OK, so I am at the check-out counter at the market...

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posted on May, 1 2013 @ 03:34 PM
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Very interesting and insightful of you. Those headlines certainly do have an effect on the worldwide consciousness.

I was explaining to a girlfriend of mine just last night how words effect the consciousness. A salesman uses certain words in order to get the desired result he wants. Another person selling the same thing may be 10x less effective at selling simply based on what words they use and how they use them in tandem with facial expressions, hand movements and other body language. Not to mention intonation, volume, speed, and any other variable the speaker can control.

The same thing works with reading words, whether handwritten or typed, the font or penmanship style along with punctuation, and other tools like italics, bold, etc, take the place of body language and intonation and volume.

Though spoken word, written word, and typed word are three distinctively different arts in their own right, there is always, of course, the common link: communication from one or more human beings to one or more OTHER human beings. It's mind control at its simplest form. And even body control in some ways. Think about it... You want a beer. Words form in your mind, your brain, and become sounds that come out of your mouth. These "fequencies" then enter the ears of your son or daughter or wife or husband.

It goes into their ears and gets stored in the brain. You have just altered someones brain. Because of that alteration in brain cells, caused by you, that person will most likely, at some point, walk into the kitchen, open the refrigerator, and bring you a beer. You entered a simple command into a living computer, the computer processed the information, and being that It's a living, sentient computer with free will, it has an extra step that regular non organic computers do not use.

It evaluated its options. Considered the benefit/consequence/risk involved with each choice, usually this happens very quickly because the data is so lopsided that its obvious that the best choice is to go and get your father mother husband wife a beer sometime within the next 5 minutes if possible. In ccases where the data is more even, it can take a long time or be impossible to truly come to a confident decision. Some decisions will be pondered over for the rest of ones life, trying to come to some sort of conclusion on whtehr or not the correct choice had been made. We try to tie up those loose ends because we USE past experiences to learn and so then know what the best choice will be the next time we are confronted with a similar situation.

Now, if you play around with the control options, you can see varied results... If you say it like "Honeybuns? My body is so sore from working all day, and I am SOOO thirsty... Would you mind getting me a beer from the fridge, pretty please?" and you combine it with the right expression, body language, tone of voice, etc, then you might get two beers, a foot and back massage, and a BJ.

If you say "Hey you...yeah you.Why don't you make yourself useful for once and grab me a brewski. I need to get buzzed if you're gonna expect me to climb on top of you again tonight... What? You're the one who refuses to lose weight so, unless you wanna pay for a viagra prescription, this is what I need. Besides, you could benefit from the calories you will burn, so why don't you make it snappy, huh? I wanna see you run, but don't shake my beer, so help me God!" That might elicit a "F___ you, a__hole!" And a kick in the balls. If its any of My girlfriends, that's how it would turn out. Oh and you'd also be single and looking for s New place to live lol...

Talking, writing, typing... It's all mind control. I can have a 75% chance of getting what I want from you. I just think of the result I want and work backwards and work out what would cause you to react in the way I want. It usually doesn't go exactly how I planned, so, improv, misdirection, etc is a must have skillset. I would make a good spy, but what I think I will do, is probably start a private investigator business. Then I have full control and can focus my efforts to work on the side of good. I have no problem lying to a liar and or criminal and or thief, etc...




posted on May, 1 2013 @ 03:35 PM
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Originally posted by GrantedBail
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I never really looked at it like that. Thanks for bringing that to my attention. Maybe, I am too stubborn and believe that I hold the only truth, and have little tolerance for those that may think differently.

Nah, I am still right.

Just kidding. No, really you made me think.

However, I believe truth does not have a bias. That fence is either red or it isn't. Just to break it down real simple.

Anyway. I am enjoying your imput.

Peace.


Your truth can't be my truth, nor can mine be yours. Truth can only be found from within. It's a density issue and I'll leave it at that.



posted on May, 1 2013 @ 04:09 PM
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Originally posted by GrantedBail
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It is not just tabloids. How many times have you heard those around repeat meme's that they have received from the msm??? It is about the saturation of information to those that don't have the time to take a look see.

Just this afternoon my dad was watching some bs cable news channel and they were still talking about the freakin landing gear from 9-11 being found after that was debunked days ago. WTH. People believe this stuff. That is the PROBLEM.


It's like Marxism....it goes underground for a while then pops up like little gophers in the spring, and a whole new crop of people think hey that's a novel idea...

now myself, when I was a youngling, I read one of those magazines and they were featuring a story about the Swine Flu. To this day I think Swine Flu is an evil govt hoax
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posted on May, 1 2013 @ 04:18 PM
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Your analogy is really funny. But of course a smart wife girlfriend hubby or whatever knows that too many beers can make a person go to sleep in the middle of the action.



posted on May, 1 2013 @ 07:24 PM
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There are some well known studies, even a technical term for it, just cant think of right now, about how people see the initial 'factoid' (er tabloid) and thats what sticks in their long term memory. Especially if they dont soon after challenge it via new work. Its been some years since I've looked at some of these studies, but its kind of freaky some of the other details and scenarios they've shown just how deep this concept goes.



posted on May, 1 2013 @ 10:10 PM
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They're better off for NOT getting their "News" from the television. I get what you're saying - but TV news isn't news, and hasn't been since basically the inception of the 24 hour news networks.





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