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Subliminal Messaging and Predictive Programming: How They Work and Why Some People Are Immune

Published on October 11, 2016 by   ·   No Comments

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Daisy Luther

Today, just for fun, we’re going to go down the rabbit hole of how entertainment and the media manipulate people. Some of this is sheer speculation, some if it is provable fact, and all of it requires that you don your full array of tinfoil. If you want to go even deeper, this book will blow your mind.

This has been going on for decades.  These techniques are used to reduce resistance to upcoming tyranny, to change opinions of large groups of people and let them think it was their own idea, and to subtly program the brains of the masses while they think they’re just enjoying some entertainment.

The only good news in this article is that some of us are less susceptible to this type of manipulation. How do we become less susceptible? By understanding how it all works we build up sort of an immunity. We see when we are being subjected to these shenanigans a lot more readily and are able to say, “Hey – that’s not how I feel about this topic at all.”

What is predictive programming?

There have been tons of articles and almost as many theories about predictive programming. Predictive programming is when events are depicted in a movie or TV show that later come to pass.

You can search and come up with hundreds of hits for movies and shows ranging from the ‘Sandy Hook’ Map in Dark Knight Rises to The Simpsons Predicting the Ebola Outbreak and the Death of Prince. Oh – and the author of the Hunger Games trilogy, Suzanne Collins, lives in Sandy Hook and her books deal with child sacrifices…I’m just sayin’.

Weird, right?

At least sometimes, coincidences do happen. For example, in 1898 Morgan Robertson wrote a novel called Futility about a ship called the Titan that hit an iceberg on its maiden voyage. Fourteen years later the Titanic sank, after hitting an iceberg on its maiden voyage! You can read more about the similarities between the book and the real eventhere. Now, in this case, I really doubt that the author arranged for the White Star Line to commission a ship called the Titanic and then had it sink in mid-April after hitting an iceberg the first time it left port.

Other forms of predictive programming aren’t so clairvoyant or specific but are predictive in that they reflect a way of life.

So why would they do this?

It is proposed that by mimicking a change that is desired by those in power, resistance to that change can be minimized because people have seen it happen already. It’s easier for them to accept the change because it has been normalized through the media.

Here are a few examples from an article by The Coincidence Theorist:

  • Even a Futurama fan might have been subtly preconditioned to accept the concept of microchip implants.

The article goes on to link significant terror events like 9/11 and 7/7, as well as events like the moon landing. It’s a really great piece until you get to the conclusion and he says it’s all baloney, even after he provided a ton of interesting evidence to support the case of predictive programming as a tool of familiarization.

Read More HERE

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