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Originally posted by Troofseeker
You know I just had a thought - could this be preparation for another Derren Brown special? (For non-UK users Brown is a British magician & mentalist who uses subliminal techniques VERY heavily.) He's also on Channel 4. He had a show called How To Control The Nation that featured subliminal messages www.youtube.com...
Maybe he's about to pull the same trick?
Originally posted by doctor j and inmate c5779
I don`t know a lot about this sort of thing but I would be more interested in what show was one rather than the commercials. Here`s why... I find it peculiar that there are 3 words in RED. Maybe these are trigger words for MKULTRA/Project Monarch patients, or a particular one. One they knew would watch this show. It was hidden in a nice sounding message because they know with live tv someone will catch it. Also notice the first word, the period is also RED. It is part of the message or code. Same with the last word, the question mark is red. There could be something specific to the programming that the period and question mark activate or start something. It makes the command more specific. That way there won`t be an accidental trigger when someone just happens to see those words in red. But if the period and question mark are in the right place, then the message will be understood by the brain meant to receive it. Again I don`t know anything about it but those are just my first thoughts. It may not be subliminal advertising, but subliminal mind control.
Originally posted by XXXN3O
reply to post by ALadInsane
Well spotted, I must say I rarely watch tv these days but the missus will ask me to sit with her and watch at times. I have been noticing that there is actually quite a lot of this now, ITV is a channel that is bad for it as well.
Keep your eyes peeled and you will see what I mean, some of it is very subtle, normally it is quickly flashed between adverts.
Im not quite sure what to make of the message behind this but the red text makes me think this is some form of trigger word for something.
I have looked everywhere for something I wanted to post but everything I had read about it is gone from the net now but I had read about the effects of logos on television a few years back that suggested that if you pay attention to news logos, program logos such as dancing on ice etc you will notice that they flash then have a highlighting effect moving across the words. I cannot remember the term for this but it was pretty convincing when it came to it explaining how this induces a trance state in viewers. Turn on the tv and you can see what I am talking about much better.
edit on 9-3-2011 by XXXN3O because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by ALadInsane
My initial thoughts were it was residue from something else, whether it be a TV show or another advert that just somehow glitched it's way onto TV.
Originally posted by SirKnightE
Are you zooo? from another site??
This same thing was mentioned on another comedy website in England
Heres the LINKedit on 9-3-2011 by SirKnightE because: (no reason given)
Also, I do engineering for FOX, and I deal alot with commercial insert breaks. If television programming is similar in England as it is here, it is not uncommon to have a flash of an unfinished commercial pop-up.
During programming whether its live or syndacated local television companies or given capabilites to insert there own commercial spots, thats why you only get local ads for where you live. If the timming is off from other your provider or the network, often either the actuall program might be cut a second or two short, or maybe the local ad insertion. Next time you watch some live event on FOX Sports, check out the commercial section and see where the breaks are cut into... Its more than likly one of my co workers missed a button pushed to enable ad insertion at the cable site.edit on 9-3-2011 by SirKnightE because: (no reason given)