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Investigation & Assessment Team for the Order of Exorcists
Members who once were paranormal investigators are trained in the Order of Exorcists to be "demonic investigators." They become the eyes and ears of the Chief Exorcist, Archbishop Ron Feyl, who is a 34 year veteran in the war of good versus evil.
The goal of the organization called The Order of Exorcists, is to have a trained exorcist for every diocese, worldwide.
The membership for the Order of Exorcists are divided in two categorize:
CLERGY: They work within their own diocese/jurisdiction and called when needed, as their diocese exorcist.
The second type of member is laity. They are our investigators who are called EXORCIST INVESTIGATORS:
Each member of the "Investigation & Assessment Team" will complete the Assessment report and forwarded to the Chief Exorcist, who would decide if a medical and psychological report would be required. The Order has two members who are medical doctors who make recommendations to Archbishop Ron Feyl for further action, and if an exorcism is needed.
Each diocese, church, paranormal investigation group, or anybody requesting help and seeking the services of the Order of Exorcists, must first contact via email, and send detail information about their case, there location; city/state, with contact information.
Because of the increasing requests for exorcism and demonic investigation, we need more members in every city who can be our eyes and hears, to join the Order of Exorcists and be part of the Investigation & Assessment Team.
Our recruitment office is opened to seminarians, priests, bishops, and Christian paranormal investigators in every city for membership.
Visit the website for information, with over 60 videos of real cases about the demonic and review the membership page if you want to join the Order of Exorcists http://www.orderofexorcists.com
Archbishop Ron Feyl
Page Updated Last on: Apr 02, 2014