Right before it happened, the Voices Demons had been shouting for hours on end phrases that translate into an order to other demons to hurt me in a specific way. For example, masturbate a noggin' crunch means to inflict damage to the spine to cause (or exacerbate) neck degenerative disorder [see PHOTOS | Sucker demon pierces my neck with tendrils; pop him in the jaw means to burn the jaw in order to diminish its flexibility and weaken it.
In those two scenarios, the order is directed to hair-thin, black sucker demons, which are lodged in various cavities in my skull; upon hearing the Voices Demons' command, they snake through the surface of the skin on my neck, arch to another point on my head, and dive below the surface in order to burn something there [see VIDEO/PHOTO | Smoke trails from head where demons burn insides].
After weeks of near-constant brain spiking and organ piercing [see PHOTOS | People—not just demons—taking part in repeated spikes to the brain, head, neck and vital organs; see also VIDEO | Demon pierces skull with tendril], I can't remember exactly what phrase (if any) is spoken that meant burn my eyes, or that man to pierce them with a spiked tendril came from nowhere to spike me in my right eye. Although the damage was located internally, a green, viscuous puss, which oozed from the eye like tears, provided outward evidence of the otherwise unseen injury:
|A Voices Demon told me to look in the mirror after having ordered my eye stabbed with a cloaked needle; this is what I saw|
Blinding me, and, in particular, by stabbing my eye with needles was foretold to me as far back as 2006 by Josh, then a gang-stalker under the employ of his own Voices Demons; however, this is the first time that I am aware of that a cloaked needle was actually used.
Mostly, it's black sucker demons that are used now, specifically, to burn and pit grooves in the cornea (they have traced a perfect circle around the edge in order to blur my peripheral vision) now; past injuries were caused by other varieties of demons, as is described in these posts: