It does not just stop with clothing/shop items, there are also song lyrics and other medias which are trying to hint at something, for example for superheroes, Batman V Superman just came out (at least where I am currently living) and Kung Fu Panda 3. (I went to see zoopolis/zootopia a few days ago and it was epic! The message at the start where her parents say explicitly "give up on your dreams" made me smile, not frown) So I would advise going to the popcorn counter and going to see a few movies and listening for key lines of life lessons or really embracing the concepts and pretending that they are real to see how you are moved by the latest films mentally(spiritually)
I am waiting for Apocalypse: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfBVIHgQbYk
This word, apocalypse, can also have the meaning "a disclosure of knowledge" - it is not just of the end of the world. Feel free to search the word and it'll come straight up on google. I love X-Men, my heart pounds and I just really feel free and beautiful when I watch fantasy. There has been too many false warnings of the apocalypse, people casting fear that the world is going to end, but it is not! No, have hope, keep hope that something better will happen instead <3 and that ironically the bad guys are the ones to be afraid of their world ending, and not ours ;)
I have also been taking almost daily cutting outs of the newspapers. I noticed that car adverts all had meanings inside of their large picture advertisements. In UK newspapers there have been almost daily articles about space/sci-fi/airplanes/nice-pictures-of-scenery/animals/the environment/politics/war. This has been increasing till I've almost just sometimes ripped out the whole newspaper or whole pages after page of subliminals/pre-disclosure signs! My favourite newspaper for this was The Independant but it recently went to iPads only so I can no longer scrap-book it. This is also a positive sign because it means that they are changing and also saving a lot of trees. Imagine a world without newspapers, or even books, not carrying around a rucksack of mashed up sliced tree to school...
I prefer to listen to the nightcore versions of songs rather than the 'normal' pitched versions (nightcore is just sped up music and it sounds higher pitched because both the tempo and pitch is affected) but as I was adjusting the sound settings on my windows vista laptop, I saw that in the sounds settings you can also change the pitch of sounds permanently by: Sound > (highlight speakers then) Properties > Enhancement > Pitch Shift. So now I could make playlists of music that both myself and other people can enjoy differently and without having to mess with two versions.
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