30 percent of those exposed to one cardboard cut-out of a cartoon character recalled seeing a person wearing the character's costume.
When a brochure was added displaying the same character, 40 percent of respondents recalled interacting with the character -- even though the character never existed!
If two exposures produce false memories in 40 percent of respondents, image the impact of dozens of exposures!
America is under the collective delusion of false memory syndrome. We recall a national history that never existed.
Our false memories are implanted in our mind through television, cinema, and other imagery.
Our collective false memory syndrome is a false history syndrome.
So! How do you deprogram the millions of Americans suffering from false history syndrome?
Watch the video.
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