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dog3000

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So I went to catholic exorcist two times and he performed exorcism on me. Didn't felt a thing. No manifestation occured. So exorcist told me I probably dont have a spiritual problem.
Anybody tried it? whats your story?
 
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itsallover

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My mother is really religious and wants me to go through with it. Some people in her family practiced black magic and some really horrible things happened to them eventually which I think is Karma. I don't think it's going to do anything for me but what do I have to lose at this point. Another life experience I guess before I die. Once I go through with it I will know better whether religion has any value.
 
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dog3000

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My mother is really religious and wants me to go through with it. Some people in her family practiced black magic and some really horrible things happened to them eventually which I think is Karma. I don't think it's going to do anything for me but what do I have to lose at this point. Another life experience I guess before I die. Once I go through with it I will know better whether religion has any value.
If there was black magic in your familly the definitly you should try exorcism.
 
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That’s some next level stuff...what do they do during a exorcism?
 
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Ben

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Watch The Exorcist.

You need a couple Priests and some Holy Water.

Oh I’ve seen all the movies! But If people here have been through one in real life, I’d love to hear how it’s handled. I’ve seen a couple videos, but never heard first hand experiences. This stuff interests me.
 
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Oh I’ve seen all the movies! But If people here have been through one in real life, I’d love to hear how it’s handled. I’ve seen a couple videos, but never heard first hand experiences. This stuff interests me.

M. Scott Peck wrote a book about evil—in one of the chapters he describes an actual exorcism. I think the book was “People of the Lie”

Scary stuff, and imo nonsensical and abusive imposition of superstition but if you are curious he’s legit.
 
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Ben

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M. Scott Peck wrote a book about evil—in one of the chapters he describes an actual exorcism. I think the book was “People of the Lie”

Scary stuff, and imo nonsensical and abusive imposition of superstition but if you are curious he’s legit.

Thank you for the reference. I don’t have any bad intentions with my curiosity. I’m not going to go around supporting or defending anything I ever find. Just poking my nose through information.
 
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I have had hours of exorcisms. Don't recommend.
 
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RacilyDank

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No, because you can't be possessed. Therefore exorcism is not real.

I'm not trying to bash religion, but seriously, in this day and age?
 
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itsallover

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I went up to a monastery and waited hours to speak to a monk about my issues. The whole time waiting to see him was for the exorcism so I feel like I wasted my time. I have to rely on science and doctors as much as I hate them because they caused me physical problems to try and fix what is wrong with me. I think people that say only God heals are real idiots. Even these so called medical miracles can somehow be explained. I only believe in what I can see and I definitely don't see any spirits in my day to day life. Religion never made much sense to me anyway. You go to church every Sunday and it's basically a repetition as the whole charade is started over the following year. All of these end of the world theories with proof from the Bible and still nothing. I just think it was a bunch of drunk guys with all the wine they drank back then that came up with the Bible and all these proof as well as miracles. Life sucks and so does religion.
 
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Obliged to do it

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Im interested in this. Where should i be looking for an exorcist?
 
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raskolnikov

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Aug 10, 2018
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While I've considered myself an atheist for my whole life (also my father is an atheist), there have been events in my life so absurd that as rational as I am, that I have truly been challenged to believe they were pure coincidence, like 1/1 billion probability of happening. I'm speaking of clairvoyance, telepathy, predicting future (bad things and death). These phaenomenons happened several times to me personally and to my mother. I still am sceptic but certain events in my life have been remarkable.

Furthermore, when I was 12 or 13, I attended to an exorcism performed by a famous exorcist and was very impressed with the thing.

Where I live, I apprehended there is a sort of free exorcism "service" offered by the curia. I've read of some amazing stories of people "exorcised" but still I can't bring myself to do such a request. My problems are permanent so no exorcism would heal me. Otherwise I think I would have give a try, just even out of curiosity.
 
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Sep 12, 2018
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I used to work in a hospital. A young girl was brought to the ER after having fainted in her house. When she was admitted we thought she was having an epileptic seizure but her mother said she has been processed and has called for a monk. We administered standard anti- seizure meds but to no avail. the monk came surprisingly quickly and performed a ritual on the girl. The ritual lasted for like 5 mins and the girl was screaming throughout then she suddenly "woke up". We checked all her vitals and they were normal but as a precaution we made her stay in the hospital overnight to ensure that her conditions have really stabled. She was discharged the following day and we were informed she did not have a history of epilepsy. I still can't explain what happened that day.