Catholic Church Chief Exorcist claims there are less Possessed people with Coronavirus

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Article by Leo Zagami

Exorcism is the act of driving out or warding off demons from persons, places or things that are possessed or infested by them, or are liable to become victims or instruments of their malice using the name of God, or any of the higher powers to which the demon is subject. But  in a sudden twist of terms the Catholic Church is now claiming the devil is scared of the infamous coronavirus.

If Regan Mc Neal, aka Linda Blair, protagonist of the 1970s film “The Exorcist” had known that a mask was enough to cast away Pazuzu, she could have solved her problem very easily by joining the recent impositions of the growing sanitary dictatorships around the world. According to the Vatican chief exorcist theologian Don Matteo De Meo, the pandemic has, in fact, brought down the need for exorcism in the Catholic Church. Because of the lockdown, and the strict rules to avoid coronavirus infections it has been impossible to even practice an exorcism in the traditional way.

Today possessions seem to be on the decline for the liars of the Catholic Church, who are saying that Satan and his Legion is driven away by gloves and masks, but we all know that’s a lie. Remember, these are the same people who are happy to close down places of worship for a virus that is deemed more powerful the God.

Exorcisms have actually decreased”, said Don Matteo De Meo to the Italian news agency Adnkronos, adding: “and where possible they are done with all the required precautions and wearing gloves and a mask”.

Wouldn’t God protect the exorcist from the virus? Why do they need masks and gloves?  It seems the Catholic priests are following the Pope’s heretical lead in such matters. However, Father Cesare Truqui, heir to the famous exorcist Father Amorth, confirmed that the decline in practing exorcisms is mainly due to health concerns and not due to the lack of demonically possessed individuals. He said that’s why during the pandemic he has exorcised only 2 or 3  people.

The problem is that the purification rites practiced today with gloves and a mask by the increasingly anti-Christian Catholic clergy are a mockery of the true Roman ritual required to exorcise a possessed person and that’s why full-blown cases, even if they are not so many, have been postponed by these fools who should rest their faith in God not in science.

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