Alois Benjamin Saliger
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In 1927 he invented the Psycho-Phone for sleep learning: "It has been proven that natural sleep is identical with hypnotic sleep and that during natural sleep the unconscious mind is most receptive to suggestions." He died in April 1969.
- "The Psycho-Phone". Canadian Antique Phonograph Society. Archived from the original on 30 November 2010. Retrieved 2010-11-15.
It is against this background that Alois B. Saliger of Brooklyn, NY, developed a device purported to subliminally influence its subjects to take control of their lives and overcome their weaknesses. He called his 1927 invention The Psycho-Phone. The premise on which he based his invention was: 'It has been proven that natural sleep is identical with hypnotic sleep and that during natural sleep the unconscious mind is most receptive to suggestions.'
- "Salvaging Syndicate Says No Stocks Have Been Put on Sale". The New York Times. July 18, 1919. Retrieved 2010-11-15.
- "Psycho-Phone". The New Yorker. 1933. Retrieved 2010-11-18.
Well, sir, since 1927, Mr. Saliger has sold more than 2500 Psycho-phones ...