|The needle-fingered demon swooped down on me from above, having posed as a t-shirt hanging on a rack|
In spite of this, I was able to capture images of his spiked glove that are far superior to those captured in the past:
|Various filters applied to the same image above, in order to assist those having difficulty distinguishing the demon from the shirt behind it|
|As I turn my head, the demon lifts his head before striking from his position on the shower-door towel rack|
|The features of his skull-like face can be seen underneath his hood, even while looking cartoonish as all demons' do when captured on digital media at close proximity|
|The black-gloved, needle-fingered demon inserts hot spikes mounted onto a black glove into the base of my skull, entering from the side||The spikes are inserted all the way to the glove; collaborators who rape victims elude to this when making them "go all the way down"|
[see The Rape of a Demoniac, Part II]
But, then, I'd point to still frames taken from another video claiming the same attack by the same demon made nearly a year ago, which show the spikes blending with coat hangers (and not just any coat hangers, but, motion-blurred coat hangers) [see VIDEO | Demon with needle-fingered black glove stabs internal organs]:
Then, I'd point to those made recently, in which the needle-fingered demon's glove rises directly in front of my similarly colored microwave, as shown in these still frames:
|The needles from the demon are blended with what are assumed the glare of light off of the surface of the microwave, which are streaked due to the camera's motion and direction...|
|...however, the needles are bent in different directions, which is not the expected behavior of streaks of reflected light.|
|Moreover, two needles going in separate directions can be seen in another still frame...|
|...which is unlikely to happen twice (as a fluke), if the needles weren't really needles|
In addition to the first video showing this demon, in which my unconscious body can be seen falling backwards into his needle-fingered, black-gloved hands [see VIDEOS | Elusive needle-fingered demon briefly captured in two videos], there is the video made from last night, in which you can see him ramming his spikes into my skull:
For an explanation of how this leaves no marks and does not cause death, read:
- VIDEO/PHOTOS | The double-headed demon (or, rotating camera reveals inner demon's head next to mine), which describes how demons can heal injuries they inflict in an instant, and even revive their dead for another kill; and,
- VIDEOS | Elusive needle-fingered demon briefly captured in two videos, which explains that cloaked objects only minimally interfere with non-cloaked objects, meaning that a stab to the head with cloaked-spike may not kill the first time, but will eventually, and could at least cause symptoms equivalent to a concussion when stabbed in the head by them.
It's probably no coincidence that the needle-fingered demon's appearance crowns a pile-on of similar head stabbings by human collaborators with demons recently [see PHOTOS | People—not just demons—taking part in repeated spikes to the brain, head, neck and vital organs]. There's more to my theory than just the timing, in that the people who are involved with the demons I've encountered have a "cult vibe."
I can't describe it better than that, but these are the things about them that I can point out that might explain where that vibe comes from:
- These people are stabbing people in the brain. You'd have to be dedicated to something weird to do that with packs of other people.
- These people do not just stab people in the brain, but do so to a very select group of men and women (porn actors, gays, people with things they want to take, politicians, celebrities, people with unusually good looks and healthy and well-proportioned bodies, etc.).
- These people hint that they are influenced by the Apocrphya, which are purported to be books of the Bible, although they are not included in any standard, commonly distributed versions
- The Voices Demons refer to themselves as luminaries, which are characters of the Apocrphya
- The scenarios (or skits) during which the Voices Demons and their human collaborators all have an Apocalypse theme.
- The Voices Demons claim that God Hates Fags are in league with the religious organization sponsoring that site, as are many other demons; the veracity of their claim notwithstanding (why bother?), the sentiment of the Voices Demons is aligned with that of Reverend Phelps' in many regards [see Voices Demons' weigh options to deprive me of freedom; see also
Demons intend to "hem up" gays now working for them].