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Boob Subliminal Messages Really Work?

Post by alexanderdebrahan » Sat Aug 03, 2019 7:52 am

The CIA has banned words such as, "OBEY" and psychotropic over-stimulation in advertising mass-media such as the television. However savoy marketers have found a way to of course work this subtle command into their pieces. The CIA themselves have a report done in the 1960's that states, "...subliminal messages in marketing have shown to be more effective than traditional non-subliminal messages." Bottom line, subliminal marketing works better than non-subliminal marketing.

Following this line of thought down the rabbit hole we'll find all sorts of soft-sell subliminals all the way down shock-trauma and fear inducing marketing to sway the mass-mind and public opinion. The increasing decline in morality in the general population makes keeps raising the bar on what will shock an audience...

COKE, Pepsi, McDonalds, DISNEY, (all of Hollywood for that matter) are all provacaters of this technology. These are mutli-million dollar mega corporations and we should not turn a blind-eye to something 1) BANNED by the government, 2) Continually used by Billion-dollar public and privately owned corporations.

Personally, I have experimented with subliminal marketing with mixed results. Symbols, words, NLP commands, etc., that evoke a sexual feeling, convey authority, or outright attempt to tranceout the reader and put suggestions directly into the consciousness.

I'd love to hear some people's thoughts and thesis' on this line of thought... subliminal messaging.

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Re: Boob Subliminal Messages Really Work?

Post by uppityvug » Sat Aug 03, 2019 7:54 am

alexanderdebrahan wrote:
Sat Aug 03, 2019 7:52 am
The CIA has banned words such as, "OBEY" and psychotropic over-stimulation in advertising mass-media such as the television. However savoy marketers have found a way to of course work this subtle command into their pieces. The CIA themselves have a report done in the 1960's that states, "...subliminal messages in marketing have shown to be more effective than traditional non-subliminal messages." Bottom line, subliminal marketing works better than non-subliminal marketing.

Following this line of thought down the rabbit hole we'll find all sorts of soft-sell subliminals all the way down shock-trauma and fear inducing marketing to sway the mass-mind and public opinion. The increasing decline in morality in the general population makes keeps raising the bar on what will shock an audience...

COKE, Pepsi, McDonalds, DISNEY, (all of Hollywood for that matter) are all provacaters of this technology. These are mutli-million dollar mega corporations and we should not turn a blind-eye to something 1) BANNED by the government, 2) Continually used by Billion-dollar public and privately owned corporations.

Personally, I have experimented with subliminal marketing with mixed results. Symbols, words, NLP commands, etc., that evoke a sexual feeling, convey authority, or outright attempt to tranceout the reader and put suggestions directly into the consciousness.

I'd love to hear some people's thoughts and thesis' on this line of thought... subliminal messaging.
Let me rephrase, in 1974 the US government banned subliminal advertising in commercials because based on CIA research of human behavior modification via subliminal messaging.

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Re: Boob Subliminal Messages Really Work?

Post by danielhowell » Sat Aug 03, 2019 7:54 am

"In recently released classified documents, now available under The Freedom Of Information Act, we see just how deeply involved and thorough the CIA were in researching the effectiveness of subliminal messages as a means of brain-washing.

Under intense pressure from investigative journalists and Congressional Investigators, the CIA were forced to release a wide variety of documents which included some previous year's copies of their internal journal "Studies in Intelligence". In a 1958 journal CIA investigators reported their initial findings into subliminal persuasion in a report frighteningly titled "The Operational Potential of Subliminal Perception".

In the excellent book by Martin A. Lee, a former agent with the CIA who remains unnamed tells of the CIA's commitment to investigate whether or not subliminal messages could be used to influence the outcome of a political campaign. They were especially interested in using of subliminals in this way on television and radio.

In a January 17th 1958 declassified document, the CIA stated that it might be possible to include a subliminal message such as Obey' in their subliminal projection and added that subliminal messages had achieved success in commercial advertisements!"

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Re: Boob Subliminal Messages Really Work?

Post by johnpketchum12 » Sat Aug 03, 2019 7:54 am

Stupid Disney, Coke, Pespsi.... buying into the CIA hype. They all should have just bought the $30 book, "50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology".... the CIA could have saved millions just reading that book! Sheesh, to think!

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Re: Boob Subliminal Messages Really Work?

Post by ultrasoundutility » Sat Aug 03, 2019 7:55 am

An accountant ran an ad in his local newspaper for years. One time he included a picture of a woman in a bikini without making any reference to it in the ad. Response jumped dramatically.

On Facebook, ads with smiling pictures of pretty, young women increase response.

Fact is, both men and women are more likely to respond to an ad that's accompanied by these type of pictures.

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Re: Boob Subliminal Messages Really Work?

Post by vehicularenchanted » Sat Aug 03, 2019 7:57 am

Subliminal meanings blew the sh*t out of me! But I think this some kind of a strategy and attract traffic to desire product they wanted to promote! I saw websites that has subliminal meaning in their banner etc. That looks weird. If you want to know more details please visit here InnerJam

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Re: Boob Subliminal Messages Really Work?

Post by alexanderdebrahan » Sat Aug 03, 2019 7:58 am

An interesting book written from a wary point of view is called "Coercion - Why We Listen to What "They" Say" by Douglas Rushkoff. It extends far beyond marketing (such as the 1980's CIA psychwar manual used in Central American conflicts, based on (among other things), tribal superstitions). The book takes a close look at how subconscious manipulation is used in society today. It's used in many areas people don't often think about, such as floor plans in malls and casinos, designed to make us lose our bearings.

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Re: Boob Subliminal Messages Really Work?

Post by uppityvug » Sat Aug 03, 2019 7:59 am

This is an interesting ongoing debate, and one that has passionate arguments on both sides of the fence. And passionate people, of course, can find "evidence" to support whatever position they are in favor of.

First we'd have to define exactly what the OP is referring to as "subliminal messaging." And as Zentech pointed out, that's not the same thing as subconscious marketing, as used in well-known books like Ca$hvertising, The Brain Audit, Cialdini's books, and Brainfluence. It even applies to books like The Irresistible Offer, which isn't overtly about subconscious marketing, but uses many of the same principles.

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