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How twisted is this? I hope it's not for real..

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    http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_102803.html Alien abduction hypnotisers deny planting subliminal ads A US firm that promises to hypnotize people to make
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 2, 2000
      http://www.ananova.com/news/story/sm_102803.html
      Alien abduction hypnotisers deny planting subliminal ads

      A US firm that promises to hypnotize people to make them think they have been
      abduted by aliens has been accused of planting subliminal adverts in their
      customer's minds at the same time.

      Alien Abductions Inc promises to provide "personalised, realistic memories of
      the alien abduction that you have been waiting for your entire life".

      But its team of '"doctors, hypnotists and memory implant technicians" have
      been accused of implanting paid-for adverts for companies.

      Abductees are then said to be magnetically drawn to use the advertised
      products thanks to the subliminal messages implanted in their brains.

      Adverts implanted are said to include two for firms who sponsor AAI's website.

      The company is denying "advertising implantation" for profit but admits it
      has implanted certain ads that "increase the effectiveness" of the experience.

      "We have implanted customers with the desire to visit the Bug Jar (in
      Rochester, NY) not because of any monetary arrangement, but because as "Your
      Bar on Earth," the atmosphere at the Bug Jar works to enhance the Abduction
      Experience," the firm says on its website.

      "Likewise, the compulsion to seek out and promote the work of certain design
      firms, such as Bullet Graphics (also of Rochester), is implanted because
      these firms incorporate special "trigger images" into their work."

      AAI offers personally customized abductions, including "interspecies
      breeding," medical experimentation and alien sex fantasies.

      A statement from the company says: "Making people believe that they've been
      abducted by aliens is more than just a business to us ... it's our way of
      giving something back to the world."

      It says: "Thousands of individuals are abducted by extraterrestrial beings
      each year" and goes on to add: "So why wait?"
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