Friday, June 15, 2012

SCIENCE | Three things you never knew about a centurion demon's mouth

Here are three facts about the mouth of a centurion demon—the man-in-body, devil-in-face demons that range in height from 6' to 13'—that you never knew:
  1. When blown into your face, their breath smells similar to and acts like both an amhyl-nitrate substitute ("poppers") and nitrous oxide ("laughing gas"), but is three times the aphrodisiac; there are no side effects, though, save a broken heart that does not mend.
  2. Their thin, snake-like tongues and wolf-like teeth prevent all but the occasional whispered word in English. This is a common problem among some humans, too. For example, most pureblood orientals have "short" tongues, which makes it difficult to pronounce many English words, resulting in a very strong accent. Like parrots, they must mimic the sounds they hear in another way because they cannot, for example, touch the tip of their tongue to the back of their upper teeth to make an "N" sound, or press their lips together to make an "M" sound. Some centurion demons can speak perfect English aloud; these are usually female.
  3. Their lips are the only facial feature that looks the most human, yet they are so artistically shaped that they not only completely dominate your attention, but can be used in the absence of all other features to distinguish one demon from among many.
NOTE | My experience with demons blowing their breath in my face is quite extensive. I can say that they all smell similar; but, different. I can also say that the smell is only an aphrodisiac if it's intended to be; they will also fill a room or area with their scent prior to attacking. But, that is a slightly "hotter" and "angrier" variation of their usual smell, and causes immediate and near uncontrollable fear. (Think of the smell of an angry cat's hiss, or that of a skunk.)

VIDEO TIMELINE | Demon in the Dark

The original, uncompressed version of Demon in the Dark is added to the Demonic Activity Video Timeline calendar on January 5th, 2012, at 11.38 PM.
That profile, those teeth, and that demonic snarl are not mine (and, I was alone in my apartment)
To view this movie, use Quicktime Player, and see more clearly what media-sharing websites, such as YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook, render virtually unwatchable by and through their compression scheme that is applied to video files stored on their servers.

In this video, without warning or awareness, I morph into a green-faced demon, bark something at someone, and then turn into a red-faced imp demon, and do the same. Afterwards, as if nothing happened, I resume my computer work.

VIDEO TIMELINE | Two of Me

The original, uncompressed version of Two of Me is added to the Demonic Activity Video Timeline calendar on January 12th, 2012, at 6.21 PM.
I morph into a slightly different version of me, and then back again in mere seconds
To view this movie, use Quicktime Player, and see more clearly what media-sharing websites, such as YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook, render virtually unwatchable by and through their compression scheme that is applied to video files stored on their servers.

In this video, without warning or awareness, I morph into a slightly older, scruffier and serious version of me (in the face), and then back to a softer, younger and pensive me, all within mere seconds. A before and after picture is shown after both transformations:
Before I morph, with a thin and elongated face, as well as smooth (unwrinkled) skinAfter I morph, looking older and scruffier, and with deeper creases in the face

VIDEO TIMELINE | Flying Sucker Demon Slinks Over Lamp

The original, uncompressed version of Flying Sucker Demon Slinks Over Lamp is added to the Demonic Activity Video Timeline calendar on May 13th, 2012, at 7.06 AM.
A sucker demon slowly slinks over a lamp in order to avoid detection (and retaliation)
To view this movie, use Quicktime Player, and see more clearly what media-sharing websites, such as YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook, render virtually unwatchable by and through their compression scheme that is applied to video files stored on their servers.

In this video, a sucker demon slowly slinks over the top of a table lamp, hoping to avoid retaliation by flames for having assisted the Red Horde in their early morning attack.

BIBLE | Smile while you vanquish demons

God says that a good attitude is key to fighting demons (or the like).

In "God's Answer for Weariness," Joyce Meyer speaks on one's attitude during a storm such as that presented by a horde of demons, and she speaks on the importance of recognizing and maintaining one's control over your attitude while weathering said storm.

To help with this, she says, we have a couple of promises from God that we can keep in mind:

He gives power to the faint and weary, and to him who has no might. He increases strength [causing it to multiply and making it to abound].
- Isaiah 40:29

But those who wait for the Lord shall change and renew their strength and power; they shall lift their wings and mount up [close to God] as eagles; they shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not faint.
- Isaiah 40:31

Here's what she had to say about the last verse, and, in particular, the 'eagle' analogy in Isaiah 40:31:
You have to understand something about eagles before you can fully appreciate this verse.
Eagles have tunnel vision, [and] I believe that we do, too, in a certain way of speaking. 
They can see a storm coming a long way off. Well, they don't run; [but], now, chickens in a chicken yard, they see a storm coming, they scurry around and kick up the dirt and run for the chicken house with all the other chickens.
Joyce Meyer's impression of an eagle weathering life's storms
But, not an eagle. An eagle takes advantage of the storm and waits for it. Now, what happens when a storm hits them—they're ready—it bounces them up. They're lifted up! The downdraft—or whatever it is—the storm [lifts them up], and they just fly around up there in the sun, and look down at the silly thing, and they've actually used it to lift them up higher. 
Now, yes, God does permit storms in our lives; but, he only allows hard things to come into our lives if it's intended to work out for our good, and to ultimately lift us up higher and make us stronger.
Now, you might ask, "Yeah, but did God have demon fighting in mind as a source of weariness when He made those promises? It sounds like to me that you're just trying to make a couple of Bible verses fit your situation."

The answer:

Satan will seek to wear out the saints of the Most High God.
- Daniel 7:25