"I can't believe they've actually done it. Not long left. They were warned, but they just had to keep pushing the boundaries of science. The noise. I can't take the noise anymore. And the light, dear God! The Universe is slowly unraveling around us. I'm not going to wait for death. I have a pistol in the attic." This is actually the only message not preceded by a string of numbers.
>If occultism and magic + new age + science goes too far
>Also somewhat prophecied
Just recently, a player on the wikiforums noticed a message that brought to light the meaning of the messages. He was reading a thread that collected all known messages, transposed from Morse to English, and saw the line, "one-two-zero-five-five-two-eight-two-zero-one-zero. What are you talkin' about? You'll be missed." He realized this referred to the recent death of Gary Coleman, and then quickly realized the numbers were the time and date of death.
I know the date on this is older.
I heard they were banned and the site filters out anything that mentions the Morse codes?
>For you know quite well that the day of the Lord's return will come unexpectedly, like a thief in the night. (1Thes.5:2)
I think it might be part of a technology that aligns magic and science that will enhance dna to a point that eventually leads to detrimental and overwhelming senses for a human body.
Just find it weird it would have Morse codes that have creepy meanings..
I'm SUPER interested.
the Morse code could totally be random babble that the game developers just threw in there.. Or it could be a lot more mysterious than what is already known.
Lone Wolf Radio always made me curious too..
But how the Fuck do "they" always know?
for a bunch of idiots and freaks with wildly active imaginations, /x/ is home to some of the least creative people I've ever encountered.
is it really so hard for you to believe that artists and designers are able to create things that are actually unsettling and intriguing? There isn't going to be a conspiracy of any kind inside of a mainstream work of media like a video game. people literally get paid to create things that will intrigue you and capture your imagination. and it's working. why do you have to "dig deeper"?
if I said
>I live at 2248 Challenge Court and the geek next door told me to give you all this message. He wants you to find him, because he's got something important.
would you take that seriously? even though it's just something I made up?