Tuesday, January 28, 2020

DISCLOSURE: Television Scientifically Proven to be a Tool of Hypnosis/Subliminal Control; Confirmed by US Patents

"TV rots your brains." We've all likely heard this cliche stated numerous times over the years in one form or another. Some of us may believe this phrase was simply used by parents to peel their kids away from the television to do their chores. And in many cases, we may be right. However, what if there were more to this age-old truism?

Does there exist actual scientific evidence to validate the claim that TV can be detrimental to the brain and overall health? As a matter of fact, there is.

Most of us are quite familiar with the concept of hypnosis—that being the ability of the mind to accept subconscious suggestions while in a relaxed state. (Of course, this is different from the dramatic version of hypnosis popularized by dated entertainment.) We may also know that every time we turn on the TV and allow ourselves to become lost in its various programs, we are allowing ourselves to be placed into a hypnotic state. Even still, it's commonly assumed that television poses no hazard to our overall health and well-being. However, according to numerous scientific studies, that assumption is unfortunately false.

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Here is an in-depth discussion by Psych Mechanics about TV programming and how this medium uses hypnotic suggestion to actually cause us to accept thoughts, feelings, and ideas against our better judgment.

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Source: Psych Mechanics

Published: March 27, 2015

By: Hanan Parvez

Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery. None but ourselves can free our minds.

– Bob Marley

Think about it: Will I be exaggerating if I say that a part of your behavior and personality is shaped by the things that you see on the screen? Definitely not! It is naive to think that television is a harmless pastime activity that doesn’t affect your psyche in any way.

Every thinking person knows that anything you expose your mind to, affects it. Your psyche is continually being shaped by all kinds of information that you receive from your environment and that includes television.

Television is one the most effective hypnotic tools out there. It can have a huge influence on the way you think, the beliefs that you hold and consequently how your life turns out. Your subconscious mind, which carries all your memories and beliefs and makes you who you are, is directly programmed by watching television.

The Flicker-Induced Hypnotic State

Your mind slips into the hypnotic trance state within seconds of watching TV. This lowers your brainwaves to a lower ‘alpha state’ commonly associated with meditation and deep relaxation. This is believed to be caused by the screen flicker and explains why you feel sleepy while watching TV.

Under this state of trance, your subconscious mind becomes highly suggestible and whatever information you receive from the TV becomes part of your memory pool. Since beliefs are nothing but memories, this information has the tendency to alter your beliefs or form new ones when it seeps into your subconscious mind. You might think the remote is in your hand and you’re watching the programs but, in truth, you are the one who is getting programmed.

Impaired Conscious Filtering

Freeing your mind is all about finding out what beliefs you are holding in your subconscious, bringing them to consciousness and then eliminating the ones that have no compelling evidence or any basis in reality.

Our conscious mind is a security guard that ensures only information that we already believe in is allowed into the subconscious mind so that our pre-existing beliefs get strengthened. It has the tendency to reject any information that does not match our pre-existing belief systems.

The natural consequence of a hypnotic trance state is that your conscious filters are turned off and you are unable to critically analyze the information that you are receiving. Moreover, when you watch TV you are not able to do any thinking because information is bombarded continuously into your mind. You get no time to process what you are watching. Your conscious mind is eliminated from the equation and the information that you receive continues to become part of your belief system.

Compare this to reading where you can stop, think and reflect after each line that you read. You, the reader, sets the pace while you are reading and not the book. TV, on the other hand, keeps on pouring information like wine into the glass of your unconscious mind and before you know it, you are already drunk.

And that’s what you see all around you- people intoxicated with the thoughts of other people who never give sobriety a chance by reflecting on their drunkenness.

How TV Influences Us

How many times have you done something just because you saw someone doing it on TV? We are hard-wired to copy those around us. This was especially important during childhood when our survival depends much on how well we copied actions that others around us did such as eating for instance.

I’ve said before that our entire childhood was essentially a period of hypnosis. We picked up beliefs from all over the place because our conscious faculty was not fully developed. We did not have the ability to question our beliefs and actions.

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We saw Superman flying, got a Superman dress and tried to take off from the balcony. We saw wrestling on TV and fought with pillows in the living room, tearing the poor cottony things apart. We saw our favorite gun-carrying heroes and were shooting imaginary aliens in [our] courtyard.

This is strong proof of the fact that our subconscious mind cannot differentiate between things that we see on the screen and reality. That’s why we believed all that we saw on TV when we were kids and tried to copy what we saw.

But some people just never grow out of it. Sure you can’t do anything to convince your subconscious mind that what you see on TV isn’t real, just like you can’t be ‘not-scared’ while watching a really scary horror movie alone in the night. But what you can do is bring your conscious mind into the equation and only accept that information which agrees with your common sense and reason.

Millions of people are daily getting programmed by the stuff they watch on TV. They might not try to take off from the balcony but their life is a good reflection of what they see on the screen. Find out what TV programs a person watches and you can know a lot about what kind of a person he is.

Millions of people are trying to live the fictional lives they see being portrayed in the films, many are identifying with their favorite celebrities and copying them and countless others are daily accepting the versions of reality their news channels present them with.

Read more at: PsychMechanics.com

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"Our subconscious mind cannot differentiate between things that we see on the screen and reality." This statement reveals the extent to which the media can affect the general public. Considering how distorted, misleading, and manipulative news and entertainment have become over the years, this lack of ability of the brain to discern between fact and fiction can pose a significant hazard to our health and our society as a whole.

In addition to what we have learned from Psych Mechanics, there is an aspect of screen-based entertainment that presents an even greater health hazard and compromise to our free will. Not only this, but upon learning the details of these facts, we realize that the effects of screen-based manipulation are not only harmful but that there are actual U.S. patents which utilize these hazardous effects for the specific purpose of public manipulation.

The following abstract comes from U.S. Patent US6506148B2 and is entitled, "Nervous System Manipulation by Electromagnetic Fields from Monitors." This patent is one of several which employ a technique called neurostimulation and involves using electromagnetic signals through screen-based devices to influence the physiology of audience members without their knowledge.


Physiological effects have been observed in a human subject in response to stimulation of the skin with weak electromagnetic fields that are pulsed with certain frequencies near ½ Hz or 2.4 Hz, such as to excite a sensory resonance. Many computer monitors and TV tubes, when displaying pulsed images, emit pulsed electromagnetic fields of sufficient amplitudes to cause such excitation. It is therefore possible to manipulate the nervous system of a subject by pulsing images displayed on a nearby computer monitor or TV set. For the latter, the image pulsing may be embedded in the program material, or it may be overlaid by modulating a video stream, either as an RF signal or as a video signal. The image displayed on a computer monitor may be pulsed effectively by a simple computer program. For certain monitors, pulsed electromagnetic fields capable of exciting sensory resonances in nearby subjects may be generated even as the displayed images are pulsed with subliminal intensity.

This patent goes on to describe how nearly any electromagnetic message can be piggybacked onto screen-based media in order to produce untold effects on audience members. When we combine the real possibilities of such patents with the above disclosures regarding hypnosis, we begin to realize that our TVs, computers, smartphones, and other technologies may have much more influence on our lives than we originally thought.

We realize that these devices can be easily used to manipulate and coerce the unsuspecting public into thinking, feeling, and behaving in ways they would not otherwise think, feel, or behave. We could be manipulated into feeling fear and anxiety about a supposed disaster or pandemic the media claims to be imminent. We might be sold on the idea that our lives would not be complete without accepting a certain product, opinion, or worldview. And we could be coerced into rejecting people, opportunities, and other influences that would otherwise be beneficial to us all due to the manipulative influences of screen-based media.

There is no telling what level of manipulation may be possible through neurostimulation technology. In fact, it may be that much of the strange and unhinged behavior we've seen in 2018 to 2020 within the general public can actually be partially explained by this screen-based manipulation.

It's clear that our society is now heavily dependent upon technology. This can either be a benign or a harmful standard, depending upon how we view our technology. If the people of a society remain grounded, self-aware, and responsible as individuals, the assistance of certain technologies may be a helpful addition to that society. However, if the society is hyper-dependent upon their technology, in that they trust what they see on a flat-screen or smartphone more than their own powers of reason and observation, this can create a rather volatile situation.

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Further, if a society has a lower level of self-awareness, the people within it will be more susceptible to subconscious manipulation. And in this society, the technologies we have discussed can be most detrimental to human health and well-being.

Of course, if the various media sources we frequent through these technologies were perfect in their accuracy, honesty, and intention, then we would have nothing to worry about with regard to their true motives. However, according to extensive professional and independent research, these media corporations are all but pure in their motivations.

According to some of the most credible professionals who either currently or who have formerly worked within Big Media, the news and programming produced by large media corporations is mostly propagandistic in nature. Because of this, TV and other screen-based media can actually have a greater impact on the thoughts, emotions, and opinions of the average person than their own process of decision-making.

News and entertainment can be gateways for some of the most insidious forms of propaganda. And yet, many people take such information at face value without a single thought that they might be receiving untrue or distorted information. When we combine this blind, child-like trust with the potential of the various media and news sources to manipulate, we begin to understand the potential use of the manipulative technologies we just discussed.

Vast technological ability, nearly endless potential for manipulation, combined with the naivete and ignorance of the public can together pose a significant risk to the integrity of our world society. This is why it is imperative for each of us to be aware of the motives and intentions of those who produce our news and entertainment as well as the technologies they use to distribute their content. After all, why hold a patent on the manipulation of human behavior through technology without the intent to use it?
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