posted on Nov, 3 2012 @ 11:56 AM
I totally believe it - although I cannot hear it so well myself, since medications caused me to lose the hearing in one ear a few years back.
Strange, yesterday, I was sitting on my bed after a long, hard week, and I decided to watch TV to relax - suddenly, I realized that it was like a
tractor beam had taken over my brain, I was just sitting there totally unaware of anything but the TV, like hypnotized - noticed it when I turned
away, I was like, "WOW" - what the? I also notice that it can be hard to turn it off, once it is on, it's like something tells you to keep feeding
on it, flipping channels, looking for more more more. I'm afraid to turn the thing on any more. I don't watch 90% of the movies being put out
because of what they are doing with them nowadays, or maybe more than 90%. I also got rid of all the extra cable channels, just have a few basic
ones, and even then very few shows are worth viewing. I mostly gravitate toward futuristic type shows, myself, sci-fi related, fantasy, etc. My
friend and I are both conservative, and she has a large collection of movies that are family-friendly, and has been loaning them to me. I find that
when I watch them, it doesn't have that "hypnotic" effect, like it isn't trying to assault my mind - they are mostly produced by conservative
production companies and the story lines are realistic, but more along a positive line, which I prefer.