We went on location in Birmingham City Centre, UK and looked at the rife Mind Control Advertisements that are everywhere, appealing to the subconcious mind of anyone that passes them…
Adverts in themselves aren’t necessarily a bad thing, it is the bigger picture behind them in this case that we are highlighting. As we walk around the city we have advert after advert that appeals sometimes to the conscious mind but mostly to the subconcious mind of a person, that then may have a subtle affect on the way people act or perceive themselves. They see an advert of the latest iphone saying “if you haven’t got an iphone, you haven’t got an iphone” or an advert of a beautiful woman or man with the ‘perfect’ figure and clothes etc. This is designed to make us go out and spend our well earned money on things that we probably don’t really need and therefore continue to feed the machine (the system) which makes us feel inadequate for looking or dressing a certain way.
We may go and purchase a gym membership because we feel we need to get the ‘perfect’ figure to fit in with what society dictates for example. It is multi-pronged and also designed to keep the masses feeling like they are not good enough and instead of searching for spiritual harmony within, many will seek materialistic harmony without, distracting us from who and what we really are.
The system is desperate to prevent us from ever waking up because it knows it is in trouble if we do, it would no longer be able to feed off us or our energy and we would no longer be locked into a reality that in most cases, doesn’t serve.
Shopping and adverts etc in themselves aren’t necessarily bad things (they can be used for good or bad), it is the deeper reason behind it. Basically these things have an affect on our minds and sometimes cause us to act or perceive ourselves in a certain way and we won’t always realise it. It’s time to free our minds…
Best Wishes always.
Michael & Sarah Feeley