schonhans1" (Simon Peter Schonhans), who's posted videos he's captured of similar anomalies.


Yeah this poor guys not right. There's one funny video of him taping a news report on the ufo balloon boy, but all you can hear is the sound of him eating a bag of chips.

[edit on 22-12-2009 by mosesgunner]



posted on Dec, 22 2009 @ 01:29 PM
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if its visible then its not sublimal
other than that i dont know much about it.
i heard they did experiments in 60's in movie teaters inserting frames with messages like "you want cola" etc and were checking if sells outside increesed , but it was with in statistical error so they gave up. (atleast thats what i read)



posted on Dec, 22 2009 @ 01:44 PM
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ha ha ha who knows maybe I should lay of eating cheese late at night or something. I have to say its been a while since I have seen this. But be rest assured, the moment I see one again I shall record it and post it.

To one poster, good point about it not being Subliminal, due to the event being to long. However, it is still a little odd at times. And its not just me thats seen it either. I must say though that each event has always happened in peak viewing time 6pm - 9pm and there is usually something so boring on that I have pretty much tuned out and the TV is just background chatter. But, it is still there none the less.

I have googled it to see if anything pops up but to no avail.

Just wanting to know though, has any one else seen anything like that?



posted on Dec, 22 2009 @ 01:46 PM
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Also, given the amount of time we are "Plugged In" to the TV, it would be the perfect way to inject an idea into the general masses.

Anyone watched the Baby TV Channel thats in Sky....now thats some far out #!



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