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According to the article below, Father Pat Collins, a Vincentian priest and one of the top exorcists in Ireland, who cannot respond to “an inordinate number of calls from people, and emails,” published an open letter “begging bishops to train more exorcists.” According to the article, whether or not there has been a rise in genuine cases of demonic possession, the demand for exorcism has risen exponentially although it is necessary to determine whether a person really requires exorcism or suffers mental illness.
It is clear that this phenomenon is not unrelated to the judgment on the physical level being carried out. As reported on the blog, we see a drastic increase in those who develop depression. Specifically, the wicked people have vibrations decrease to lower systems one by one every midnight of 1st day of each month.
At present, a typical wicked person has vibrations decrease to the Plant System and such person will have vibrations decrease to the Mineral System on March 1. Of course, those who have bad intentions toward deities fall down faster and faster. I see many people who have developed serious depression.
As for demonic possession, it is not necessary to train exorcists. Everybody can get rid of evil spirits with the “Purification and Exorcism Prayers with Gayatri Mantra.”
February 3, 2018
Shanti-phula has indicated some parts of the following text in black boldface type or in red letters.
Excerpt from a Japanese article: Design of Creation Society – February 2, 2018 –
Irish Exorcist Calls Out For Help As 'Demonic Possession' Explodes Worldwide
Father Pat Collins explains why he needs help from Clergy
Daniel Newton, www.neonnettle.com
29th January 2018
An Irish priest has publically called upon bishops worldwide to train more exorcists in response to the mass epidemic of people being possessed by demons across the globe.
Father Pat Collins, a Vincentian priest and one of the top exorcists in Ireland, published an open letter literally begging bishops to train more exorcists to help with the rise in demand for exorcisms in Ireland and the world.
Collins says that even though demonic possession is real, modern clergy does not take it seriously, resulting in legitimate cases going untreated.
The Daily Caller reports: Collins’ observation of an exponential increase in demand for exorcisms is corroborated by Theos, a Christian think tank that reported a similar increase in demand in the U.K., U.S. Catholic leaders who reported the same rise in the U.S., and the International Association of Exorcists (IAE), which reported a 2014 global rise in demonic activity as a “pastoral emergency.” (Related: ‘Astonishing Spike In Demand For Exorcisms)
Collins acknowledged that a person seeking exorcism must first rule out mental illness, as is required by the latest Church-wide rules for performing exorcisms, and that it can take several meetings with an individual to determine whether they are suffering from genuine demonic affliction, or from something else. He clarified that whether or not there has been a rise in genuine cases of demonic possession, there has certainly been a marked rise in requests for the services of exorcists and an observable increase in demonic activity throughout Ireland.
“As this has happened, there has been increasing evidence of the malicious activity of the evil one,” Collins said, according to Catholic Herald. “I can’t judge from my own subjective experience because people see on the internet that I’m supposed to be an exorcist so I get an inordinate number of calls from people, and emails, all I can say is I have that reputation, but it’s only in recent years that the demand has risen exponentially.”