Satanic figures are hidden in Doom’s soundtrack
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Until now, no secret could challenge the Doom reboot’s best and most beloved easter egg: the toy soldier fist bump. But it turns out there’s an even juicier hidden item that goes well beyond the game itself. Reddit user Tomcb ran Doom‘s soundtrack through software to see its spectrogram, which is a visual representation of an audio file’s spectrum of frequencies.
The result, if you take a look at the song appropriately titled “Cyberdemon,” is an easy-to-see combination of “666” and an inverted pentagram spelled out in the graph. That’s a clear sign that video games are using subliminal messaging to turn young children into satanists. Or it’s just a really cool wink and a nod from creator Id Software, which faced those very accusations…