I'm sure she knows what a demon is, and that they are bad for me and others; she is, after all, a shadow person [see LINK and LINK] and collaborator of little demon thieves, like the lipstick-stealing demon shown in LINK.
But, what I don't get is why she doesn't consider herself a victim, too. After all, the wire-fingered, brain-spiking demon possessing, which uses her hands to cause brain damage in the people around her, similarly as described in LINK, spikes her brains, too:
|The magenta-colored spatter is blood that is cloaked and/or in a time-altered state, in which wounds heal (and, apparently, cleanup happens) in an instant; it is a result of the wires piercing her head|
There are two observations that lead me to believe that she may be a victim:
- In several places in the video, she wafts her hand in my direction in order to strike, which I was not surprised to see; however, to my astonishment, it looks like, at least once, she does the same to her boyfriend; and,
- When she adjusts her hair, you can the tell-tale signs of cloaked blood spatter in three frames following one still frame in which you can see the wires extended from her fingers, reaching towards her head.
Surely, she didn't mean to spike her boyfriend; and, definitely, not herself. Demons can (and do) make the possessed perform certain hand and foot movements without their consent, and without having alerted them prior to, during or after the fact that the demon took control of them.
In this case, I believe that both have occurred. Demons are extremely jealous and possessive (the term has two meanings, if it has one, that's for sure), and it doesn't surprise me that it took a swipe at her boyfriend.
As for me, I am certain it was intentional, as they would not be anywhere near me were they not commissioned to commit such an act, i.e., brain-spiking, by other demons, namely, those I fight.
That means she is certainly aware of her ability, and how to use it (and where and when to use it for profit), just like anyone else with such an ability [see LINK].
Some may ask why a possessing demon would harm those they possess while empowering them at the same time. The answer is simple: a demon has clearly shown its disdain to the person it possessed by the act of possession in the very worst of ways; why wouldn't it hurt her like that?
To explain: Possession is the most lowdown, despicable, debasing act of degradation and disrespect that exists, and is otherwise the one true sign of a deranged and diabolical mind [see LINK]; therefore, it should be no surprise that it hates the person it possesses more than any other person. It is certainly hurting them the most. How so? Let's just say that killing a possessed person would be mercy at its greatest when it comes to possession. That's because victims of possession live their lives unaware of what they are losing—the ultimate indignity; moreover, they continue to interact with the people they love, unaware of the injuries they are inflicting on them, while trying to maintain relationships with them under a strain they are unaware of. It's like being on a dangerous drug that you react badly to, and trying to raise your children on your own at the same time. Bad memories, bad choices, etc., are imminent.
Demons know this; and, obviously, that doesn't phase them a bit.
As far as the victim having access to some of their abilities: in short, they have to let them do it; otherwise, it makes it harder for the demon to use the human to use its abilities with their bodies. Plus, they are there to do harm to everyone. So what if she helps out, even when she's hurting herself?
[insert cloaked blood-spatter pics]