Friday, June 27, 2014

#583 - VIDEO | VMC Hospital nurse attacks using demon as weapon

For the umpteenth time that day, I was on the receiving end of a demonic attack, this time, by a nurse at Valley Medical Center (VMC) in San Jose, California, who launched a demon on me as I sat on the emergency room floor awaiting treatment for injuries sustained from a two-day long battle with demons and their people.

A demon emerges from a plastic bag carried by a person performing the bizarre series of hand movements I have witnessed thousands of times by demon people conjuring demons to use as weapons
I was on the floor, by the way, because I needed to both use and charge my cellphone at the same time, and there were no electrics outlets near a chair. Plus, there was plenty of demonic activity to document at the hospital. So, I used my phone's camera while it charged, and while waiting for a doctor.

The demon's face as it is carried towards me
I'm glad I decided to keep at it, even while injured, because, as luck would have it, I was finally able to capture what a demon person looks like when they possess an inanimate object with a demon and launch it on someone.

This was a task I thought I'd never accomplish because the movement is so discrete, and the demon can only be seen by a video camera when either the demon or the camera is in-motion. Even then, it can only be seen by reviewing the footage frame-by-frame, and picking out only the frames that show the demon.

There's a reason why, after all this time, and after thousands of such attacks, that it took so long to get the perfect video. For one, to detect the act perfectly, you'd have to point the camera directly at the demon person—right distance, right angle—and they'd have to be unaware that they are being recorded. That almost never happens because demon people are notified of a target's every movement and thought by the demons hovering over the target (i.e., Voices Demons).

For some reason, that either did not dissuade the demon person in the video or else Voices Demons got sloppy. Regardless, the demon person had to be swinging her arm, too, for any of these two factors to be relevant to the production of this video (read why in PICS | Scores of demons found in the Jungle Homeless Encampment):

The type of attack in the video is specifically designed to be innocuous to the unsuspecting eye. Any demon can make itself quite visible to anyone. It's done this way so that demon people—and demons—can attack people in plain view of everyone else without it being detected by those who don't know what to look for. All the cloak does is help a demon person keep hidden what they are doing to others, so they can do it anywhere, anytime.
NOTE | Set the playback quality of the video to the maximum setting (1080p HD) when viewing.
The video shows but one series of hand motions that, for some reason, indicate to a demon that the demon should possess the object held in the demon person. The demon knows who to attack when the object being carried is brought near (and or pointed at) the intended target.
NOTE | The demon doesn't stay in the bag or whatever it is called into; the bag (or what have you) is some sort of anchor point for the demon to hold on to as it emerges from wherever it comes or whatever state it is in (it could be a state, not necessarily a space, is what I'm saying). It is the friction caused by the hand movements, I believe, that provides some sort of energy that the demon uses to emerge into this new state or from its originating space. It movements are also an indication to it that it is being called; in other words, the series of hand movements are unnatural (bizarre) on purpose, so the demon knows when it is actually being called, versus when the caller is simply scratching themselves.
When such a demon leaps from the object to the target, they shrink to a size and approximate shape of a large peanut shell, and turn into shadow (that is, looks like a shadow); they, then inflict pain to a targeted region of the body by crawling in and underneath clothing and skin. They can and often do enter body orifices, including the anus, nose, mouth, eye sockets, and ears. They can penetrate through the skin in order to apply injury to a bodily organ.

Demons and their people target specific areas of a victim's body over and over, a little bit at a time. They could kill you instantly or inflict the overall damage that is the ultimate goal, but, with demons and their people, that would preclude the prolonged suffering that is their primary objective.
NOTE | For a specific list of injuries demons have announced they intend to inflict—and have now begun inflicting—see People—not just demons—taking part in repeated spikes to the brain, head, neck and vital organs.
The sensation of being injured by a demon varies; sometimes, depending on what the demon targeted, it feels like the sudden onset of the flu, especially when they target kidneys. If it's your neck or lower back, it feels like being stuck with a splinter that needs removed. If it's your head, it will burn, swell and ache. If it's my neck, shoulders, or lower back, those stiffen and never gets better. If it's your heart, it will beat erratically, and you will struggle to breath. If it's your eyes, you will get double vision, and they will feel dry.

The list goes on; but, the idea is that, over time, all these targets began failing in their capacity to work properly.

Some injuries obvious, immediate
Not all injuries are sustained over a prolonged period of time, particularly, when demons need to complicate a specific act or complement a problem they have already created. Recently, demons have injured my hands and feet to make walking difficult, and to make it hard to use my hands and to make them unsightly.

Here is one of the injuries to my foot:

My toe was struck with such force that the toenail eventually peeled away from it
Here are the latest injuries to my hands:

Beneath the nails and hang nail, demons (or their people) have embedded dirt or something that cannot be washed away The nail of the first finger has fallen off; also note the redness of the fingertips, which were subject to repeated burning
Voices Demons, as usual, have threatened future violence if I seek treatment for any of the injuries they cause. This, of course, is not the first time they have made this type of threat; one similar to it was made in THREAT | Voices Demons warn against exercise, threaten severe injury.

Confrontation with police came less than one hour after posting pics of demon attack
I had been settled into an emergency room bed less than 5 minutes before two San Jose cops burst into my room and read me the riot act for this post. I watched them for signs of demonic attack, which I did not see or feel (there are more than one series of hand movements that conjure demons, and there are foot movements, as well; spoken commands supplement body movement periodically).

The conversation was a short one; but, overall, they expressed her dislike of the post, yet indicated that they were not adverse to it, being a free country and all. I don't want to speak for them where they did not speak, but I'd have to guess that any real misgivings would be that this person is—more or less—singled out from more demon people than I can count. For that reason, it looks unfair from anyone's vantage point, except for mine. That's hard to accept unless you're me, even if you disagree with demon people in general. All of this assuming, of course, that you are aware of the demon and demon people problem, which they undoubtedly are.
$666 is not the usual amount for emergency services at VMC
At the end of the lecture, I asked the cops how the nurse heard about the post. Not just how so quickly, but how at all. One of them said someone called her and told her; then, he said the hospital received a call from a concerned citizen. Then, he said it was a friend of hers. If it happened in any of those ways, I'd be amazed simply because it was after 2 a.m., and less than an hour after I posted her pics to this blog. Not only that, but I invite only people I know to have an interest in the subject; none of those people would track down that nurse, whose name is not mentioned, and whose picture isn't all that clear, for the purposes of alerting her to the post.

What really happened is that, if someone called, they were alerted by Voices Demons (or another demon); everyone, then, involved would have to know demons and, consequently, the things they are doing with people and to people. Whether those particular police officers had any connection to that, one cannot say with certainty. Guessing is not acceptable, as those things are particularly heinous.

Post-attack signature (a stylized number eight)
As usual, before, during and after their attack, demons left a sign of their signature, stylized number eight at the place where Scratchen is living now, and out of a fan's power cord:

The demons' signature stylized eight, made out of a power cord, appears towards the wind-down of the latest attack
To familiarize or refresh yourself, search this site for stylized eight.

About the designation 'demon people'
The origin of the phrase is strictly from the Voices Demons side, and I have adopted it accordingly. It's a common reference used between me and the demonic community to identify a person or group that does what you see in this post. I use it elsewhere, including on this blog, in that context only.

My opinion on the phrase is irrelevant; it is vernacular, and has no other substitutes. Still, I proffer the following:
  1. God made no demon people.
  2. God does not want people He made to become demon.
  3. Demon people are victims of delusion by demons, to be sure, but, there is a point where the person becomes completely accountable to God for their actions. If I had to guess at which point, I'd simply take a look at the person's face after they launched a demon at me:
An unrepentant face, a haughty look

Odds-and-ends, waiting for integration into the post
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