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VIDEO | Demon shapes face out of possessed plastic head wrap

23 Mar


Instead of waiting, I’ve decided to publish any I post I’ve started, but haven’t finished, wherever I leave off, given the importance of them. Lately, there has been a high demand for information from my end of things; so, I feel like this is the best thing to do.

By the way, I base importance and high demand on the following:

High demand… …importance

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Masking out the irrelevant portions of a discarded plastic head wrap revealed the bright-eyed, smiling face of a demon—one of many overlapping each other in this particular one
The plastic head wrap I sometimes wear is intended to minimize or negate the effects of demonic weaponry aimed at my head; unfortunately, that weaponry comes from unexpected places, including the tip of my finger

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Demons can twist and shape and otherwise form nearly any shape or structure from any object a given shape or structure can be formed before you could drop that object to the ground. The best example of this posted to this blog so far is the video showing the morphing face of a demon possessing a scarf [see VIDEO | Demon shapes scarf into multiple variations of face on-the-fly]. In the video, the face of the demon evolves into 30 different variations—one for each frame per second.

A few days ago, I dropped my iPhone cable; when it hit the ground, it had formed into a character that appears in hundreds of light streaks in the 19 or so videos showing those which form characters of the Demon Code [see CHALLENGE | Decipher the Demon Code]:

An iPhone cable I dropped landed exactly as shown in the image above, having even placed itself slightly under the toe of my shoe in order to keep it from unfolding from such a sharp angle at the base of the character Still frames from a video showing the first occurrence of characters similar to the one formed by the cable

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