A note about demon idiom. Demon idiom is mostly defined the same as its human counterpart, in that it describes any phrase or statement that amends, modifies, replaces or otherwise substitutes the meaning intended by the words that originally comprised them with words that obscure the meaning to all but the speaker and the listener. Interpretation of the new meaning relies on context, and is entirely dependent on a shared framework of knowledge and/or experience between the speaker and the listener, a commonality that the speaker presumes of the listener. With demons, "you'd have to be there to get it" is taken to a new level of meaning, in that demon idiom sounds more like riddles than word twists, especially to persons they know to be without the knowledge necessary for interpretation, which, by the way, is a show of outward disrespect. When spoken in the presence of such a person—but not directed to that person, rather, another conversant—it is usually to communicate information that is sensitive to privacy concerns; however, even still, this is not what humans call rude or impolite as a speaker ignorant of their manners, but is a show of disrespect intended towards anyone who would overhear.Demon idiom is often spiced with double negatives, and can affect an intention to foster the concept of a difference in social class between the speaker and the listener (the listener being presumed to be a member of a class somewhere beneath the speaker). Double negatives are added to demon idiom most frequently to express and add a flavor of anger to it, primarily by taxing the listener's ease of comprehension. Nearly any sentence that does not use the word not (or any other word that implies the negative) can be reworded by adding not twice in the appropriate places, even though it is not done for all reasons grammarian; however, because so much of demon idiom uses double negatives, and even more of it is modifiable in that way, persons with long-term histories of participating in demonic conversation find little difficulty in understanding them and in speaking them; however, regardless of whether the listener is unseasoned or veteran demon talkers, double negatives make demon idiom no less and no more interpretable.
There are commonly used phrases that are spoken among demons that is not idiom; they are just common, and sound as if they originate from a culture that heavily employs their own brand of idiom. Although, technically, such phrases are not the same as idiom, I refer to both as demon idiom when used on this blog. After all, they are purely demon in origin, and used about as often, and are often blended with an idiomatic clause to form a hybrid of native speech and idiom.
If my definition fails to suffice, here's one from Wikipedia.org:
An idiom (Latin: idioma, "special property", from Greek: ἰδίωμα – idíōma, "special feature, special phrasing, a peculiarity", f. Greek: ἴδιος – ídios, "one’s own") is a phrase or a fixed expression that has a figurative, or sometimes literal, meaning. Categorized as formulaic language, an idiom's figurative meaning is different from the literal meaning. There are thousands of idioms, occurring frequently in all languages. It is estimated that there are at least twenty-five thousand idiomatic expressions in the English language.
What kind of faggot are you? is actually not a bad question if you're gay (or considered gay by demons and their people). Believe this: if that's you, you are certain to have the designation of faggot; but, it's the kind of faggot you are designated that determines your conversation and interaction with them. To be a cogent faggot—if my understanding is correct—means to have a degree of functional acceptance by demons and heterosexual collaborators.
Those who apply and use the labels also have qualifiers among them, but these differ in one key respect: there is no cap on the amount of esteem one can achieve. They tend to be related to one's power and contribution to the group; qualifiers that apply to faggots, on the other hand, merely indicate whether they are a target or not. This is made clear by the fact that, regardless of the qualifier, a faggot always bears that very label.
Although cogent faggot has been frequently overheard for a number of years, it was not until a second qualifier—prosecutorial faggot—was overheard that shaped my understanding, and made me aware of the mechanics of this particular system of labeling. The strategy against a prosecutorial faggot is to imprison them for any reason, and to constantly threaten and makes attempts to do so by involving police complicit with the demonic agenda. This blog documents many of the experiences most prosecutorial faggots endure, in fact; but, also demonstrates what it means to bring God in tow—demon idiom for describing the cause of the consequences of messing with a man who has a loving and merciful God, who eschews evil and upholds justice, on his side.
By the way, this pattern of general-descriptor-with-specific-qualifier is applied to various other contexts, as well. For example, insane persons can be described in two ways, both relating to the cause, and both implying the acceptance (for now) or the rejection (right now); there is 1) understandably insane (meaning that the person's insanity stemmed from circumstances outside of their control, and absent the intent or actions by demons and their human collaborators that cause insanity; and, 2) insane with rage (meaning that the person's insanity stemmed from the actions intended to cause them by demons and their human collaborators).
Cloaked demons emit ionizing radiation, which is deadly to life on Earth. This was discovered while formulating ways to capture better images of cloaked demons with a digital imaging sensor. Using the myriad of images acquired during periods of high demonic activity over the past six years, it was determined that the best, clearest images of cloaked demons were made whenever visible light was reduced, either by a darkened room or by panning a camera while making video (objects in motion-blurred images are always dimmer than they would be in images made while the camera was stationary, evidencing a reduction in the amount of visible light imprinting the camera sensor). Post-processing images of cloaked demons showed that the light from cloaked demons was strongest in the blue channel.
NOTE | There are imaging sensors that can visualize invisible, ultraviolet radiation [example]; although I haven't tested any, I'm sure they can render images of cloaked demons at least as well as the imaging sensors in digital cameras.From these two observations, it was concluded that the relatively dimmer light from cloaked demons is overpowered by the much brighter natural light visible to humans; it was also concluded that the cloaks emit at least extreme ultraviolet radiation, which is just below the radiation that human eyes detect as the color blue. It is possible that they also emit soft and hard X-rays and gamma rays:
|Extreme ultraviolet is classified as ionizing radiation, which is harmful to humans|
NOTE | A survey of the health-over-time factor for those who spend inordinate amounts of time in the presence of cloaked demons—whether aware or unaware, whether intentional or otherwise—showed a visible diminishing of their health as indicated by external symptoms, all suggesting repeated exposure to ionizing radiation. During periods of high demonic activity, a demon's cloak leads to ARS in nearly every person exposed.
The word, anger, when used by demons and their people within the context of the culling of the human population (The Exclusion), means killing or death. It is most commonly used in these ways: an anger management ritual involve a mobbing of victims by both demons and their people, who bombard them with demonic weapons in a public setting for days on end; a demon or person with anger issues for a victim implies the means, the intent and the consent by their peers to injure the victim in ways that will eventually, if not immediately, lead to their death; anger management concerns label and warn of actions that the victim may have at their disposal to either protect or defend themselves, or retaliate, in like form; stupid people make us angry is a threat (with the ability and intention to carry it out) to cause debilitating brain injury to a victim, and then to kill them slowly using demonic weapons, as well as conventional means.
Anger also is used to describe the signs of physical and mental injuries caused by demons and their people as a part of The Exclusion. Someone who looks angry means someone who bears the marks of specific types of inflictions of injuries; when a demon or person is said to have anger for someone or has had anger for someone, it means that they have and intend to use (or had and used) the types of demonic weapons and other means provided by demons to inflict these injuries. When a demon or person says they're not as angry as they want or need to be, it means they intend (or wish) to acquire such weapons and/or means in the future, and already have in mind a specific target.
We don't mess around is another idiom used by demons that it is also associated with killing and death, but is used in quite different contexts. Anger is always associated with the joint effort by otherwise disparate groups of demons participating in a combined campaign of wide-spread and systematic murder, i.e. The Exclusion; by contrast, "not messing around" pertains to the (usually) murder of a single (or few) individual(s) by a given group for the purposes of the group, which may involve planning, but never preplanning, and is often justified as a response to a perceived provocation, such as an offensive act or violation of arbitrary and contrived (or an arbitrary and contrived violation of) turf law.
If you've ever been overwhelmed by a paralyzing fear during a nightmare, perhaps while a creature of some kind crept up on you from behind—the kind of fear that cripples your legs, and wakes you up from a dead sleep, trembling uncontrollably—you've actually had an encounter with a demon, and not a nightmare; but, while the encounter was, in fact, real, the fear, however, was not. It is a projection from the mind of a demon into yours; you are being made to feel that way. They can do it while you're awake or asleep, too. Some demons carry devices capable of projecting fear [see Demons exploit children's fear of the dark and monsters and physical abuse by parents ]. I don't know what they call a demon's ability to project fear at or into a person, but I have heard how they rate or measure or qualify it. The degree or intensity of the fear a demon can project is called fear factor. As far as I can tell, there's no units of measurement associated with it; but, if there was, it'd probably be in percentages. "That demon has a fear factor of 101," is said of demons that can project a fear that paralyzes even other demons, and which exceeds the maximum amount (100%) of what is conceivable (in exaggerated terms).
The idiom used by demons and their people to describe crimes they commit against people also includes descriptions of crimes they commit against animals. Bop around the room is a "game" demons "play" with a victim's beloved pet for failure of the caretaker to comply with a demand made by the demons. Recently, I was told by Voices Demons that this involves hurting Scratchen by filling a room with demons, who intended to hit or strike Scratchen repeatedly to cause her to flee from one demon hitting her to another. The demand, as made by the Voices Demons, was to do whatever they tell me to do. That was nothing specific, which was purposeful. They don't make demands that can be met, and if that means making no demands at all, so be it. Unfortunately, in the absence of an actual demand, it is impossible to acquiesce in order to save Scratchen.
To conceal their crimes, demons and their people often use idiom to describe them in conversation. For example, whenever they say a victim was, is being or has been reduced in numbers, they mean no less than all of these three things:
In re a victim's past: to have stolen a victim's money or to have taxed their savings by any number of criminal acts, including theft, vandalism, and fraud, as well as any act committed with the intent to cause unexpected—but necessary—expense to the detriment of the financial stability of the victim;
In re a victim's present: to be actively engaged in acts that prevent not only recovery, but which incur debt outside the means of a victim to repay under the circumstances; and,
In re a victim's future: to maintain the aforedescribed course of conduct until other factors that preclude recovery, such as health, age, prolonged unemployment, outdated skills, neglect of key relationships, loss of home, etc., obviate the need for continued involvement in the victim's finances, as they were.
Although the meaning is confirmed, there is speculation about its origins, and whether the idiom may also be a phrase of the tongue-in-cheek variety, in that the same victims subjected to a diminishing of their finances (and financial potential) are also targets of The Exclusion, which is a demon-led campaign to cull the world's population of humans—culling, of course, being an act that reduces the number of people on the planet.
One of the most well-known and insidious means by which such people preclude a victim's recovery is to debilitate them physically, and that by blinding them; at one time, such an act was so prevalent that it found permanent use as an expression to convey the degree to which a victim could be robbed, specifically, to rob one blind.
NOTE | Reducing in numbers shouldn't be mistaken as another way of referring to the culling of the human population (which is called The Exclusion, but, in idiomatic form, the process of elimination—analogous also to the system of a down).
Demons monitor various indicators measurable by human blood tests to determine the efficacy and progress of their wares. To measure the efficacy of having induced mental stress on a victim, they monitor a victim's neutrophils:
|High neutrophils can evidence mental stress|
Two key observations on sucker demons may provide clues as to their physical make-up: sucker demons never touch each another, nor do they overlap their own bodies. What would happen if two sucker demons entangled is not yet known—it's never been observed, not even during collaborative efforts were two or more sucker demons are working together towards the same end; however, when a sucker demon crosses his own wires, so to speak—when one end of their worm-like bodies wrap around and make contact with the other end), the sucker demon loosens its tensile strength and ability to control its own movements.
Tying a knot is not the only way to short-circuit a sucker demon. When the inner walls of its shell or skin or tubule or whatever are compressed to the point of contact between them (say, whenever you accidentally slide a mini-fridge onto a sucker demon you didn't see there on the floor, and the weight of it squashed it), it will explode into a cloud of blue sparks.
|A sucker demon drops from my eye like a tear [see Sucker demons swarm eyes, faces to blind, disfigure]; see also blindness]|
It means something good, it means something bad, it means something special, it means something sad.
|In the old days, they didn't mince words like they do now|
For those blissfully unaware of telepathy: one must listen to a noise at a constant pitch with more focus than most people would, and, with such intensity that you're able to identify with your hearing the individual contributors to the overall sound.
NOTE | No sound is pure; there is always more than one part to it.Once you identify them, you have to iterate your focus over each one, separately, and to the exclusion of the others. Finally, you must strain hard to hear a voice that doesn't seem be speaking yet, but will be when you wait for it.
The pitch of the voice of such demons are not necessarily determined by choice, or at least from a wide variety of choices, but rather one among any of the pitches common to the environment of the hearer.
They may not be allowed to wear clothes. Certain demonic races have been subjugated to others, and are not allowed clothes, or are simply not told about them, or simply cannot afford them. On that note: a demon has no shame when it comes to nudity; they will show you whatever, whenever. Shame of your nakedness, then, is purely a human trait.
|Some may ask, Do I believe in psychic powers? No, but I do believe in something better...|
- a memory belonging to a demon;
- what the demon is actually seeing, smelling or hearing at the moment.
Future-predicting psychics can receive "impressions" from the memories or moments borne from a future-dwelling demon (oracles). It is a scientific fact that cloaks don't just alter light, but time and space, as well, and this allows demons with a strong cloak to span or occupy a wider point in time. God also has this nature, not only being known as the Invisible God, but whose purview spans from one end of time to the other:
“From eternity to eternity I am God. No one can snatch anyone out of my hand. No one can undo what I have done.”
NOTE | Like God, demons don't always look ahead to the future, preferring rather to keeping time with the majority. How does one know that God does not always look into the future? By His words to Jeremiah the Prophet, which suggest that God leaves the future open-ended in order to facilitate free will:
“If I announce that a certain nation or kingdom is to be uprooted, torn down, and destroyed, but then that nation renounces its evil ways, I will not destroy it as I had planned. And if I announce that I will plant and build up a certain nation or kingdom, but then that nation turns to evil and refuses to obey me, I will not bless it as I said I would.”
It is their innate ability to focus on a single point in time in order to view it, an ability that comes as natural as focusing your eyes on a single object in a line of objects to the exclusion of the other objects.
The reasons a demon projects to someone telepathically vary, as does it motives. It could do so intentionally, having sensed that a person's mind was receptive to communication in this way by the demon so communicating.
Those who know how to communicate telepathically with demons find it easy to recognize which ones you can talk telepathically to, and which ones you can't. That is likely how a demon finds a psychic; it is familiar with identifying minds receptive to its telepathy. In the event the demon had no intention whatsoever of communicating anything to a psychic, then the psychic has the unwitting ability to hear a demon's thoughts.
Real psychic impressions feel like memories belonging to you that have suddenly risen to the surface after having been buried or hidden for a very long time. They are not just visions, either, but full of sensations, just as real memories are. Hearing telepathically is just like hearing through your own ears, and speaking telepathically is as easy as saying the words in your mind instead of out loud. One could easily have no idea that you were communicating telepathically, if they were not told so. The same is true for picking up thoughts from another telepath.
Those who pick up emotions from telepathy experience them as their own. A demon cannot project its own emotions telepathically, but it can project an emotion of its own choosing to the intended recipient, whereby the recipient will actually experience that emotion. If the demon tried to project fear while already afraid, it would only increase its own fear; but, it can remember its fear, which a psychic may feel when the memory is projected or intercepted. But, again, if a pyschic didn't know the true source of the emotion (whether from a demon's memory or a projection), then they would naturally believe that the emotion was their own or the subject of the psychic impression.
NOTE | For several years, the Voices Demons have mentioned in casual conversation that strobe lights are a problem to cloaked humanoid demons, but (of course), never explained why or how. It's possible, however, that the problem and the explanation lie somewhere in the fact presented above (if it's even true) at all. What is true, is that, although alternating lights may have no effect on a Voices Demon, alternating sound volume does. If a speaker were configured alternate between a loud noise and no noise as often and as "bright" as a strobe light, communication between Voices Demons and people would be virtually terminated. If their claim about strobe lights is true, it would suggest that demons in general have to tune to steady frequency of either light or noise in order to interact with non-cloaked matter that is, by nature, already "tuned in" to its natural environment.
To demons, the words loopholes and cubbies have very different meanings compared to those applied by humans in that they describe the fact, the nature and the means by which Alice came to Wonderland, and where Wonderland actually is, when you give them some thought.
A cubbie is a demonic idiom that describes a space-within-space, which are accessed through portals similar to the ones shown in VIDEO | What a portal through a mirror looks like and FILTER GALLERY | Portal in the sky (and more...). It's hard to describe what that is; however, you can get an idea by looking in a mirror and imagining that the room reflected in it is not just a reflection, but is also a real room. So what is a room, then, to demons? The world. Outside the world, a foyer; town means the country local to the speaker (such as the United States). It was suggested that, although cubbie is a relatively benign substitute, room and foyer reflect derision on the part of demons. My guess is that, coming from worlds refined over millennia by fourth-dimensional sentient species have qualities that, by comparison, outmatch ours.
A loophole describes a passageway of sorts between two parallel worlds. The passageway is usually constructed of a hallway or walkway/bridge, either of which may appear normal as one proceeds through it—at least until they reach the other end. Here's a description of the most common scenario: imagine running down your hallway from your bedroom to your living room, and then turning around and back down the hallway again, only to end up in a different bedroom—which may be clearly still be yours, just like the former was, but is also clearly not the same one. It could also work like this: imagine walking through a skyway or suspended foot bridge that slowly begins to take on similarities to another that you've walked through somewhere else before—(dejá vú)—or that begins to change its architecture or decor, subtly, but noticeably with each step you take; and, by the end, resembles something completely different, and opens into a place other than what you expected. This happens more often than most people think; but, largely goes unnoticed. That's because even though you may be aware of the transfer from one world to another at the time, your memories of the old world merge with memories of the new (because, apparently, you were in both places at once?), and, before you know it, the new world was the only one you ever knew, at least in your mind. Only from time to time may one have a brief, distant recollection of another life; but, those always fade like any long-ago dream.
Speaking of fantasy tales, the name for going between worlds á la Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe also has a demon-idiomatic equivalent, specifically, going door-to-door. It's frightening to watch someone go somewhere else in this way, as the door is usually situated in a closet, which the person going through it must confine themselves (probably because enclosed spaces concentrate demonic power). To the best of my recollection, the traveler and the door will merge (or blend) to begin with—similarly to the way demons do with blankets and the like—and, then, the door begins to shrink (as all wormholes do) as it folds the person into itself. It's a slow process, and the claustrophobic would not at all appreciate the way it looks. If the quite-ordinary design of the one outer closet I've seen containing the door is any indication, such doors are kept quite secret; accordingly, their prevalence is not known. Also of note: (1) they are guarded heavily, and located in out-of-the-way places; and, (2) there is a commonality among those who traverse between worlds in this manner, being in possession of such a closet/door, specifically, an air of superiority that expresses itself on their faces, which may be quite at home on a demon, but quite out-of-place on a human. You'd only have to see it once to see it every time thereafter.
- Position an empty, black mesh laundry bag anywhere between you and the demon, and then position a dress-length mirror anywhere in between you and the demon—but not in the path of the black mesh laundry bag—or behind the demon, so that you can see both the demon and the mesh laundry bag in the mirror from the location of the camera.
- Point the camera towards the mirror, ensuring that there is a clear line of sight between the two, and then position it so that it does not peer through the mesh laundry bag, and so that the image of the demon reflecting from the mirror can be seen through the reflection of the mesh laundry bag. Only the reflection of the laundry bag should visible to the camera—not the bag itself.
Although the idiomatic phrase for this is not yet known, demons use the same tactics on victims; however, instead of gaining their complicity, demons use their wonders and wares to overwhelm victims (i.e., foster the perception that their problems are too big to solve and/or that they are too insignificant in light of the grand scheme of things to warrant any concern).
[watch a video of my wrist rotate just like a Satanic demon person's flashing the sign of the horns at the end of READER | Did your demons follow you to Indiana?; see also VIDEO | Porn actor's face morphs into demon's in porn video; VIDEO | Orlock-like face morphs into a human one; VIDEO TIMELINE | Two of Me]
[follow all of the above hyperlinks for explanations, photos and videos of demons and the presence (or effect) of chroma]
[see VIDEO | Shadow demon revealed by inability to cast beer bottle's shadow; see also PHOTO | The Mirror Demon]
[see split-second attacks captured in digital images in PHOTO | Camera in motion reveals demon-possessed (or surgically assaulted) guest; see also PHOTOS | Demon-possessed often victims of amputation; and, search for 'head' on this blog]
[read about other demon body parts—like the tongue, in SCIENCE | Three things you never knew about a centurion demon's mouth]
[list Bible-related posts on this blog and read audience feedback on demonic possession and spirituality; see also READER | Minnesota woman pens letter to jail, advises abstention from drugs, sex; READER | Did you bring demonic possession on yourself somehow?; READER | Why are demons following you? Is it because you're a bad person?]
[see READER | What's the difference between a ghost and a demon?; see also VIDEO | Human hands and forearms disappear, reappear as demonic]
[see Clicks, pops, and squeaks in audio recordings are sometimes demon speech, SCIENCE | Three things you never knew about a centurion demon's mouth; Is telepathy akin to hypnotic suggestion?; Voices Demons: A new unidentified entity discovered; Another secret conversation (with a demon); New audio editing technique reveals hidden demon speech in audio recordings]
[see a Spectre-of-Death demon fly in VIDEO TIMELINE | The Spectre-of-Death]
[search for sucker on this site]
[see Is telepathy akin to hypnotic suggestion?]
[see VIDEOS | What demons look like when they float (instead of walk)]
[see SCIENCE | Demons, portals most active during specific moon phases; see also Videos of demonic activity grouped by moon phase]
[see SCIENCE | Seeing the eye of an invisible demon; see also SCIENCE | The ethereal glow and semi-transparency of cloaked demons explained]
[see Oliver Moves Demons between Floor and Wall Portals; see also Hobgoblin Demon Springs From Floor]
[see Drug-induced "auditory hallucinations" a prelude to demonic possession; see also READER | Crystal meth addict lauds mention of connection between demons and drug and Crystal methamphetamine use common denominator among demon-led local terror groups]
[see SCIENCE | Sucker demons fly like some fish swim, shown in 8 videos]
[see Voices Demons: A new unidentified entity discovered]
[see The two weaknesses of sucker demons: static electricity and clear plastic]