Welcome to the audio section of the Reverse Speech website. This site contains 1000s of examples of speech reversals covering a wide range of topics from politics to health, children and music, therapy and ufos to name a few. These examples are all presented in a standard format. First, a small section is played forwards, and then the reversal is played at three speeds. Other than the speed change, there has been no altering of the sound tracks or enhancing of the sounds. Each backwards section is an exact reverse of the forward section. You can test this by downloading the sound files and reversing them yourself. The speed change is used because reversals tend to run faster than forward speech and the syllable count can often increase. Altering the speed enables some people to hear the reversals easier. It does not alter the sounds of the reversal.
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Everyone knows Neil Armstrong’s famous first words on the moon. But did you know that they say something else when played backwards? Armstrong’s words, “That’s one small step for man” reverses to say, “Man will space walk.” This is a reflection of his logical thoughts at the time. Man will continue to walk into space. Download mp3 file
Listen to a live commentary of President Kennedy’s motorcade route in Dallas, Texas, right at the precise point the assassination occurred. A speech reversal occurs here that says,“He’s shot bad. Hold it. Try and look up.” This would seem to be the commentator’s thoughts at the time. Stop everything and look around (for the gunshots?) Download mp3 file
Here is a section from a video made by Madonna called Truth and Dare. In this clip her friend, Sandra Bernhardt is talking about some friends she saw the other night. The reversal gives us more information about what happened that night. It says – They pulled out the grass – Download mp3 file
This is what David said about Reverse Speech in 1988, four years after he discovered it. The reversal says: Let’s look at that (second of gibberish) All I am inside. Download mp3 file
This example contains two sound bites from Bob Dole. The first one before the New Hampshire Primaries. The speech reversal declares his intention to be the 1996 Republican Nominee. It says, “Hear the man that you love do it.” (and indeed he did become the nominee) The second sound bite is from his declaration that he is resigning from the Senate. The reversal confirms his genuine comments. It says, “It’s an honor” Download mp3 file
This example was taken from a session David conducted with one of his clients as they discussed some of his reversals. The soundtrack is played forwards then backwards at three speeds, then the entire track is played backwards. Note how the reversal appears in the middle of gibberish. The reversal says, “They will serve you with life, David.” This is what speech reversals will do – help us with life. Download mp3 file
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Hillary Clinton – 2006 on the need for new leadership
I surely would fit in
Ronald Reagan – 1987 at Berlin
See the dream
Arnold Schwarzenegger – Governor acceptance speech
Soon I’ll beat the law