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An Exorcist Battle That Almost Lead To His Death
No one really knows the dangers involved when fighting the demonic, unless you are a victim or the person that is known as the Exorcist.
In this enlightened time, when strange behavior in the human condition can be identified by the psychiatry community as a chemical imbalance, nothing more, and evil or demonic possession and demons only exist in the mind, not in the real world. Of course this point of view is not always shared by all for there are a few psychiatrists who are open enough to think "outside the box" and will acknowledge that sometimes psychiatry may not have all the answers and some symptoms cannot be explained.
Everyone has seen the movies and read the many books on this dark and troubling subject. In our modern age of worldwide technology where anyone who has access to a computer can do an Internet search on the paranormal and find people claiming everything from witnessing ghosts in haunted locations to people with symptoms of demonic possession.
Many people who find themselves with such problems may first contact their local paranormal investigation group before contacting the clergy, in fear of being rejected, ridicule or dismissed for having mental issues.
It's a little known fact that very few ministries will support the claims of demonic possession, since psychiatry is more acceptable in this day and age of modern time. Paranormal investigation groups are helpful to a certain point. But when the case is demonic in nature, people with such problems should search an organization that has experience in demonic investigation and assessments, with clergy and medical psychiatrists support.
The Order of Exorcists is such an organization, with demonic assessment teams, lead investigators, clergy and medical/psychiatrists members, ready to work together when requested for case assessments. The organization is International, with members in 24 countries.
In 2013 a family contacted the Order of Exorcists http://www.orderofexorcists.weebly.com and requested a team to conduct a demonic assessment. Three weeks later, after the first contact interview and assessment with a medical and psychological report which was reviewed by the chief exorcist, Archbishop Ron Feyl who is the Presiding bishop of the Independent Catholic organization known as the Order of Exorcists, decided to perform the ritual himself.
The team of eight along with The Reverend Mother Susan who heads up the Order of Saint Hilda, whose members are prayer warriors and serve as assistants in rituals of exorcism, met in front of the victim's house and prayed for protection before entering the house.
"This was not the typical case, but no cases are, when it comes to demonic infestation. Apparently many years ago the former residents had performed satanic rituals where sacrifices may have taken place.
The family reported that after a few months living in the house they witnessed and felt things happening including physical attacks on family members including touching and pushing. They even stated a family member was pushed down the stairs.
During the investigation, team members and The Reverend Mother Susan heard knocking throughout the house and felt the temperature decrease.
On the day of the exorcism the team members gathered in a circle around the room, where the Archbishop Ron Feyl standing in the center begin the ritual.
The following is what happened in the words of the exorcist.
"I was attacked by one of many demonic entities. In the past I can remember being attacked in past rituals when I fought the demonic, but this time I almost lost the battle as well as my life." as The Archbishop Feyl continues.
"I felt three penetrating blows to my left rib cage which took my breath away. I continued to read the ritual and prayers to the end. We were successful, but at a cost. Immediately after the case I started to have shortness of breath and pains on my left side rib case. After going to my family physician who suggested I get a chest x-ray. It was at that time I was immediately admitted to San Antonio Hospital in Upland California, where I learned that I had a sack of two liters of blood around my heart."
"I was told that the blood kept my heart from efficiently pumping and caused my lungs and belly to develop fluid caused by the leakage. I was in the critical care unit for almost one month, with electrical leads and tubes running out of my chest. I had three operations while I was there."
"The doctors has no idea in what caused my condition. I was instructed to take 40 pills a day for the next six months, which caused all kind of side efforts."
"Since that case my life has never been the same. The side efforts of the medication I was on give me Tinnitus, which is a continues rings in both ears and I'm slowly losing my hearing. I have muscle aches and pain most of the time."
"I have been fighting the demonic more then half my life, over 36 years, and I can attest to the fact that we are at war. The battle of good versus evil is real and those of us who fight on the frontline of the battlefield can get hurt."
"Just like a soldier who is called to fight for their country, we are called by God to serve Him and willing to put our life on the line for God's people."
As said by the Archbishop Ron Feyl, chief exorcist in the Order of Exorcists.
Archbishop Ron Feyl
Page Updated Last on: Jan 01, 2015