The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila has begun construction on an exorcism center in the Philippines, calling it the “first of its kind in Asia, if not the world.” The Saint Michael Center for Spiritual Liberation and Exorcism, which broke ground in Makati City on May 17, will house the offices of the ecclesiastical district’s Commission on Extraordinary Phenomena, the Ministry of Exorcism and the Ministry on Visions and Phenomena… Exorcism, a religious rite believed to drive out demons or other spiritual entities from possessed individuals, is mostly associated with the Catholic Church but is also practiced in other religions. According to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), exorcism is necessary “when a person needs to be protected against the power of the devil or to be withdrawn from his spiritual dominion. The Catholic Church only allows certain Catholic priests to perform an exorcism with the permission of a bishop. In modern times, a medical professional must first rule out any mental health issues before an exorcism is performed on an individual.”- SOURCE.Continue reading
“In the face of the rising tide of demonic activity, Father Collins said he is “baffled” that the Irish bishops are not reacting to the need by appointing more priests as exorcists. Complaints range from claims of ghostly encounters, to people being pulled from their beds, and even “full-blown possession.” –Source
Do you remember the 1973 movie the Exorcist? That was the perfect example of how Roman Catholic exorcism works. It’s all a money making scheme. How do I know that? Well first and foremost, most exorcisms performed by Catholic priests take months and even years to supposedly expel the demons. And each time the priests recites the incantations and rituals over the possessed victim the family is charged a fee. Hence the reason some exorcisms take years. It all depends on the wealth of the family. But if you look in your Bibles and see that each and every time Jesus cast a demon out, not only did it happen instantly, not a single person was charged a fee. Continue reading
“In the US, over the past 10 years, the number of official priest exorcists has more than quadrupled from 12 to 50. But for two of America’s most active exorcists – Father Gary Thomas, whose training in Rome was chronicled in Matt Baglio’s book The Rite: The Making of a Modern Exorcist, and Father Vincent Lampert, whose work was depicted on Paranormal Witness – it is an ongoing struggle to keep up with the demand. In lengthy interviews with The Telegraph, the two exorcists discuss how the increase in drug and pornography addiction, failure of the mental healthcare system and a rise in popularity of “pagan activities”, such as using a Ouija board to summon the dead, are among the factors contributing to the huge increase in demand for the Rite.” –Source
First and foremost, as we all know by the Scripture that explains doctrine and the many passages that outline the prophetic characteristics of the Antichrist, it is clear to see that the Roman Catholic church can in no way be a Christian church. In fact, her fruits and multiple instances of being caught red handed worshipping Satan confirm the Roman Catholic Vatican to be the prophesied headquarters of Satan himself. So, when it comes to exorcisms, they can in no way possible cast out a demon, for Satan cannot cast our Satan. Nor would he want to because Jesus said in Matthew 12:26, “And if Satan cast out Satan, he is divided against himself; how shall then his kingdom stand?” Continue reading
A woman from the north of Colombia has died after a self-proclaimed witch set her ablaze in a fatal attempt to rid the victim of “evil spirits,” local media reported Tuesday.
The fatal accident happened in Buenavista, a town in the Caribbean province of Sucre, where the 36-year-old victim had called in the help from a local lady who claimed supernatural powers some 10 days ago. Continue reading…