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NatureisMad wrote:Well, I'll be totally honest & state that I have never really thought that there was too much to the Chemtrail subliminals. But, more & more, I am wondering if there is something to it. I know that the spraying is bound to show up in media from the late 1990's & beyond.
Chem11 wrote:Several years ago I had a rather disturbing nightmare regarding what would come to be known as 'chemtrails' and the possible purpose behind them. Wihtout divulging the contents on this 'dream' I set out to elicit responses from others regarding the framework of their nightvisions involving CT's.
What I eventually found was quite amazing.
Below is a brief analysis, and a link to the thread from which it was ripped:
"I saw people being taken into underground system via some type of rail cars. These people were actually tricked in a way, in that they were led to believe they were headed somewhere else, when in fact the plan all along was to herd them for some kind of use, against their will. They were somehow tricked into heading to airports where they were subsequently herded underground somehow." - Prism11
" I look around us and see we are in a chained-link, fenced-in area with other USA citizens and we are standing in line, like in shock... WE WERE TRICKED....SOMEHOW WE WERE ALL TRICKED INTO THIS CAMP. "- Windy
"As best as I can say, somehow I felt like we were being "held"- Exit Misery
"I don't remember very many details about the dream just three words stand out in my mind. Those were: Chemtrails, Military, and New World Order."- Catnip57
"These people were sent on the trams underground on diverted rails to a place where chain link fence formed perimeters. People were fenced in, and led to believe they were being cared for in process."- Prism11
The above excerpts are all from posters relating their dreams and visions regarding the chemtrail phenomena. I had the idea to elicit this information after considering the implications of an exceptionally lucid and perplexing dream that I had immediatley prior to the onset of the chemtrail operation. This occurred sometime in early '98...
I am in downtown Seattle. There are anamolous aircraft overhead, dispersing equally anamolous contrails. People are in a panic. I try and find out what is going on and someone tells me that the city is being evacuated. Some type of emergency is taking place.
Now I'm standing in line, waiting to board what appears to be a TRAM or subway car of some type. There is a deep unease among the people here. Something is very wrong with this picture. I am also keenly aware that I feel drugged- dizzy, unfocused and generally stupified.
But I know that this is a one-way ride. I'm also aware that we are being carefully watched. There are no military or police in uniform visible, but they are here... in plainclothes.
A man in front of me is scanning the crowd. He carefully removes a handgun from his jacket. He turns to me and smiles.
Then he puts the gun to his head.. and pulls the trigger.
The distraction forces the plainclothes personnel to show their hand. The gun falls to my feet as they rush in.
I'm going to stop there. Suffice to say, this particular group of people never boards the tram.
I have never related the contents of this dream to anyone. Ever. Yet we have at least two other participants, Windy and Prism11, who have related the exact same vision, even down to the details of the trams and the awareness of being tricked onto them through some sort of orchestated emergency. In additon, Exit Misery and Catnip57 have expressed roughly similar themes in their narratives.
It is impossible to dismiss the importance of this occurrence. Three people have shared one dream down to the the most minute and improbable details. Five of us appear to be on the same page in regards to the overall theme.
None of us have espoused a "New World Order" agenda in the past. We are simply relating the contents of these remarkable visions to the best of our abilities. All, with the exception of myself, without knowing why this information was being elicited...
http://pub8.ezboard.com/fchemtrailschem ... 4187.topic
jeffb wrote:Re: Sean Penn knows the truth
I had the same thought as you when that scene appeared, workersworld, and I actually came here to create the "Into the Wild" thread that I've just discovered you've already made.
I believe you are 100% correct, and that Sean Penn knows about chemtrails....
Please watch the movie. The instant the narrator says "poisons", the scene switches to a sky with five chemtrails being laid simultaneously. There is nothing else in the shot. Blue sky; white trails; "poisons" being spoken. To say Sean Penn was "making a code" is an accurate euphemism, there is no other interpretation in my mind; Sean Penn is revealing that he knows about chemtrails.
No longer To Be Poisoned By Civilisation
He Flees And Walks Alone Upon
The Land To Become
Lost In The Wild
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The world's largest advertising agency, founded 1923 by Raymond Rubicam and John Orr Young. A subsidiary of WPP Group since 2000.
It wasn’t always this way. Not so long ago, before marketing became a branch of psychology, branding and advertising were simply ways to publicize and identify one’s products....
While Burnett and his disciples were building brand myths, another school of advertisers was busy learning about its audience. Back in the 1920s, Raymond Rubicam, who eventually founded the agency Young and Rubicam, thought it might be interesting to hire a pollster named Dr. Gallup from Northwestern University to see what could be gleaned about consumers from a little market research. The advertising industry’s version of cultural anthropology, or demographics, was born.
Like the public-relations experts who study their target populations in order to manipulate them later, marketers began conducting polls, market surveys, and focus groups on the segments of the population they hoped to influence. And to draw clear, clean lines between demographic groups, researchers must almost always base distinctions on four factors: race, age, ***, and wages. Demographic research is reductionist by design. I once consulted to an FM radio station whose station manager wanted to know, “Who is our listener?” Asking such a question reduces an entire listenership down to one fictional person. It’s possible that no single individual will ever match the “customer profile” meant to apply to all customers, which is why so much targeted marketing often borders on classist, racist, and sexist pandering.
Billboards for most menthol cigarettes, for example, picture African-Americans because, according to demographic research, black people prefer them to regular cigarettes. Microsoft chose Rolling Stones songs to launch Windows 95, a product targeted at wealthy baby boomers. “The Women’s Global Challenge” was an advertising-industry-created Olympics for women, with no purpose other than to market to active females....
To be fair to Key, advertisers have left themselves open to suspicion by relegating their work to the abstract world of the image and then targeting consumer psychology so deliberately. According to research by the Roper Organization in 1992, fifty-seven percent of American consumers still believe that subliminal advertising is practiced on a regular basis, and only one in twelve think it “almost never” happens. To protect themselves from the techniques they believe are being used against them, the advertising audience has adopted a stance of cynical suspicion.
To combat our increasing awareness and suspicion of demographic targeting, marketers have developed a more camouflaged form of categorization based on psychological profiles instead of race and age. Jim Schroer, the executive director of new marketing strategy at Ford explains his abandonment of broad-demographic targeting: “It’s smarter to think about emotions and attitudes, which all go under the term ‘psychographics’—those things that can transcend demographic groups.”4 Instead, he now appeals to what he calls “consumers’ images of themselves.”
Unlike broad demographics, the psychographic is developed using more narrowly structured qualitative-analysis techniques, like focus groups, in-depth interviews, and even home surveillance. Marketing analysts observe the behaviors of volunteer subjects, ask questions, and try to draw causal links between feelings, self-image, and purchases.
A company called Strategic Directions Group provides just such analysis of the human psyche. In their study of the car-buying habits of the “forty-plus baby boomers and their elders,” they sought to define the main psychological predilections that human beings in this age group have regarding car purchases. Although they began with a demographic subset of the overall population, their analysis led them to segment the group into psychographic types.....
Psychographic targeting is more effective than demographic targeting because it reaches for an individual customer more directly—like a fly fisherman who sets bait and jiggles his rod in a prescribed pattern for a particular kind of fish. It’s as if a marketing campaign has singled you out and recognizes your core values and aspirations, without having lumped you into a racial or economic stereotype....
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