Wednesday, October 3, 2012

#422 - Blanket demons possess bedsheets, humans possess clay

There is an interesting parallel between the demon spirit and the human soul: both animate inanimate matter. For demons, that's just about anything, including your dirty clothes and head-greasy pillows; for humans, it's dirt.
An ashtray demon, at work in my laundry bag, possessing clothes with demons A blanket demon, having taken possession of a pile of clothes laying on the floor A pillow demon—one of many in that pillow—taking swipes at my head as I try to rest Dirt
The animator (or Creator) makes the difference
The difference, then, is who put our (and their) spirits into those things. For demons, it's Jawa-lookalike demons, hobgoblin demons and ashtray demons, and their spirits were (and are) put in dolls made by man; for humans, it's the Spirit of God.

My source of information for demons is my own two eyes; for humans, the Bible.

I have personally witnessed on two separate occasions the animation of homemade dolls with the spirits of a hobgoblin demon and a Jawa-lookalike demon.
Oliver animates a homemade doll with the spirit of a hobgoblin demon (see links, below)
This is what I learned on each occasion:
  1. A hobgoblin demon's body can be made out of fabric that is twisted into a man-like shape. The person who did this was of Filipino origin [see note, below]; perhaps doll-making of this kind can be found among their culture. He pulled a spirit out of a glowing hole in the floor and pushed it into the doll; it animated almost immediately; and,
  2. The dolls made for Jawa-lookalike demons are designed more elaborately, in that they look like very accurate representations of these demons, except for one strange difference: the dolls have white fangs, which are made of two thin strands of fabric that hang down to the feet of the doll.
NOTE | To see someone animate a homemade doll with the spirit of a hobgoblin demon, go to Oliver Prepares Portal for Demonic Transit [see also Oliver Moves Demons between Floor and Wall PortalsSliding walls (and the uninvited guests who go through them)Oliver Conceals a Sucker DemonNaked, demon-possessed man writhing on floor helps animate, transport demons].
In Genesis 2:7:
The LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul." [King James Version]
Quantity versus quality
But, that's only the first difference. The second is how many spirits are put in each inanimate object. God meant for man's flesh to be occupied by one spirit, and Jesus later drove home that point with exorcism. It is a vile and disgusting practice to possess a man's body with another spirit in the eyes of God. It's like washing a cherry-red, vintage 1960 Ford Mustang with rocks to God. He made your body for his own pleasure and purpose; and, neither you nor any other thing touch it, because your body doesn't even belong to you—it belongs to God. In 1 Corinthians 6:19, it says:
Don't you know that your body is a temple that belongs to the Holy Spirit? The Holy Spirit, whom you received from God, lives in you. You don't belong to yourselves. [GOD'S WORD® Translation (©1995)]
On the other hand, demons will squeeze as many of themselves in a thing as possible. For example, in a bedspread at a hotel in Fremont, there were dozens of faces. Following are two of them:
A medieval-style cap on the head of a portulent-faced blanket demon (upper right)Another demon possessing the same bedspread, wearing a medieval bishop's hat
Possession and hoarding (or blending) is a demon practice
In the past, I have called this blending, but, to be precise, I should have called it hoarding. This makes more sense than blending, particularly, because it kind of goes with horde of demons.

Regardless of the term used, however, both refer to the specific form of possession of inanimate object by a group of similar or like demons (or horde) that is characterized by the creation of each demon's respective facial features using elements comprising the object, either by modifying the object itself to create a given facial feature, or by positioning its face directly over an area of the object that resembles said feature. When the object is possessed by a horde, as is nearly always the case, the re-created faces of the demon will overlap, each sharing a subset of each others' features.

Since demons see people as worth nothing more than blankets, they possess us, too. The distinction between hoarding (or blending) and possessing is not made among them. I have made the distinction in my vernacular based on the many differences we perceive between the animate and inanimate objects.

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