posted on Oct, 21 2011 @ 08:10 AM
Our "Minds" really amounts to nothing more than electrical impulses and chemical balances. Scientists are gaining the capabilities to read them at a
quickly growing rate. However, they need to connect people to machines to be able to scan all that.
I don't believe in any Satan or Demons. If you do, you must ask yourself if you believe in the following:
Do you believe they are intelligent enough to comprehend all those impulses and translate them?
Do you believe they'd be able to detect the electrical currents?
Do you believe they'd be able to detect the chemical balances?
However, even if you believe they couldn't. They would probably be excellent Hellstromists(pun). Able to read much of what's in your mind
just from visible muscle movements. And, if you believe there's enough demons for one to be on you all the time, they could easily know everything
there is in your mind by cataloging all the vast amounts of information your body gives away.
Here's an interesting question. Real life inception. There are ways to genuinely insert ideas into a persons subconscious via the small things their
senses pick up but aren't registered consciously. If Derren Brown could instant convert people using those kind of tricks, for example, I'd expect
demons to be able to do the same(to a degree) in reverse.
On the flip side. Demons were thought up by people who didn't know our minds were simply readable impulses. They didn't know most of our immediate
thoughts were visible via Hellstromism. Demons were never imagined to be able to take advantage of those. It's also not seen ever in(The bible, I
presume your following) that they could read minds, they probably would use it all the time and get written about it. It's often hard to apply our
advanced understanding of reality to those stories they used a really poor understanding to write.
Really, you can't ask what Demons can or can't do. It's an insubstantial faith that goes either way. What you believe is what you believe about it,
there's nothing that proves or denies it. So I don't see it as a suiting question.