Have you ever tried to track down something you saw on TV as a kid, just to see if it was even real? Many of us are occasionally haunted by snippets
of movies and shows we vaguely remember watching when we were children. We may wonder if these memories ever really happened, or if they were dreams.
Especially when the memories seem incredibly bizarre! Having grown up in the 70s, I caught a LOT of psychedelic stuff on TV as a kid that I’ve
become obsessed with tracking down as an adult. Why? Discovering forgotten moments from our youth is the closest thing we have to time travel. We get
to relive an experience we had and to see what actually happened. Sometimes, we may even be shocked to find that the story from way back then provides
an answer to our lives now.
This is my first time making a thread so I am a tad nervous. This site can be intimidating for a newbie! If this is in the wrong forum I apologize.
I happen to catch a Saturday morning cartoon today, and boy was the content surprising. Because I had just woken up, a detailed description eludes me
but I remember the jest of it.
It appeared to be about two factions opposing each other (good Vs evil), the "evil" race being some form of mechanical/alien species. The "good" race
being humans, some who had began integrating bio mechanical parts into their body to keep up with the other race.
I sat watching this cartoon for roughly 20 minutes in a state of awe. The content seemed complex for such a young age to be "ingesting" into their
mind. Later this afternoon I went to a blog of sorts I follow and found his newest article. The link will be supplied at the end (hopefully I will
figure out how to link a source properly), I find it to be a fairly entertaining and informative blog if you are into this kind of thing. I highly
suggest reading the full article if you have the time.
It is quite ironic we call them "programs" because if you think about it, that is exactly what these shows are doing to developing minds. They would
have a direct impact on the subconscious/consciousness of a child's cognitive development. Obviously this could be a positive or negative influence,
but that would all be relative. It is safe to say it has an influence no doubt, even with us as adults but maybe not as severe of an impact.
I am excited after reading this article to go back and watch some of the cartoons I grew up watching, if only to see the real message that was
delivered to me at that time.
The guy describes his blog as "The meaning of life according to some guy who likes TV and stuff". I believe a good majority of ATS members would enjoy
much of his content. He covers a broad range of topics, for instance here is a quote from another article.
We are living through some pretty dark times. The economy continues to be horrendous with the middle class going through the toughest challenges
it’s ever had to face. To make matters worse, natural disasters are becoming more powerful and frequent than ever before, the uprisings in the
Middle East are bringing unprecedented instability to the region, and if these “end of days” scenarios weren’t enough, the Maya, Nostradamus,
and others all actually predicted the end of the world in 2012.
Please be gentle!
I messed up the links, trying to fix this now. Sorry!
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