|The frames showing the demon as it arcs through the air (click to enlarge)|
It's not just drivers of vehicles, it's also strollers along the sidewalks. In this video, a man launches a demonic weapon, which looks like a glossy metal spike, and extends into the back of head, neck or back (depending):
In its normal form, it's probably the cord to his headphones; but, when employed as a weapon, it looks as it does in the video.
|A glossy metal spike-like demonic weapon retracts from having stabbed either my head, neck or back, before turning back into the cord to the headphones hanging from a passer's-by pocket|
The weapons, when in use, are captured by digital camera in the same manner as capturing possessing demons, which is described in PICS | Possessing demon revealed in man's eyes, hands; and, like pics of a person's inner demon, the quality of the image is determined by the proximity of the camera to the weapon, as well as speed of the person deploying the weapon and/or the motion of the camera; and, of course, as with any picture, angle and lighting. The downsides are also the same, i.e., the speed of the weapon (how long it is actually visible) and motion blur.
Because the type of radiation emitted by the weapons makes a stronger impression on the digital sensor than visible light, a demonic weapon will appear fairly sharp in the image as compared to the surrounding objects, even when the still frame is blurred by motion.
NOTE | What a "demonic weapon" of this nature is exactly, and why (but not how—I know that much already) they are activated the way they are (a specific mental effort, coupled with a specific kind of motion) is unknown to me. They feel like semi-cloaked demonic entities held inside of cloth, but with heat, and not the electricity.