The Wyoming Incident.
Has anyone heard of this? It was a TV hijacking where a very odd video was played and apparently made people hallucinate due to sound frequencies that were at such a frequency that they created vibrations in the eyes that caused visual hallucinations and other symptoms.
Apparently it is said this site may have something to do with this hijack. If you try to navigate the site weird things happen to your cursor and the nav bars on the side and bottom.
The 333 reference on this page is interesting.
This is the video and may only be a smaller portion of what was played on the station.
(This might be disturbing to some people, but then again maybe not. Just a warning. The audio is creepy)
Are these videos some kind of subliminal thing? Who made them? It's very creepy. The messages in these clips are even creepy. The imagery not so much, but still kind unsettling.
It's kinda like a much more mental thing than the ring video, this one is left way more to the imagination. Whereas the Ring video you fill in the blanks with the imagery, this one your mind will make it alot worse trying to figure out what the heck it means.
Right, I'm new to this board, and I'd like to explain how I think these videos work. For a start, the sound is there to disorientate you, making you susceptible, taking you out of your comfort zone. Once you are susceptible then the words that are displayed enter your mind. The messages are all negative thoughts, which then trigger negative emotions, behaviour and symptoms in you. Then when the images pop up, you are both susceptible and negative, which may lead to any symptoms such as goosebumps, hallucinations, fear etc. that the viewer may experience. That's basic Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. Bear that in mind, watch the videos again but with the sound off this time, and I guarantee you won't feel as creeped out as the first time you watched them.
So, I wouldn't go as far as to say "don't mess with the occult" because these videos aren't occult. Any emotion evoked in you after watching these videos was meant to be evoked by it's creator/s, using the same, if not then similar, techniques to the ones I outlined. I'm not going to say not to watch the videos, just don't take them seriously, and definitely don't take them as "occult".