The Story of Television
Television became available in experimental forms in the late 1920’s, and After World War II, an improved form of black-and-white TV broadcasting became popular in the United States and Britain. In 1927 an American scientist, Philo Farnsworth made the first electronic television system and filed a patent for it that same year. His camera tube design was known as the image Dissector. Like Nikola Tesla, he was ahead of his time. At just 14-year-old, he had already established the basic principles of electric television.
Farnsworth`s invention was intended by its creator to educate people through cultural and sports programs, to bring more understanding to the world of the sheer beauty of our different cultures, habits and beliefs, in order to settle world problems and bring people together.
According to his wife, Pem Farnsworth, Philo saw television as a marvelous teaching tool.
There would be no excuse for illiteracy. Parents could learn along with their children. News and sporting events could be seen as they were happening in real time and we would be able to see and learn about people in other countries and lands all over the world. Differences could be settled around conference tables, without going to war.
Unfortunately, the television was swiftly used for other purposes that certainly did not comply with those of its inventor. People were not being educated through his invention, nor had the world’s problems been settled because of it.
Sadly, according to his son Kent, Farnsworth felt that he had created a monster and he felt that people wasted too much of their lives watching television.
He was reported to have prohibited the viewing of his very own invention in his own home, saying: “There’s nothing worthwhile on it, and we are not going to watch it in this household, and I don’t want it in your intellectual diet.”
Sadly, Farnsworth died on March 11th 1971 without seeing the realization of his innovative invention used in the way he had both intended or envisaged.
Farnsworth`s device is now being used to control the perceptions of billions of people all over the entire planet.
Walter Lippmann, (author of the book “Public Opinion,” of 1922), stated (almost a hundred years ago), “People get their information about the world outside their community through the mass media,” he continued to state, “Ours is a problem in which deception has become organized and strong: where Truth is poisoned at its source, one in which the skill of the shrewdest brains is devoted to misleading a bewildered people.”
Victor Navasky famously stated: “It is based largely on journalism that we make up our national mind”
Speaking of the invention of the Television, a former member of the CIA described it as, “The Greatest Scientific Indoctrination Tool ever devised.”
Today, people watch television for dozens of hours each week. It can be said, that it has been and still continues to be, one of the most trusted means of communication and form of entertainment. But what if you discovered that the very source of information you were introduced to as a small child and had learned to love, was above all, a means to controlling your perception, your views, your choices, your emotions and consequently, your behavior.
The Global Mainstream Media still today, is merely one of many tools used strategically for priming people`s perceptions, if you believe that the television is a reliable source of truth and a means of harmless entertainment, you are deluding yourself.
What if, that source was a hidden means to controlling the way YOU visualize, perceive, or predict and even conduct your life without you even knowing it, pulling you into a web of lies, manipulating your everyday life.
The very device that every household learned to love and adore for family gatherings the world over, has been and is to this day a means for influencing public opinion on government issues, for political influence, economic control, agenda setting, personal profiling and opinion shaping, thus controlling our very perceptions through psychological tactics such as: Heuristic Availability, Priming, Framing, Stereotype Activation, Exemplification and of course, Subliminal programming as a means for mind control.
“Never watch the television. It becomes YOU and you become IT.”
Ever notice that the root of the very word GOVERNMENT actually means, “To Govern the Mind.”? Mente means Mind in Italian. Most of our language is based on Latin and Greek but think of the phrase, “All roads lead to Rome,” interesting that “Tele,” in Italian, means “WEB.”
“TELEVISION,” is EXACTLY what it says it is, a very “Web of lies,” and we have been played like a pawn in a chess game
(our language is riddled with hidden meaning, but maybe I`ll save that for another video…)
The advancement of technology has made it very easy to control people`s perceptions, whether you realize it or not, you are being manipulated through predictive programming, through mainstream news, the tv shows and the movies you watch, the newspapers you read, the apps you have on your phone and the music you listen to.
Ideas are subtly imbedded into your subconscious mind, controlling your thoughts, and consequently your choices, actions and behaviors that always result in an emotion. This makes you vulnerable and more willing to comply and accept that which is to come and is otherwise known as “Agenda Setting.”
By targeting people`s perception, the media focus on events set only to distract the population paving the way for what is to come in favor of the agenda set by the Global Elite.
Subliminal messages are pieces of information that our mind receives without consciously knowing it, so we can’t block them out.
When we learn new things, we do that by repeating the process until it gets imprinted in our unconscious, so that we can use that knowledge when we need it.
In this process however, our conscious mind chooses which information it will keep – if it finds them to be useful or true, it will store them in the unconscious; if it doesn’t, it won’t store them. This is why it’s so difficult to change our own self beliefs: these concepts are stored within us for a long time, and our conscious mind believes them to be true.
Subliminal messages can be sent to the unconscious in two different ways: Visual and Auditory. Visual subliminal messages are hidden in images or in video recordings, like movies, and TV shows. Auditory messages can literally be placed in any audio recording.
Subliminal messages are most often used in adverts, using subtle hints or hidden messages. Most subliminal messages are of sexual nature, as sexual desire is one of the strongest human desires. The purpose of this message is that a customer who sees the image, associates themselves with the primal desire of sex and of course, that they can’t resist the urge to eat the candy or drink the soda.
For those of you that don`t already know, look up subliminal messages in Walt Disney movies, and other cartoon shows. (yep that ruined my childhood too). These subliminal messages can be found everywhere, you just need to open your eyes.
In these images for example, you can find the word “sex” when you connect the dots or stack them together.
Subliminal messages in video are used by inserting a single frame with a duration of a fragment of a second – too quick for your conscious mind to pick up on it, but no worries, your sub conscious absolutely did.
In audio recordings, subliminal messages are most often hidden in music, cleverly masked behind other sounds, sometimes at a higher or lower frequency so that you can`t pick up on it.
When the frequency of the audio message is moved slightly out range of human hearing, you can’t hear it at all – this is the so called “pure subliminal”, and it is the most effective way to use subliminal messages.
Most of you will know how subliminal messages have been and are continued to be, “actively used” by the media and giant tv corporations.
A classic example of this, continues to puzzle the public for its, “Prophetic and creepily accurate,” stories. Know who I`m talking about yet? Yep you guessed it, “The Simpsons.”
The Simpsons” had many moments in their episodes that manifested into reality. In a world where truth can often be stranger than fiction, the writers of the Simpsons seem to really be good at predicting future events.
One of the most popular predictions would have to be predicting that Donald Trump would be president of the United States. The Simpsons aired an episode in the year 2000 that Trump would become president and this became true in the year 2016.
In this episode, you can see trump headed down the escalator, as you can see side by side in real life. Watch closely as a Trump supporter drops her support card at about the exact same time as in the Simpsons episode. Very interesting indeed.
How do we suppose its creator Matt Groening quite accurately appears to be predicting world events? Time traveler? Free masonry? I`ll leave it up to you to work out.
If Western Culture was supposedly built around ideals of individuality and talk of freedom, the question is, just how free are we to make our own choices?
Once you have learnt to see past the veil that has been placed over our eyes for so long, you may start to note the many ways in which we have all been and are continued to be manipulated on a global scale.
The beginning of all Faith lies in the wisdom that all men possess a supreme capacity to exercise free will, even in the face of adversity.
INITIUM UT ESSET HOMO CREATUS EST
THAT A BEGINNING BE MADE, MAN WAS CREATED
The miracle of every man lies in the innate knowledge of the existence of a dormant version of the self, hidden within the depths of his own being.
Always Remember, KNOWLEDGE IS POWER, APPLIED KNOWLEDGE IS FREEDOM. The truth will always surface.
The Availability Heuristic, also known as Availability Bias, is a mental shortcut that relies on immediate examples that come to a given person’s mind when evaluating a specific topic, concept, method or decision.
“Priming,” is the concept that when people see, hear, or read about something, other ideas in their memory are then activated for a short time afterwards. Connections to these related ideas are activated whether or not the individual believes them, provided that they already exist in the person’s associative network.
Framing refers to a set of concepts and theoretical perspectives on how individuals, groups, and societies organize, perceive, and communicate about reality. It is based on the assumption that how an issue is characterized in the news can have an influence on how it is understood by audiences.
Many studies have shown that political viewpoints on crime and other race-related political issues, can be linked to the ability of the news to prime its viewers Through the selection and framing of news and opinion, the media are crucial to establishing the range of criteria for constructing, debating and resolving social issues.
Journalists use exemplars by people who are concerned or interested in an issue, as a ploy to “illustrate assertions about the state or urgency of particular social problems” In the mass media, exemplars and their distribution can exert a clear influence on the way its viewers think about facts and issues and consequently the judgments they make.