No your beliefs come from your interpretation of the scriptures. I could find you ten different people who would all have different views or interpretations. In relation to the old testament<quoted text>
My beliefs come from the Torah and the prophets. I bring you things that state what Im saying in plain language with no twisting/adding/taking away needed. You on the otherhand have to flip scripture to mean one thing or another.
Well that is, unless you believe the OT was written by "Hellenistic Jews" than that is another thing. But if you believe the OT to be the word of God Almighty, than that is where my beliefs come from.
There is no Hebrew word that can be translated as "demons" to communicate what that word implies in English. There does lie behind the Old Testament conception a basic animistic and mythological world view with which the Israelites are in dialog. But they are using the terms and in dialog with such conceptions, not because they accept them or are dominated by them, but precisely to deny the validity of such mythological world views. The biblical writers use the terms not to accept what they represent but precisely to reject it. It is clear that there was a popular belief among Israelites in such things as ghosts and the mythological creatures of Canaanite religion. But the biblical tradition as it stands moves beyond such popular mythological conceptions to a vision of a Creator, a sovereign God who is in sole control of the world, and does not share that with anything or anyone. So again, there are no "demons" in the Old Testament, only idols that are rejected as "no-gods."
Taken from http://www.cresourcei.org/demonsot.html
Do yourself a favour and educate yourself on the word and its application in the old testament