Reverse Speech Analysis by Tiffany Fontenot of JOHN KERRY IN ANTARCTICA, Part 1


Reverse Speech Analysis by Tiffany Fontenot of JOHN KERRY IN ANTARCTICA, Speech, Nov. 11, 2016, PART 1.

*The lady introducing John Kerry is Kelly Falkner, so her reversals come first and will have KF- for her initials. “Falkner is an American chemical oceanographer and educator.[1] She is the Director of the National Science Foundation's (NFS's) Office of Polar Programs (OPP).” Wiki page on her:

*If you are not familiar with what Reverse Speech is, please scroll to the bottom and read: What is Reverse Speech???????

**The best way to listen to the recording and read the transcript is to put up this webpage in two tabs on your browser. Then you can go back and forth from the transcript on one page, to the recording on the other tab, pausing the recording as needed.

***Check My Work!

Please feel free to download the IPhone Reverse Speech app by typing in “ireversespeech” in the Iphone app store, the Android Virtual Recorder app in the Play Store, or use ANY other device that records and will play both forward and backward, to check my work if you like! Go to the video I used on Youtube, record the forward speech of the reversal you’d like to check, then play it backward so that you will hear what I heard. :D

Videos Used for this Analysis: From the Youtube video. About 43 minutes:

****How to read the transcript:

F = What was said forward. R = What was said in reverse. [BRACKETS ARE AROUND THE EXACT WORDS IN THE FORWARD SPEECH WHERE I FOUND THE REVERSAL.] Then there will be an interpretation for the reversal unless it is self-explanatory, or is unknown. Time indices are indicated for where the forward speech and reversal occurred in the recording. As a rule, the reversal will comment on the forward speech, but there are exceptions to that rule.

*****Understand also that the sound quality of the forward speech is not ideal due to the sound quality on the video used. So, more reversals would have been heard had the quality been better.

******Hi Guys! This John Kerry Speech given during the election from Antarctica is 43 minutes long. That is a looooooooong time in Reverse Speech, and what I'm finding with these heavy hitting ca-ballers is that they talk nearly nonstop in their Reverse Speech which is probably due to suppressing their forward speech. At any rate, I'm only 7 minutes in and have 27 reversals. Normally, we'd find about 30 reversals during a 30 minute session with a client just for comparison. So, that is waaaaaaay too long to do in just one go to put the whole speech here. So, I'm going to divide up this analysis into multiple parts, not sure how many yet, but I'm releasing part 1 today, Sunday, Jan. 15, 2017 today.

And now, the transcript:

F1: KF- Hello "Unintelligable" [So you have the room full.]

R1: German-Zee or Sie Wollen. English- Sea wool. Or, you want to see.

F = 0:00:27 to 0:00:31, R = 0:00:27 to 0:00:28

- This could be a possible German Naval term used for something at or around the bases in Antarctica. Kelly Falkner is introducing John Kerry whose audience is all there to hear John Kerry speak. She calls John Kerry the "Wolf for Hamedius" in her reversal. So, the meaning might be Sea wool, or could also be, “You are all here to see the Wolf for Hamedius.” I have found that some reversals validly have more than one meaning as well, so it could be both.

F2: KF- Hello "Unintelligable" [So you have the room full.]

R2: Wolf for Hamedius.

F = 0:00:27 to 0:00:31, R = 0:00:30 to 0:00:31

- This is showing up on Google as meaning a betrayer or someone who informs against someone which would be a match for Kerry's past Reverse Speech, but also shows up possibly as...Something to do with historical return of the land to the Jew and someone who understands its significance in Zionism. I will continue to look for information coming in that may make the meaning of R1 and R2 more clea...

Jan 16, 01:06 AM
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bentkm - 7 months ago

Hello Tiffany ... wow! Scary and interesting. And fantastic work, thanks for sharing.