Binging on NETFLIX and Prime Video or playing video games the entire day will have a negative impact on mental and physical health and well-being. It may seem nothing on binging NETFLIX and Prime Video or playing video games for a few hours straight, but little did you know that your sensory cortex and body’s nervous system, including your brain chemicals are altering without you aware of it.
In 1925 a mechanical television was produced at a flicker rate of 18 frames per second. The screen was only 3 inches big. After experiments on brainwaves and mind control, the television was created as a mind control device, as it connects to the subconscious.
A patent was approved in 2003 to manipulate the human nervous system and mental behavior through Electromagnetic Radiation.
YES. US patent 6506148 B2 confirms human nervous system manipulation through your computer and TV.
The invention of television involved the contributions of several inventors and scientists over a period of time. However, the credit for the first practical demonstration of television as an electronic system is generally given to Philo Farnsworth.
Philo Farnsworth, an American inventor, is known for his work in developing the electronic television system. He achieved a major milestone on September 7, 1927, when he successfully transmitted the first image using his electronic television system. Farnsworth’s invention used an electronic scanning mechanism to capture and reproduce images, which laid the foundation for modern television technology.
It’s worth noting that there were other inventors who made significant contributions to the development of television. For instance, John Logie Baird, a Scottish inventor, demonstrated a mechanical television system in the early 1920s. Vladimir Zworykin, a Russian-American engineer, also played a crucial role in the development of television with his invention of the iconoscope, an early electronic television camera.
Television technology continued to evolve and improve over the years, leading to the creation of the first commercially available televisions in the late 1920s and early 1930s. Since then, television has become an integral part of our daily lives and has undergone numerous advancements in terms of picture quality, broadcasting standards, and display technologies.
Flicker Rate Hypnosis
Flicker rates between 15 and 30 frames per second put subjects into a light trance and change their brain waves from beta to alpha. The more you watch, the deeper you go. First Alpha, then Theta, then Delta. Delta is a VERY DEEP subconscious level and this is when you are HIGHLY suggestable.
The flicker rate of a television refers to the speed at which images on a television screen are refreshed or updated. In traditional cathode ray tube (CRT) televisions, the images were created by rapidly scanning an electron beam across the screen, which created a flickering effect. Modern liquid crystal display (LCD) and light-emitting diode (LED) televisions use different technologies but still have a refresh rate that determines how often the image is updated.
Now, let’s address the concept of subliminal messaging. Advertisers have been cashing in on this subliminal programming ability to make you want to buy their goods. Subliminal messages are stimuli that are presented below the threshold of conscious awareness, meaning they are not consciously perceived by the viewer. The idea behind subliminal messaging is that these messages may bypass the conscious mind and directly influence the subconscious, potentially affecting people’s thoughts, feelings, or behaviors.
The use of subliminal messaging in advertising became a topic of interest in the 1950s and 1960s. There were claims that advertisers were embedding hidden messages in advertisements and films to manipulate consumers’ choices and behaviors. One famous example often cited is the notion that an image or word related to popcorn was briefly flashed during movie screenings, leading to an increase in popcorn sales.
Due to concerns about the potential for manipulation, many countries, including the United States, have implemented regulations regarding its use in advertising. In the US, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has prohibited the use of subliminal messages in broadcasting since 1974.
Controlling Human Behaviour
During World War II, Nazi Germany Spent time and money studying the human psyche. They were developing television technology and figuring out how to use it as a weapon against the population. In 1936 they showed the Berlin Olympics to the population on 28 different viewing platforms 40 inches wide. Which was huge for 1936. They were able to study the effects of the broadcast on the masses and refine the flicker rate for the best trance state. Project Paperclip brought these scientists to America where they continued their research into mind control.
1n 1928, Thomas Edison was working on a spirit phone to tap into the frequency of the dead. I am unaware if he succeeded or not but the fact remains, he thought it was possible. One of the inventors of the cathode ray tube (CRT) also thought the frequencies could communicate with spirit.
Cathode Ray Tube
One key figure in the invention of the CRT is Karl Ferdinand Braun, a German physicist and inventor. Braun is credited with inventing the cathode ray tube oscilloscope, which was a significant advancement in the development of CRT technology.
However, it’s important to note that the CRT itself was an evolution of earlier work by several other inventors. The basic principles and components of the CRT were built upon the earlier work of scientists such as Julius Plücker, William Crookes, and Ferdinand von Roentgen.
Julius Plücker, a German mathematician and physicist, conducted experiments in the mid-19th century that involved the discharge of electricity in partially evacuated glass tubes. His work laid the foundation for the understanding of cathode rays, which are streams of electrons emitted from the negatively charged electrode (cathode) in such tubes.
William Crookes, an English physicist, further investigated cathode rays and made significant contributions to the development of vacuum tubes in the late 19th century. His experiments with cathode ray tubes, known as Crookes tubes, helped advance the understanding of electron beams and their behavior.
Ferdinand von Roentgen, a German physicist, discovered X-rays in 1895 while experimenting with cathode ray tubes. His work with cathode rays and the subsequent discovery of X-rays had a profound impact on various fields, including medicine and imaging technologies.
In a 1977 Senate meeting, MK-Ultra was discussed and the CIA questioned about their 144 projects. Seven of these projects were dedicated to hypnosis and multiple patents for manipulating the human nervous system to be able to control behavior.
How Television Works
- Flicker rates put you into a trance
- Imagery- the brain is bombarded with a quick set of images than it would see in real life and it can’t consciously keep up, so processing of the images is left to the subconscious
- Harmonics- Frequency can be both audible and beyond the capacity of the human ear. It is known that sound can rearrange our molecules- it’s called cymatics
- Disassociation- When the mind experiences a trauma (Movie, show, or video game violence) a part of our brain steps aside so other information can be put in. The “Wide eye stare” is a common feature of victims. Trauma induces stillness and the eyes glaze over.
If we, as a collective, were to turn our TVs off, all things satanic would come to a screeching halt. We can only be controlled if we let them in. So the solution is to NOT let them in and turn off the tube.
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