The true story of Pucca

Pucca is a tender doll that children all over the world are used to seeing, through the screens of their televisions. In this animated series, innocent stories appear to be for a child audience, but researchers from all over the world consider that beyond its childish content, this series possesses subliminal messages of violent and sexual type.

Subliminal messages

According to the analyses that have been carried out, the word Pucca means witch or sorceress and that tender doll, is actually the representation of a geisha. Geisha are traditional Japanese artists, who train to attend parties, meetings and banquets, offering dance, singing, among others. They have also been associated with prostitution.

The story unfolds in a Japanese village called Soofa and its main goal is to fall in love with Garu, who is a ninja. The story always includes catastrophic situations, fights and other negative events, but Pucca always manages to solve them regardless of their toughness. All these circumstances are presented so that Garu can escape from her hands, but the protagonist always manages to get what she wants.

Pucca is a 10-year-old girl, cheerful and very impulsive; has become a fashion icon among girls, teenagers and mature women, so much so that today you get countless items, ranging from a suitcase to furniture.

Many associate this story with the success of Hello Kitty. Communication scholars warn that television seems to have some hypnotic power, but the animated series, especially Japanese ones, are mysteriously hypnotic, because you can’t miss the screen for a second.

The viewer, in general, feels a strong attraction to these productions, due to their colors, figures and sounds. According to many of these analysts, the apparent reason for this hypnosis, perhaps is the domination of the masses, to take away their individuality of thought and to submit to the precepts of the moment, fashions, etc.

The true story of Pucca
Source: curiosities  
July 29, 2019

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