Many of our blogs come about as a result of readers who give us “tips” about a fad or personality that warrant more research. This is what happened with the popular books, Chicken Soul for the Soul. Thanks to that reader’s tip, we unearthed a goldmine of vital information about these “warm and fuzzy” books that we all need to know about!
LG asks: “One of my friends is trying to convince me to see a person who can tell the future by scrying. I told her this is against my religion but she said this would just be for fun. Should I take her up on it?”
KB writes: “My friend’s mother is a spiritist medium. The mom wants to visit (stay for a while) but my friend is afraid of having her mom over because she knows her mother is a medium and she (my friend) has children at home she wants to protect from any ‘spirits’ her mother has attached to her. My friend made a mistake by allowing her mom to babysit her newborn then learned that the mom ‘gave’ the baby some spirit gift. How can my friend remove anything given by the misguided grandma?
“How can she honor her mother (who will at some point perhaps need to live with her daughter as she ages), yet protect herself and her family? The daughter is a practicing Catholic.”
KB writes: “My son and I received acupuncture therapy. At one point, the doctor said that energy was being channeled into my son and she needed to respect that energy until it slowed down to continue. I feel uneasy about this, and am concerned that we may have exposed ourselves to something we should not have. What should I do about this?”
BJ asks: “Are all psychics the same or do they have different kinds of powers?”
by Msgr. Stephen Rossetti
It is no secret that the U.S. Capitol building was dedicated in a masonic ceremony by our first president, George Washington. One can see today the stone in the Capitol building commemorating this event. It reads: “Laid Masonically Sept 17, 1932 in Commemoration of the Laying of the Original Corner Stone by George Washington.”
The U.S. Capitol building formerly housed the Supreme Court which is now located across the street. Many of America’s most important civic leaders have been freemasons including fourteen U.S. presidents and five Chief Justices of the Supreme Court.
For individuals with a family history of freemasonry, our team has been a bit surprised at the extent of spiritual problems they experience as a result. These individuals not uncommonly have a repeating generational history of similar dysfunctions. For some, it is the presence of a spirit of death. These families may have an abnormal generational history of suicides, homicides, early deaths, miscarriages and/or abortions.
The experience of exorcists is that individuals can be negatively affected by a generational history of freemasonry. But how about a nation? Our nation’s leadership has been strongly influenced by this organization, which has been condemned by at least eight Popes. As recent as 1983, the Holy See has said that the principles of Masonic organizations remain “irreconcilable” with the teachings of the Church and membership is forbidden. Could it be that we, as a nation, are tainted by such a history? Since Roe vs. Wade was decided in 1973, there have been many millions of abortions.
In response to the leaked Supreme Court document likely overturning Roe vs. Wade, some are advocating a “summer of rage” and others are targeting the Catholic Church. From an exorcist’s perspective, these attitudes are reminiscent of the Evil One.
On our website, www.catholicexorcism.org, there are prayers for individuals to break Masonic curses. There is now a video for lifting Masonic curses on our website including a priest ratifying the prayer at the end. But how about for a nation? I plan to pray these prayers to lift these curses from our nation. Perhaps other priests will do so as well.
In the wake of all that is taking place, our response must be fully Christian. In response to rage, we offer peace. In response to persecution, we forgive. In response to death, we promote love, reconciliation and unity, which are constitutive of a culture of life.
This blog is posted with the kind permission of catholicexorcist.org.
Most people are familiar with the story behind the movie, The Exorcist, about a little boy who became possessed by a devil after trying to reach his deceased aunt through an Ouija board. But what they don’t know is that this is only one of many horror stories associated with dabblers in what was once-called the “talking board.”
Exorcism was once a secretive rite that priests rarely mentioned and the faithful only learned about from scary movies. But an uptick in the need for exorcisms, along with increasing scientific recognition of spirit possession, appears to be bringing this ancient rite into the mainstream.