Subliminal Messaging
You don't hear them
You don't see them
Yet they work!

Subliminal Messaging is targeted delivery of images, words, or sounds that go straight into the , bypassing the conscious mind entirely.

This kind of messaging has been prevalent in mainstream media since at least the 1950s. You just don’t know it or never consciously observed it because you’re not meant to.

In 1957, a Michigan-based social psychologist by the name of James Vicary revealed that he had actually carried out a research study that showed flashing pictures of a popular drink and popcorn revealed throughout a motion picture had actually affected the purchasing practices of customers who saw them.

Vicary is credited with creating the term subliminal marketing– a claim that triggered the United States Central Intelligence Agency to compose a report about this practice and triggered apparent subliminal advertisements to be prohibited from all marketing in the United States by 1958.

However, through a series of disclosures made by the US government under the Freedom of Information act, it was revealed that the US intelligence community had not only used, but further developed several subliminal messaging techniques for mind-control experiments.

Further, it is now a well known fact that throughout the 60s, 70s and 80s, the US government sanctioned several sonic experiments in a bid to weaponize subliminal messaging technology.

All this is sensationalist and interesting, but what got my attention was when I came across a book by Dr. Joe Dispenza that talked about Evolving the Brain. It led me down a deep and eventful journey into exploring the human mind and ultimately brought me to a series of thought experiments conducted by the US government back in the 80s.

Long story short, I came to realize that subliminal messaging has been used by various government agencies for various purposes and with various intentions (mostly dubious). So clearly subliminal messaging works.

My discovery of Oliver M. Lowry’s patent gave me the vision to help people change the limitations of their own subconscious beliefs. I wanted to use subliminal messaging technology in the right way, for the good of all and hence Brain OS was born.

Types of Subliminal Messaging

There are three distinct types of subliminal messaging.

  • Loud
  • Silent
  • Laser Guided

Loud Subliminal Messaging: You will notice this type of messaging everywhere if you started to pay attention. This kind of subliminal messaging is designed to hide in plain sight. It becomes imprinted in the subconscious mind due to the sheer repetition with which such subliminal messages are presented to us throughout the day.

In some cases, you will see an identical statement repeated over and over again in order to establish a belief in the subconscious mind. This form of subliminal messaging is highly effective en masse.

Example: News media across several channels using the same sentence over and over again when reporting a story. Over a period of time, those are the words people associate with that story.

Silent Subliminal Messaging: This particular type of subliminal messaging is highly specialised, complex to generate and can be weaponized. As the name suggests, silent subliminal messages are silent – they run in the background and while aren’t audible to you, are fully perceived and intercepted by the subconscious mind.

laser guided subliminal messaging by MITLaser Guided Subliminal Messages: This is a relatively new development (in the public domain). Recently a paper released by M.I.T stated that scientists in an MIT lab have successfully transmitted audio remotely to an individual over 18 feet distance using specially designed laser beams.

Is there any scientific evidence that it works?

Absolutely. There are hundreds of studies conducted over the years, but one that is of special interest to me.

Bornstein, R.F, Leone, D.R. and Galley, D.J. “The Generalizability of Subliminal Mere Exposure Effects: Influence of Stimuli Perceived Without Awareness on Social Behavior.” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1987):

In this study, spoken statements hidden by white noise at increasing volume levels were played to test subjects.

Stronger physiological reactions were observed in subjects exposed to the messages which were masked by loud white noise and inaudible (silent subliminal messages), than when the volume was actually lower and the messages were somewhat audible.

Research concluded that completely inaudible messages were capable of reaching the human mind, and of having a physiological effect.

Brain OS uses silent subliminal messaging technology based on the Lowry Patent and manually generated for each program used inside Brain OS.

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Dr. Bruce Lipton

We are not victims of anything other than the programs we are operating from – Dr. Bruce Lipton