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  • aomiarmster 7:57 PM on 03/02/2014 Permalink | Reply
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    It’s a religion that is deeply interwoven with Silent Hill’s history. But its worshippers’ fervent belief that they are among the elite “chosen people” has a dark and dangerous side.

    Joseph Schreiber
  • aomiarmster 7:52 PM on 03/02/2014 Permalink | Reply
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    Alessa’s Sick Room 

    Every single time I’ve entered Alessa’s sick room my heart dropped. From what Heather remembered… It reminded me of actual ritual abuse that exists in reality. There is a real terror, real people have been treated this way in real life. They’ve been abused and had all kinds of horrible things inflicted on them all in the name of some warped religion or some asshole wants power and brain washes people. Some sadistic cycle. And of course Heather remembered what happened to her in the sick room, what was done to her and why it was done to her.  A seven year old wanting to die.

    Part 1 
    Part 2
    Part 3

  • aomiarmster 4:32 PM on 02/03/2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Through this fog they came along Dark creatures singing a terrible song The rest of the bar laughed at him Only I felt my hope grow dim They found him dead the very next day No more stories from him, I heard them say We blame bad luck, for his fate. Only I felt terror so great. Hometown , Silent Hill 3 OST
  • aomiarmster 9:31 AM on 31/01/2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Power of the Town 

    Just what is the effect of the mysterious power of this town that was revered as a sacred place?

    The shift to the otherworld that takes place outside the town depends entirely upon a unique power. The power that absorbs and reflects what people hold in their hearts is established as being exclusive to the town of Silent Hill. – Hiroyuki Owaku

    Silent Hill was once revered as a sacred place. That power has been completely twisted over the course of history.

    Originally Silent Hill was a holy place to the area’s former inhabitants. It would seem that although the power of the town was not evil in nature, due to a number of factors including the spread of an epidemic and executions at the prison, the power that this place held was greatly distorted. Furthermore, due to the large-scale shift to the otherworld that occurred in the first game, the town has become a great catalyst for the manifestation of peoples’ unconscious minds. It appears to have become a place that beckons to those who hold darkness in their hearts.

    The materialization of the darkness that sleeps in peoples’ hearts

       In the town of Silent Hill, a power exists that gives discernible form to peoples’ innermost thoughts. As for the otherworld that appears in the series, the town is not merely showing the characters their nightmares, but actually manifesting elements of their unconscious minds.

    Those who have guilt are summoned

       Due to the appearance of the otherworld on a massive scale in the first game, the town has come to be a place that calls those who hold a profound darkness in their hearts. It seems that people with afflicted minds are easily drawn to the otherworld.

    Transcending time, minds are connected

       It would seem that in the otherworld, time and physical limitations are transcended and peoples’ thoughts are communicated. In accordance with this are the enigmatic phone conversation and Stanley’s letters in the third game, as well the director’s letters, among other things, in the second game.

    The darkness of Silent Hill transcends the boundaries of the town?

       In the third game, the otherworld appears even in the shopping mall and subway, outside of the town called Silent Hill. It is possible that this is due to Claudia’s abilities. However, if one imagines that the human mind is where the otherworld dwells and holds power, then perhaps the shift to the otherside could occur regardless of the location.



  • aomiarmster 9:17 AM on 31/01/2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Alessa’s “other mind” that was separated seventeen years ago, it is a memory that clings to this place. 

  • aomiarmster 6:39 PM on 07/11/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Offering prayers, pierce a man’s chest with a copper stake. Drench the altar in the blood which spouts red from the heart, to praise and to show loyalty unto God.
    Book: Lost Memories, Silent Hill 3
  • aomiarmster 6:27 PM on 07/11/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    Crematory Door 

    Burn the one who knows no death
    Pure, adored by those above
    No prayers within, just simple love
    And now the pining hunter
    The flames longing for his rebirth
    A distant breath within the earth
    Burn up that heavy body of his
    Make it wind, dancing in the sky
    That bottomless gut now a cloud,
    now a sigh
    The sweet blood on his laughing lips
    Now calls him to the gates of Hell
    There burns evermore that soulless shell
    Four bodies return to ashes
    Thus the door is opened
    Thus the door is opened

  • aomiarmster 5:34 PM on 07/11/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    The cult religion that operates ‘Hope House’ is known by the locals simply as ‘The Order’.

    It’s a religion that is deeply interwoven with Silent Hill’s history. But its worshippers’ fervent belief that they are among the elite “chosen people” has a dark and dangerous side.

    I intend to continue my investigation of ‘Hope House’ and the cult behind it. I’ve always believed that ‘telling the whole truth’ and showing the children the true path, is our most important duty.

    Joseph Schreiber , Hope House Article, Silent Hill 3
  • aomiarmster 5:28 PM on 07/11/2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: accident, Hazel Street, , , , Silent Hill 3, St. Renata, St. Renata College, subway, suicide   

    Fatal Accident At Hazel Street 

    At about 11 PM on the 4th, a man
    waiting on the platform at the Hazel
    Street station fell onto the tracks
    and was decapitated by the arriving
    St. Renata College-bound train.
    The victim died instantly.
    While police have not yet determined
    whether the death was an accident or
    suicide, witnesses report that the victim
    did not look inebriated and seemed to
    jump off the platform deliberately.
    The victim's indentity is still
    unknown. He wa approximately
    40 years old, 5 feet 10 inches tall,
    and was wearing a black jacket.

  • aomiarmster 4:56 PM on 07/11/2011 Permalink | Reply
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    In here is a tragedy—- art thou player or audience? Be as it may, the end doth remain: all go on only toward death. Hard Riddle Level, Memo, Silent Hill 3
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