posted on Sep, 27 2017 @ 02:12 AM
In recent days, some Seattle residents have found little folded notes around the city in neighborhoods like Capitol Hill, Queen Anne and Fremont. Some
of the notes are folded like origami into butterflies. Unfold the notes, and inside you find the phrase "You Are Not Safe" over a Seattle-specific
image — the skyline, a mermaid, or the Fremont troll. Some also have illustrations of Russell Wilson, Kurt Cobain, and messages about peace.
There's also a date: "9/28/17." Some of the notes show a web address, www.allgodsmustdie.com. There isn't much on the site. If you visit it, you see a
scramble of letters that eventually move together to form that phrase, "You Are Not Safe." In the background, Wilhelm Wagner's "Das Rheingold" plays.
If you wait long enough, an image of what appears to be an upside-down psychedelic goat appears behind the words. Very creepy, saw it on the news
earlier and I am wondering if anyone has a take on this?
The imagery on the website (the butterfly and the goat) reminds me of Mk-Ultra. Very creepy and according to Reddit, the IP traces to California and
the website is likely NOT run by a hobbyist.
Sorry if this is a little ramble-y, this is my first (real) post to ATS
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on 27-9-2017 by Sleepyduck because: Added a few more details