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Originally posted by ArMaP
reply to post by Esoteric Teacher
Yes, but they must be physically detected.
For example, if I am not able to distinguish the letters from the background the message will be lost.
This is especially dangerous in children.
Subliminal stimuli (pronounced /sʌbˈlɪmɨnəl/, literally "below threshold"), contrary to supraliminal stimuli or "above threshold", are any sensory stimuli below an individual's absolute threshold for conscious perception. Visual stimuli may be quickly flashed before an individual may process them, or flashed and then masked, thereby interrupting the processing. Audio stimuli may be played below audible volumes, similarly masked by other stimuli, or recorded backwards in a process called backmasking. Introduced in 1897, the concept became controversial as "subliminal messages" in 1957 when marketing practitioners claimed its potential use in persuasion. Subsequent scientific research, however, has been unable to replicate most of these marketing claims beyond a mere placebo effect.
source/read more: Wikipedia's Subliminal Stimuli Article
Originally posted by ArMaP
Seriously, I think people are too worried about just one word, "sex".
The Big Space Show in the Sky
The second step in the NASA Blue Beam Project involves a gigantic 'space show' with three-dimensional optical holograms and sounds, laser projection of multiple holographic images to different parts of the world, each receiving a different image according to predominating regional national religious faith. This new 'god's' voice will be speaking in all languages. In order to understand that, we must study various secret services' research done in the last 25 years. The Soviet's have perfected an advanced computer, even exported them, and fed them with the minute physio-psychological particulars based on their studies of the anatomy and electromechanical composition of the human body, and the studies of the electrical, chemical and biological properties of the human brain. These computers were fed, as well, with the languages of all human cultures and their meanings. The dialects of all cultures have been fed into the computers from satellite transmissions. The Soviets began to feed the computers with objective programs like the ones of the new messiah. It also seems that the Soviets - the new world order people - have resorted to suicidal methods with the human society by allocating electronic wavelengths for every person and every society and culture to induce suicidal thoughts if the person doesn't comply with the dictates of the new world order.
There are two different aspects of step two.
The first is the 'space show.' Where does the space show come from? The space show, the holographic images will be used in a simulation of the ending during which all nations will be shown scenes that will be the fulfillment of that which they desire to verify the prophecies and adversary events.
Here is Project Blue Beam.
The Soviet's have perfected an advanced computer, even exported them, and fed them with the minute physio-psychological particulars based on their studies of the anatomy and electromechanical composition of the human body, and the studies of the electrical, chemical and biological properties of the human brain.
We have video games, and games like "Second Life", World of Warcraft, and first person "shooters",
Originally posted by davespanners
Originally posted by wcitizen
reply to post by Broll
People wouldn't necessarily have to be part of the conspiracy, just afraid of losing their jobs if they speak out.
So what happens if you retire from being a Graphic Designer / TV producer / Film Director and decide to tell all?
Do Glamour magazine send snipers after you?
I thought being a graphic designer was boring up till now, but now I'm looking forward to retirement age, I guess I'll have to start working out so I can outrun Glamour Magazines squad of trained hit men.
[edit on 21-8-2010 by davespanners]
Originally posted by NoRegretsEver
Now here are the videos that our children are watching, mind you a lot of what they see, they cannot comprehend yet. Some of these things are set into their minds and can manifest at a later time.
Here is a video made for kids that has since been banned, but what message do you think children would get from this?
Scariest kids tv show EVER!!
The Adventures of Mark Twain was most certainly NOT banned. I saw it as a kid, so of course I bought it last year when I saw it in Big Lots for $3. Still creepy1 The scene refers to one of Twain's books- The Mysterious Stranger. Twain was an atheist and thought religion was foolish.
Originally posted by canadiansenior70
I watched the 'newscaster and guest' videos, but only to hear the comments. I was raised to never interrupt, to have back and forth sharing of ideas, so I am repulsed by news people interrupting and will turn off the video.
I've seen it too often.
If I were a guest on a show, and was interrupted so many times, I would say, about the 3rd time, to the effect that," Ï was invited to here to speak my mind, tell my point of view and if you cannot listen and have to hog the show, I will leave", and I would leave if it continued!
I, as well, was aware of subliminal images in ads some years back, with the book mentioned in a previous post. I don't buy magazines and I didn't watch TV ads, as I had a game open on the computer for those breaks. Now I don't even turn on the TV.
I recall buying Zest soap from a TV ad, back in the '60s as my husband left a bathtub ring ( and a sink ring), and there is another product I bought from a TV ad many years ago .....I forget which now.
I recently watched 'Supersize Me', realizing I have not been to MacDonald's in well over 10 years. It grossed me out! but I tested myself, and bought a Big Mac soon after---the taste was so foreign and 'slimy' that I threw the rest away. I did that BEFORE I watch "Food Inc", as what I have heard I know will turn my stomach.
Another thing I noticed, of late, is that I don't see what is going on around me outside, so I am not influenced. I don't stop to smell the roses, and the reason for this is because I am in a wheelchair, and I watch the sidewalk for 'icky' things, such as dog poop and sputum so I can bypass and not get them on my wheels, therefore my hands, therefore track them into my home or other places. I suppose I live in my own world and am not affected by programming! The roses (flowers) hang high on lamposts all over my beautiful City and I cannot wheel along looking up!
I do spend much time online, though, to see what has brought such awful changes in the world I used to know!
[edit on 21-8-2010 by canadiansenior70]
Originally posted by drkid
reply to post by ArMaP
I had no idea they did not have commercial soundtracks back then. That us pretty cool i learned something new. The thing with these commercials is that they are not only annoying but now they are getting louder than the actual show you are watching.
Originally posted by Esoteric Teacher
Originally posted by ArMaP
Let me ask you one question, how many languages do you speak and how many do you understand when spoken, at least partially?
in 5 years on ATS, this is the first time i have engaged a mod in real debate on a subject i feel passionatley about.
i never thought it would be a mod i have respect for at the level i have for you. i am going to have to sleep on this, and my response will come later this afternoon more than likely.
before i take a break from posting i would like to answer that one question.
i was raised on english, but polish was also spoken in my grandmother's house on my mother's side. i learned some of it, but am not good enough to form many sentences at all.
i learned some dialects of arabic while spending 44 months in that region of the world during deployements in the last 10 years. i can speak more of it relatively fluently. and am familiar with approximately 3,000 words i think, but unfortunatley different dialects, as my teachers were fellow firefighters from the host nations of Bahrain, Kuwait, Iraq, and Saudi Arabia. similiar but with variations between cultures.
lately i have been studying the individual syllables of english, their meanings and etymological origins, but when i also look at the ancient languages there are similarities in the meanings of the syllables, many times they mean near the exact opposite of the way we interpret them in modern times.
also, i would like to mention that the languages that are of the alphabet (26 letters, or close with similiar construct) also have relations to eachother at the syllable level. i have noticed this frequently in my personal studies over the last few years.
i have delved into Latin, Aramaic, and Sumerian, which has no linguistic affinities, and thus hurts my brain, but i try.
i don't read or write other languages too efficiently in my opinion, but i can speak a little of them, especially the Arabic dialects, and Polish. Latin not so much, yet.
so that is where i am in my personal studies concerning languages other than English, but they are connected, related, in my opinon. observable "coincidences" (for lack of a better word) do seem to exist.
as for the rest of that post, i will return later today.
thanks for this ArMaP, i do appreciate it.
i thinking this dialogue will be fruitfull, and i do like to learn.
i would also like to share that from the ages of 15 to 26 i worked for/with skilled care developmentally dissabled children, aka "profoundly retarded" to use slightly outdated terminology. these children and adults did not have the luxury of speech at their disposal, so i had plenty of years to learn through on job training and experience about natural innocent body language, and their "tells". nonverbal communication is at the very least just as important as the spoken words, ie verbal communication.
i also know a fair deal about handwriting analysis, and what can be statistically determined from an individuals handwriting, and more importantly what can be learned about them from their signature alone. the amount of information a person puts into their signature is almost mindboggling. a lot of variables that mean a lot of things.
my teachers in this were my great uncle who who worked somewhere doing something (sorry), a book he left to my mother that has been out of print for decades, a girlfirend i had who worked in intel, and personal experineces with practicing this with friends and family over the past 21 years.
so as it stands now, there is what i know about language, briefly.
so, honestly, these are the conventional tools i bring to the table in this thread, and it's purpose.
i will be back later today.
[edit on 22-8-2010 by Esoteric Teacher]