probably off topic but there are something in Islam which I wonder why its not allowed, for example, playing music. I know this guy who played the violent growing up mashallah he is a genius! and I know many others as well who played an instrument and it seemed to have a positive correlations in terms of his intelligence...However I am sure that what God prescribes is for the better so I'll just leave it at that.
Playing a musical instrument does NOT make a man intelligent. Pfft.... It's just that intelligent people tend to have the knack of learning other languages - including the language of music.
I invented a language myself when I was a kid to keep my br. from reading my diaries.. problem is I lost the key to its alphabet and couldn't later read what I wrote.. and glad of it anyway because I wouldn't want to read anything I wrote as a kid or a teenager ugh.. teenagers disgust me.. pls. don't gang up on me those of you who are teenagers on board.. I feel disgust indiscriminately and am myself an acquired taste..
Text without context is pretext If your opponent is of choleric temperament, seek to irritate him
I think these types of instances should be done away as a coincidence. Also, I agree with bluebll, does subliminal messaging really work?
I am very skeptical about this particular case and think it's just a coincidence.
However, subliminal messages do work. I've learnt about subliminal messages from my friends/acquaintances who work in advertising industry and market research and retail industry.
The people who work in those industries do use subliminal messages to help push people to remember/associate their products in a certain way and to buy them.
i saw that in the arrivals, along with other stuff which just repulses the mind when you think about your kids,
worse still, it was shown to me by a kid under 10 when i went to fix their pc.
dunno what it means though, is it possible that the brain holds a snapshot in the memory which is de-constructed in such a way that it can see the parts in the subconsciousness but we don't see it in the conscious part? therefore being subconsciously desensitized to such images,
same with the backtracking.
that's the only plausible answer i can think of, as it wouldn't make any sense except for the fact that i know they do use it.
In a word, yes... and to add to that, kids learn "visually". Ever seen kids imitate grown ups? Ofcourse we have, they implement/imitate that which their "subconscious" picks up and that's where the influence shows. Nothing sort of a type of black magic. Symbology is important for the same reason.
Wait for part two of The Sacirifices to release and you'll be shocked... gimme a couple weeks bro. Almost finished doing the cell animations, then it's "render" time.
woah I didn't know that! Why are subliminal messages always included when it is played reversed?? Also, I use to sing this when I was a kid.. and in music class. How did you figure it out!? Do you have a subliminal message software detector or smthing?
Also how did this thread go from here:
Please Make Dua' For Samiun..
“Whoever records a biography of a believer, it is as though he has brought him or her back to life.” - Imam Al-Sakhawi
Progression... LOL, nature of forums. I guess the thread is still ontopic - since we're still talking "subliminals"...
...As for the nature of my find, I can't take credit for this. It was being discussed here: http://www.wup-forum.com/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=4385 as you can see, the topic is an old one, I only chanced upon the thread yesterday... So I went thru it and saw that the video in question had been removed by the youtube user, and was left perplexed and curious as to it's content. And me, well, I couldn't just let it pass so I decided to conduct the experiments myself, both - the playback and backtrack of the song from a random pick off youtube, and my own voice with the verse in question, again - playback and backtracked...
I found this very interesting. I have always been interesting about the ethnography matters like background of old stories and nursery rhymes. Most I have read about them from my country and language but many of them have some international background too.
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