Perhaps, for a total waste of time manifesting these creepy mind control, hidden meanings, and symbolisms that's been persistently revealed subliminally throughout this whole blogging thing that I've started (with a great acknowledgement to the particular sites as my references) I just came to the realization that I wasn't able to expound how those things (subliminal messages and mind control) work
silly me!, good thing my brother asked me once.
Yet, with a touch of illuminati agenda - I'd unfold those faces, brands/companies/industries who/that were integrated/incorporated with this mind control scheme, well, anyway, I really have to be brave enough (just like the V.com) and expose all of those just so we know... the main concern ---you!
I made a little researched which I hopelessly hope that this article would be helpful...T_T So, step by step we'll dig the main course of action how the mind control works, and why it surefire hits the viewer's mind...
Mass Media such as the televisions, movies, radio, books, magazines, and etc. are media forms designed to reach the largest audience possible. Yet, this is the most powerful tool used by the ruling class (or the elite) to manipulate the masses. It shapes and molds opinions and attitudes and defines what is normal and acceptable. In the past century, a lot of studies have been conducted to measure the effects of the mass media on the population in order to discover the best techniques to influence it. And so from those studies emerged the science of communications, which is used in marketing, public relations and politics.
THE STANDARDIZATION OF HUMAN THOUGHTS
The merger of media companies in the last decades generated a small oligarch of media conglomerates. These conglomerates have the power to create in the minds of the people a single and cohesive world view, engendering a "standardization of human thought." The owners of those conglomerates have close ties with the world's elite (illuminati) and, in many ways, they ARE the ELITE.
Even movements or styles that are considered marginal are, in fact, extensions of mainstream thinking. Mass media produce their own rebels who definitely look the part but are still part of the establishment and do not question any of it. Artists, creations and ideas that do not fit the mainstream way of thinking are mercilessly rejected and forgotten by the conglomerates, which in turn makes them virtually disappear from society itself. However, ideas that are deemed to be valid and desirable to be accepted by society are skillfully marketed to the masses in order to make them become self-evident form.
A single piece of media often does not have a lasting effect on the human psyche. Mass media, however, by its omnipresent nature, creates a living environment we evolve in on a daily basis. It defines the norm and excludes the undesirable. Basic.
One of the reasons mass media successfully influences society is due to the extensive amount of research on cognitive sciences and human nature that has been applied to it.
"Publicity is the deliberate attempt to manage the public's perception of a subject. The subjects of publicity include people (e.g. politicians and performing artists) goods and services, organizations of all kinds, and works of art or entertainment."
The drive to sell products and ideas to the masses has lead to an unprecedented amount of research on human behavior and on the human psyche. Cognitive sciences, psychology, sociology, semiotics, linguistics and other related fields were and still are extensively researched through well-funded studies.
The result of those studies are applied to advertisements, movies, music videos and other media in order to make them as influential as possible. In high-budget cultural products, a video is never "just a video", images symbols and meanings are strategically places in order to generate a desired effect. e.g. Secrecy behind Gaga’s “Alejandro”
"It is with knowledge of the human being, his tendencies, his desires, his needs, his psychic mechanisms, his automatisms as well as knowledge of social psychology and analytical psychology that propaganda refines its techniques." - Propaganda, Jacques Ellul
Today's propaganda almost never uses rational or logical arguments. It directly taps into a human's most primal needs and instincts in order to generate an emotional and irrational response. e.g. Babies and children are constantly found in advertisements targeting women for a specific reason: studies have shown that images of children trigger in women an instinctual need to nurture, to care and to protect, ultimately leading to a sympathetic bias towards the advertisement.
(creepy! baby and cigarettes?)
Sex is ubiquitous in mass media, as it draws and keeps the viewer's attention. It directly connects to our animal need (lust) to breed and to reproduce, and when triggered, this instinct can instantly overshadow any other rational thoughts in our brain.
So, what if the messages described above were able to reach directly the viewer's subconscious mind, without the viewers even realizing what is happening? That is the goal of subliminal perception. The phrase subliminal advertising was coined in 1957 by the U.S. market researcher James Vicary, who said that he could get moviegoers to "drink Coca-cola" and " eat popcorn" by flashing those messages on screen for a short time that viewers were unaware.
"Subliminal perception is a deliberate process created by communications technicians, by which you receive and respond to information and instructions without being consciously aware of the instructions" - Steve Jacobson, Mind Control in the United States
This technique is often used in marketing and we all know that SEX SELLS!
Although some sources claim that subliminal advertising is ineffective or even an urban myth, the documented usage of this technique in mass media proves that creators believe in its powers. Recent studies have also proven its effectiveness, especially when the message is negative.
A famous example of subliminal messaging in political communications is in George Bush's advertisement against Al Gore in 2000 click and focus on 0:24
You'll see that right after the name of Gore is mentioned, the word "bureaucrats" ---"rats"---flashes on the screen for a split second.
The discovery of this trickery caused quite a stir and, even if there are no laws against subliminal messaging in the U.S. the advertisement was taken off the air...
The Numbing Down
In the past, when changes were imposed on populations, they would take to the streets, protest and even riot. The main reason for this clash was due to the fact that the change was clearly announced by the rulers and understood by the crowd. Today, when the elite needs a part of its agenda to be accepted by the public, it is done through desensitization. The agenda, which might go against the public best interests, is slowly, gradually and repetitively introduced to the world through movies (by involving it within the plot), music videos (which make it cool and sexy) or the news (who present it as a solution to today's problems).
After several years of exposing the masses to a particular agenda, the elite openly presents the concept the world and, due to mental programming, it is greeted with general indifference and is passively accepted. This technique originates from psychotherapy.
Predictive programming is often found in the science fiction genre. It presents a specific image of the future - the one that is desired by the elite - and ultimately becomes in the minds of men an inevitability. A decade ago, the public was being desensitized to wars against the Arab world. Today, the population is gradually being exposed to the existence of mind control, of transhumanism and of an Illuminati elite. Emerging from the shadows, those concepts are now everywhere in popular culture.
As their ideas continues, it is increasingly apparent that an ignorant population is not an obstacle that the rulers must deal with. An ignorant population does not know its rights, does not seek a greater understanding of issues and does not question authorities. It simply follows trend. Popular culture caters to and nurtures ignorance by continually serving up brain-numbing entertainment and spotlighting degenerate celebreties to be idolized.
Now, if you might thinking how you could help the society - you could actually help by just simply STOP BUYING THEIR SH*TS AND READ a BOOK (BIBLE)