The Town that Dreaded Sundown
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The Town that Dreaded Sundown
Once upon a time, this country (and world) lived with somewhat of a innocence about it. Long ago it was, but none the less we could live without fear of danger surrounding us constantly.
But, the kind of danger I speak of is the supernatural kind. Of course, anyone with any kind of knowledge of the supernatural/demonology has come to know that down through the ages the intensity of this war has only increased and is getting worse.
Statistics reveal that the amount of exorcisms are exponentially increasing around the world.
This was written on 27 Nov 2002;
During the last decade, it seems that the need for and availability of exorcists has actually increased. In 1993, there was only one exorcist in the United States officially sanctioned by the Vatican. By 1999, there were ten. The exorcist of the Archdiocese of New York, Fr. James Labar, conducts between 20 and 25 approved exorcisms each year. (1)
In 1993, the first meeting of the International Association of Exorcists only had six attendees. Six years later, in 1999, 200 attended. Possibly because of Gabriel Amorth’s influence, the number of exorcists in Italy has grown from 20 to 300.
If Fr. James Labar is doing 20 – 25 per year, and there are 10 exorcists in the U.S., that’s about 200 – 250 exorcisms in the U.S. If there are 300 exorcists in Italy and they’re doing the same amount per exorcist, that’s about 6,000 – 7,500 per year in Italy. Let’s assume that Italian exorcists only perform about 600 – 750 exorcisms per year. And the rest of the world does roughly the same number as the U.S. Theoretically, that would put the annual number of exorcisms at around 1,500. At least among Roman Catholics.
Since Roman Catholics only account for about 17% of all Christians, and since Christians only account for about 33% of all the people on the planet, let’s assume (again) that other religions that perform some form of exorcism only do so about half as often as Roman Catholics. So that would be roughly 9 times as many exorcism rituals, for a total of about 15,000 per year.
On the other hand, Gabriele Amorth also said that his opinion parallels that of Malachi Martin, in that he believes the RCC-Roman Catholic Church has high ranking churchmen, cardinals, archbishops and predates of the Roman curia, taking oaths signed with their own blood, plotting to destroy the Church from within.
How many other Catholics so eager to demonstrate the so-called “respectability” of their beliefs have dispensed with such “embarrassing” doctrines as the existence of the devil?
“Whoever says the devil does not exist is no longer a believer”
On July 13th, 1917, near the beginning of a century in which supernatural evil would all but be abandoned, Our Lady of Fatima deemed it necessary to show three children that hell exists and is not empty. What they saw horrified them to such a degree that they all dramatically changed their lives to avoid such a fate, becoming completely preoccupied with prayer, sacrifice, mortification and penance.
Our Lady did not tell them this vision was one possible representation of an afterlife without God, or suggest it was an educational illustration of why they should tend towards that which is good. She said, quite simply:
“You have seen Hell where the souls of sinners go.”
Readers of this site are most likely familiar with my POV-point of view. The Roman Catholic Church, in my POV, will be the establishment which will user in not only the New World Order, but the coming of the Antichrist. Their doctrines are blatantly contrary to the Word of GOD.
With that being said, I believe the experiences of the “Fatima” situation to be of the demonic kind. I believe them to be contact with the demons (necromancy) and Fatima was only an avenue in which they could direct their agenda into the world.
Did these demons take those children and show them sights which couldn’t eve be explained at the time? Did they truly see Hell? We may never know, but I can tell you this…from researching the incidents of UFO contacts with abductees, it’s plainly obvious they may have seen otherworldly scenes.
Since then, the “white smoke rising from the Sistine Chapel chimney” sent the message that the conclave had made its decision by 5:50 p.m. and ten minutes later, the bells began to ring for the jubilant pilgrims. In a bid to the 1.1 billion members of the Roman Catholic Church, Cardinal Jorge Arturo Medina Estevez introduced the new Pontiff – Pope Benedict XVI with the famous Habemus Papam formula, in traditional Latin. He began his greeting to the “universal Church” by stating “brothers and sisters” in several languages.
This was the previous election, the current pope is worse than the last.
In this article linked below;
The rise in demonic cases is a result of more people dabbling in practices such as black magic, paganism, Satanic rites and Ouija boards, often exploring the dark arts with the help of information readily found on the internet, says the church.
Belief in black magic and Satanism may have been spread by the internet, but there has been a streak of popular superstition in the Catholic Church for centuries. “I’m not sure it ever really went away,” said Mr Allen. “After the Second Vatican Council of the 1960s, there was a great deal of embarrassment among ‘enlightened’ Catholics about exorcisms and other aspects of the supernatural. It was seen as a medieval anachronism.
In 2003, this article was written;
Father James LeBar, exorcist for the Archdiocese of New York, said he has seen a “large explosion” in cases since 1990.
“Ten years ago I had no cases and now I have 300,” said Father James LeBar, an exorcist for the Archdiocese of New York.
“I have seen a dramatic rise in cases. In the past three hours before you phoned me, I have had three cases of people suffering serious contamination with the forces of evil. I am dealing with 10 to 15 cases a week.”
Moving onto 2011;
Exorcism is experiencing a renaissance in American Catholicism. There are more exorcists in the United States now than at any other time in modern history, according to experts. More than 100 bishops and priests met in Baltimore last November to recruit dozens more.
More priests in Italy and Spain are being properly trained on how to carry out exorcisms after an increasing amount of people have started adhering to mystical practices. The Catholic Church has decided to teach more priests how to perform exorcisms as the demand for such services continues to be on the rise.
CREATURES OF NIGHT
I give you the greatest of hope in your world of darkness that the victory shall be with Heaven. Know that the greatest trials suffered are but a small forfeiture for the great glory of being victorious over the adversaries loosed upon your earth. They come as creatures of night, but they must possess the bodies of humans. Understand this in the supernatural, My children: no man, woman, or child of reasoning is free from the attacks of Satan.
The truth is we all live in a town where there are some who dread the signs of sundown. When one begins to see the signs of dusk hitting the horizon, there are those who know they will get little sleep. They know that monsters do exist. These monsters love the darkness, and mostly come out at night.
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