Saturday, September 29, 2012

#416 - VIDEO | The body-hair variety of sucker demons, decloaked

In this video clip, a horde (or crop?) of sucker demons forms the letter 'S' on my chest, which turns up often during periods of high demonic activity, almost as frequently as the number eight during hobgoblin demon attacks [see also Hobgoblin demons attempt to induce insanity by blocking pleasurable experiences].
A crop of body-hair variety sucker demons, forming the letter 'S' on my chest
This video shows that sucker demons can pose as body hair, similarly to eye spider demons, which can (and do) look like a crop of hairs, all growing out of the same root:

This probably comes as no surprise to those who have seen a crop of sucker demons on my legs and arms in still frames taken from video-in-motion (see image, below); however, unlike those sucker demons, the sucker demons in the new video can be seen throughout the entire video, without requiring the camera to be in motion:
Until now, sucker demons were only seen in still frames taken from video in which the camera is panning, which, for some reason, makes cloaked demonic entities visible

In other words, they are not cloaked, and they obviously want to be seen, allowing one to assume that there is a particular variety of sucker demon that looks like body hair.

It's rare that one would get an image of this variety, as sucker demons—like all other demons—are camera-shy. As shown by the still frame above, until now, sucker demons could only seen in still frames taken from video in which the camera was panning across them at the time of recording. For some reason, video in motion reveals cloaked demonic entities visible in still frames, if the camera runs is moving at the right speed and is at the right distance.
NOTE | I'm not sure what speed and distance are optimal, exactly; but, it's rare that you won't capture a cloaked demon by moving your camera from side-to-side in a room—or even outside—in which a demon is cloaked. I'd say that the smaller the demon, the closer you have to be and the slower you should pan your camera.

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