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Did Christian Evangelist Use Subliminal Money Image? (Video)

| by Michael Allen
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Christian evangelist Joshua Feuerstein uploaded a video (below) on Jan. 24 that reportedly used subliminal images of a dollar bill during his "Facebook church" event.

The Friendly Atheist notes that Feuerstein, who started the red Starbucks cup controversy in 2015, has taken down the original video that purportedly shows a dollar bill on the screen behind him in a possible attempt at subliminal advertising.

The video was first flagged by a website called Exposing Joshua Fraudstein and Friends, which posted screenshots of the money allegedly popping at various times in the video.

The website wrote: "A subliminal message is a signal or message designed to pass below (sub) the normal limits of perception and supposedly are used in advertising as well as for propaganda purposes… True, scientific research has yet to determine the actual effectiveness of this process, but that doesn’t stop Joshua Fraudstein from trying his best to use it to his advantage."

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The first dollar bill appears to pop up at the :16 mark.

Feuerstein has not issued a comment on his Facebook page about the video.

Sources: Exposing Joshua Fraudstein and Friends, Friendly Atheist, Facebook, The Washington Post / Photo Credit: Joshua Feuerstein/YouTube Screenshot

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