Tuesday, 4 October 2016


The St Trinian's tribes.

When you read about 'convent school girls', previous experience prepares you to expect 'St Trinians'.

When you hear about a terror event, previous experience prepares you to expect 'mad Moslems'.

When you enter Angelina Jolie's house, you expect to meet a lot of children.

Moshe Bar.

Professor Moshe Bar is a neuroscientist who studies such things.

Moshe Bar (neuroscientist) - Wikipedia.

If you haven't read about mind-controlled politicians, you may not be able to recognise them on TV.

If you don't know what a 'false flag' is, you may not be able to recognise one.

Is this girl Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Buddhist or Moslem?

Moshe Bar's research group investigates how the brain uses prior knowledge to generate predictions and guide understanding.

According to Moshe Bar we only consciously recognise an object once our unconscious mind has calculated its importance.

Its importance is based on what our senses and emotional reaction are saying.

 If a ghost appears, you won't see it, unless your unconscious mind believes in ghosts.

Do we all notice the poor and the handicapped?

Moshe Bar says: "At any moment we are aware of just a tiny fragment of all that is around us."

This video may actually make Trump more popular. Many voters are recretly sexually aroused by the idea of child abuse?

"The common thread seems to be emotion," says Moshe Bar

"If it gets your heart racing it will get your attention."

Your Hidden Censor: What Your Mind Will Not Let You See.

She's Moslem. She lives in Buitenzorg.

If evidence appears that bin Laden is Jewish, we won't take that evidence on board, unless we are open minded.

"Our unconscious mind is riddled with stereotypes and biases," writes Moshe Bar.

Your Hidden Censor: What Your Mind Will Not Let You See .

This video is from the biggest Moslem country in the world.

According to Moshe Bar, our mood is directly linked to how open-minded or how narrow-minded we are.

Be open minded, if you want to be happy.

A cognitive neuroscience hypothesis of mood and depression.


Do we believe the actor who says he impersonated a Russian mercenary in Syria for a Sky News Report?

It depends on your unconscious mind.

Are these people friendly hospitable Moslems?

"They are among the finest people I have ever met."

Moshe Bar is director of the Gonda Multidisciplinary Brain Research Center in Israel. He is associate professor in psychiatry and radiology at Harvard Medical School.

He is associate professor in psychiatry and neuroscience at Massachusetts General Hospital. He directs the Cognitive Neuroscience Laboratory at the Athinoula A. Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging.[1]

1 comment:

  1. yes ... Buitenzorg / Bogor, Java, Indonesia ... people there very often so warm & lovely ... & aware of the beauty of nature as it remains around them (despite Jakarta-connecting sprawl) ... & of the spirits of their ancestors going back to the old days

    as was long said of the Ottoman & later Turks, in Indonesia 'they wear their Islam lightly' (no Ottoman emperor ever went on Hajj to Mecca, tho it was in his own domain)

    maybe the 'wearing religion lightly' is a very key good thing

    my friends from Java island say tho, that some of their fellow local Moslems are becoming more fundamentalist, they sometimes say more 'arabised', more women's veils being seen, Javanese men in middle-eastern robes ... Some friends from Turkey say the same thing about Anatolia, the older more easy-going religious style is being squeezed

    what is prominently visible of the Abrahamic religions seems to be getting pushed to more fundamentalist varieties, e.g., Christians in the USA & Jews in Israel as well

    But in South-East Asia it seems easier to feel how nice things were & can be