Wednesday, December 24, 2014

METHOD #2 | Finding hidden demons in digital media | Differentiating consecutive still frames

This isn't a post about some new picture or video showing yet another demon, nor is it about the fact that I obtained a lot of them, showing hundreds upon hundreds of new demon varieties; rather, it's about how I obtained them, and, more importantly, how you can obtain them for yourself.

As I recently found out, there are scores of creatures everywhere—not just in my clothes, house, appliances, toilet, toilet paper and wherever and whatever else is in my immediate vicinity—and that it's just a matter of finding the right means of discovery.

[once you find them, where to look section]...

[ex 1: on your person, and at different angles]...
Believe it or not, I saw the demon before I recognized who he was possessingTo better visualize the possessing demon, I doubled the canvas size (see above) and mirrored and rotated a duplicate of the image (shown right)Unlike my eyes, this demon's eyes are open, revealing his snake-like pupils

Rotating the photo reveals my profileThe original still frame from which the enhanced versions (above) were derived

Is someone you know possessed by a demon? Believe it or not, most people are to some degree; but, the futility of convincing them of this fact notwithstanding, proving it is extremely difficult and unlikely, as you can see from the elaborate requirements that must be met and steps that must be followed in order to maybe catch a shoddy glimpse of a possessing demon.

—at least until today.

Getting a clear image of a possessing demon just got easy with my chroma-masking script; just wave your iPhone video camera over your or someone's face, and the script

In Identifying demon-people assailants via chroma-facial signatures, I posted a Python script that processes dark and nighttime video, both making visible what was otherwise invisible [see Automating mapping of demons hidden in digital media] and bringing to light that which is covered in shadow. It decodes 1080p videos into a sequence of PNG files, then applies a procedure in GIMP that masks natural light, leaving only chroma (color noise); then, it encodes the PNG files into a new video. To aid in following the path and/or flow of chroma, and for identifying any shapes resembling cloaked demons, people and objects, not only is the chroma in each frame mapped, but so is the transition between still frame pairs.

Since posting the script, I've run it on a few random videos in my collection, specifically, some of those made during periods of high demonic activity, but that produced little to nothing significant. There are scores of such videos—ones where the camera is panning here-and-there-and-everywhere, at nothing in particular, in a vain attempt to capture a smidgen of the demonic activity occurring around me.

I'm glad I kept them, anyway, and I'm really glad I processed them with the script, as the latter led to a major discovery, specifically, that, with an iPhone or other HD (1080p) video camera, demonic possession is easily detectable by panning the camera across the object or person to be scanned, and the running the chroma-masking script.

The following still frame is a good example; it was taken from an otherwise embarrassingly insane-looking video, showing nothing but embarrassing insanity, and then was processed by the chroma-masking script:

Two chroma-masked still frames combined with the depth merge filter (in GIMP) reveal a possessing demonThe original still frames (133 and 134), also combined into a depth merge composite, for comparison
Comparing the difference between the chroma-masked still frame and its original source, and considering the way possessing demons appeared in all of the other "inner demon" pics and videos posted to this blog, where a possessing demons face is shown overlayed with the possessed, it stands to reason that, by removing the natural light illuinating the possessed altogether, while leaving only the chroma...


Top: Series of chroma-masked still showing possession; bottom: original still frames for comparison
Top: Series of chroma-masked still showing possession; bottom: original still frames for comparison


Still frame from a video showing the midpoint of the transition from man to demonThe first of two original still frames, blended to create the composite shown left, for comparison


Chroma seems to splash into my face (from right), washing away the man, and leaving the demon in its wake
Original still frames (128 through 131) for comparison

Just like in video made over the past three years, the chroma-masking filter gets the best results from the panning-camera/subject in-motion effect; it does a better job, too—much better. That's because the procedure in GIMP blends two frames together with such precision that, even when the difference between the two frames is vast, the result is still at least twice as good (in short, more image data, as gathered by two frames instead of one, means more to work with in terms of adding color, brightness, density, etc.)