In the past, their efforts were a little less deliberate than they are now. Before, the damage came from removing, fighting and otherwise touching any of the demonic entities sent for attack—entities that one simply cannot ignore due to their well-known and -honed ability to continuously compel removal until they are, in fact, either removed manually by their target (which is usually done with the target’s hands, of course) or removed naturally by the cessation of the period of high demonic activity that brought them into contact with the target. Now, they have transitioned to a more direct approach, specifically, adhering themselves to your fingertips while cloaked. Just like the cloaks of the demonic entities formerly used, the shadow-cloaked demons (so named because their cloaks look like shadows) are harmful to human tissue. Not only that, but their cloaks can be modulated to cause even more damage than they would under normal conditions.
NOTE | I’m not sure whether a demon cloaks its molecules in closer relation to their native state or to ours to accomplish this; but, it’s one way or the other, as the only variances in a demon’s cloak lie between fully tangible to us and fully tangible to their original environment.
How I discovered the demonic culprit connection
Although I could feel the pain inflicted on my fingertips as demons burned them and could also see the resulting damage, I’ve never actually seen the demons until I inadvertently captured them in a video made during this latest period of high demonic activity.
At first glance, I noticed unusually shaped, positioned and colored shadows cast by my fingers by the camera torch in this portion of the video:
Evidence of demons revealed in the video
After skimming the video frame-by-frame, though, I discovered that those shadows were actually cloaked demons. They were easy to spot, in that, unlike real shadows:
- they overlapped my fingertips, and, in some still frames, are positioned between the torch light and my fingers, instead of my fingers and the door;
- instead of fuzzy borders that trail off into nothing along a shadow’s border, these shadows have razor-sharp edges; and,
- they were also pitch-black (versus semi-translucent).
NOTE | Because all of the demons whose faces are shown always appear between two fingers in the still frame, it is likely that the proximity of the fingers contributed to their visibility as much as the demon’s partial decloaking (light concentrates as it passes close to surfaces; a demon near my grip would never fully decloak, as that would make them tangible and therefore squishable).
|Instead of fuzzy borders that trail off into nothing along a shadow’s border, these shadows have razor-sharp edges|
|Shadows appear to overlap my fingertips, and, in some still frames, are positioned between the torch light and my fingers, instead of my fingers and the door|
|Similar to the above, in which the shadows overlap my fingertips (i.e., are situated between the camera and my fingers vs. my fingers and the door like a real shadow should)|
Other demons that cloak into shadow
The fingertip-burning demons are not the only demons whose cloaks resemble shadows; Google Shadow Demons for others.
Having the same problem?
Here’s a solution that works every time, all the time: oil-based products—in this case, surgical or cleaning gloves and Tea Tree Oil:
The gloves and the oil both provide a barrier; but, the gloves won’t dry or rub off, and the tea tree oil keeps bacteria from growing on your hands when wearing gloves over the long-term.
Why does oil work as a barrier and other materials (probably) don’t
For reasons I can only speculate, oil is difficult for cloaked demons to both adhere to and pass through (at least pass through while adhering to another type of surface. My thoughts are that, because oil is very dense at the molecular level, it is difficult to adapt their cloaks to accommodate such a wide variance in the density that exists between oil and all other materials.
For example, a demon can easily adhere to one kind of paper and just as easily handle passing through another kind of paper should another kind fall on top of him. The differences don’t require much modification; however, I’m thinking that difference between oil and anything else is the difference concrete and water.