Friday, June 29, 2012

Crystal methamphetamine use common denominator among demon-led local terror groups

About six years ago, if someone had referred me to the web page, The Truth about Meth, Witchcraft and Demons, I would have rolled my eyes, sighed in disgust and hit the Back button on my browser immediately.

Who cares? is the first thing I would have said. And, I doubt any of this is true is the next thing I would have said.

But, as of today, I have nearly 100 videos and audio recordings of not just crystal meth addicts (i.e., the gang-stalkers) committing crimes at the behest of demons (see Demon-possessed, self-professed pedophile recounts crimes against children), but, astonishingly, I also have videos of the very demons they work for crawling out of hellholes and helping the gang-stalkers commit their crimes.

In fact, the gang-stalkers even all but admit this in the recordings in these posts:
As is clear from the gang-stalkers' own words in the audio recordings in the above postings, crystal methamphetamine was the reason, the cause, and the pay-off for them when working for demons; but, to assume that is the only connection—or a requisite one—is foolish, naive, and dangerous.

The connection between crystal meth and demons is not definitive, as evidenced by my initial exposure to demons between the ages 5 and 8, which resumed at age 32 and until present. In fact, even though it had noticeably aged somewhat, I readily recognized the demon in Specter of Demon Illuminated by Light Glare from my childhood, and I was not a 5 year-old tweaker when I first met it.
The specter of a demon which I have known since age 5 reappears nearly
30 years later in the glare from a nearby table lamp
Yet crystal meth use still makes a handy excuse for the lazy and cowardly for not helping those in need, which, specifically, is anyone who is kept in the grip of demons by an addiction that may be purely physical, but is aggravated by the mere touch of a demon's hand on the head of the addict.
NOTE | When I say the "grip" of demons, I mean that quite literally, in that I have personally witnessed a demon touch an otherwise sober man's head, which immediately caused him to crave to the point of trembling. Having seen this, I now discern between good people and bad people, not on their drug use, but on their willingness and effort to do good, as evidenced by their actions and the results.
That's probably what sites like the aforementioned get wrong: they insinuate, or come right out and say, that crystal meth use is the reason for demon appearances and the like; but, based on my knowledge and direct experience, it would appear that the only thing they got right is that crystal meth is a drug used by the devil himself for his purposes; however, it is not the reason for working his purpose. It also makes a great cover for his handiwork.

In sum, the prudent will never use crystal meth to begin with, and the ones who do should not beat themselves up—or get beat up—for using, but should make every effort to relocate out of range of any demon that might be causing cravings, as demons are limited in range, and requires years to re-root in new locations—100 or so miles should do. But, if you live in San Jose, where crystal methamphetamine use is ubiquitous among all classes, races, etc., especially among working professionals in the tech industry, the civil and criminal justice system, and federal, city and local law enforcement, move east—not south or north.

That's because the Bay Area and L.A. have been saturated with demonic entities; you will not escape them going in either direction.

And, speaking of the Bay Area, here are some interesting Bay Area drug use statistics, based on both my personal knowledge and on the demonic scuttlebutt (remember: I'm in constant contact with the demon rumor mill all day and all night—even when I wake up in the middle of the night to pee):

Worst among government agencies and law enforcement (in drug use, starting with the most prevalent)
  1. Santa Clara County Office of the District Attorney
  2. Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety
  3. San Jose Police Department
  4. Santa Clara County Office of the Sheriff
  5. Federal Bureau of Investigation
  6. Campbell Police Department
  7. Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara, San Jose Division
  8. United States District Court for the Northern District of California, San Jose Division
Best among government agencies and law enforcement (in abstinence and monitoring, starting with the most vigilant)
  1. California Highway Patrol
  2. Secret Service (San Jose)
  3. United States District Court for the Northern District of California, San Francisco Division
One of the Prophesy Demons (formerly called the Voices Demons) just said, "You generally got it right; but, I would have to say that San Jose is pretty much where the problem lies." In other words, saying that the district court in San Jose did not have a problem would not be the consensus.

I agreed, but stated that it is so much less than the other places, I felt the need to put it in the "best" list.

[pause]

Argh! As usual, they're right; here's the new list (it's not fair to the clean-cut highway patrol to put them on the same list with those who are so much less disciplined):

Worst among government agencies and law enforcement (in drug use, starting with the most prevalent)
  1. Santa Clara County Office of the District Attorney
  2. Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety
  3. San Jose Police Department
  4. Santa Clara County Office of the Sheriff
  5. Federal Bureau of Investigation
  6. Campbell Police Department
  7. Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara, San Jose Division
  8. United States District Court for the Northern District of California, San Jose Division
Best among government agencies and law enforcement (in abstinence and monitoring, starting with the most vigilant)
  1. California Highway Patrol
  2. Secret Service (San Jose)
  3. United States District Court for the Northern District of California, San Francisco Division
You may ask: What's the connection between law enforcement and gang-stalkers?

Listen to the last thing gang-stalker Jon Harrington says at the end of this compilation of audio clips:

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