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Re: How our perceptions are suspect to shaping.

Post by Capnmac » Fri Apr 09, 2010 4:34 pm

bayonetta wrote:The music industry is controled and has become another component....keep in mind these things surround us and can be applied to the first video of this thread....think about it..

mainstream music (so called) artist have sold out and are attaching their intent as a another component to maintaining control...the cast sybiology on their fans subconsciosness...and the kid immate without ever understanding


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Re: How our perceptions are suspect to shaping.

Post by Capnmac » Fri Apr 09, 2010 4:20 pm

bayonetta wrote:
Is there a general summary you're trying to put forward?



As chaotic as it might seem.....the post topic says it all, pertaining to what i'm attempting to explore....i'm intrested in veiwing all the components of the machine that keeps us enslaved ....enslaved to the point of hindering a stepping forward....but i choose to see with the eyes and hopfully the understanding that all that we're going through; here in this existence, is neccessary....taking it in and absorbing it in a way that alchemically it can be shape it into something that will allow growth instead of a spreading dispear.

The more you learn about our perceptions the more you realize that everything is nothing is everything. I guess that can make you mad as a hatter but for me it actually calms me when I get worked up about things. The problems with the world are only as big as you perceive them. thanks again for putting this all together, keep up the good fight

Re: How our perceptions are suspect to shaping.

Post by Bayonetta » Fri Apr 09, 2010 4:03 pm

Is there a general summary you're trying to put forward?



As chaotic as it might seem.....the post topic says it all, pertaining to what i'm attempting to explore....i'm intrested in veiwing all the components of the machine that keeps us enslaved ....enslaved to the point of hindering a stepping forward....but i choose to see with the eyes and hopfully the understanding that all that we're going through; here in this existence, is neccessary....taking it in and absorbing it in a way that alchemically it can be shape it into something that will allow growth instead of a spreading dispear.

Re: How our perceptions are suspect to shaping.

Post by Capnmac » Fri Apr 09, 2010 3:44 pm

spock wrote:[youtube]<object width="480" height="385"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/1iJG6qkeMxA&hl=en_US&fs=1&"></param><param name="allowFullScreen" value="true"></param><param name="allowscriptaccess" value="always"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/1iJG6qkeMxA&hl=en_US&fs=1&" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="always" allowfullscreen="true" width="480" height="385"></embed></object>[/youtube]

Spock that whole DVD is a trip. that particular part and the next segment with the ice crystals really had my head spinning!
@ bayonetta
I will definitely give all this info the careful attention it deserves. thank you for putting it all together. Is there a general summary you're trying to put forward?

Re: How our perceptions are suspect to shaping.

Post by Bayonetta » Fri Apr 09, 2010 3:24 pm

iwanci wrote:Love your depth of thinking Bayonetta..


thanks for that Iwanci....but i have only decided to observe myself..not special....to see what happens....like the video Spock posted....our existences seem somewhat the same...function the same.....bringing that thought to the front of the mind and not allowin it to slip back into the saturation of the distraction(the sleep).....

As observers....even sites like these become suspect....it's because one is taught not to see oneself and with that conditioning our true observers shape our reality just simply by placing the sight upon us as we try so desprately to see them....

Re: How our perceptions are suspect to shaping.

Post by Iwanci » Fri Apr 09, 2010 10:15 am

Love your depth of thinking Bayonetta..

Re: How our perceptions are suspect to shaping.

Post by Bayonetta » Fri Apr 09, 2010 8:45 am

This was funny until i realized it was so true...funny how the truth becomes funny...comedians speaking the truth in open forum for a laugh....shaping perception....i remember ay back when the movie industry had all the balck people dancing and singing....then the black man was usually the firt to die...and now they take leading black actors and twist a dress on them...


does something to the perception no matter how simple one thinks it is..

and now i turn on the television and press the button on the remote control and notice that 95 percent of the channels there are white faces....endlessly...adverts and all...not all but a significant number to apply that they hold the majority...Caucasian stories, humor, situations and perceptions all downloaded through the telivision now that we understand how the box works on the mind....what does that do to the perception of all other races in close proximity?....it shapes...

The system is known to us in the singularity form presented by the word itself....when are we going to start seeing the components that make it up....call them out and let them know you see.

Re: How our perceptions are suspect to shaping.

Post by Bayonetta » Tue Mar 30, 2010 5:23 am

perception...perception.. ... .

Re: How our perceptions are suspect to shaping.

Post by Bayonetta » Wed Mar 10, 2010 12:36 am

spock wrote:No agenda to that post. Extreme strangeness, more good stuff to wonder about. :cheers:


absolutely...

Re: How our perceptions are suspect to shaping.

Post by Bayonetta » Tue Mar 09, 2010 5:59 pm

The infuence of both Political and celebrity arenas over the populous are merged together in one effort......connected to the conditioning of generations subjected to a Prussian based educational system allows suggessions to be swayed in the way 'they' want things to manifest.

Celebraties have become apart of that inner circle as more of the music and movie industries are suspect to produce these magicians of influence......not all ....some still have the purity of their intent and use their gifts well.

example...

Political endorsements have a long and rich history in American politics. Endorsements by
politicians and interest groups, such as labor unions, business organizations and special interest groups
date back to the early 20th Century. Celebrity endorsements have a tradition nearly as long. Historians
trace the role of celebrities in politics to the 1920 presidential campaign of Warren Harding, who was
endorsed by numerous film stars, including Al Jolson, Lillian Russell, Douglas Fairbanks and Mary
Pickford (Morello, 2001). Many presidential campaigns since have involved celebrities. In 1960, John F.
Kennedy received the support of “Rat Pack” members including Sammy Davis Junior and Dean Martin
(Mortman, 2004). Warren Beatty was a prominent supporter and campaign strategist for George
McGovern and Ronald Reagan received support from a variety of celebrities including Frank Sinatra
(Lofton, 1999; Smart, 2004). Despite many political contests where celebrity endorsements have
occurred, there has been little effort to understand what effect these endorsements have on important
political outcomes.
Political candidates court those who may be willing to make endorsements, send out press
releases when endorsements occur, and often arrange their campaign schedules in order to appear with
endorsers considered particularly important or influential. While these actions demonstrate a belief by
candidates that endorsements are important, such endorsements are often accompanied by media
commentary that they have little effect on vote share (e.g. Memmot, 2008; Dinan, 2008; Moore, 2007;
Turque and Wagner, 2008). A frequently-cited example of the lack of an effect was Hillary Clinton
defeating Barack Obama in the 2008 Massachusetts Democratic Primary. Gary Younge, a columnist for
The Nation wrote, “[i]n this election cycle endorsements do not seem to have made the slightest
difference. Obama bagged support from Massachusetts Senators Ted Kennedy and John Kerry and
Governor Deval Patrick, only to lose the state by 15 percent” (Younge, 2008).
There are few academic studies documenting a clear link (or lack thereof) between endorsements
and voter behavior. According to Stratmann (2005) “[e]ndorsements represent another area of research
where little empirical work has been done … endorsements of candidates by the local media, celebrities
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or other political figures can have a direct or indirect effect on election outcomes.” Attempts to estimate
such a connection are hampered by the difficulty of finding an appropriate measure of an endorsement’s
impact. Endorsements commonly occur before any votes have been cast, making time series analysis
impossible to perform. Cross-sectional analysis of endorsements requires local measures of an endorser’s
ability to influence voters that are uncorrelated with any underlying level of support for the candidate.
However, potential measures such as interest groups’ memberships or political support for endorsing
politicians are based on political preferences that are likely to be correlated with the ex ante support for
the eventual endorsee.
Barack Obama announced he was running for election as President of the United States in
February 2007. Three months later he was endorsed by the talk show host Oprah Winfrey. Winfrey’s
ability to influence the actions of her supporters is impressive. As an example, Figure I contains sales
figures for two books included in Oprah’s Book Club: Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy and Love in the
Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. The sales of both books increased more than one hundred
times immediately after their selection. Polling evidence suggests that this effect on consumers’ decisions
may translate to politics. According to the Pew Research Center, 23% of Democrats said that Winfrey’s
endorsement would make them more likely to vote for Obama (Pew Research Center, 2007).
Winfrey’s endorsement of Obama provides a rare opportunity to examine the effect of celebrity
endorsements on political outcomes, primarily because there are geographically-varying indicators of
Winfrey’s popularity and influence that should be unrelated to political factors. She has a history of
endorsing commercial products, the most prominent being the books she recommends for Oprah’s Book
Club and the products she includes in her annual “Favorites List.” In this analysis, we use geographic
variation in the sales of books included in Oprah’s Book Club as a measure of the expected efficacy of the
endorsement. Winfrey also produces commercial goods whose attractiveness to consumers is intimately
connected to the degree to which they like her. O! – The Oprah Magazine (hereafter “Oprah Magazine”),
which features her on the cover of every issue, is the archetypical example of these products.


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