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I have no idea what the hell this children show is about but this is one of the most most fucked up intros i've seen

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LSD for children.
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You only just noticed this? It's been on tv for years. But yeah, it's freaky. No wonder kids are daft.
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thats fucked up, especially when the pedoblob aliens come out

wtf?

seriously what was wrong with thundercats and he-man and those types of shows lol

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You only just noticed this? It's been on tv for years. But yeah, it's freaky. No wonder kids are daft.
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Yep only just noticed it and I am rather glad lol
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You only just noticed this? It's been on tv for years. But yeah, it's freaky. No wonder kids are daft.
 Quoting: Shoot-Straight Johnny


Yep only just noticed it and I am rather glad lol
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It's 'supposed' to be just bouncy colorful visual distractions for basically just infants and young toddlers.

...But it's actually stupid shit that more than likely breeds ADD.

Might as well set your little one down in front of a spinning pinwheel or glue kaleidoscopes to their eyes while playing carnival music.

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This is actually a really good TV show for newborns up to 3 years old. I used to watch it with my daughter when she was little.

Babies need sensory stimulation for their brains to develop. This show has NO violence in it, so it is perfect for very small children. The show uses lots of colors, movement, sound effects and happy energy to help stimulate babies' brains.

The show also discusses family-relationships. It introduces humans in the show by the names of such people as Granny, Grandpa, Auntie, etc. They also use multiple ethnicities for the human family relationships, white, black, Asian, etc.

The family interaction part of the show is a simple plot line like going to the supermarket or having a picnic, and it introduces the baby / toddler to these family interactions.

It's really not a bad show to watch with a newborn or toddler.

I'm a former school teacher, and I had to learn about childrens' developing brains in college, so I understood what the show was about while watching it with my daughter when she was a baby.

Is it a weird show? Yes. But I think it's a positive show that helps to develop babies' and toddlers' brains, as well as to teach them socialization skills with family members.
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You only just noticed this? It's been on tv for years. But yeah, it's freaky. No wonder kids are daft.
 Quoting: Shoot-Straight Johnny


Yep only just noticed it and I am rather glad lol
 Quoting: Prowilson123


It's 'supposed' to be just bouncy colorful visual distractions for basically just infants and young toddlers.

...But it's actually stupid shit that more than likely breeds ADD.

Might as well set your little one down in front of a spinning pinwheel or glue kaleidoscopes to their eyes while playing carnival music.
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Only found out about this show by randomly searching stuff on youtube
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wtf 10

I am so fucking glad my son is beyond the age that something such as this would have any appeal.
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This is actually a really good TV show for newborns up to 3 years old. I used to watch it with my daughter when she was little.

Babies need sensory stimulation for their brains to develop. This show has NO violence in it, so it is perfect for very small children. The show uses lots of colors, movement, sound effects and happy energy to help stimulate babies' brains.

The show also discusses family-relationships. It introduces humans in the show by the names of such people as Granny, Grandpa, Auntie, etc. They also use multiple ethnicities for the human family relationships, white, black, Asian, etc.

The family interaction part of the show is a simple plot line like going to the supermarket or having a picnic, and it introduces the baby / toddler to these family interactions.

It's really not a bad show to watch with a newborn or toddler.

I'm a former school teacher, and I had to learn about childrens' developing brains in college, so I understood what the show was about while watching it with my daughter when she was a baby.

Is it a weird show? Yes. But I think it's a positive show that helps to develop babies' and toddlers' brains, as well as to teach them socialization skills with family members.
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Newborns shouldn't be watching TV at all and 3 year olds should have very limited television time. Learning about going to the supermarket and bonding with family is much easier done by actually doing these things rather than watching them on the idiot box. Early indoctrination into the coming mind fuck they will receive as they grow, in my opinion. Parents should teach their children how to socialize and parents should interact with their children to stimulate them, just my opinion, of course.
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This is actually a really good TV show for newborns up to 3 years old. I used to watch it with my daughter when she was little.

Babies need sensory stimulation for their brains to develop. This show has NO violence in it, so it is perfect for very small children. The show uses lots of colors, movement, sound effects and happy energy to help stimulate babies' brains.

The show also discusses family-relationships. It introduces humans in the show by the names of such people as Granny, Grandpa, Auntie, etc. They also use multiple ethnicities for the human family relationships, white, black, Asian, etc.

The family interaction part of the show is a simple plot line like going to the supermarket or having a picnic, and it introduces the baby / toddler to these family interactions.

It's really not a bad show to watch with a newborn or toddler.

I'm a former school teacher, and I had to learn about childrens' developing brains in college, so I understood what the show was about while watching it with my daughter when she was a baby.

Is it a weird show? Yes. But I think it's a positive show that helps to develop babies' and toddlers' brains, as well as to teach them socialization skills with family members.
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No offense intended here, but you obviously fell for the indoctrination that was foisted upon you in your training as a teacher...You drank the koolaid by the gallon...There is NO redeeming value to this nonsense...
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This is actually a really good TV show for newborns up to 3 years old. I used to watch it with my daughter when she was little.

Babies need sensory stimulation for their brains to develop. This show has NO violence in it, so it is perfect for very small children. The show uses lots of colors, movement, sound effects and happy energy to help stimulate babies' brains.

The show also discusses family-relationships. It introduces humans in the show by the names of such people as Granny, Grandpa, Auntie, etc. They also use multiple ethnicities for the human family relationships, white, black, Asian, etc.

The family interaction part of the show is a simple plot line like going to the supermarket or having a picnic, and it introduces the baby / toddler to these family interactions.

It's really not a bad show to watch with a newborn or toddler.

I'm a former school teacher, and I had to learn about childrens' developing brains in college, so I understood what the show was about while watching it with my daughter when she was a baby.

Is it a weird show? Yes. But I think it's a positive show that helps to develop babies' and toddlers' brains, as well as to teach them socialization skills with family members.
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No offense intended here, but you obviously fell for the indoctrination that was foisted upon you in your training as a teacher...You drank the koolaid by the gallon...There is NO redeeming value to this nonsense...
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I agree, bunch of wishy-washy nonsense.
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This is actually a really good TV show for newborns up to 3 years old. I used to watch it with my daughter when she was little.

Babies need sensory stimulation for their brains to develop. This show has NO violence in it, so it is perfect for very small children. The show uses lots of colors, movement, sound effects and happy energy to help stimulate babies' brains.

The show also discusses family-relationships. It introduces humans in the show by the names of such people as Granny, Grandpa, Auntie, etc. They also use multiple ethnicities for the human family relationships, white, black, Asian, etc.

The family interaction part of the show is a simple plot line like going to the supermarket or having a picnic, and it introduces the baby / toddler to these family interactions.

It's really not a bad show to watch with a newborn or toddler.

I'm a former school teacher, and I had to learn about childrens' developing brains in college, so I understood what the show was about while watching it with my daughter when she was a baby.

Is it a weird show? Yes. But I think it's a positive show that helps to develop babies' and toddlers' brains, as well as to teach them socialization skills with family members.
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Newborns shouldn't be watching TV at all and 3 year olds should have very limited television time. Learning about going to the supermarket and bonding with family is much easier done by actually doing these things rather than watching them on the idiot box. Early indoctrination into the coming mind fuck they will receive as they grow, in my opinion. Parents should teach their children how to socialize and parents should interact with their children to stimulate them, just my opinion, of course.
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If this is the only TV show a young child watches while the parents are in the kitchen preparing dinner, then how is it wrong? There is no violence in the show, and it gives the child's brain stimulation while dinner is being prepared.

I do understand what you are saying, and I agree about the idiot box. Personally, I don't watch TV anymore. But what is someone's baby going to be doing while dinner is being prepared? The show is harmless. TV is NOT so harmless, but this show is harmless.
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This is actually a really good TV show for newborns up to 3 years old. I used to watch it with my daughter when she was little.

Babies need sensory stimulation for their brains to develop. This show has NO violence in it, so it is perfect for very small children. The show uses lots of colors, movement, sound effects and happy energy to help stimulate babies' brains.

The show also discusses family-relationships. It introduces humans in the show by the names of such people as Granny, Grandpa, Auntie, etc. They also use multiple ethnicities for the human family relationships, white, black, Asian, etc.

The family interaction part of the show is a simple plot line like going to the supermarket or having a picnic, and it introduces the baby / toddler to these family interactions.

It's really not a bad show to watch with a newborn or toddler.

I'm a former school teacher, and I had to learn about childrens' developing brains in college, so I understood what the show was about while watching it with my daughter when she was a baby.

Is it a weird show? Yes. But I think it's a positive show that helps to develop babies' and toddlers' brains, as well as to teach them socialization skills with family members.
 Quoting: I Love Panda Bears


Newborns shouldn't be watching TV at all and 3 year olds should have very limited television time. Learning about going to the supermarket and bonding with family is much easier done by actually doing these things rather than watching them on the idiot box. Early indoctrination into the coming mind fuck they will receive as they grow, in my opinion. Parents should teach their children how to socialize and parents should interact with their children to stimulate them, just my opinion, of course.
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If this is the only TV show a young child watches while the parents are in the kitchen preparing dinner, then how is it wrong? There is no violence in the show, and it gives the child's brain stimulation while dinner is being prepared.

I do understand what you are saying, and I agree about the idiot box. Personally, I don't watch TV anymore. But what is someone's baby going to be doing while dinner is being prepared? The show is harmless. TV is NOT so harmless, but this show is harmless.
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Baby could be sleeping, baby could be sitting in the kitchen watching Mommy or Daddy cook, baby could be with other parent or siblings, baby could be in a playpen, baby could be in a swing. Baby could be doing lots of things while dinner is being prepared. I am sure babys brain stimulation can take a break while dinner is made, babies need downtime too.
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"Media, whether playing in the background or designed explicitly as an infant educational tool, “have potentially negative effects and no known positive effects for children younger than 2 years,” concluded the AAP’s report, released Oct. 18 at the Academy’s annual meeting in Boston and scheduled for November publication in the journal Pediatrics. “Although infant/toddler programming might be entertaining, it should not be marketed as or presumed by parents to be educational.”"
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[link to www.wired.com]

"Media, whether playing in the background or designed explicitly as an infant educational tool, “have potentially negative effects and no known positive effects for children younger than 2 years,” concluded the AAP’s report, released Oct. 18 at the Academy’s annual meeting in Boston and scheduled for November publication in the journal Pediatrics. “Although infant/toddler programming might be entertaining, it should not be marketed as or presumed by parents to be educational.”"
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"Those studies have found that children don’t really understand what’s happening on a screen until they’re about 2 years old. Once they do, media can be good for them, but until then television is essentially a mesmerizing, glowing box."

"And for parents who use media to carve out a few precious, necessary free minutes in busy schedules, Brown recommended letting kids entertain themselves."
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This is actually a really good TV show for newborns up to 3 years old. I used to watch it with my daughter when she was little.

Babies need sensory stimulation for their brains to develop. This show has NO violence in it, so it is perfect for very small children. The show uses lots of colors, movement, sound effects and happy energy to help stimulate babies' brains.

The show also discusses family-relationships. It introduces humans in the show by the names of such people as Granny, Grandpa, Auntie, etc. They also use multiple ethnicities for the human family relationships, white, black, Asian, etc.

The family interaction part of the show is a simple plot line like going to the supermarket or having a picnic, and it introduces the baby / toddler to these family interactions.

It's really not a bad show to watch with a newborn or toddler.

I'm a former school teacher, and I had to learn about childrens' developing brains in college, so I understood what the show was about while watching it with my daughter when she was a baby.

Is it a weird show? Yes. But I think it's a positive show that helps to develop babies' and toddlers' brains, as well as to teach them socialization skills with family members.
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I'm not sure that watching something that should be in 3D in 2D is good for the developing brains of a baby.
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This is actually a really good TV show for newborns up to 3 years old. I used to watch it with my daughter when she was little.

Babies need sensory stimulation for their brains to develop. This show has NO violence in it, so it is perfect for very small children. The show uses lots of colors, movement, sound effects and happy energy to help stimulate babies' brains.

The show also discusses family-relationships. It introduces humans in the show by the names of such people as Granny, Grandpa, Auntie, etc. They also use multiple ethnicities for the human family relationships, white, black, Asian, etc.

The family interaction part of the show is a simple plot line like going to the supermarket or having a picnic, and it introduces the baby / toddler to these family interactions.

It's really not a bad show to watch with a newborn or toddler.

I'm a former school teacher, and I had to learn about childrens' developing brains in college, so I understood what the show was about while watching it with my daughter when she was a baby.

Is it a weird show? Yes. But I think it's a positive show that helps to develop babies' and toddlers' brains, as well as to teach them socialization skills with family members.
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I cannot fathom why anyone would think it's a good idea to put an infant in front of the TV.
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Looks to me like the first part was what very young children all Do experience as they are taught by the spiritual beings that they are open too (as balls of light because young children don't need a human personification yet) (because they are that uncorrupted by lower mind) The second part depicting waking up (being born) and making vibrations in a sense of play...this resembles life on the high astral plane. Some of you who have had conscious after-life experiences know of what I speak.
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This is actually a really good TV show for newborns up to 3 years old. I used to watch it with my daughter when she was little.

Babies need sensory stimulation for their brains to develop. This show has NO violence in it, so it is perfect for very small children. The show uses lots of colors, movement, sound effects and happy energy to help stimulate babies' brains.

The show also discusses family-relationships. It introduces humans in the show by the names of such people as Granny, Grandpa, Auntie, etc. They also use multiple ethnicities for the human family relationships, white, black, Asian, etc.

The family interaction part of the show is a simple plot line like going to the supermarket or having a picnic, and it introduces the baby / toddler to these family interactions.

It's really not a bad show to watch with a newborn or toddler.

I'm a former school teacher, and I had to learn about childrens' developing brains in college, so I understood what the show was about while watching it with my daughter when she was a baby.

Is it a weird show? Yes. But I think it's a positive show that helps to develop babies' and toddlers' brains, as well as to teach them socialization skills with family members.
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My niece watched this when little, her first words were not moma or dada, but "boobah!".
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Mind control via the gogglebox is starting at an earlier and earlier age. Its well known that the minds of young ones are more 'malleable' and open to suggestion the younger they are.

I would wager a hefty sum (if I actually had one to wager) that millions of £££££'s were spent devising that intro and the program as a whole. If you look into 'In The Night Garden ' and even 'Teletubbies' beforehand, the same shit happened there, literally millions of pounds were spent before they went into production.

These programmes are no accident, they're aren't cobbled together by a couple of potheads. They're painstakingly researched before going into production and aren't just keeping the kids entertained and occupied. There is far more going on with them.

As to what exactly they're drilling into kids minds here is anyones guess, but mark my words, that is *exactly* what is going on. They're setting these kids up with certain mindsets, beliefs and ways of thinking before they've even uttered 'mamma' for the first time.

Turn your TV's off.
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I have no idea what the hell this children show is about but this is one of the most most fucked up intros i've seen


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Here's the meaning of the intro:

Solar worship... teach/train/program them when young.

The children "follow the light" and are attracted and stimulated by it.

The light bearer is Lucifer.

After the children dance with the light, it is revealed that the source of the light is "other worldly", alien in nature.

All in plain sight.

And most will refuse to accept this very factual and historic truth.

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OMG this was GREAT and I watched the middle of the space ship one. never heard of these before. these are to wake up the star seed kids!!!!!!!!!! This is about Divine Light..... which most mind controlled people have no clue about.
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I have no idea what the hell this children show is about but this is one of the most most fucked up intros i've seen


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Here's the meaning of the intro:

Solar worship... teach/train/program them when young.

The children "follow the light" and are attracted and stimulated by it.

The light bearer is Lucifer.

After the children dance with the light, it is revealed that the source of the light is "other worldly", alien in nature.

All in plain sight.

And most will refuse to accept this very factual and historic truth.

rose
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NO NOT EVEN... I can tell with just the intro and another I watched part of. This is wonderful and a great way to sneak in LIGHT to these incarnating kids right now while ones that don't understand it, will just pass it by.
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This is actually a really good TV show for newborns up to 3 years old. I used to watch it with my daughter when she was little.

Babies need sensory stimulation for their brains to develop. This show has NO violence in it, so it is perfect for very small children. The show uses lots of colors, movement, sound effects and happy energy to help stimulate babies' brains.

The show also discusses family-relationships. It introduces humans in the show by the names of such people as Granny, Grandpa, Auntie, etc. They also use multiple ethnicities for the human family relationships, white, black, Asian, etc.

The family interaction part of the show is a simple plot line like going to the supermarket or having a picnic, and it introduces the baby / toddler to these family interactions.

It's really not a bad show to watch with a newborn or toddler.

I'm a former school teacher, and I had to learn about childrens' developing brains in college, so I understood what the show was about while watching it with my daughter when she was a baby.

Is it a weird show? Yes. But I think it's a positive show that helps to develop babies' and toddlers' brains, as well as to teach them socialization skills with family members.
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TV is BAD for ur brain no matter what age!! NO newborn up to 3 yrs old should be watching TV -ever! Family interaction should come from family not tv!! There are TONS of activities that u can do with ur babies to help cognitive development. Take u children to the supermarket is better then letting them learn it from a box!

That video had many underlining subliminal stimuli themes that the unconscious brain will pick up on and use later in life to make decisions
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Where do I go to get my 3 life minutes back?

I would never let my child watch that junk.





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