Saturday, March 26, 2016

PICS | Amputation and disfigurement of limbs by demons

In this post...
...more images that highlight one of the most bizarre facts about demonic victimization, specifically, temporary amputation of limbs and other appendages. It contains never-shown-before...

...images of human dismemberment by demons...
...having been completely dismembered at the arms (with links to images of same for legs and, let's just say, others), showing them either still removed, or having been removed clearly at some point—and, sometimes, showing those that have only been removed for about 1/30th of a second. And, the limbs shown are not just mine, as is mostly the case on the blog, but others, too—the most recent being a man from Texas, who was recently able to capture the stump where his arm used to be on camera:

A man's arm, missing, captured on cameraSharpened, with a higher contrast [see also Close-up of tendril-firing demonic hand weapon key for finding possession victims]
My arm, in the severance My finger, also in the severance

...and, of disfigurement, too
The gallery also features limbs that have been disfigured; just like with demonic amputations, any grotesque modifications discovered only come after a frame-by-frame review of video made during periods of high demonic activity, having also occurred in under a second [see Clandestine surgical mutilation uncovered via demonic-activity video filter; see also PHOTO | Camera in motion reveals demon-possessed (or surgically assaulted) guest]. Here is the same man shown above, this time, having captured some sort of mutilation to his hands:

The same man (above), this time, with mutilated handsSharpened, and increased contrasting and color correction for clarity and more accurately portrayed texture
This type of demonic activity is typically perpetrated by hobgoblin demons, who are known for little more than their unsurpassed surgical prowess and penchant for the most insidious cruelty imaginable. Not only can they amputate and reattach any body part, including heads (below), they do so to each victim repeatedly, without warning and without explanation [see Third death threat adds decapitation to penectomy; see also STALKERS | Second attempt by cyberstalkers to arrange fetishistic trick with male prostitute, propose genital amputation]; rather, they let their victims become aware of them on their own.

A reader, who, surprisingly, was able to capture on camera one of her beheadings (which, surprisingly, is the most common form of amputation perpetrated by demons against females) [see Demon people fail at attempt to use powers on their own; see also Demons, their people continue to exploit, cause suffering via open portals] 
In fact, hobgoblin demons have never once demonstrated an interest in telling their victims anything at all about what they do to them, and have long seemed content that they should discover these things on their own, having demonstrated no preference as to whether they know everything, only some things or nothing at all. They swoop in, butcher, repair and then leave—nothing more.
NOTE | This is in sharp contrast to Voices Demons, who announce over and over and over again each and every thing they intend to do to their victims—even things they intend to do a decade down the road—and who also remind their victims what they've already done to them over and over and over again.
Victims, who usually have no memory of having theirs limbs amputated and reattached, will eventually discover it all in the same way, specifically, by digital camera. Being naturally and understandably inclined to see and show what's going on, digital cameras can always be found in the hands of nearly everyone possessed or otherwise afflicted by demons. Once discovered, victims piece together the specific situations and places and times and sensations and occurrences that in simultaneous combination indicate that something heinous took place. Such include, but are not limited to, the presence of hobgoblin demons (they show up for nothing more than what they are known for), the phase of the moon (always at first quarter, whenever demonic activity is high during that period), when certain physical maladies reoccur (joint pain, dizziness, etc., which are quite different than those experienced for other reasons), and, the horny exuberance of Voices Demons, if they are/were present, which is a unique brand of exultation exhibited only whenever their otherwise unsatisfiable and insatiable thirst for blood and violence is quenched.

Also, evidence of both, after the fact
This gallery also contains images showing evidence of dismemberment and disfigurement, such as holes in the skin, scars, stitching and staples.

Everything and everyone exposed to a high-volume of demonic activity bears some sort of scarring or degradation as a consequence of exposure to the type of radiation emitted by molecules in a cloaked (invisible, permeable, weightless, and somewhat timeless) state. That goes for whether the cloaked molecules comprise a living being or piece of equipment, such as demonic weaponry; however, there are significant differences that can be detected visually. Following is an image made by the man above, which perfectly illustrates the distinction between the kind of damage done to human tissue and that to other materials:

Evidence of corrosion and pitting to non-human materials by demonic radiation
What (or who) does this kind of damage is neither hard to answer nor pin-down, but may surprise many, in that it always includes at least one human and one demon, never just the one or the other:
A demon snarls at the camera pointed over this man's shoulder, who has suffered more than his share of physical assaults at the hands of demons and the people who harbor and support them
What isn't surprising is that the victims are always human, and never demon.

Elsewhere on this blog...
...are even more horrific images of this very same phenomenon, some as recently as this year, such as those shown in The side of my face, reattached [see also Frontal cranial plate detached from head, looks like hobgoblin demon mask], and some as far back as several years ago:

Blood, still gushing from one amputation victim's leg, is shown in one still frame taken from a video made during a period of high demonic activity several years ago [see PHOTOS | Demon-possessed often victims of amputation]
Follow the links in this post to see them.

Thursday, March 24, 2016

SCIENCE | How doorknobs, mirrors and double-paned doors reveal cloaked demons

For the new and ignorant, it's hard to swallow claims of seeing demons in the reflections from things like mirrors and the like, let alone crystal balls; what makes it even harder is the claims made by people who see them in such, which usually involves a description of some sort of magical power that enables them to do so.

My eyes told me I was alone in the room, but......the reflection from this deadbolt told me I had one bogie on my right and one on my left
This post is meant to quash the ridiculousness of both persons—or at least start readers down that path. It uses someone else's explanation of how the physics of lights—not magic or lying—enables one to see demons in reflections. It is one of several attempts posted to this blog over the past couple of years to bring human education to a par with the rest of the universe when it comes to their knowledge of fourth-dimensional entities and their interaction with ours; these were met with only mild interest in the past. I'm testing the waters again to see where people are, hoping that I can be a part of a greater interest this time.

The point of making the effort, by the way, is to ensure that when shit finally cracks off (i.e., the Apocalypse—which will very much crack off, rest assured), more people will be ready to fight than not, being at least able to use some of the tools that are now in development for doing so (e.g., Chroma, etc.) with a solid understanding of how they work.
COMING UP | Finally, successful charity work; and, an update on my progress with the Chroma app.
Thin Film Interference
The emphasis of Lesson 1 of this unit is to present some evidence that has historically supported the view that light behaves as a wave. The reflection, refraction and diffraction of light waves is one strand of evidence. The interference of light waves is a second strand of evidence. In the early nineteenth century, Thomas Young showed that the interference of light passing through two slits produces an interference pattern when projected on a screen. In this section of Lesson 1, we will investigate another example of interference that provides further evidence in support of the wavelike behavior of light.
Perhaps you have witnessed streaks of color on a car windshield shortly after it has been swiped by a windshield wiper or a squeegee at a gas station. The momentary streaks of color are the result of interference of light by the very thin film of water or soap that remains on the windshield. Or perhaps you have witnessed streaks of color in a thin film of oil resting upon a water puddle or concrete driveway. These streaks of color are the result of the interference of light by the very thin film of oil that is spread over the water surface. This form of interference is commonly called thin film interference and provides another line of evidence for the wave behavior of light.
Light wave interference results when two waves are traveling through a medium and meet up at the same location. So what exactly is causing this thin film interference? What is the source of the two waves? When a wave (light waves included) reaches the boundary between two media, a portion of the wave reflects off the boundary and a portion is transmitted across the boundary. The reflected portion of the wave remains in the original medium. The transmitted portion of the wave enters the new medium and continues traveling through it until it reaches a subsequent boundary. If the new medium is a thin film, then the transmitted wave does not travel far before it reaches a new boundary and undergoes the usual reflection and transmission behavior. Thus, there are two waves that emerge from the film - one wave that is reflected off the top of the film (wave 1 in the diagram) and the other wave that reflects off the bottom of the film (wave 2 in the diagram).
These two waves could interfere constructively if they meet two conditions. One condition is that the two waves must be relatively close together such that their crests and troughs can meet up with each other and cause the interference. To meet this condition, the light must be incident at angles close to zero with respect to the normal. (This is not shown in the diagram above in order to space out the waves for clarity sake.) A second condition that must be met is that the wave that travels through the film and back into the original medium must have traveled just the right distance such that it is in phase with the other reflected wave. Two waves that are in phase are waves that are always at the same point on their wave cycle. That is, the two waves must be forming crests at the same location and at the same moment in time and forming troughs at the same location and at the same moment in time. In order for the second condition to occur, the thickness of the film must be just perfect.
If wave 1 and wave 2 meet these two conditions as they reflect and exit the film, then they will constructively interfere. As will be learned in Lesson 2, light that is visible to our eyes consists of a collection of light waves of varying wavelength. Each wavelength is characterized by its own color. So a red light wave has a different wavelength than an orange light wave that has a different wavelength than a yellow light wave. While the thickness of a film at a given location may not allow a red and an orange light wave to emerge from the film in phase, it may be just perfect to allow a yellow light wave to emerge in phase. So at a given location on the film, the yellow light wave undergoes constructive interference and becomes brighter than the other colors within the incident light. As such, the film appears yellow when viewed by incident sunlight. Other locations of the film may be just perfect to constructively reinforce red light. And still others area of the film may be of perfect thickness for the constructive reinforcement of green light. Because different locations of the film may be of appropriate thickness to reinforce different colors of light, the thin film will show streaks of color when viewed from above.
While the mathematics of thin film interference can become quite complicated, it is clear from this discussion that thin film interference is another phenomenon that can only be explained using a wave model of light.


A light wave is an electromagnetic wave that travels through the vacuum of outer space. Light waves are produced by vibrating electric charges. The nature of such electromagnetic waves is beyond the scope of The Physics Classroom Tutorial. For our purposes, it is sufficient to merely say that an electromagnetic wave is a transverse wave that has both an electric and a magnetic component.
The transverse nature of an electromagnetic wave is quite different from any other type of wave that has been discussed in The Physics Classroom Tutorial. Let's suppose that we use the customary slinky to model the behavior of an electromagnetic wave. As an electromagnetic wave traveled towards you, then you would observe the vibrations of the slinky occurring in more than one plane of vibration. This is quite different than what you might notice if you were to look along a slinky and observe a slinky wave traveling towards you. Indeed, the coils of the slinky would be vibrating back and forth as the slinky approached; yet these vibrations would occur in a single plane of space. That is, the coils of the slinky might vibrate up and down or left and right. Yet regardless of their direction of vibration, they would be moving along the same linear direction as you sighted along the slinky. If a slinky wave were an electromagnetic wave, then the vibrations of the slinky would occur in multiple planes. Unlike a usual slinky wave, the electric and magnetic vibrations of an electromagnetic wave occur in numerous planes. A light wave that is vibrating in more than one plane is referred to as unpolarized light. Light emitted by the sun, by a lamp in the classroom, or by a candle flame is unpolarized light. Such light waves are created by electric charges that vibrate in a variety of directions, thus creating an electromagnetic wave that vibrates in a variety of directions. This concept of unpolarized light is rather difficult to visualize. In general, it is helpful to picture unpolarized light as a wave that has an average of half its vibrations in a horizontal plane and half of its vibrations in a vertical plane.
It is possible to transform unpolarized light into polarized light. Polarized light waves are light waves in which the vibrations occur in a single plane. The process of transforming unpolarized light into polarized light is known as polarization. There are a variety of methods of polarizing light. The four methods discussed on this page are:
Polarization by Use of a Polaroid Filter
The most common method of polarization involves the use of a Polaroid filter. Polaroid filters are made of a special material that is capable of blocking one of the two planes of vibration of an electromagnetic wave. (Remember, the notion of two planes or directions of vibration is merely a simplification that helps us to visualize the wavelike nature of the electromagnetic wave.) In this sense, a Polaroid serves as a device that filters out one-half of the vibrations upon transmission of the light through the filter. When unpolarized light is transmitted through a Polaroid filter, it emerges with one-half the intensity and with vibrations in a single plane; it emerges as polarized light.

A Polaroid filter is able to polarize light because of the chemical composition of the filter material. The filter can be thought of as having long-chain molecules that are aligned within the filter in the same direction. During the fabrication of the filter, the long-chain molecules are stretched across the filter so that each molecule is (as much as possible) aligned in say the vertical direction. As unpolarized light strikes the filter, the portion of the waves vibrating in the vertical direction are absorbed by the filter. The general rule is that the electromagnetic vibrations that are in a direction parallel to the alignment of the molecules are absorbed.
The alignment of these molecules gives the filter a polarization axis. This polarization axis extends across the length of the filter and only allows vibrations of the electromagnetic wave that are parallel to the axis to pass through. Any vibrations that are perpendicular to the polarization axis are blocked by the filter. Thus, a Polaroid filter with its long-chain molecules aligned horizontally will have a polarization axis aligned vertically. Such a filter will block all horizontal vibrations and allow the vertical vibrations to be transmitted (see diagram above). On the other hand, a Polaroid filter with its long-chain molecules aligned vertically will have a polarization axis aligned horizontally; this filter will block all vertical vibrations and allow the horizontal vibrations to be transmitted.

Polarization of light by use of a Polaroid filter is often demonstrated in a Physics class through a variety of demonstrations. Filters are used to look through and view objects. The filter does not distort the shape or dimensions of the object; it merely serves to produce a dimmer image of the object since one-half of the light is blocked as it passed through the filter. A pair of filters is often placed back to back in order to view objects looking through two filters. By slowly rotating the second filter, an orientation can be found in which all the light from an object is blocked and the object can no longer be seen when viewed through two filters. What happened? In this demonstration, the light was polarized upon passage through the first filter; perhaps only vertical vibrations were able to pass through. These vertical vibrations were then blocked by the second filter since its polarization filter is aligned in a horizontal direction. While you are unable to see the axes on the filter, you will know when the axes are aligned perpendicular to each other because with this orientation, all light is blocked. So by use of two filters, one can completely block all of the light that is incident upon the set; this will only occur if the polarization axes are rotated such that they are perpendicular to each other.
A picket-fence analogy is often used to explain how this dual-filter demonstration works. A picket fence can act as a polarizer by transforming an unpolarized wave in a rope into a wave that vibrates in a single plane. The spaces between the pickets of the fence will allow vibrations that are parallel to the spacings to pass through while blocking any vibrations that are perpendicular to the spacings. Obviously, a vertical vibration would not have the room to make it through a horizontal spacing. If two picket fences are oriented such that the pickets are both aligned vertically, then vertical vibrations will pass through both fences. On the other hand, if the pickets of the second fence are aligned horizontally, then the vertical vibrations that pass through the first fence will be blocked by the second fence. This is depicted in the diagram below.

In the same manner, two Polaroid filters oriented with their polarization axes perpendicular to each other will block all the light. Now that's a pretty cool observation that could never be explained by a particle view of light.

Polarization by Reflection
Unpolarized light can also undergo polarization by reflection off of nonmetallic surfaces. The extent to which polarization occurs is dependent upon the angle at which the light approaches the surface and upon the material that the surface is made of. Metallic surfaces reflect light with a variety of vibrational directions; such reflected light is unpolarized. However, nonmetallic surfaces such as asphalt roadways, snowfields and water reflect light such that there is a large concentration of vibrations in a plane parallel to the reflecting surface. A person viewing objects by means of light reflected off of nonmetallic surfaces will often perceive a glare if the extent of polarization is large. Fishermen are familiar with this glare since it prevents them from seeing fish that lie below the water. Light reflected off a lake is partially polarized in a direction parallel to the water's surface. Fishermen know that the use of glare-reducing sunglasses with the proper polarization axis allows for the blocking of this partially polarized light. By blocking the plane-polarized light, the glare is reduced and the fisherman can more easily see fish located under the water.

Polarization by Refraction
Polarization can also occur by the refraction of light. Refraction occurs when a beam of light passes from one material into another material. At the surface of the two materials, the path of the beam changes its direction. The refracted beam acquires some degree of polarization. Most often, the polarization occurs in a plane perpendicular to the surface. The polarization of refracted light is often demonstrated in a Physics class using a unique crystal that serves as a double-refracting crystal. Iceland Spar, a rather rare form of the mineral calcite, refracts incident light into two different paths. The light is split into two beams upon entering the crystal. Subsequently, if an object is viewed by looking through an Iceland Spar crystal, two images will be seen. The two images are the result of the double refraction of light. Both refracted light beams are polarized - one in a direction parallel to the surface and the other in a direction perpendicular to the surface. Since these two refracted rays are polarized with a perpendicular orientation, a polarizing filter can be used to completely block one of the images. If the polarization axis of the filter is aligned perpendicular to the plane of polarized light, the light is completely blocked by the filter; meanwhile the second image is as bright as can be. And if the filter is then turned 90-degrees in either direction, the second image reappears and the first image disappears. Now that's pretty neat observation that could never be observed if light did not exhibit any wavelike behavior.

Monday, March 7, 2016

VID | How demons attack your heart

This post shows what it looks like when a jellyfish-shaped demonic entity crawls up your shirt while you're in bed, digs its tentacles into your arteries and/or veins, and then uses it bell to pump blood in the opposite direction of your heart in order to damage it (or, at least what it looks like when it does it to me). As I've said in previous posts, such as TECHNOLOGY | Filtering video for unseen demonic activity in real-time, demons are the cause of aging, injury and disease in humans, except in rare cases of gross negligence on the part of humans. Smoking, drugs, stress, high cholesterol, etc., may all be contributing factors to heart disease, but, alone, they are never attributed to an early death by heart attack by those in-the-know. If you are experiencing heart problems, you are about to identify your culprit, and how it is causing your condition.

Although demons have been threatening to give me a heart attack for the past several years now, it is only today that I can show them carrying out that threat. A four-second segment of a video made just a few hours ago shows a demonic entity about the size of a field mouse attempting to pump blood in the opposite direction as my heart. By creating a pressure against its natural blood flow, the heart will suffer stress, and that can cause damage to its valves or the circulatory system similar to the way in which high blood pressure can.

The capture was inadvertent, happening only as I rapidly panned my camera in and around my bedding, looking for the attacker I felt slither under my sheets (to explain its brief appearance). You can see the entity underneath my T-shirt (just underneath my armpit and towards my chest, and right above my heart), pumping like a heart (the clip plays four times at different speeds):

Like most cloaked demonic entities that crawl in and out and on people and animals [see Demon people steal secret recordings; see also The sinus infection from Hell], I only saw this one after watching the video; however, like most demonic entities, I could feel it (eventually). I'm assuming it is formed, in part, like a jellyfish (many sucker demons are), and used its cloaked tentacles to enter my body and veins, and then one of its "bells" as a pump; but, if that's not its usual shape, it probably looked no different than the scores of worm-like sucker demons shown on this blog, albeit morphed into a new shape.
NOTE | Sucker demons are known to stretch, funnel into themselves, compress, and even undulate to propel flight. I'm assuming if they can do those things, they can probably morph into a basic pump-hose configuration.
What I also didn't see is the entity entering my body. That could have happened in at least two ways: either by opening a cavernous hole in my side or by sinking beneath the skin as if it were made of water. Both means are shown in other videos posted to this blog at: