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GALLERY | "Spun"

24 Jan
Yet another gallery of interesting (but uninformative) pics of demonic activity, which don’t tell enough of a story or have an explanation sufficient to warrant posts of their own, but which couldn’t be ignored, either. They are just neat to look at, especially knowing they are not only one of a kind, but show a phenomenon unique to demons, particularly, their ability to morph and transit between dimensions (for lack of a better term). The still frames posted to this gallery (aptly named, “Spun”) show one or both of either of those things, wherein objects and surfaces are literally whirling like a pool of the same name.

They were captured by my iPhone while recording video during a period of high demonic activity (the only time when such images can be made). That which spins in a given still frame spun without any spinning of the camera; the videos from which they were taken might show movement, but no circular motion of any kind, whatsoever. Look closely enough, and you’ll realize that, even if the camera was spinning, the images could not have rendered in the way they are. Try it with your own camera, if you don’t believe it.

Bedroom carpet

Scratchen’s fur

Walking at night

Blanket
A t-shirt

Image characteristics showing demon-possessed blankets
There is another indicator of demonic activity in digital media in addition to spinning, which indicates movement. When a demon possesses, say, a blanket, they fold it (or, themselves, depending on the perspective of each of the pairs), even while they possess it. They can also use the blanket to smother, trip, entangle, uncover, and cover you. The following images show the midpoint (or so) of such movements:

The blanket shown in these still frames appears to be reknitting itself whenever the possessing demon(s) molded it to exhibit characteristics of their original form (such as their heads)

In the above still frames, the blanket appears to be reknitting itself, which happens as a possessing demon(s) molds it into its own shape. Threads elongate and separate, cascading from one part of the blanket to another, which looks like waves crashing onto the seashore [see still frame, bottom-right]. In this still frame, part of the blanket/demon-possessing-the-blanket juts upwards, right from the middle of the blanket:

Near the upper-right, two ropes are shown interwined as they rocket from te 

Near the upper-right corner, you can see two, intertwined ropes, likely made out of the threads in the blanket, which can be seen shooting out from the surface of the blanket in the video:



Related posts
At the very beginning of this blog (2011), I posted three videos, each showing an attacking blanket demon [search blanket demons; search also demonic radiation]:

Since that time, I’ve posted numerous videos and images showing molecules in transition from cloaked to non- and back again [see How demons alter matter (and what it looks like when they do)]; I’ve also posted others showing objects in the near-vicinity of demonic activity concentrated at a single point, which, in digital media, causes them to take on a unique and unusual appearance as compared to objects further away [see Effects of High-Level Demonic Radiation on Digital Image Sensors (from Demonic Feng Shui); see also VIDEO | “Zap” emits EMF radiation visible to digital camera].
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1 Comment

Posted by on January 24, 2016 in Uncategorized

 

One response to “GALLERY | "Spun"

  1. Jeremy Tetreault

    March 2, 2016 at 8:51 pm

    I got the real thing right here. Currently uploading videos to YouTube but every time I get more material my laptop gets stolen a few days later (this has happened twice, both times the laptop was very secure and the last time the theft stole the laptop that was garbage hut didn’t steal the money beside it?

    Here is what I have for now.

    I want to upload videos of it zoomed in but my laptop got stolen.

    Making more videos with my Samsung right now.

     

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