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Comments about the soundtrack for The Lion King (Hans Zimmer)
Subliminal messages about GOD in Zimmer's underscore

Julio Gomez
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Dave
Subliminal messages about GOD in Zimmer's underscore   Sunday, March 6, 2005 (4:38 a.m.) 

The original score composed by Hans Zimmer contains low band voice underlays that try to teach children about God. An advanced filtering of two score cues at the Santa Monica Advanced Audio Engineering Studio revealed this layer of whispered text. Messages about letting God into your life were clearest in the cues "Under the Stars" and "This Land".

A sad and dirty trick!!



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Dave
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Julio Gomez
Re: Subliminal messages about GOD in Zimmer's underscore   Friday, July 22, 2005 (5:26 a.m.) 

> The original score composed by Hans Zimmer contains low band voice
> underlays that try to teach children about God. An advanced filtering of
> two score cues at the Santa Monica Advanced Audio Engineering Studio
> revealed this layer of whispered text. Messages about letting God into
> your life were clearest in the cues "Under the Stars" and
> "This Land".

> A sad and dirty trick!!

Did you take your pills today?

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