This subliminal information is stored in your brain and capable of influencing your judgment, behavior and attitudes.The use of subliminal techniques in print communication media has been going on in the United States at least since the World War I period.For example, Norman Rockwell's first cover on The Saturday Evening Post during 1917 incorporated embedded SEXes.
Serious commercial experiments with subliminal messaging were conducted in the mid 50-s.
On June 22, 1956, the British Broadcasting Corporation experimented with projecting subliminal images on television.
Pictures were flashed on the screen too quickly to be seen consciously, but they did make an impression on the subconscious.
The BBC experiment was followed by experiments by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Mexico's Televisa commercial TV and radio network, US TV station WTWO in Bangor and many more. In 1958, radio station WAAF in Chicago broadcast "subaudible" commercials.
Seattle's KOL broadcast hardly audible taped messages "below" the music played by its disc jockeys. " was one, and "Someone's at the door" was another.
On December 8, 1972, The New York Times reported that In-Flight Motion Pictures, Inc.
would begin selling subliminal commercials embedded in the movies they would distribute to all the major airlines.
Subliminal perception is a deliberate process created by communication technicians, whereby you receive and respond to information and instructions without being aware of it.
Messages in the form of printed words, pictures or voices presented either very rapidly or very obscurely bypass your conscious awareness.