The Commonwealth Games logo, the BBC, mnemonic circles and sigil magic
In a theory put forward by John and Bonnie Mitchell it is suggested that the swirling graphics used as intermissions and opening titles on television programmes are actually ‘sigil majic’ being performed on the audience through the use of mnemonic circles.
The general idea is that mnemonic circles subconsciously access deeper parts of the viewers memory. The patterns that are created when they begin to swirl may also be spelling out sigils that summon demons. They also have a hypnotic effect that makes the viewer more suggestible, or so the theory goes.
The logo for Glasgow 2014 appears to be another of these circles. So the BBC graphics
department must have been licking their lips when adding their techno-wizardry to the
production of the programming for the Games.
All they needed to do was create the hypnotic twists and twirls to embed the subliminal messages at regular intervals throughout the programming. You can see more of these circles in the intro if you look carefully at the pattern in the aerial shot of the dome.
Or is this being too cynical? Way too paranoid?
Would the BBC deliberately induce its audience into a hypnotic trance state so it can fire sigil magic at us through our tv screens when we have just innocently tuned in to watch the games?
Considering they employed master hypnotist and paedo-magickian Jimmy Savile for decades it does make you wonder. Incidentally, we have found evidence of these same mnemonics and blatant hypnotism masked as psychedelia being used in the earliest TOTP shows from 50 years ago with Savile even standing in front of one that resembles a black sun or chaos symbol in motion.
See for yourself in this clip from the Commonwealth Games here on iPlayer (UK or UK proxy users only). Take note at the very start the pattern in the dome for instance. A better example is the logo that flashes onto the screen at regular intervals though. .
Viewers are advised that some scenes may include sigil magic and hypnotism.
Update: Here is another classic example from the new Dr Who series intro. Note the same techniques are used whether the programming be drama, music, news or sports and covers the entire spectrum of the BBC mind control programme.
Mnemonic circles, bright flashes, countdowns, spirals, clocks and synchronized harmonics are all designed to hypnotize the viewer to more readily accept the programming.