I was fascinated by the previous article which discussed the disparity in the voices occurring temporally within the confines of a similar cultural background when this subject was last engaged with, but this is perhaps more interesting.
I would argue that one important factor in what types of voices and commands or implications you hear is the conditioning of liminality by one's environment. (what gets past the threshold of consciousness (so-to-speak)).
Any previous memory may be thrust into the light of consciousness as suddenly relevant to one's environment if the conditions dictate; so the important questions seems to be 'what is your cultural environment, as modelled by the memetic structures in your mind, currently reacting to as important?'
I've previously run afoul of this topic by brazenly stating that 'all thinking is magical' and paid for the comment with a lot of 'woo woo' noises.
Again, I'll state: The base operation of all thought is association, close-ness in phase space, of the mental structure, to other, similar mental structures.
The fact that one can build atop of this associative substrate, systems of logic, language, scientific analysis, classical physics etc should be of no surprise to any one who's even heard the term 'complex systems'.
I'd love to hear about the findings for people who are dual-citizens or multi-lingual. If you are truly fluent in another language, surely you would have to have inculcated a large portion of the biases and cultural implications you are assumed to have mastered in order to understand turns-of-phrase and the like.
Would that conditioning process affect the types of voice and command one's mind is dredging up?
I have some reading to do.