Saturday, May 5, 2012

READER | High school classmate offers prayers, garners my unending gratitude

Coco Ficklin is a former classmate from Indiana, who I first met at Southport Middle School (Indianapolis), and later graduated with at Southport High School.

In other words, she knows me well.

After looking at my videos and reading my blog, this is what she had to say:
Hey! I have been thinking about you so much lately. Praying for you as well. I pray about all these demonic spirits. I pray that you can get enough money somehow to move away from all of that. It isn't healthy. Have you ever bought sage and burned it in your apartment? Thinking of you....










Coco is a well-employed worker with impeccable ethic; she is also a devoted mother and wife. These facts alone make her sentiments meaningful to me; but, considering that she knows me just about as well as anyone else—and sends an e-mail like this—blows me away, and makes me very grateful to God for wonderful people like her.

Voices Demons play keep-away with cellphone

Today, the Voices Demons played "keep-away" with my cellphone. They transported from pocket-to-pocket in my coat, and then in my laptop bag. When I finally caught it, it was in mid-rematerialization.

Prior to dematerialization, the phone emits a soft, dim flash of blue light, and feels like it is spinning, even though it isn't. When it is finished rematerializing, the spinning sensation on your hand stops.

For some reason, my cellphone has been an object of obsession for the Voices Demons, who have repeatedly altered, hacked, hidden and otherwise interfered with its use and operation on a constant basis for over nine months; now, they constantly complain when I manage my to-do list, calendar an event, or use it to streamline my media-publication workflow, and, in particular, automatic uploads of newly acquired photos and videos of demonic activity to multiple online storage servers.

Huawei (pronounced "wah-way") Ascend M860 ($139)

This comes in very handy in situations where you aren't able to backup any given video manually, say, in such as times as when you catch on video the Spectre of Death breaking-and-entering into your apartment, and then swooping up your cellphone into his bony grip, but are sleeping through the whole thing (even though you've only been recording for nine minutes) as happened to me in this video:
Unfortunately, this inexpensive phone is as vulnerable as it is convenient, in that it is easy for demons to interfere with. For example, by simply placing a hand on its touchscreen, a cloaked demon can cause immediate malfunction in a cellphone, an effect that is due not only to the nature of the cloak, but by merit of the bioelecticrochemical properties of a demon's makeup.

In order to repair damage to the phone's software caused by the demons, I eventually learned how to manually restore the phone to the manufacturer's specifications in an instant, so that I can recover from demonic interference without missing a single step.

TECHNOLOGY | Recovering from EVP-related damage to your Huawei Ascend

A demon can short out and otherwise cause malfunction in your Huawei (pronounced huh • wah • way") Ascend cellphone—the cellphone on which I made many of the 80 or so demonic activity videos in my collection—by merely brushing against the touch screen.

See:
And, if you're plagued by demons and are among the over one million owners of the Huawei Ascend, that's going to happen on a daily basis.
Huawei (pronounced "wah-way") Ascend M860 ($139)
So, here are the instructions and software for restoring it to the original manufacturer's specifications for Mac OS X users:
  1. Download the MetroPCS | Huawei Ascend Stock Recovery zip file and unzip it.
  2. Power off your Huawei Ascend.
  3. Enter 'fastboot mode' on your phone by holding down both the Volume Down (-) button and the End Call button (the rightmost button on the bottom of the phone's front), and then pressing the Power button. 'Fastboot mode' is indicated by the white screen that displays the MetroPCS corporate logo; continue holding down both the Volume Down and the End Call buttons for approximately 10 seconds.
  4. When the phone seems that it is going to stay at the white screen, plug your phone's USB cable into the phone and your Mac.
  5. In Terminal (Mac OS X), type:

    sh Downloads/MetroStockRecover/metroPCSStock-mac.sh
  6. Press Enter to run the script.
  7. When the script is finished running, unplug the phone from your Mac. The phone will reboot automatically.
Next, upgrade your Huawei Ascend to the latest version of AndroidOS that it supports:
  1. Download the upgrade files for the Huawei Ascend.
  2. Move the downloaded file to the SD card on your phone.
  3. Unzip it, and then move the dload folder from the unzipped package to the top level of your SD card.
  4. On your phone, press the Menu button, and then touch Settings.
  5. Touch SD card & phone storage settings; then, touch Software Upgrade (under the Internal phone storage label) and follow the on-screen instructions.
NOTE | Go to the product support page for the Huawei Ascend for more information and other resources.

READER | Young man's soul seeks relevance of Bible to demonic crisis

I greet criticism for all things biblical with enthusiasm; I see it as an opportunity to affirm my faith, and, if I'm lucky, set someone's thinking along the righteous path.


Here's my post that created such an opportunity for me by and through a couple of members of the Facebook group, Paranormal:
James Bush (2 days ago) Want to know my fears? Want to know what the Bible says about our ability to conquer fear? Then, go to:
http://demonicactivity.blogspot.com/2012/04/god-fear-is-not-factor-for-you.html
Here's an excerpt from Joyce Meyer's take on fear:
Life is not easy—we all know that; but, God has equipped us with the supernatural power of the Holy Spirit to do difficult things with a smile on our face and joy in our heart. 
We are anointed by the Holy Spirit for 'hard.' We don't have to have everything easy; we are not wimpy—we are full of the Holy Ghost…warriors! We have the power of God in our lives to enable us to do great things. 
Without God, we're just natural; we can't do anything more than anybody else. But, we have the super! We have the super, so [that] we can live supernatural lives, and we can do supernatural things.
Want to see me do something supernatural? Then watch this video of my hand flying off my arm in order to grab my cellphone before a demon does at: 
http://www.mediafire.com/file/1qgnp9ycydal6sd/Thing.mov
These are the comments that sparked my aforementioned enthusiasm, intermingled with my first response halfway through:
Phil Baughen (Yesterday at 2:38pm) the bible says many things, but most of it contradicts itself before the end.
Alex Nordman (23 hours ago) especially when you compare the old and new testaments to each other.
Phil Baughen (22 hours ago) even in the same book though they contradict lol
James Bush (19 hours ago) If that's the case, then I take comfort in it. After all, it would be nice to know that God is flexible in that way, particularly, considering that it appears that, in this lifetime, an intimate relationship with the person of my choosing isn't permissible.
Phil Baughen (13 hours ago) but then that would mean god isnt divinely perfect, which defeats the whole concept :S
Phil Baughen (13 hours ago) the thing i really dont understand is that your searching for answers (paranormal) and yet your not questioning your own beliefs, personally i think that would leave you open to bias thoughts. tell me im wrong.
Skeptics Vs Believers (9 hours ago) it is not what is written, but what you are capable to read
My response is a combination of my enthusiasm and experience:
James Bush (about an hour ago via mobile) I think you have me pegged in your mind as a hardline, close-minded Bible thumper, and I'll grant you it may certainly look like that; but, nothing could be farther from the truth. Rather, I am a very logical, practical man, in that, I don't care who wrote it, if I don't hear it, see it, smell it, taste it, feel it, or otherwise experience and live it, it ain't real. I don't want these things to be real. The simple fact of the matter is, however, they are real, and, as to the parts that I've mentioned so far, so is the Bible's authority on these matters.
Also, please remember—always—though, that I am not evangelizing; I'm simply telling things as I personally know them to be. You don't have to be in agreement with me or feel challenged by what I say. Instead, like all researchers or enthusiasts of things paranormal, you have to look at all of the data proffered by persons like me, and sift for what you think is useful, interesting, intriguing or entertaining to you or the science as a whole. The Devil doesn't pick only the best and brightest human minds to work his wares on; sometimes, he picks on the crazies and the fanatics, too. But, even those people can tell you the sky is blue (in other words, they can tell you the obvious); so, what trouble would they have in pointing to a ceiling-crawling demon on video and calling it scary?
Call me what you want, but this is scary by anyone's definition
As a crazy fanatic, I am saying that the things Joyce Meyer spoke of limited the knife slashes to my hand instead of my throat, as the Voices Demons have demanded others to do on at least two occasions (that is, slit my throat). Admittedly, how I got to the beliefs I announce on my blog is not well-explained, and I am not surprised by your comment. It's my fault, really, for coming across the way I do; but, it is a fault that I hope will correct itself over time via my future blog postings.
The reply to the above was:
Phil Baughen (8 minutes ago) actually im open to the bible its why i have read the different versions of it and compared it to other religions that pre-date it and share its beliefs or rather Christianity took these beliefs and altered the names.
Phil Baughen (6 minutes ago) the devil is one of the biggest contradictions.
The response to this post was:

Phil Baughen (1 minute ago) you are completely self righteous and deluded my friend, perhaps you require an exorcism because you are demonically possessed.

JUSTICE | Demon doctor also endangers healthcare of HIV-positive inmates

As if disclosing the HIV-positive status to other inmates wasn't enough, Dr. Dean Winslow, M.D., P.A.C.E. Clinic, also refuses adequate medical care to HIV-positive inmates, and uses the Santa Clara County Counsel and VMC medical staff to get away with it. This criminal complaint made against them more fully explains the situation, and also highlights the kind of retaliation one encounters when making a complaint against a demon doctor:
Criminal Complaint against Neysa Fligor and MaryAnn Barry for Perjury

Comments on this post from the Facebook group, Paranormal:
Jin WalĂ©n (6 hours ago) I think that demon doctor is just a "normal" human, there are few things that can be as evil as humans because humans do things to their own kind that demons wouldent even do to others.
James Bush (5 minutes ago) Yes, he is a normal human. That is true.
This is also true: the evil of demons is more refined than the base crassness of the evil borne of a human.
What I should have done is simply say what I saw: this doctor speaking to demons, and doing what they say to do ‎(and, liking it).
Anyway, you can read about my efforts to stop his part in a demonic scheme to endanger and ostracize the very people demons claim to have infected with a deadly virus at:
http://www.scribd.com/my_document_collections/3224715
You will find from the documents posted in that collection that my 'abnormal' observation has a very 'normal' solution, and that I enacted that solution 'normally.'
It's not all kooky upstairs, is what it is intended to show.



JUSTICE | Demons give people HIV to endanger, ostracize

According to the Voices Demons on multiple occasions, demons sometimes infect people with the HIV/AIDS virus, and then endanger their lives and/or cause them to be ostracized and ridiculed. Whether or not this is actually true is one issue, but another is what I'm going to do about it.

The first thing I did was attempt to sue a known demon collaborator, Dr. Dean Winslow, M.D., P.A.C.E. Clinic, who provides HIV/AIDS "care" to HIV-positive inmates at the Santa Clara County Department of Correction, the fifth largest correctional institution in California.

The second was to report to the Office of Civil Rights his wanton and blatant violation of the medical privacy rights of such inmates, by which he would disclose their HIV-positive status to anyone and everyone who would listen in both obvious and subversive ways.

The following letter was written by me to the Office for Civil Rights in re the violation of the HIPAA privacy rights afforded to inmates at the Santa Clara County Department of Correction by Dr. Dean Winslow, M.D.: Letter to the Office for Civil Rights for Violation of HIPAA Privacy Laws

The Office for Civil Right has denied my claim several times.

First, they said the P.A.C.E. Clinic was not covered by HIPAA rules. So, I proved to them that it was using the Privacy Notice, which is posted on this site.

Then, they tried to say that jails were different than regular medical offices. They are not different with respect to HIPAA privacy rules, and I proved to them they were one and the same.

So, after proving them wrong on every point of contention, they promised to "get back to me" with their intended plan of action, which was to formally cite the above-mentioned doctor, and to monitor compliance with HIPAA privacy rules going forward; however, neither a call nor an e-mail was sent afterwards.

Accordingly, I will continue to push the issue until inmates all across California are kept safe from this despicable practice, and are made safe by the rules of HIPAA.

P.A.C.E. Clinic is a unit of the Santa Clara Valley Medical Health & Hospital Systems, which I have linked to demonic activity three times in this blog:

In one post, I provided a photograph of an actual demon in the hospital emergency room:
The all-too-common black-cloaked, masked face of the kind of demon that operates on human bodies
Although I don't recall specifically seeing this demon, I (and many others) saw plenty of demons at VMC that day.