Ok this is beyond anything I have ever posted before as I dont usually go in for these sort of shenanigans with Subliminal mind control and that old
chestnut. I always put it down to people with over active imaginations who saw too much into things and were clasping at straws......That is untill
A little about me with regards to how my sight works. For whatever reason be in genetic or physiological my brain can pick up on very fast moving
object on tv and in movies. I first discovered this while watching a projected movie at a friends house that was using a DLP projector. I could see
what is knows as rainbows in the image.
Potential Problem with DLP: The Rainbow Effect If there is one single issue that people point to as a weakness in DLP, it is that the use of a
spinning colour wheel to modulate the image has the potential to produce a unique visible artifact on the screen that folks refer to as the "rainbow
effect," which is simply colours separating out in distinct red, green, and blue. Basically, at any given instant in time, the image on the screen is
either red, or green, or blue, and the technology relies upon your eyes not being able to detect the rapid changes from one to the other.
Unfortunately some people can.
Now it turns out its not common to see rainbows but everyone has the potential to see them if they know where to look or how to look.
So anyway getting back to the Title. I have an app on my smartphone called How stuff works. There are some excellent pod casts about great topics and
a heap of shows. one such show I like to entertain myself with is "stuff they dont want you to know" which is pretty much a show about "conspiracy"
theories. its a neatly packaged product which some might say is more tongue in cheek than conspiracy theory but if you dont take it too seriously it
can be mildly educational. Well I decided to lounge in this Sunday morning and watch a couple of shows on my phone. The first thing that caught my
"eye" was a 3 part show about one of (in my opinion) the most influential men of the 20th century Eddie Bernays, In a nut shell he was the nephew of
Sigmund Freud and is considered the Grandfather of public relations and propaganda, yeah thats kind of a big deal.
So having watched the first episode called Edward Bernays: Part 1 Of cigarettes and suffragettes, which is an amazing insight to his genius and how he
made it socially acceptable for women to smoke by linking smoking and liberty together. I moved on to the next video in the series called, Edward
Bernays, Part 2: How to Sell a War. which is where the fun started. I'll link to the video here
Edward Bernays, Part 2: How to Sell a War
If anybody know how to embed the video go right ahead its not You tube.
So Here I was watching this show when I noticed a flashing or flicker in between. I though I was seeing things and had to scroll back about 3 times
before I was convinced that there was something in between the frames. And low and behold at exactly 4:15 there is this image in between and right
where the voice over says " this isnt to say that Bernays was necessarily a bad man.."
this took me about 2 minutes to get the exact spot but you can see it scan past if you are watching it at normal speed. If you want to download all
the shows and watch them on your own player here is the link
Also immediately following what looks like the all seeing eye in a pyramid there is a flash of green. I dont know if this is to anchor the image in
your subconscious but I suspect its not there by accident. This happens at 4:18
And then you have a clip from what looks like government propaganda video promoting war that Bernays was hired to convince the public was a good idea,
showing an eagle draped in the American flag and then zooms into the eye of the eagle superimposed by the unfinished pyramid. keep in mind the eye of
Horus was a hawk, this happens at 4:29
The video itself is brightly colored and flashing again maybe trying to anchor the image into the subconscious.
Check out the video when you guys get a chance and would love to get some feedback on it.
I knew people in advertising like Coke used to do this stuff in the 60's 70's and 80's but I thought it was outlawed to use subliminal messaging in
broadcasts. Keep in mind that Discovery communications which produces the show and all the shows on the "How stuff works" site is global.
Edit to add: The time stamps I quoted are based on the downloaded episode NOT the one on the on the actual page. So the timing might be off a couple
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