A number of reversals have been going around that suggest the Pope’s subconscious possesses pedophiliac, homosexual tendencies. I would like to address some of these reversals here. I will show that many of the words are invalid.
RS: Evil, suck cock
FS: This conviction have, has led me from the beginning of my ministry ….
evil – [led me] – There is some frication at the point between FS [d m] that allows a sense of /v/. There is a clear and obvious /m/ from the FS. This makes it sound like [heemvil].
suck – [has] – the frication noise produced by the speaker at the back of the throat gives a sense of [sukh]
cock – The Pope accidently says [have] before changing it to [has]. This produces a /v/ initial. There is no final /k/. This leaves something like [vah] with a preglottal frication.
So, the sounds are similar to [heemvil sukh vah].
RS: Eat the holy cum
FS: Martin Luther King
eat the – Lu[ther King] Although the words can be projected into it, it is more [eak ga].
holy – Mar[tin Lu]th This sounds like [holni]. The /n/ is clear and obvious from the FS /n/.
cum – [Mar] – This is close. There is a short fricative-like sound after the [c] which could be [r] as in [crumb] or something else. So, it may be heard as [cum] with perhaps some frication after the initial, or as [crumb]. The first half of the word
The most obvious error is the /n/ in [holni]; and when you include the other small errors or ambiguity, the viability of this reversal is reduced greatly.
RS: I rape the other kid
FS: I wish to reaffirm my high esteem and appreciation. Those first contacts were often turbulent and violet, but we know it is very difficult to judge the past by the criteria.
I rape – cri[teria] It is easy to project /p/ into it, although it is really /t/, as in [rate]. If this went slightly longer, the frication of the audio noise can make it sound like [th].
the other [cri]teria The FS [r] gives a ‘tap’ on the alveolar in place of [th]. RS [th] really begins with [e], however, one can ‘add’ the [th] in [rathe] to it. There is a /k/ final which cannot be separated from it. So, it is like [e-o(tap sound)rk].
kid – [the] The /k/ sound heard really is the final of the previous word and not the initial of this one. That leaves a /h/ as in [hid].
Speech does create ‘distortions’ in intended sounds, however there is more wrong with this than right.
I’m evil, you seek it
FS: the history of the United States
I’m evil – [of the Uni]ted The sounds approximate [evil]; however there are two issues with [I’m]. First, it is /n/. Second, one may hear an /n/ at the beginning due to the point at which the recording was edited (the onset of FS /t/ in United). If we go to the larger forward speech, we will see that the reversal starts fully at the point of FS /t/. Therefore there is an alveolar initial, either /d/ or /n/, which would make it [done] or [none], except that there is a short [y] sound after the initial phoneme.