Friday, November 30, 2012

#470 - Demon-styled 8's popping up all the time, everywhere

The demon-stylized eight keeps cropping up, even outside of the New Moon phase:

Made out of toilet paper...Mr. Whipple must be spinning in his grave
While cleaning behind the mini-fridge...
...and while unpacking
...after cleaning behind the mini-fridge
This continues the trend discussed, in part, in Possible meanings, purpose for number 8 symbol explored and PHOTOS | Hobgoblin demons stylize number eight into a logo of sorts.

Finding it is not as disconcerting as it used to be, though; it's the times when it just falls into place, right in front of your face, that makes you wonder whether you have enough power to match (and defeat) these demons.

For example, when you squirt ketchup onto your plate, only to have it form itself into the stylized eight before the stream stops with a splurt noise that means you didn't shake the bottle hard enough; or, when you shake a tangle of cords loose, only to have them ravel themselves into the stylized eight, even when you're not shaking them anymore.
NOTE | You can see the iPod earbuds scrape a straight line across the top of my microwave, and the same earbuds spins themselves like a propeller in MAGIC | High sound volume limits Voices Demons' magic; so, even if you haven't experienced cords and strings and the like forming into shapes before your very eyes, you can imagine it happening based on what you see in the two videos showing similar things.
The twisted toilet paper, though, is somewhat of a surprise; I had no idea that even demons squeezed the Charmin. Still, the twisting of pliable fabric is not necessarily new, though, in that you may recall the way the miniaturized skull-headed demon twisted curtains into the shape of a flying dragon, as more fully explained in VIDEOS/PHOTOS | Dragons in the trees (and curtains), and as shown below:
On a day dragon imagery was popped up everywhere—even in the trees—a demon twisted curtains into the shape of a flying dragon Is the same miniaturized hooded and skull-headed demon the culprit behind the the demon-styled eight made with twisted toilet paper?

#469 - BIBLE | God calls Voices Demons fools

In San Jose, they call them, "Little Birdies." I call them Voices Demons. God calls them fools.

Let God Be True! tells us why, even though it won't seem apt to anyone but those in San Jose, me, and, of course, God:

Proverbs 29:11



A fool uttereth all his mind: but a wise man keepeth it in till afterwards.



You do not have to say everything right now. Slow down! There is a time to hold back speech to yourself – there is a time to talk and tell all. Wise men know what to do before speaking and when to speak, but fools spill everything without preparation or thought.

Fools talk a lot. They cannot keep their mouths shut. Any little thought, no matter how frivolous, no matter how unstudied, no matter how inappropriate, has to come rushing out. But a wise man speaks carefully. He does not speak hastily, or without study, or offer opinions as truth. He rules his mouth to choose wise words and wait for the right timing.

A talker is a fool. If he talks arrogantly, hastily, or loudly, he has confirmed his folly even more. A fool loves the sound of his own voice, and he thinks others should love it also. He thinks he has wisdom to share, and he thinks others are blessed to hear him. So he gets angry when he is eventually isolated due to his ignorant and obnoxious speech.

Solomon said there is a time for everything: “A time to keep silence, and a time to speak” (Eccl 3:7). But knowing the right time requires discretion and prudence, two branches of wisdom the fool has never considered. As long as he has air to breathe (and a full belly helps), he will vent his pea-sized brain through his lips (Pr 30:22; Eccl 10:12-14).

If a fool could keep his mouth shut, he might be thought wise (Pr 17:27-28). But he cannot do it, for he has never held back words in his life: he has no will nor power to do so. He must pour out foolish ideas in the hope of satisfying his agitated conceit, but it will never happen; when he runs out of things to say, he keeps talking anyway (Pr 15:2).

There is nothing virtuous about being “outspoken.” It is merely another word for a fool! It would be much better to keep those words in and let them dissolve in the bile of your liver and go into the draught. It would be much better to ask the Lord to set a watch before your mouth and to keep the door of your lips (Ps 141:3). Do not speak out!

Many things – idle words, filthiness, foolish talking, jesting, backbiting, talebearing, and slander – should not be spoken (Pr 10:18; 11:13; 25:23; Matt 12:36; Eph 5:3-5). And many words raise the probability of sin (Pr 10:19; Eccl 5:3). How much damage and pain could have been avoided by restraining your words (Pr 12:18)? Therefore, the fewer, and more carefully chosen, and more slowly spoken, are your words, the better (Jas 1:19)!

A fool’s wrath is quickly known, for he cannot keep his angry words in (Pr 12:16). A fool pours out unstudied nonsense, and worse yet, his personal opinions; but a righteous man studies before answering anything (Pr 12:23; 13:16; 15:28). A fool shows his folly and shame by answering a matter even before hearing it fully presented (Pr 18:13). He cannot rule his spirit, and thus proves himself a failure and loser among men (Pr 16:32; 25:28).

Wise men restrain their speech (Pr 17:27-28). They study before answering (Pr 15:28). They are slow to speak (Jas 1:19). They choose their words carefully and wait for the right time to say them (Pr 15:23; 24:26; 25:11). Discretion and prudence are the guardians of wisdom – they restrain words and actions until you grasp a situation clearly and can wisely choose a godly response (Pr 12:23; 13:16; 14:8; 16:21; 19:11; 22:3).

Wise men keep words in “till afterwards”! After what? After they let passion dissipate and can speak prudently (Pr 19:11; Jas 1:19). After they apply Scripture to the situation and find the godly, charitable response (Ps 119:11; I Cor 13:4-7). After they have studied for an answer with the certain words of truth (Pr 15:28; 22:17-21). After they have sanctified the Lord God in their hearts (I Pet 3:15). After they have heard a matter in its entirety, and someone has sincerely asked for their response (Pr 18:13; 25:6-7).

Samson uttered all his heart, and it cost him greatly; he could not resist the provocation of Delilah to open up and spill the beans (Judges 16:17). Yet Abigail, a beautiful woman of good understanding, waited for the right time to give her husband some bad news (I Sam 25:36). The Lord told Samuel to answer Saul only part of his mind (I Sam 16:1-3); and when in court, Paul declared only part of his relationship to the Pharisees (Acts 23:6).

Christians, to be wise and avoid folly, are to be circumspect in their conduct – inspecting all the circumstances in every direction (Eph 5:15). Their words are to be predominantly gracious, with only a seasoning of salt; and the purpose is always to be edifying (Eph 4:29; Col 4:6). Can you keep from uttering all your mind today? Can you wait until you have the right words and the right opportunity to say them? Help, O Lord.


Proverbs 16:27



An ungodly man diggeth up evil: and in his lips there is as a burning fire.



Many today love to find others’ failures. They then must share the gossip with yet others. But God and Solomon declare that such people are ungodly. Are you one of them?

If your goal is to be noble and virtuous, hate the thought of digging up evil in someone else’s life, and also hate the common desire to spread these findings. Such perverse persons are far from wisdom and success. God and good men hate these talebearers.

Wicked people love the sins of others. They look for them; they listen for them; they dig for them. They are drawn to them like sharks or hyenas to blood. They rejoice when someone falls. They hunt for sins; they eavesdrop on conversations; they snoop. They recall ancient sins. They spread the failures by backbiting, talebearing, and whispering.

A fire burns in the lips of these ungodly wretches: they must spread the sins they discover (Ps 39:1-3). The desire to backbite, tattle, whisper, and slander overwhelms them. They love to expose others’ failures. They have no conscience. They enjoy destroying peace and reputations. They are brute beasts with twisted hearts. The blackness of their souls is matched only by the blackness of their eternity (II Pet 2:17; Jude 1:13; Rev 21:8,27).

Envy, self-righteousness, and cruelty control these persons. They live in constant envy, for they resent the superiority of others. They are losers, and they can only justify their existence by destroying the reputations of others. They think themselves righteous, when they can reveal the secret sins of another, though their hearts have more wickedness than any of their victims. They are cruel without regard for the pain and damage they cause.

Solomon warned often about wicked talkers (Pr 6:12-19; 12:18; 16:28; 17:9; 18:8; 26:20-22). So did other Bible writers (Ps 52:2-4; 57:4; Rom 1:29-30; II Cor 12:20; I Tim 6:3-5). God’s repetition and emphasis tells you it is a common and serious sin. Isaiah ripped those that make a man an offender for a word or for a minor fault (Is 29:20-21). James called the tongue a world of iniquity set on fire of hell (Jas 3:6). Are you one of them?

Two lessons can be taken from this proverb. First, you should scrupulously avoid ever sharing negative information about another person unless it is absolutely necessary, as in a court case where you are sworn to reveal to proper authorities a person’s actions. Any sharing beyond this should be carefully examined as to motive and consequences, so that you will not be guilty of damaging another’s reputation or hardening your conscience.

Second, if you observe or hear someone spreading faults about another person, you have found an ungodly man. Shut his mouth with righteous anger, as Solomon taught you (Pr 25:23). Reject him from your company, as David would (Ps 101:1-8). God hates these scoundrels, and so should you (Pr 6:12-19; Ps 15:1-5; 139:19-22). Make sure you diligently try to protect the reputations and souls of others at all times. God bless you.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

#468 - CRIME | Complaint filed with NYC Bar Association against demon-allied attorney

Gil Kreiter, New York City Attorney, lied repeatedly about the status of a collections case, and, for over three months, ignored the fact that the defendant evaded service of summons
Based on the circumstances described in CRIME | New York attorney lies for demons, secretly married mother evades service of summons, a complaint was drafted for subsequent filing with the New York City Bar Association against attorney Gil Kreiter:
Complaint to the New York City Bar Association against Attorney Gil Kreiter for Negligence, Misrepresentation
To read the criteria for filing complaints in the New York City against an attorney violating rules of conduct and the ethical standards set for them, read:
How to Complain About Lawyers and Judgesin New York City For more information on the money-restricting agenda of the demonic agenda, read Demons block money-saving/making, job-search efforts

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

#467 - MAGIC | High sound volume limits Voices Demons' magic

High sound volume around a target agitates Voices Demons, and instantly provokes them to cause far greater stress to the target until the volume is lowered again. They can (and do) talk over the volume by increasing their own; but, they will stress a target continually until the noise is ceased.

Targets are never told why Voices Demons yell at them continuously while they try to listen to music, or when they are walking along a busy roadside; but, they do know that the yelling abruptly stops the second the volume is lowered.

This has consistently been the case since 2006, when the Voices Demons now attacking me first made their life-long presence known to me directly; but, until the Voices Demons started physical assaults by magic, I could not ascertain the reason.

Subsequent to their use of magic, however, I have observed (and reasonably concluded) that a high sound volume limits the effectiveness of their magic, and, in most cases, blocks it altogether. It appears also that the noise must be more than just ambient; it must be engaging or distracting to the target in order to shield them from magical attacks by Voices Demons.

Such sources of high sound volume include stereos, TVs, and headphones, over which the target has control; and, they also elevate the stress to which they subject their targets when in high-volume areas, such as roadsides, restaurants or clubs (over which the target has no control) in order to condition the target to subconsciously avoid such places.

Shadow magic amplified by target's awareness and attention
A past observation of the way shadow magic works, and, in particular, the amplified effect a targets' cognizance of the fact that they are being targeted has on such magic, may shed light on why the Voices Demons require full attention, and are otherwise adverse to noise distraction (or any other kind of distraction, for that matter), especially pervasive and insistent ones, such as music.

In MAGIC | Why some demons freeze when you see them, I wrote:
The target's awareness of and focus on the caster [of shadow magic] enhances the results greatly.
iPods afford greatest protection against Voices Demons' subliminally suggestive, hypnotic speech, magic
Even those who are not plagued by Voices Demons should listen to music as frequently as possible, as, like dreamweaver demons, Voices Demons can project telepathically, subliminally (i.e., they can influence you without your awareness).

It is this fact that explains why the left earbud on my iPod headphones used to always go out years before I could hear the Voices Demons. I must have replaced them over 20 times, and, each time, it was always the left earbud that died.

That, too, has an interesting story. The Voices Demons have long threatened—and have already taken steps—to reduce my hearing, and, in particular, in my left ear. It appears that years before I was even aware of these demons, they had already planned on the causing specific physical injuries, based on their choice of earbud to damage, and the (same) choice of ear to deafen.
NOTE | Currently, the Voices Demons are saying my failure to listen to them, work on things I like, eat food, remember happy times, etc., are the reason why they are slowly, but surely, causing a wide range of disabilities, such as the deafness mentioned here; however, it is clear now that there is no cause-consequence aspect to their abuse. Rather, it was planned long before any dialog was established between us.
Targets who choose to defend themselves against Voices Demons' attacks should be prepared to fight to keep them in working order (and to keep them, in general). For all six of the years we have been in direct contact—and for three years prior to that—every iPod I have owned has been a major source of contention between us.

Evidence of at least two of our battles over the iPod have been captured on video.

In a clip from a video made late last night, sucker demons try to prevent me from putting one of my earbuds in my ear, and, at one point, spin it in my hand like a propeller:

In Angry Earbuds, sucker demons spring my earbuds off of the top of my microwave and onto the floor, doing so to discourage the use of my iPod to "ignore my voices" [see also VIDEO TIMELINE | Angry Sucker Demons Manipulate Power Cords]:




Proverbs 29:11



A fool uttereth all his mind: but a wise man keepeth it in till afterwards.



You do not have to say everything right now. Slow down! There is a time to hold back speech to yourself – there is a time to talk and tell all. Wise men know what to do before speaking and when to speak, but fools spill everything without preparation or thought.

Fools talk a lot. They cannot keep their mouths shut. Any little thought, no matter how frivolous, no matter how unstudied, no matter how inappropriate, has to come rushing out. But a wise man speaks carefully. He does not speak hastily, or without study, or offer opinions as truth. He rules his mouth to choose wise words and wait for the right timing.

A talker is a fool. If he talks arrogantly, hastily, or loudly, he has confirmed his folly even more. A fool loves the sound of his own voice, and he thinks others should love it also. He thinks he has wisdom to share, and he thinks others are blessed to hear him. So he gets angry when he is eventually isolated due to his ignorant and obnoxious speech.

Solomon said there is a time for everything: “A time to keep silence, and a time to speak” (Eccl 3:7). But knowing the right time requires discretion and prudence, two branches of wisdom the fool has never considered. As long as he has air to breathe (and a full belly helps), he will vent his pea-sized brain through his lips (Pr 30:22; Eccl 10:12-14).

If a fool could keep his mouth shut, he might be thought wise (Pr 17:27-28). But he cannot do it, for he has never held back words in his life: he has no will nor power to do so. He must pour out foolish ideas in the hope of satisfying his agitated conceit, but it will never happen; when he runs out of things to say, he keeps talking anyway (Pr 15:2).

There is nothing virtuous about being “outspoken.” It is merely another word for a fool! It would be much better to keep those words in and let them dissolve in the bile of your liver and go into the draught. It would be much better to ask the Lord to set a watch before your mouth and to keep the door of your lips (Ps 141:3). Do not speak out!

Many things – idle words, filthiness, foolish talking, jesting, backbiting, talebearing, and slander – should not be spoken (Pr 10:18; 11:13; 25:23; Matt 12:36; Eph 5:3-5). And many words raise the probability of sin (Pr 10:19; Eccl 5:3). How much damage and pain could have been avoided by restraining your words (Pr 12:18)? Therefore, the fewer, and more carefully chosen, and more slowly spoken, are your words, the better (Jas 1:19)!

A fool’s wrath is quickly known, for he cannot keep his angry words in (Pr 12:16). A fool pours out unstudied nonsense, and worse yet, his personal opinions; but a righteous man studies before answering anything (Pr 12:23; 13:16; 15:28). A fool shows his folly and shame by answering a matter even before hearing it fully presented (Pr 18:13). He cannot rule his spirit, and thus proves himself a failure and loser among men (Pr 16:32; 25:28).

Wise men restrain their speech (Pr 17:27-28). They study before answering (Pr 15:28). They are slow to speak (Jas 1:19). They choose their words carefully and wait for the right time to say them (Pr 15:23; 24:26; 25:11). Discretion and prudence are the guardians of wisdom – they restrain words and actions until you grasp a situation clearly and can wisely choose a godly response (Pr 12:23; 13:16; 14:8; 16:21; 19:11; 22:3).

Wise men keep words in “till afterwards”! After what? After they let passion dissipate and can speak prudently (Pr 19:11; Jas 1:19). After they apply Scripture to the situation and find the godly, charitable response (Ps 119:11; I Cor 13:4-7). After they have studied for an answer with the certain words of truth (Pr 15:28; 22:17-21). After they have sanctified the Lord God in their hearts (I Pet 3:15). After they have heard a matter in its entirety, and someone has sincerely asked for their response (Pr 18:13; 25:6-7).

Samson uttered all his heart, and it cost him greatly; he could not resist the provocation of Delilah to open up and spill the beans (Judges 16:17). Yet Abigail, a beautiful woman of good understanding, waited for the right time to give her husband some bad news (I Sam 25:36). The Lord told Samuel to answer Saul only part of his mind (I Sam 16:1-3); and when in court, Paul declared only part of his relationship to the Pharisees (Acts 23:6).

Christians, to be wise and avoid folly, are to be circumspect in their conduct – inspecting all the circumstances in every direction (Eph 5:15). Their words are to be predominantly gracious, with only a seasoning of salt; and the purpose is always to be edifying (Eph 4:29; Col 4:6). Can you keep from uttering all your mind today? Can you wait until you have the right words and the right opportunity to say them? Help, O Lord.

Monday, November 26, 2012

#466 - TECHNOLOGY | Capturing and revealing hard-to-see sucker demons in a digital photo

In spite of being needle thin and only a few inches long, sucker demons can be captured with low-end digital cameras commonly found in cellphones or laptops; however, unless the shot is just lucky, any image containing a sucker demon in it will need post-processing work to reveal it.

This post provides guidelines for using Photoshop for this task, using a real-world example:
A still frame from a video of a sucker demon attached to my middle finder from my neck The same still frame with sharpening and color-correction enhancements, showing the sucker demon more clearly and its web-like formation of tendrils anchored to my neck
This technique should only be applied to non-cloaked sucker demons of the yellow kind, i.e., those that congregate in bedding and on (and in) the body, such as the one shown in this photo, piercing (and extending from) my neck:
Another photo of a yellow sucker demon, this one, piercing my neck as I pull on it from its other end... ...while another lashes me in the eye [see Sucker demon pierces my neck with tendril]
That's for one obvious reason, and for a reason less obvious. First, a cloaked sucker demon is nearly invisible. Although you can see it (sort of), low-end camera equipment will not. Second, the radiation emitted by their cloak causes the sensor component of the image pickup device in digital cameras to interpret image data improperly.

The technique
The are two parts to the method for revealing sucker demons in an image shot by a consumer-end digital camera using Photoshop, such as the one below:
First, the image is sharpened by a technique that uses the Emboss filter; then, the black and white (and gamma) levels are auto-adjusted using Levels, but only to the portions of the image masked by an inverse-selected and color-inverted luminosity mask created from the Green color channel.
  1. On a duplicate of the original layer, run the Emboss filter (Filter | Stylize | Emboss), and start with these settings:
Any necessary adjustments to these settings will vary depending on the quality of the image; however, generally, the height value ranges from 2 to 4, and the amount from 200 to 400. If necessary, adjust the angle for sharper contrast along the edges of the sucker demon.
  1. Make a new selection based on luminosity values of the green color channel (click Green on the Channel palette while pressing Command/Ctrl + Option/Alt + Shift); then, invert the selection (Select | Invert Selection):
Because the sucker demons that are generally on or just beneath the surface of the skin (and at or around hair follicles) are always of the yellow kind; therefore, the green color channel will most likely provide greater contrast between the sucker demon and the surrounding image than the other two channels.
  1. Add a Levels adjustment layer to the original layer; then, select the mask, and invert the colors (Image | Adjustments | Invert). Click Auto on the Levels palette.
In the enhanced image, above, the detail has increased over the original so much that you can see the web-like anchor of the sucker demon on my neck. This formation is nearly identical to the one seen in a still frame of a video made at a nude beach in San Gregorio  Beach, where a sucker demon attacked my head:
A sucker demon's tendril fan out into the shape of a spider's web on my scalp; this type of anchor is used when a sucker demon wants to push something away from it, in this case, my hand
NOTE | Applying this technique to video will reduce motion blur, which may be an essential part of depicting the movement of a sucker demon; using it may reduce the visibility of a sucker demon while it is moving.
Tips for capturing images of sucker demons
Sucker demons are not just small, they are also lightning fast—and, they can see when a camera is pointed at them—making a single-capture photo nearly impossible to acquire. To get a good picture, point a video camera over the surface of your skin where they are known to congregate; then, import the video file into Photoshop (File | Import | Video Frames to Layers) and trim it to clips with sucker demons. Skim each clip frame-by-frame, applying this technique to only the best stills.

Other sucker demon-related posts
For more information on sucker demons, particularly the kind that swarm in and on the human body and bedding, and to see other digital media showing them at work in and around such places, read:

#465 - PHOTO | Another new demon variety discovered

A couple of new photos taken tonight show a three-and-a-half-foot tall, white-headed and yellow-eyed cloaked and blended demon, sporting a black body suit, standing in front of a wire rack to my right:
The reflected profile of a short, white-headed demon, wearing a black jump suit (color-enhanced) The original photo was shot in the dark with a flash, the glare from which gives the photo a foggy and washed-out look
My camera was pointed at the mirror doors to my closet, which not only reflected the demon's image, but either polarized (or scattered?) the light reflecting off the mirror, allowing for the otherwise cloaked demon to be seen.
To learn how an invisible demon is revealed by light passing through it and/or reflecting onto it (versus direct light), read these posts:
To further enhance its visibility from a distance—while remaining nearly invisible close up—the demon also blended with objects of similar size, shape and color, which enhances the visibility of a cloaked demon, but only at a certain distance and at a certain angle. Up close, the objects the demon is blending with may not overlap the similar colors and shapes of the various parts of the demon's body, and, even if they do, they may not match in size.
NOTE | Blending while camouflaging allows a demon to be seen—and, therefore, sociable—while putting safe distance between the demon and any perceived danger, and while maintaining the relative security of invisibility when danger may otherwise be too close for comfort.
Unfortunately, all I was able to get were photos; when I switched my iPhone camera to the video camera, it was too dark. Usually, it's always the same. Causing electronics malfunctions is the last thing I would have thought that demons specialize in; but, when I say, "specialize," I mean it.

In fact, I'd say—if I didn't know better—that they invented all the stuff we use, and it's all designed in a way that allows for the designers to use in their ways, too, primarily, to keep us from using those things against them.

Breaking or disabling a camera is what comes to mind when I think of something evil not wanting to be photographed; but, to them, it makes more sense to make the camera malfunction as if by magic (when, in fact, I have seen with my own eyes a variety of sucker demon of the kind they deploy inside of people—we all have them—snake into my cellphone from my wrist, harden into something that looks like faded yellow, translucent wire or tube, and then keep from recording a conversation.
NOTE | They got burnt on such recordings a time or two in the past [see The web site that launched the demonic war], so I guess that's something they want to keep an eye on. Probably shouldn't be my biggest concern, though; sucker demons sliding out of your skin is bad.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

#464 - CRIME | Flee from attacker all but destroys only valuable possessions

At an intersection near my house early this morning, some guy walked up to me and took a swing—a wide, almost drunken swing, almost like he wasn't really trying to hit me at all, but if he had, I'd know it. Regardless, he missed, and didn't have much of chance to try again, as I ran to a nearby Safeway immediately after his first try.

He chased me, while shouting expletives, and here's the results:
My left hip, bruised and scraped from the fall and subsequent slide across pavement

While running through the parking lot, I had to jump over one of those flower beds where the light poles are typically installed. It should have been no problem; but, it was, in that, when I jumped into the air, I just kept going up—I'd say two to three feet higher than I meant to. On the ascent, it felt like my feet were being pushed from the bottom, but while in ski boots, in that the pressure from the lift was distributed evenly from the bottoms of my shoes, and all the way to my knees.
My left knee, scraped from the last part of the slide, when my legs (finally) joined the rest of my body
The problem was not so much that I went up a little higher than expected; rather, it was that, on my descent, my body fell, but my feet didn't. When I landed my feet were being held up in the air (like, intentionally away from the pavement). What's more is, when I stopped skidding across the pavement, my feet still felt like they were being held in the air (even though I could not feel a snag or grip).

I wasn't hurt by the impact or the skid, though, except for some bloody scrapes on my knee and hip; and, because I had been running at least twice as fast, the delay in falling, and then getting back up again didn't afford the attacker enough ground to close the gap.

The screen of my new iPhone 5 ($199; Sprint) is cracked; but, still seems to work reasonably well; a benefactor, i.e.,  the person who bought me the phone, said that an insurance policy on the phone will cover the cost of a new one (although, I think there is a $50 deductible for phones that are visibly damaged.

Like my iPhone, my MacBook Air's display was also cracked; and, like the iPhone, the laptop still works, although the screen will not do over the long term:
My only computer, a MacBook Air, was damaged by a fall during a flee from an attacker, which is visible at the top-right corner of the screen; aside from this, the laptop is working fine
Initially, I was hesitant to call police. After all, the guy seemed either crazy or drunk (or both), and he didn't directly hurt me, although I was hurt by the fall while fleeing. But, when I saw him approaching Safeway, I decided to try and find a way back home that was a little safer, and made the call to 911. That's, in part, due to the fact that he parted from a large group of people when approaching me, all dressed in black, and driving (mostly) black SUVs and the like. I don't know the neighborhood really well, but well enough to know that they were not from around here.

The dispatch officer told me to stay inside Safeway until an officer came in to talk to me; he also informed me at one point that Santa Clara officers were in the parking lot, and was questioning the attacker.

After waiting for awhile, I decided to go out and meet them in the parking lot; however, as I approached the two police cars presumably involved in all this, they drove away. And, neither of them stopped in the store.

So, I assumed that I could leave, and then I did.

An attack of some sort was expected; and, although the guy was initially friendly, I recognized it as a lure, especially after being threatened by the Voices Demons of such an attack continually, and for several months.

Although probably not related (unless there's just a whole lot I don't know), several threats of violence from people (versus demons) were sent by mail and e-mail, as more fully recounted in these posts:
Also, this is not the first time I have been accosted—or, rather, harassed—in my neighborhood, which is less than a tenth of a block from where the attack occurred. In Gang-stalkers caught on camera throwing rocks, skulking in dark, I describe an incident in which a man threw a rock at my apartment from the neightbor's driveway across the street in order to scare me; it was intended to complement one of the hundreds of noise/harassment campaigns by gang-stalkers that was in progress at the time.
NOTE | Ironically, it was the gang-stalkers that first warned of such impending attacks as far back as 2006 [see Gang-stalkers warned of upcoming violence, death by demons].
Even with warnings from both my demon and demon-directed enemies, there is nothing about the attack that suggests that it is linked to any issue presented in this blog or elsewhere; however, the fact that this type of thing never happened prior to the march of the Voices Demons motor-mouth parade through my life, which began in 2006 and continues to this day, makes a relationship a distinct possibility, especially given the much-increased frequency of such threats lately.

Whereas that relationship may be about as specious and ambiguous as you can get, another attack—involving a "working handgun with readily accessible ammunition"—was clearly demon-plotted and planned, as well as fallout-mitigated [see Night of the Gun Chase].

Saturday, November 24, 2012

#463 - Possible meanings, purpose for number 8 symbol explored

The hobgoblin demon's stylized number eight—which looks like its namesake, but is modified at the top to resemble the shape of a hobgoblin demon's hood from its profile [see PHOTOS | Hobgoblin demons stylize number eight into a logo of sorts]—is turning up frequently again, one of them as far as 2,373 miles away from where they first started appearing:
A power cord from an electric tool in a garage in Indiana was arranged into the demonic stylized eight, and was placed in my walking path shortly after a demon attack at another Indiana location
As usual, they pop up at or around the First Quarter, the moon phase during which hobgoblin demons traditionally attack [see Demons, portals most active during specific moon phases; see also Videos of demonic activity grouped by moon phase].
A laptop power cable......an electric fan power cord......and, a shoestring—is nothing safe?!
Because the practice of leaving numbered symbols in the view or path of victims is common among occult groups (such as the Illuminati), serial killers and the like, and because the hobgoblin demons do this, too [see PHOTOS | Hobgoblin demons attempt to induce insanity by blocking pleasurable experiences], I decided to look into what the number eight in particular might mean. That, plus the fact that this sort of demonic graffiti tagging has been a recurring element for me ever since the Voices Demons began in earnest their attack in 2006 convinces me that there is something there that might be useful—know thine enemy, and all that.
This "eight" requires the viewer to be at a specific angle-of-view to see it... ...similarly to last fall's rendition of the Face of Death... ...which was made out of clothes hangers hung in my closet
Demonic use of symbology terror tactics akin to gang graffiti—up to a point
Flashing numbers at a victim during a protracted attack is a common terror tactic employed by demons, and is akin to gang graffiti, probably, even to the point of marking territory, and otherwise indicating to those in-the-know the rules of engagement in that area and with the victim. With demons, the latter is more than likely, especially if the victim is engaged in dialog with Voices Demons.

But, it's not just spray painting the side of a building, or, in this case, the simple arranging of wires and cords into numbers. Whereas gangs publicly display their messages, demons make a private and intrusive display. So, the message will apply only to the victim, and it will be in their house or car or a place where access is (or should be) limited to only them and those to whom they give their consent to access.

SEE ALSO | A victim describes this tactic at work by Illuminati on In2Worlds: Number Sightings; an observer provides a fairly reasonable interpretation of these numbers from a victim's perspective on Forbidden Knowledge: The Hard Truth (Occult Symbolism Indicates Enemies Within Our Own Government).
Even then, that's still not the total effect, as demons will display their graffiti behind your back without you hearing or seeing or cause things to fall and land into a symbol or image. Imagine snuffing a candle, only to have the smoke form into a perfectly symmetrical, hobgoblin demon-stylized number 8—and, then, stay like that for a moment or two. Then, imagine being at a restaurant, where all the diners blow out their table candles at the same time, and the smoke from each forms the stylized number eight, also simultaneously.
During a hobgoblin demon "magic" attack, a USB cord falls into the stylized figure eight symbol now associated with this variety of demon
It's like that; and, that is a lot of effort. It makes sense, then, to research this phenomena at some point.

Search for meaning restricted to Google, possibilities limited to evil
Even with the extensive resources provided by the library of the Rosicrucian Order, located on the grounds of the Egyptian Museum in San Jose, I chose to conserve time by using Google instead. No more effort than that is really necessary, unless and until the meaning takes on more than what is provided online, and is thus more significant and of wider public concern than that applied by some fly-by-night occultist online.

My search was limited to definitions applied by groups that are generally considered negative or evil, using phrases such as occult symbolism and keywords such as satan[ic][ism] and Illuminati. That does not preclude a thorough collection of data, as the interpretation or definition assigned to numbers by groups purporting to practice good and those that practice otherwise are polar opposites. The guess as to what the number means, based on the data gathered online, will come from that pool, and will be narrowed based on information derived from other symbols used by the demons and their followers, as well as any expressed opinions and beliefs, demonstrated practices and behavior on the part of both demons and humans, and any other facts that might point specifically to the intended meaning.

Search narrowed based on past use of Illuminati and Satanic number-symbol systems
When the Voices Demons first announced their formerly silent, life-long presence in 2006, numbers exclusively associated with the symbology of the Illuminati surfaced everywhere—even more so than the number 8 is now; these include 000, 111, 222, 333, 444, 555, 666, 777 and 888, as well as 123, 321, 11:11 and others I am probably not remembering right now.
NOTE | Although not a number, the omega sign (Ω), also known as part of the Illuminati symbol canon, has also been turning up quite frequently, as well; also used frequently by these particular demons—which is used by the Illuminati, as well—is the number 666 [see HOME | Neighbor's house number is 666—the Mark of the Beastsee also Scary traffic count on scary day].
Information on other Illuminati-style terror tactics, as well as their prodigious use of 111, 222, 333, 444, 555 and so on—which is still used by demons today—on the web on Google.

Search narrowed further based on astrological preference for attacks
As stated, the hobgoblin demons—and many other variety of demons—attack during a specific moon phase, specifically, First Quarter. Therefore, it is likely that an answer (or a lead to an answer) can be found by referencing meanings of the number eight in the astrological sense.

The results
The results of the search were surprisingly (no, astoundingly) scant, showing only what I already knew: that every number used by the demons I'm fighting has an Illuminati and/or New World Order corollary; not only that, but they use each and every number that has been associated with Illuminati.

#462 - VIDEO | My demonic crown in the dark

The shimmering, wavy, mirage-like effect that halos the heads of the demon-possessed in San Jose, as it appears in the dark with backlighting:
A video of this effect in the daylight, as shown below, and as discussed in  SCIENCE | Sucker demons connect demons to humans for 'possession':
In the former, the light reflecting off the wall from behind me is bent by the transparent crown, which, as it undulates, diffracts light similarly to the edges of a prism; in the latter, the same principle, although, at one time, I thought it was light refracted by the heat of cloaked sucker demon.

#461 - COMING UP | Enhancing demons shot in the dark, in motion

Coming up is a image enhancement technique for revealing demons shot in the dark while the camera (or the possessed) was in motion. Here's a sample:
A modification to a similar technique for revealing demons in still frames of video shot in the dark, but specifically for frames showing motion of either the camera or the subject
The original still frame, in which my face and the demon's are blended too evenly to distinguish between the two

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

#460 - CRIME | New York attorney lies for demons, secretly married mother evades service of summons

A New York attorney lies about the status of a collections case brought by me against my mother, who, apparently, avoided service of summons after changing her last name via a secret marriage. The case was for unlawfully retaining a computer belonging to me, which contained evidence intended for use in a federal civil trial against her, as well as others who participated in a demon-led crime spree in 2006.
NOTE | See Demons block money-saving/making, job-search efforts before reading this post.

For months, New York attorney, Gil Kreiter, made assurances that an Indiana case attempting to collect a debt on my behalf was on track, stating on numerous occasions that a pending bank records search stood between me and an expected $7,000.00 pay-out. The case is merely a collections case, the original having been filed (and won) in California against my own mother.
NOTE | Most California state court-obtained judgments can be enforced in any other state without complication; however, Indiana requires that judgment creditors prosecute a separate case for collections for debtors residing in that state, if the judgment goes unpaid.
The original case was for the cost of a computer, which alleges that Ms. Bickel unlawfully retained a computer given to her for storage, and which contained evidence to be used in a pending federal civil suit against her and others believed to be working on the behalf of demon-led organized crime [see BIBLE | Fear should not be a factor for you].

Following are just two e-mails from the aforementioned attorney, in which one claims that judgment was issued.

In the first e-mail, Mr. Kreiter states that a judgment was rendered in my favor; to-wit:
Doing a bank search. Judgment docketed in Indiana.
E-mail to/from Gil Kreiter in re Bickel collection case (#2)
In the second, I expressed my concern about the amount of time that has lapsed since the rendering of the judgment, but was told by Mr. Kreiter that only a few more weeks would pass before progress would be seen:
E-mail to/from Gil Kreiter in re Bickel collection case (#1)

In a third e-mail, Mr. Kreiter once again states that judgment has been obtained in the case:
E-mail #3 from Gil Kreiter, New York Attorney, re status of collections case

In spite of Mr. Kreiter's assurances that the case was proceeding forthrightly and as expected, I decided to take advantage of my proximity to the Indiana courthouse in which the case was filed to verify his claims.

What I found was this: that the case was filed, but that it never even surpassed the service of process stage:
Case Docket in Bush v. Bickel (Johnson County, Indiana)
Contrary to assurances by attorney Gil Kreiter, the current docket proves that the case has not proceeded beyond the initial filing
Moreover, I found that the reason why service was not perfected was because the name of the defendant had changed, unbeknownst to me. The name change was (and is) due to a secret marriage, which was also unbeknownst to me at the time (see note about marriage at end of post):
Return envelope, attempting service by mail on defendant [Bush v. Bickel (Johnson County, Indiana)]
Having kept their marriage a secret, it was unknown at the time that the former Kathy Bickel was then (and now is) Kathy Feldmeier; the difference in the name was the basis of the refusal of service
Employees of the Clerk of the Court of Johnson County, in Franklin, Indiana, also verified this morning that the case has not proceeded beyond the initial filing stages, and that service was refused:
In 2008, the Superior Court of California awarded me $7,500 in a judgment against Ms. Bickel for stealing computer equipment from me, which contained evidence against her and others of her acquiescence and participation in the crimes committed against me at the hands of demon-led gang-stalkers, and which was intended to be used in a pending federal suit against the same:
Judgment Against Defendant Kathy Bickel

NOTE | The remainder of this post contains only pieces of information that will be incorporated more fully into this post at a later time.
E-mail to the referring agency, JudgmentBuy.com
E-mail to Mark D. Shapiro, San Jose Attorney and proprietor of JudgmentBuy.com re apparent misrepresentatio...

Why the marriage was kept secret
The marriage was kept secret due to the biblical impropriety of it. Apparently, my mother "put away" her last husband without him having committed adultery, which, in the Bible, means you cannot marry again. If you do, that is committing adultery, according to Jesus:
Whoever divorces his wife and marries another commits adultery against her; and if she divorces her husband and marries another, she commits adultery.
Mark 10:11–-12 

Sunday, November 18, 2012

#459 - Is a holy war against demons truly righteous?

Next week, a war of attrition will be launched against the demons of San Jose, in retaliation for having failed to police their own, and for having violated the implied terms of engagement, by which my family was accosted. Information about such will be posted to this blog shortly. Meanwhile, a reader comment is provided below, in order to clear up any similar confusion among other readers...


In between preparations that are now underway for the upcoming campaign of retaliation against the demons of San Jose, which will take place upon return to California, I ponder the implications of such an enormous and dangerous undertaking. After all, of what threat is a man next to the superior intellect, prowess, experience, and stature of the common demon?

Jesus said, "Apart from me, ye are nothing." [John 15:5] Therefore, I must conclude that engaging in a war to the death with an army of Darkness requires a surety that can only come from God.

This post attempts to procure this surety by examining what God has said about war in general, as well as identify which causes for war God would support. According to my research so far, in sum, the Bible says that:
  • God advises anyone seeking war that there is no way to stop it until it is finally concluded;
  • Jesus says to avoid war, regardless of the personal cost; and,
  • Any cause for war must be sanctioned by God for His support.
The following three sections elaborate on these points.

God: war is inexorable; Jesus: avoid at all costs
On the topic of starting a war, King Solomon, the wisest man who has ever lived, wrote:
The beginning of strife is as when one letteth out water: therefore leave off contention, before it be meddled with.
Proverbs 17:14
 Let God Be True! explains this highly relevant verse:
It takes two to fight. You can avoid or end a fight by letting the matter go. But if both pursue the strife, it will quickly get worse. Wisdom tries hard to make peace, for the God of peace calls His children to peace unless it is a matter He has said they must fight for.

Great men make peace. Great men are not childish to fight over little things. Only weak men cannot rule their spirits and give in to their pride to respond to provocation. Are you great or weak? Is there any strife in your life you should end before the sun sets?

If an opening is made in an earthen dam or dike, flowing water does not stay a small stream, but it quickly eats away at the opening and violently escapes in a flood of water. In the same way, a fight will grow quickly, if it is not ended at the very beginning.

Wise men withdraw at the first sign of conflict. If you stay and trade facial expressions, words, or blows, a small confrontation can quickly escalate into a major fight or war. A foolish retort is followed by an angry demand, getting a spiteful contradiction, leading to a  hasty accusation. Soon both parties foolishly flail at each other with words or blows.

Such fighting is neither wise nor Christian! It is easy to sense or see the beginning of strife, but who can calculate the damage in the end, especially when his emotions are ruling his mind? A wise man avoids the painful consequences of an unnecessary conflict by humbly backing down on the front end. The slight pain to his pride is nothing to him.

The conflicts or fights that wise men avoid are those minor, personal matters that can easily be sacrificed. Wise men do not back down or avoid strife for justice or truth or oppressed victims, though they do always follow the rules of wisdom in any conflict. A wise man knows the difference between things to fight for and those to walk away from.

In Solomon’s day, water was held and directed by the use of levees, dikes, dams, ditches, and aqueducts (II Chr 32:1-4,30; Is 22:9-11). Much of Israel was dry. Being an agrarian society, they depended on water. It was common knowledge that a slight opening in a dam or levee would quickly open wider by the flow of the water itself, which would quickly become a flood, very difficult to reduce or stop. A dam is much more easily preserved than it is repaired! To keep them intact, even minor breaches must be avoided.

Strife and contention grow the same way – quickly and violently – into major battles. As soon as you sense anger rising or a conflict developing, get away and avoid the person and the matter. As some say, “Just let it go.” Do not let the fight even get started. Do not answer “fighting words” with other strong words (Pr 15:1). Do not reply to strife, unless you use a soft and conciliatory answer to appease the party and end the contention.

If spouses would learn this rule, there would be no marital quarrels. If church members learned this rule, divisions in the congregation would end. If siblings learned it, you might rightly see what the Bible calls “brotherly love” and “brotherly kindness”! Peace could reign with just a little wise consideration of water escaping from an earthen dam. Every man should avoid strife to be a peacemaker, which the Bible exalts (Matt 5:9).

 Wise men, who are honorable and glorious, defer anger and pass over offences (Pr 19:11; 20:3; Ec 10:4), but a fool will stay meddling (Pr 20:3; 18:6). Righteous men know that it is pride that keeps a fight going (Pr 13:10; 21:24; 28:25); they know prudence and understanding will not let anger react quickly (Pr 14:29; 16:32; 25:8; Eccl 7:8-9).

Contentious men or women, those that like to argue, fight, or hold grudges, are like adding gasoline to a fire (Pr 15:18; 26:21; 29:22), so scorners should be cast out to enjoy peace without them (Pr 22:10; Gen 21:9-10). But peace lovers will use soft answers and turn away wrath (Pr 15:1; 25:15). Christian charity refused to be provoked (I Cor 13:4-7).

David said, “They also that seek after my life lay snares for me: and they that seek my hurt speak mischievous things, and imagine deceits all the day long. But I, as a deaf man, heard not; and I was as a dumb man that openeth not his mouth. Thus I was as a man that heareth not, and in whose mouth are no reproofs” (Ps 38:12-14). Perfect, holy wisdom!

Abraham graciously solved a property dispute with Lot by letting him choose, though he as the elder, the uncle, and God’s friend should have chosen first (Gen 13:8-9). And Gideon solved another difficult situation by gloriously appeasing the men of Ephraim (Judges 8:1-3). But Jephthah’s lack of that wisdom cost many lives (Judges 12:1-6).

In the New Testament, two conflicts were peacefully ended by appointing deacons and holding a council at Jerusalem (Acts 6:1-7; 15:1-31). But Paul and Barnabas separated from each other because they could not settle their differences (Acts 15:36-41). Weak brethren are allowed in churches, but they are not permitted to debate their personal opinions and cause strife, for church peace is far more important (Rom 14:1,17).

Jesus taught you to turn the other cheek when hit, which fulfills and expands the wisdom of this proverb (Matt 5:38-42). He did not mean a Christian should not defend his family or home, even with deadly force. He meant that ridiculously small events like being hit on one cheek give you the privilege of ending a fight by offering the other cheek!

Paul applied the Lord’s lesson by teaching you to live peaceably with all men (Rom 12:18-21; I Thess 5:14-15). Even ministers are told to reject foolish and unlearned questions to avoid the strife they cause (I Tim 1:4; 6:3-5; II Tim 2:14-16,23; Tit 3:9), for envy and related strife are from hell and have no part in a Christian’s life (Jas 3:14-18).

In small matters that cause fights, it is much better to suffer being defrauded a little than to press your point, escalate a fight, and never truly win in the end anyway! Paul taught the Corinthians, who had a fighting disposition, to end small matters this very way – to allow yourself to be defrauded (I Cor 6:7-8). Solomon, Jesus, and Paul all agreed!

To please God and obey Solomon’s proverb and follow the example and teaching of Jesus Christ, you must avoid foolish or personal contentions when you sense them rising. The strength and wisdom it takes to leave a fight is far more Christ-like and godly than pushing the issue to help it escalate into sin. It is better to choke a little while swallowing your pride to end a fight than to later choke out an apology after causing much damage.

This wisdom especially applies when a person in authority over you is offended with you. Instead of fighting back to defend yourself, admit your fault or your lower position and end it by yielding (Pr 16:14; 25:15; Eccl 10:4). There is great wisdom in learning to do this, but it takes humble wisdom. Let God’s advice through Solomon give you peace!

End a conflict today by backing down and walking away like a real Christian and wise man. Or better yet, give a gift to an offended person in order to make peace with them (Pr 21:14; 17:8; 18:16; Matt 5:23-26)? This is real Christianity and real wisdom, and God will greatly bless such peacemakers (Ps 34:12-16; Matt 5:9; Jas 3:17-18).
A righteous and holy cause for war
As the above article states, once the consequences of war are understood, God will only support the side that has the correct war must have validation from God for His support. In this case, I have proven twice over using the Word of God that the wartime agenda is both holy and righteous:
For convenience, these two articles are republished below.

Demons violate God's holy possessions: our bodies
You say your body belongs to you, God says your body belongs to Him, and demons say your body belongs to them. Who's right?

In God's plan for Voices Demons spelled out in Bible, the egregious and evil acts committed by the Voices Demons were found to be described exactly in the Bible, as were the consequences to said demons for committing them.

This post is similar, except that it pertains to demons that possess humans; specifically, it describes the consequences to such demons—as per the Word of God—as well as the consequences to men who attempt to (or succeed at) enhancing or enriching themselves by allowing or acquiescing to demonic possession.
NOTE | Many people in the Bay Area openly welcome the "gifts" (or abilities) given them by demons, in exchange for use of their bodies and minds, as well as their resources, which includes transportation, housing, and money.
Compare these examples to see the contrast between a man who is revolted and fearful of demonic possession and men who acquiesce to it:
In The most comprehensive collection of demon-possession videos in existence, the face of the demon possessing me overlaps my own terror-stricken face [see also Second "Demon in the Dark" video proves demonic possession]


In Demon-possessed, self-professed pedophile recounts crimes against children, a demon looms over the shoulder of an all-too-willing human collaborator
In Porn actor's face morphs into demon's in porn video, a porn actor revels in his ability to summon the demon possessing him, and even rolls his eyes in feigned ecstasy as the demon's face superimposes itself over his
To start, let's look at why demonic possession is an affront to God:
  1. God considers our bodies as His belongings. As was pointed out in Blanket demons possess bedsheets, humans possess clay, our bodies belong to God, not us. To-wit, 1 Corinthians 6:19 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)]
  1. God considers His belongings holy. Leviticus 27: 9, 30 teaches us that when a thing belongs to God, it is holy.
  1. God does not tolerate misuse of His belongings. The Bible teaches us that God is extremely protective of that which is His, to put it mildly. In fact, He has killed those who have touched His property, even men who were otherwise devout and loyal to Him.
In II Samuel 6:6-7, Uzzah, an old man and high priest, was killed for simply keeping the Ark of the Covenant—which God explicitly said not to touch, as it was considered His property and was, therefore, holy—from falling from a cart it was being carried on. To-wit: 
And when they came to Nachon's threshingfloor, Uzzah put forth his hand to the ark of God, and took hold of it; for the oxen shook it. And the anger of the Lord was kindled against Uzzah, and God smote him there for his error; and there he died by the ark of God. [Online Parallel Bible] 
The ark was symbolic of principles sacred to God, and what it sacred to God must be treated exactly according to His instructions. Where the Holy Spirit dwells—your body—is sacred to Him, and possession by spirits and demons is a violation of that sanctity.
If all of the scripture above suggests to you that the Ark of the Covenant and your body are analogous, ponder this: how much more importance and value on your body does God place over the Ark of the Covenant?
I'd say if he killed a man for touching the Ark—which is just a thing next to a life such as your own—then demons and men who collaborate with them are in trouble; and, the Bible agrees with me. In Proverbs 20:25a, it says:
It is a snare to the man who devoureth that which is holy.
That is to say, taking something that is the Lord’s and consuming it for your own pleasure is a sin.
  1. Demons invariably misuse (or abuse) God's belongings, i.e., the bodies of the humans they possess. See Damage to penis by demons extensive, irreparable for an example of one obscene thing that demons do to the bodies of humans; hear demons discussing this with a human collaborator in Voices demons harass visitor to my apartment.
God hates those who stir strife, anger, discord, etc.
God's plan for the Voices Demons, who continuously stir up strife among humans, encourage them to commit sin, and antagonize people on a daily basis, is pretty clearly stated in various parts of the Bible.

The most notable record of the Voices Demons' handiwork in the aforestated regard is documented in The Sunnyvale Knock (2006) web site [see The web site that launched the demonic war]; however, there are even more examples, and the results of their work can be seen or heard in a few posts on this blog such as these:
Another perfect example is from two nights ago, in which an unexpected guest, accompanying someone who was invited to my home, attempted to cause discord and strife among neighbors and other residents of my home by practically yelling a non-stop diatribe about his sexual exploits. Following is about 9 minutes of his hours-long attempt to please the Voices Demons, who instructed him on how to ruin my evening:
NOTE | Another—and more clear—example of demon collaborators talking just to annoy or frighten can be heard in SECRET VIDEO | Fake fighting, barking police arrest and "drug bust" commands by humans collaborating with demon stress-inducing aims [see also 
Voices Demons' mistake exposes Long's lieAUDIO | Voices demons harass visitor to my apartmentDemons recruit Long to taunt about homelessness they causedSECRET VIDEO | Demons instruct woman borrowing laptop to hack it].
After hearing this and reading the aforementioned posts, most would agree that God's plan is more than fitting for demons and people that have based their entire existences on talebearing, whispering, evil surmising, and cursing.

In an online article on Let God Be True!, the difference between the works (or fruits) of Voices Demons and those with love in their hearts is spelled out very clearly, particularly in this excerpt:
Love hears rumors, or even factual news of others' sins, but never repeats them; hatred craves private information and spreads it to any listeners.
It is by this very means that the Voices Demons gain persons' acquiescence and participation in such illegal activities as those described in the links above; and, insodoing, they cause others to sin, as well.

The article also describes the fate of such demons—and those who collaborate with them—that justify their behavior in this way:
Hatred of sin is holy and good (Pr 6:16-19; Ps 45:7). But hatred of others, shown by anger at personal offences, ignoring repentance, whispering about sins, and talebearing is murder in God's judgment (Matt 5:21-26). It proves a person to be without eternal life and living for the devil with a spirit from hell (John 8:44; James 3:14-16; I John 3:15).
Following is the entire article, which clarifies for those afflicted by such demons what love looks like, and what hate looks like:
Hatred stirreth up strifes: but love covereth all sins.
Proverbs 10:12


Where there is strife, there is hatred. Conflict cannot exist without hatred. And unless love prevails, the strife will get worse. Love does not fight - it covers offences and sins. It seeks peace and pursues it. It cannot tolerate strife; it tries to end it as soon as possible.
Strife, a word we do not use much today, means antagonism, enmity, discord, contention, or dispute. It is fighting and conflict. While it is godly to strive for truth against sin and error, here we have personal strife caused by the hatred of those who do not practice love.
Where there is envy, strife, enmity, conflict, or tension, all you need do is look a little deeper to find one or both parties guilty of hatred. Fighting and antagonism do not and cannot exist where each person is practicing Christian charity, or love.
But there are wicked persons, with hearts full of malice and hatred, which we all were by nature (Tit 3:3), who delight in stirring up contentions and quarrels by talebearing, whispering, evil surmising, and cursing. These profane persons have no conscience or compassion, as Ham and Shimei; and they shall receive a similar fate from the holy and just God and noble men (Gen 9:20-27; II Sam 16:5-14; I Kgs 2:8-9; Is 29:20-21).
Charity forgives sins and forgets sins, just as the Lord forgives and forgets them. Love hides and conceals sins under the same forgiving cover that Christ provides every saint. This is covering sin, and it is a rule of life for saints of the most High (Pr 17:9; Jas 5:20; I Pet 4:8). But hatred, growing from anger and pride, loves to dig up evil, spread evil reports, and create strife and trouble (Pr 15:18; 16:27-28; 26:21; 28:25; 29:22; Jas 4:1).


Can we cover sins like Joseph, whose brothers could not believe his forgiveness, even after many gifts, favors, and passage of much time (Gen 45:1-15; 50:15-21)? Lord, help us. He put the very best perspective on their horrible sin and wept over all of them. How did the Lord reward this one son of Jacob? He gave him two tribes in Israel (Josh 14:4)!
Here is a golden opportunity for child training for dedicated Christian parents. Children must be trained and corrected strictly in this matter of hatred and love, strife and peace, covering sins or spreading them. The natural antagonism and competitiveness of children creates a perfect setting for teaching love, graciousness, forgiveness, and peacemaking.
Love has many facets (I Cor 13:4-7), but our proverb emphasizes one of them - covering sins. Love overlooks offences against it; hatred gets offended, holds bitterness, or plots revenge. Love forgets and hides the sins of the repentant; hatred remembers them or spreads them to others. Love hears rumors, or even factual news of others' sins, but never repeats them; hatred craves private information and spreads it to any listeners.
Can we cover all sins, as the Preacher taught here? Peter once sought a limit of seven times for covering sins, but our blessed Lord pressed him to seventy times seven (Matt 18:21-22)! How can we stir up trouble over a few pence, when our Lord has forgiven us ten thousand talents (Matt 18:23-35)! These things should never occur among those who name the name of Christ, and the judgment of the wicked servant is just and appropriate.


Covering sins is not compromise. It is not withholding Scriptural judgment, whether in the family, church, business, or nation. The rightful authority should speedily execute judgment, where God has ordained it. But covering sins should occur when the offences are against you, where there is repentance, or you are not in direct authority.
Hatred of sin is holy and good (Pr 6:16-19; Ps 45:7). But hatred of others, shown by anger at personal offences, ignoring repentance, whispering about sins, and talebearing is murder in God's judgment (Matt 5:21-26). It proves a person to be without eternal life and living for the devil with a spirit from hell (John 8:44; James 3:14-16; I John 3:15).
What if a person says, "Oh, how I love Jesus," but they stir up trouble, do not forgive personal offences, ignore repentance, and reveal sins to others? They are lying hypocrites, for the Bible says they are murdering descendants of Cain (I John 3:10-15).
Dear reader, let us take on the character of our Lord Jesus, who came into the world to save sinners. He has no use for the self-loving "righteous," for He knows the blackness of their hearts. Let us choose to forgive and cover sins in love, so that we might easily and honestly pray, "Forgive us our sins, as we forgive those who sin against us."
Our lesson here is the basis for true peace - love. Where there is strife, contention, and tension, there is hatred lurking behind the false handshakes and lying words of murderers. It is our wisdom to live this lesson ourselves, avoid those wicked persons, and train such evil out of our children. Let us be the greatest peacemakers in the world by practicing the wisdom of this proverb. May the Lord Jesus grant us the grace and wisdom for the task.
Our lesson here is also the great gulf between the wise and foolish, between the righteous and wicked, between the sons of God and the sons of Belial. When Jesus met repentant sinners, He freely forgave them; when Pharisees see sinners, they despise them and hate God's full forgiveness (Luke 7:36-50; 15:25-32). But wicked persons shall have their day, as did the Jews. As the forgiving Lord did not forgive the Jews but miserably destroyed them, so shall these hateful, strife-causing murderers be burned up (Rev 21:8).

Here's Joyce Meyer's take on what God says about the power of words (watch the free podcast):
Satan uses peoples' mouths to bring pain and hurt; but, God wants to use it to bring joy and peace. You can build up with your mouth; and, you can tear down [with it]. You can edify and exhort; or, you can just totally deflate somebody. We can cause people to succeed by what we say to them; or, we can cause them to fail by what we say to them. What a responsibility we have! 
If you want to enjoy your life, keep your tongue from evil. What are some of the things that would be considered evil? Gossip. Criticism. Isn't it amazing how fast bad news travels? It's amazing that someone can do something bad, and within 24 hours, everybody knows it. I wonder what would happen if good news spread like that? Because there are good things going on; but, for some reason, the human flesh, apart from being controlled by God, is not as interested in telling good things as it is bad things.
Here's what the Book of James has to say about the tongue:
When we put bits into the mouths of horses to make them obey us, we can turn the whole animal. Or take ships as an example. Although they are so large and are driven by strong winds, they are steered by a very small rudder wherever the pilot wants to go. Likewise, the tongue is a small part of the body, but it makes great boasts. Consider what a great forest is set on fire by a small spark. The tongue also is a fire, a world of evil among the parts of the body. It corrupts the whole body, sets the whole course of one’s life on fire, and is itself set on fire by hell.
All kinds of animals, birds, reptiles and sea creatures are being tamed and have been tamed by mankind, but no human being can tame the tongue. It is a restless evil, full of deadly poison.
With the tongue we praise our Lord and Father, and with it we curse human beings, who have been made in God’s likeness. Out of the same mouth come praise and cursing. My brothers and sisters, this should not be. Can both fresh water and salt water flow from the same spring? My brothers and sisters, can a fig tree bear olives, or a grapevine bear figs? Neither can a salt spring produce fresh water.
Here's another article from from Let God Be True!, which describes the qualities one takes on as a liar, and the power of a lie to destroy the liar's world and the world of people who perpetuate lies:
A man that beareth false witness against his neighbour is a maul, and a sword, and a sharp arrow.
Proverbs 25:18
Do you smash, slash, or pierce others? Do you crush them? Cut and wound them? Pierce them deeply? If you ever exaggerate, lie, or remain silent to put a person in a bad light, you are guilty. You are like a maul – a large and heavy hammer. You are like a sword. You are like a sharp arrow. You hurt others painfully. Destroy these weapons today!
Similes and metaphors are figures of speech that make a comparison between things to explain or illustrate one of them. A simile admits the comparison by using comparative words such as “like” or “as.” A metaphor assumes the comparison without identifying it. This proverb is a metaphor. If it were a simile, it would read, “A man that beareth false witness against his neighbor is like a maul, and a sword, and a sharp arrow.”
Noble and righteous men always tell the truth, especially when a reputation or life is at stake. When they are witnesses in any matter, they are careful to say all they should, as accurately as they can recall it. They do not remain silent, when their word would shed light on a situation. This matter is important enough to God that the ninth commandment reads, “Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour” (Ex 20:16).
This is no light matter. When God writes a nation’s laws, perjury in court will get you the same punishment as the crime being tried, even if it is death (Deut 19:16-21). Such a wise law would help witnesses tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth! Memories would improve and consciences would be much more active. God hates all lying, but especially when another party is at risk (6:16-19; 19:5,9; Ex 23:1-9; Lev 5:1; 19:11-18).
You can smash a person’s hopes, reputation, or life, if you testify falsely against him or do not tell the whole truth. You can cut him deeply, as with a sword, if you fail to deliver him from trouble, when you know the truth about a matter. And you can fatally wound him from a distance, if you were a witness to some event, but you withhold the truth from those adjudicating the crime. A false witness is a hateful and terrible enemy to men.
You would never lie in court? Good. Would you tell the whole truth, nothing but the truth, without exaggeration or bias, about everything you know? Good. Remember that stretching the facts or remaining silent when you know more is also being a false witness.
What is your reputation? Is it always and only to tell the truth about others? Are you known for never backbiting, never slandering, never talebearing, and never whispering? Do you always put the actions of others in the best light possible? If not, start today!
Sidenote: What the Bible says it takes to wage war against demons
Or, at least what Joyce Meyer says the Bible recommends for humans (specifically, Christians) waging war against the demonic forces that be. She starts off by quoting relevant scripture:
Be strong in the Lord [be empowered in your union with Him]; draw your strength from Him [that strength which His boundless might provides].
[Ephesians 6:10] 
Put on God's whole armor [the armor of a heavy-armed soldier, which God supplies] that you may be able successfully to stand up against [all] the strategies and the deceits of the devil.
[Ephesians 6:11]
But, how are we going to be able to do that?
Be strong in the Lord. Be empowered through your oneness and your union and your fellowship and your intimate relationship with Him.
For we are not wrestling with flesh and blood [contending only with physical opponents], but against the despotisms, against the powers, against [the master spirits who are] the world rulers of this present darkness, against the spirit forces of wickedness in the heavenly (supernatural) sphere.
[Ephesians 6:12]
Let me tell you something: there's a lot of stuff going on in the unseen realm that we forget about. There's an unseen realm that is just as real as this realm that we see; and, there's godly protection there—there's angels for us—but, there's a lot of wickedness, there's a lot of evil, and a lot of demonic forces that want to come against us.
Now, I'll tell you what: you better be clothed with the armor of light; and, every time that you spend time with God, you put on Christ, and you put on that light, you put on that new nature, and the devil just doesn't know what to do with you. The light that covers you will blind him in the darkness that he lives in, if you learn how to do it.