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Subliminal Messages In Music????

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posted on Jul, 31 2011 @ 05:48 AM
I'd like to start by saying, I'm not entirely convinced by this, I'm just posting this to see if i can get any explanations or even additional info on subliminal messages in songs,

The song i'm talking about is by Take That, and yes i know how that sounds, A boy band singing about coming disasters, but it would be interesting to see what replies i got, i'd also like to add that if this "elite" is in power then this may be of some help in finding more stuff out about them, after all they supposed;y control the news and media.

So anyway, The song, "the Flood" has a line in it that is a pretty close resemblance to The whole nibiru, annunaki, side of things that follow with the Nibiru Conspiracy.

The Lyrics:
"Here we come now on a dark star, seeing demons, not what we are."

So the "Dark Star", isn't Nibiru Supposed to be a dead star or brown Dwarf,
The "demons" aren't the Annunaki Supposed to be demons/gods or what ever their referred to as, Their ment to be the Natives of Nibiru.

And the last bit of the Lyrics, "not What we are", Well we're Humans...Clearly, so anything that's not human is an Alien, or a different species of intelligent life.

Yes, I know i'll get a few raw comments on this, so please try and be civil, i don't buy this, i just thought it would be interesting to share this with you all.

I'd Also like to Add, That i know that this is only one song, and may just be a coincidence but when one is discovered a few more pop up, so let's see where this goes.
edit on 31/7/2011 by SkepticDan because: Missing Info

posted on Jul, 31 2011 @ 05:58 AM
I remember seeing a thread some time ago about the same song..
It's slightly a different point to yours, but funny it's the same song nonetheless..

posted on Jul, 31 2011 @ 06:06 AM
reply to post by Misterlondon

Yes, I can see what you mean, he talks of god and religion being involved in that song, not what i have stumbled across, but many thanks for pointing it out to me

posted on Jul, 31 2011 @ 06:24 AM
I strongly suggest researching backmasking. There are several people who have tried fairly hard to get it to be taken seriously, you can find interviews of them on youtube with a simple search.

It's fascinating stuff, got me into downloading Audacity - just so every once in a while I wanted to record and play things backwards, I was able to. Certainly found some strange stuff in music - as have many people.

This is great: When we are children just beginning to grasp the English language, we speak in "gurblegurble" talk. No one can understand us, and we get very frustrated because we're right on the cusp of finally communicating with people. --- Well, this guy recorded the speech of several young'ns and found that they were indeed speaking English. Only backwards. Our brain literally takes in language forwards AND backwards - meaning that both are taken in on a subconscious level - only the one we understand ((forwards)) is the one we are ever aware of.

This trick of recording voices and playing it backwards can literally allow one to find out if a person is telling the truth or not.

Anyway, I definitely suggest doing some more research this stuff - I feel that it is a natural anomaly that we need to take more seriously - as it very well could be a marketing/sociological weapon against us if we choose to ridicule the subject rather than entertain it.

Brings a whole new meaning to the theory that FOX news lowers your IQ - perhaps it's all of their brain-dead subliminal messages that they have been caught countless of times attempting to press onto the population.

posted on Jul, 31 2011 @ 08:22 AM
reply to post by SkepticDan


[color=CFECEC]1: inadequate to produce a sensation or a perception

2: existing or functioning below the threshold of consciousness

You are asking about a particular line, that apparently can be easily heard, in this particular song.

Is it subliminal?? Nope.

posted on Jul, 31 2011 @ 09:42 AM
reply to post by SkepticDan

I fail to see how anything you described could be considered subliminal. Allegorical? Symbolic? Representative? Perhaps. But subliminal? Nope.


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