Subliminal Music and Images

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Subliminal Music and Images (also known as "Creepy Subliminal Messages") is a Flash animation made by Canadian user LordEiwhaz (Olivier Fortier)[1]. It was created in 2002 (with the creator being 29 years old at the time) and is an screamer animation that disguises itself as a simple slideshow of examples of subliminal messages. It was also featured on Winterrowd.com.

After loading, the first image to appear is an advertisement for Gilbey's London Dry Gin. After a few seconds, part of the image gets highlighted: the word "SEX" is visible in ice cubes. Then, the second picture is that of a flooring company, with a woman appearing to be touching her shoulder. The image is then flipped, so it shows the woman is masturbating. Finally, a song ("Dinner at Deviant's Palace" by Cradle of Filth) begins to play backwards. The Lord's Prayer is heard along with faint noises.

In the middle of the prayer, a flurry of pictures suddenly appears with a loud scream (which is actually from Daffy Duck, taken from the Looney Tunes cartoon short The Ducksters); 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 animation ends with a message, with the song "Into the Cold Voids of Eternity" by Naglfar playing in the background: "Never trust strange flash documents talking about subliminal stuff!"

Links

  1. LordEihwaz's MetalArchives profile.

NOTE: The following animation contain screamers!

  • albinoblacksheep.com/flash/subliminal
  • albinoblacksheep.com/mp4/subliminal(www.albinoblacksheep.com).mp4
  • winterrowd.com/subliminal-messages/ 
  • Raw .swf: winterrowd.com/subliminal-messages/Subliminal-Messages.swf


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