posted on Dec, 16 2012 @ 05:42 PM
reply to post by ThinkingCap
I came into the conspiracy would though studying mind control, the programing of children through films like Fantasia and Alice in Wonderland was the
bulk of my research. I see this film as a potential for mind control use.
I'm not saying your a victim of mind control after watching this, most people here have a skeptic mind and can sort the imagery from the emotion. the
problem is that if a trained programer wanted he could use his influence to split or alter the victims mind by combining subliminal imagery with
reinforced visual and audio. for example.
Potential mind control use. (8:25 where the graphic insert is)
"Agent Tentet?(not sure his name) will you please take your seat." This phrase could be used as a trigger phrase for the programer to keep his or
her victim in submission. The agent calmly sits back down in submission to the criminal. The coincidental placement of the masked person with a knife
pointing at a bloody faceless person is a way of embedding or associating the importance of submission. The programer might use a mild shock to
achieve the physical association. this is a critical point in the film where the power is reversed.
Emotions are powerful, and easily manipulated. As stated in this thread that the heart beat and background noise built anxiety. fear is a quick
emotion, while most who choose to watch this are less effected by such fear tactics It does not prevent some one with an agenda to use this on a much
weaker person as a tool for manipulation.
I don't know what the intent of the film maker was, he could be like the OP said just expressing his art, I might agree as the slipping in of the
graphic insert was fairly obvious. Or its a propaganda film designed to program conspiracy minded individual to ....... ? I haven watched the rest of
it so I don't know the end game.
I see though a pattern for a programer to start programing his victim.
by the way I appreciate the art and the concept of how the conspiracy information is acquired. I get the artistic nature of how the convict is in the
middle and the two agents are in a position to form a pyramid. The male agent is our reactive mind set and the female agent is our contemplative
reason mindset. He makes that contrast clear and is well done.