DELIVER US FROM EVIL-DESTROYERS
DEMON means Destroyer–Once you witness the dark side, or evil supernatural…you quickly become a Believer! And the whole truth is, once you become a Believer…Satan really attacks you. If you’re a Believer or not…it does not matter! The dark side works against us anyway.
Not long ago, I researched an article and found out that our police department officials are dispatching our men and women officers into supernatural activity. Not only that, but the department are forcing the officers to give their accounts of this activity as normal and claim that it’s domestic violence and such.
Well, get a load of this….
NYPD Cop-Turned-Demonologist on Why He Believes Possessions Are on the Rise — and the Most Terrifying Thing He’s Seen During an Exorcism
Did you notice the cop from the 46ths police precinct in New York is the inspiration for the upcoming movie–“Deliver Us From Evil”…
“It’s definitely on the rise. I hate to say it,” Sarchie said in an interview. “As society pushes God out, no one can deny that that’s happening. There’s a good portion of society that just cannot stomach Jesus Christ and when I see that, I have to wonder where that hatred comes from.”
Ralph Sarchie’s life is divided into two very different worlds. In one he’s a decorated sergeant for the NYPD, who proudly protected and served his city for over 18 years.
In the other world, he’s a highly regarded demonologist, battling evil at the source and helping those who have nowhere else to turn.
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Despite the claims of the marketing materials — and a lot of double-talk from the cast and crew — Deliver Us From Evil is almost entirely invented. “It’s the real Ralph Sarchie, how he thinks, how he talks, what he does, how he’s changed as a person as a result of the stuff he does,” explained director Scott Derrickson in an interview with Complex. “But the main storyline is fictional, and I had to do that in order to make it work as a movie.”
“The truth is that I like to help people,” he explains in the book. “As a committed Christian, I have a different mission: to bust the Devil and his demons.” He claims to carry “a splinter of the True Cross.” He interrupts a story of demonic possession for a bizarre aside about a time when he arrested a (human) criminal “with a little persuasion from [his] 9-millimeter semiautomatic.” And when it comes to demonology, he’s rigidly anti-science, objecting to any so-called parapsychologists who approach hauntings “with their cameras and gauss meters instead of holy water and relics.”
But most of all, Sarchie wants you to know that his services are free. “When Joe and I handle cases as demonologists in our off-duty hours, we don’t charge a cent for our services,” writes Sarchie. “Helping people who have spiritual problems isn’t a career for us — it’s a calling.” It’s a detail that comes up in most profiles about Sarchie. “He never once charged for this work,” reads the only bolded line in a credulous (and unbylined) interview at Vice. (Sarchie did concede, in an interview with The New York Times, that he bought a house in Long Island with the money he got for selling the film rights to his book.) He also brags that neither he nor his partner ever “sought publicity for our involvement in the Work.” He does not explain why he abandoned this anti-publicity stance for his book or its Hollywood adaptation.
Unlike Deliver Us From Evil, Sarchie’s book is a series of unconnected cases. It begins with “The Halloween Horror,” the story of Dominick and Gabby Villanova, who claim they’ve been beset by a demon. Their troubles began in autumn, when Gabby says she saw a woman, standing in a cloud of white smoke, in the corner of her bedroom. No one else could see her, but Dominick says she began speaking through his wife. Eventually, Gabby’s friend Ruth becomes drawn into the story, weaving an elaborate tale — supposedly cooked up by the demon — about a woman who was murdered on her wedding night, and whose fiancé was falsely accused of the crime. In the days that follow, Gabby says she saw the ghost of her father — a claim her 5-year-old son eventually echoes.
The claims go on: Books flung at the walls, “moans and growls” from the basement, the word “HELP” written backward on the bathroom mirror. In one particularly nasty aside, Sarchie interprets the description of a furry-looking creature as an incubus intent on raping Dominick and Gabby’s daughter Luciana. When Gabby eventually becomes possessed by the demon while Sarchie and his partner are in the residence, he concludes that they are “in the presence of one of hell’s most dangerous devils” and relies on the name of Jesus Christ to draw it out again.
Sarchie has an explanation for everything that happens. The demon originally appeared in a cloud of smoke because demons “always give themselves away with some abnormality of appearance.” No one else could see “Virginia” because the demon wanted to sow the seeds of “panic, confusion, and self-doubt.” And the factual inconsistencies between the story “Virginia” tells and the genuine historical record are explained by the fact that “lying spirits will mix just enough fact with their disingenuous fictions to keep their victims hooked.”
He never seriously entertains the idea that all of this has a non-supernatural natural explanation. The closest he comes is when he argues that the doorknobs he heard rattling are “proof that this wasn’t a case of mass hysteria, as skeptics might argue.” He never disproves — let alone acknowledges — the other proposed explanations for hauntings or possessions: Mental illness, brain glitches, temporary psychosis, or an out-and-out hoax.
So, don’t forget….it’s not a myth! IT’S REAL! The names are changed to protect the innocent…which is typical for HOLLYWEIRD!
I will leave you with this message…
Jesus Christ is REAL. He’s as real as you and me! And prophecy is unfolding at an astounding rate due to the FACT that we are in the last days.
Jesus Christ is our Savior. He’s the only One who can save your soul. He’s NOT religion. What do I mean? Man has done to religion what Satan has done with the TRUTH.
TWIST IT…for their benefit and torture!
The Truth is Jesus Christ is our Savior, and only HE can lead you to the True Father in Heaven. GOD created us all, and everything we see. Get REAL! GET GOD!