Singer undergoes Exorcism: Life is back to normal

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Dec 12, 2014 06:10 PM EST
Latin Singer Sabrina Sabrok Undergoes Exorcism, Says Life Is Back To Normal

After stopping medication and firing a healing to rid her of demons, a Latin American singer says her life is back to normal, the Daily Mail reported on Friday.

Sabrina Sabrok, a Mexican resident, said she checked into a clinic earlier this year after suffering depression and panic attacks. But, while the 38-year-old was in treatment, she felt that the medication she was given wasn’t really working and turned to a faith healer named Zulema instead.

Zulema told the Argentinian singer that she was possessed. The two then did a drastic exorcism in a nearby cemetery, which was taped.

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Church admits to 13 ‘exorcisms’ of teenager with depression at parents’ request

from gnomes national news service
THE Diocese of Valladolid has admitted to having ‘exorcised’ a teenage girl up to 13 times – at the request of her parents.

She was 16 at the time when, in 2013, her parents sought help from the only vicar in the region of Castilla y León (Spain) ‘licensed’ to exorcise people, Luis Argüello.

The young woman, from the cathedral city of Burgos in the central north-west region was suffering panic attacks and anorexia, and her parents were convinced she was Continue reading

Catholic Church’s best-known exorcist shows how it’s done

By Anthony Faiola, The Washington Post

ROME — The den of the Catholic Church’s best-known exorcist is an unassuming place, a small third-floor room in a home for aging priests hidden in an obscure corner of southern Rome. I walk down the hospital-like hallway on my way to meet him, and the priest anticipates my knock before it happens. The door swings open, and there he is.

The Rev. Gabriele Amorth, 89, peers up with goldfish eyes through his Hubble-telescope glasses.

“Enter,” says the diminutive priest.

The room is stark, fitted out with a hospital bed and numerous images of Jesus and the Virgin Mary. Then there are the mementos, which Amorth began collecting after he was appointed as an exorcist back in the 1980s. He has conducted thousands of spiritual cleansings since then, keeping just a few of the bits and bobs he likes to call “the stuff that gets spewed from mouths.” Nails. Keys. Chains. Plastic figurines.

“What seems to be spit turns out to be a nail,” he said. “I don’t give it much importance.”

His services, though still in great demand, are not always needed. “Most times there’s no actual diabolical presence, and my job lies in suggesting those that come to me to live a life of faith and prayer,” he said. “And this is enough to assuage the fears of those afraid of the Devil’s ills.”

But other times, he said, “there really is a diabolical influence.”

Twice, Amorth claims, he saw possessed victims levitate. “We try to keep the person in the armchair,” he said, adding that demons “do it just to show off.”\

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