Sunday, June 24, 2012

VIDEO TIMELINE | Demons Move Wall to Injure Hand

The original, uncompressed version of Demons Move Wall to Injure Hand is added to the Demonic Activity Video Timeline calendar on February 15th, 2012, at 7.10 AM.
A closet wall is made to suddenly dart towards my hand as I reach toward it to make my bed
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The Voices Demons cause a wall to move at my hand as I am making my bed, which was an attempt to cause physical injury, a frequent occurrence.

Notice that the bed and the wire rack do not move, and that the wire rack and wall are at different angles by the end of the walls movement.

Also notice the timing of the wall's move: it happens just as my hand reaches towards the end of the bed—just when I am in reach, just where my hand would have to be if it wanted to hit me.

Finally, notice that the camera stand didn't move with the wall, either.

I'm not quite sure why it rocks back and forth, since it's not—and never was—loose.

On February 8th, 2012, they lacerated my hand and finger with a serrated garden tool, as pictured in my Ghost Images photo album.

My other videos that show moving objects include "Moving Cord," as well as several untitled videos that show the floor and walls and furniture undulating side-by-side and rotating independently of each other.

VIDEO TIMELINE | Demons Attack at Law Library

The original, uncompressed version of Demons Attack at Law Library is added to the Demonic Activity Video Timeline calendar on April 2nd, 2011, at 1.37 PM.
The glowing left eye of one of the demons (a half-breed human) that attacked can briefly be seen as it jostles my
laptop and cellphone around while inspecting it
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When the lights went out on the empty third floor of the Santa Clara County Law Lbrary, I knew that they were coming. After all, the Voices Demons had been threateing me, as usual, since I woke up (they even woke me up a couple of times in the middle of the night to do the same), and were doing the same at the library, so I knew it was time to turn on the camera on my cellphone.

As I hunkered down at the end of one book aisle (pictured, below), I began to see the tale-tell signs of demonic presence—small creatures, flitting back and forth, ghostly images of grotesque miniature-sized men, and the ever-present specter of some demon overseer, looming 8 to 9 feet tall.

After a few minutes of this, I was rushed by one or more demons—at least that's what it looks like in the video; however, all I remember is my cellphone falling off the book I perched it on, and then, recovering from an apparent black out (dizziness, confusion, foggy headed), as I picked the phone back up.

The video captured the partial visage of this demon, which highlights some interesting biological characteristics of demons. As is typical for demons recently arrived from their realm, this one is still producing its own light. As a result, its eye and skin appear to glow in the dark (the bright white, the orange glow).

PHOTO GALLERY | Demons are all butter-fingers when it comes to cellphones

Demons don't need telecommunications equipment; they use telepathy, as well as "instant messengers"—demons who can flit from one end of the universe to the other in the blink of an eye (which, by the way, is why I think humans should entertain inter-dimensional travel—instead of space travel—because I've seen the benefits of the former first-hand).

That'd probably be why they don't use cellphones very well.

Two demons now have accidentally taken their picture when touching my cellphone.

First, it was the Spectre of Death:
The dark, shrouded visage of the Spectre of Death (like El Muerte, but worse, because at least El Muerte will kill you eventually)
In the process of trying to turn my cellphone camera off, as shown in Spectre of Death Flys into My Apartment, the Spectre of Death flipped the phone over so that the camera lens was facing it.

Second, it was the demon who attacked me at the law library:
I found this photo on my camera on February 9th, 2012, after having gone to sleep, after having acquired some terrific footage of demonic activity. Apparently, this demon did not approve of my possession of such materials.

In the future, it and another demon actually rendered me unconscious on the otherwise empty third floor of the Santa Clara County Law Library, and then examined my MacBook Air for more material it apparently thought I "just shouldn't have."

You can see him briefly in Demons Attack at Law Library; it shows the side of his face and one glowing eyeball.

PHOTO GALLERY | The many faces of the demon-possessed

Demons like to swap it up when it comes to your face, as shown in these two pictures for these two persons.

In this first photo, I put together a collage of stills from a video of an overnight guest, who happened to be possessed of demons. His face changes five or six times:
The demon-eyed face (top, middle) was the scariest
It would seem that when demons express their faces over the face of their host, it's a combination of superimposition and blending.

Here's another example:
A demon superimposing its face over its young host
As was the case when the above photograph was taken, it's not only the face that blended with the host; it was also some of its powers. On that night, this person was running up and down the sidewalk, throwing papers on cars and onto the street, presumably, with something written on them. Then, in the blink of an eye, all but one of the papers were gone, and this person vanished into thin air.
NOTE | There was a lesson in there for me somewhere; I just know it. But, it escaped me somehow. Maybe I'll have another chance to learn it in the future, however, as I am told by the Voices Demons that I will be meeting this person again, on a romantic level. I just can't see that happening; but, they are usually right, so, who knows?
The next photo is of me—not possessed, but channeling—a green-faced demon's message to another:
I do not look like this from any angle
I have no recollection of the event; but, I did capture the transformation on video, which can be seen in Demon in the Dark.

That's not the first time I've transformed in the face, either. In another video, I transform—at least, if the reflection in the mirror wasn't the mirror demon—into a Superior Court judge:
I also do not look like a 60-year old judge in the mirror; I have no gray mustache—or any mustache—for instance
The video, Judge Pennypacker or Look-Alike?, is available at vimeo.com/theoknock.


PHOTO GALLERY | How to make an invisible centurion demon visible again

It just takes a can of hairspray and a lighter to light up some demons' lives. During an early morning attack by members of the Red Horde on March 13th, 2012, I felt like I needed a way to capture what was going on in my life on camera; but, I soon realized that when the demons were cloaked, my shoddy equipment wasn't registering their presence.

That's when I decided to kill two birds with one stone—to both eradicate the demons from my apartment, and illuminate them at the same time.

In this still frame, the flame from the can of hairspray wraps around the rather large head of a centurion demon as it retreats back into the floor.
The lips, nose, cheek and chin of a centurion demon in retreat
They retreated that morning without me having to run from my apartment for the first time ever, as they had not yet adapted their cloak to sudden changes in heat (now, they all have, after I flamed three idiot demons standing outside my front window one time—apparently, they were very important [see also Cloaked demon claims trachea squeezed shut]). The flames sparked when they came into contact with their outer skin, which also turned a blue color when lingering (for you scientists out there).