Subliminal Music and Images

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Subliminal Music and Images is a flash animation made by a Canadian user: LordEiwhaz (Olivier Fortier)[1], it was created in 2002 that disguises itself as an screamer animation showing the viewer examples of subliminal messages. it was featured on, it is also known as "Creepy Subliminal Messages", he was at 29 years old when he created this screamer.

After loading, an advertisement for Gilbey's London Dry Gin is shown. After a few seconds, part of the image is highlighted and the word "SEX" is visible in ice cubes. An image for a flooring company appears, with a woman appearing to be touching her shoulder. The image is then flipped, so it appears the woman is masturbating herself. Then a song, Cradle of Filth's "Dinner at Deviant Palace" begins to play backward. The Lord's Prayer is heard along with faint noises.

In the middle of the prayer, a loud scream is heard (which is actually from Daffy Duck, taken from the 1950 cartoon The Ducksters), along with a flurry of pictures; the first one is a demon face from the Italian movie Demoni, then Pazuzu, then the face of a corpse, a harlequin fetus, and a grayscale image of a mummy without its wrappings. The game ends with this message, and the song, "Into the Cold Voids of Eternity" by Naglfar, playing in the background: "Never trust strange flash documents talking about subliminal stuff!"


  1. LordEihwaz's MetalArchives profile.

NOTE: The following animation contain screamers!

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Anonymous #1

12 months ago
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if anyone could give me the links to the screamer faces used in subliminal music and images,this would be very much appreciated! thank you in advance.

Anonymous #2

10 months ago
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Any proof that the scream used here was from Daffy Duck?


9 months ago
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https://www....=Ba6bGvqkQ1g (go to 0:48)
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