Catholic priest wants to spray holy water from helicopters to ‘Destroy the Demons’

Catholic priest wants to spray holy water from helicopters to ‘Destroy the Demons’

A Catholic Bishop from the Colombian city of Buenaventura believes that he has a solution for the plague of demons that are haunting this crime-ridden seaport to accomplish what he claims will “get rid of the devil.”

Monsignor Rubén Darío Jaramillo Montoya’s plan is to use military helicopters to spray holy water onto the evil population below in order to cleanse the streets of “wickedness” on July 13.

“We want to go around the whole of Buenaventura from the air and pour holy water onto it … to see if we exorcise all those demons that are destroying our port,” Monsignor Montoya had said to a Colombian radio station.

The media had falsely reported that it was a mass exorcism but the Episcopal Conference of Colombia said that it was not an exorcism, but a blessing asking for God’s protection. The CEC reported;

As explained by the prelate, in dialogue with Gaudium Press, it is not an exorcism as indicated by some media, but a public demonstration that will be expressed in the blessing, which will aim to ask for God’s protection over the city, so strongly lashed by violence.

“We want God to bless the city (…) that comes upon us,” said Bishop Jaramillo Montoya.

The prelate, also, commented that the cases of violence that have occurred in Buenaventura are “so terrible” and that “the manifestation of evil is noticed”. What it calls to reflect “so that we realize that we are living an evil”.

Apparently, the crime has got so bad over the year that Human Rights Watch issued a 30-page report in 2014, “The Crisis in Buenaventura: Disappearances, Dismemberment, and Displacement in Colombia’s Main Pacific Port,” which documents how many of the city’s neighborhoods are dominated by powerful right-wing paramilitary guerrillas and gangs own “chop-up houses” (casas de pique) where they kidnap their foes and slaughter their victims, sometimes while still alive, then dumping them in the sea.

The Americas director at Human Rights Watch, José Miguel Vivanco commented on the violence in the city, “The situation in Buenaventura is among the very worst we’ve seen in many years of working in Colombia and the region,”

He said, “Simply walking on the wrong street can get you abducted and dismembered, so it’s no surprise the residents are fleeing by the thousands.”

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Demon Face: The hellish story of a man with two faces

Demon Face: The hellish story of a man with two faces

“For some unforgiven wickedness of my forefathers I am knit to this fiend – for a fiend it surely is. I beg and beseech you to crush it out of human semblance, even if I die for it.” – Edward Mordrake AKA Demon Face

In 1895, The Boston Post published an article titled “The Wonders of Modern Science” that presented the “human freaks” who were cataloged by the British scientists which included a mermaid, lobster boy, and the famous story of a man with two faces, Edward Mordrake, who would become the viral poster boy of modern urban legends.

But this is no legend or myth. It is a real medical condition and as it has been wisely said, facts are often stranger than fiction.

The story of Mordrake with his demon face gained so much recognition in the medical community that two respected physicians documented the facts which they included in the 1896 medical encyclopedia. This entry was later reported by George Milbry Gould in his book, ” Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine.”

Gould writes; One of the weirdest as well as the most melancholy stories of human deformity is that of Edward Mordake, said to have been heir to one of the noblest peerages in England. He never claimed the title, however, and committed suicide in his twenty-third year.

He lived in complete seclusion, refusing the visits even of the members of his own family. He was a young man of fine attainments, a profound scholar, and a musician of rare ability. His figure was remarkable for its grace, and his face – that is to say, his natural face – was that of an Antinous. But upon the back of his head was another face, that of a beautiful girl, “lovely as a dream, hideous as a devil.”

The female face was a mere mask, “occupying only a small portion of the posterior part of the skull, yet exhibiting every sign of intelligence, of a malignant sort, however.” It would be seen to smile and sneer while Mordake was weeping. The eyes would follow the movements of the spectator, and the lips “would gibber without ceasing.”

No voice was audible, but Mordake avers that he was kept from his rest at night by the hateful whispers of his “devil twin”, as he called it, “which never sleeps, but talks to me forever of such things as they only speak of in Hell. No imagination can conceive the dreadful temptations it sets before me.

For some unforgiven wickedness of my forefathers I am knit to this fiend – for a fiend it surely is. I beg and beseech you to crush it out of human semblance, even if I die for it.”

Such were the words of the hapless Mordake to Manvers and Treadwell, his physicians. In spite of careful watching, he managed to procure poison, whereof he died, leaving a letter requesting that the “demon face” might be destroyed before his burial, “lest it continues its dreadful whisperings in my grave.” At his own request, he was interred in a waste place, without stone or legend to mark his grave.”

The two possible medical conditions to cause people to have two heads and or two faces are known as “craniofacial duplication” and “craniopagus parasiticus.”

Craniofacial duplication is caused by an abnormal protein expression that can cause the facial features of an embryo to be duplicated on other areas of the head and sometimes the full face is duplicated.

Most likely, Mordrake suffered from what is called “craniopagus parasiticus” which is a rare condition where you have conjoined twins with one not being fully functional and act almost like a real-life parasite to the functional or dominant twin  (hence “parasitic”). It is said to occur in approximately four to six cases in 10,000,000 births.

Lali Singh was born in a small village in India with the condition in 2008.

Rather than believe that this was a curse as in Mordrakes case, her fellow tribe members believed her to be an incarnation of the Hindu goddess Durga, who is traditionally portrayed with multiple limbs. After she had died at only a few months old, the villagers constructed a temple in her honor.

In 2006, researchers reported on the successful separation of craniopagus parasiticus was performed on February 18, 2005 at the Benha Pediatric Hospital in Egypt and in February 2006, the child was still alive and in relatively good health.

The authors operated on a child who was 10 months for 9 hours. Apparently, upon slicing into the main arterial supply to the parasite, bleeding was the most serious problem doctors had faced with the child receiving four liters of blood to save its life.

After separation of the parasitic head, the dura was repaired using artificial dural grafts. Free bone flaps from the parasite were used to cover the osseous defect in the autosite. Skin flaps from the parasite were also used to cover the cranium. (1)

In 2016, researchers reported that a woman who was an ethnic Amhara of Ethiopia gave birth to a baby girl whose head had a parasitic twin protruding from her temporal area.

The parasitic twin had two deformed lower limbs, of which one was rudimentary, and long bones of the bilateral lower limbs and some pelvic bone. Dissection of the mass of the parasitic twin’s body revealed the intestine but no chest organs or abdominal organs.

After counseling the mother, a successful operation to remove the parasite was done. Postoperation, the baby was reported to comfortably suckled on the breast of her mother and had no neurological problems. (2)

Edward Mordrake’s story went viral again thanks to the TV series American Horror Story which portrays Mordrake has a murderer driven to kill rather than suicide by his evil demon face.

In my previous articles on the theory of Gnostic duality, I explain the ancient belief that there are two separate parts and or aspects to human beings. One element is immortal being made of light (spirit or soul) and the other mortal darkness (flesh or materiality).

This ancient Gnostic science was later developed into the teachings of Christianity which are represented in the Scripture as good and evil, airy and unclean spirits, and angels and demons,

These beliefs were often verified by ancient scientists in the form of what we may call today “birth defects,” which is a physical or biochemical abnormality that is present at birth and that may be inherited or the result of environmental influence.

SOURCES:

1. Successful separation of craniopagus parasiticus

2. Craniopagus parasiticus – a parasitic head protruding from temporal area of cranium: a case report.

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Reporter confronts preacher Kenneth Copeland about calling people demons

Reporter confronts preacher Kenneth Copeland about calling people demons

A viral video is circulating online featuring an Inside Edition reporter confronting the high-rolling Christian Televangelist, 82-year-old Kenneth Copeland about a disturbing statement he made in 2016 about why he does not like to fly in commercial planes. (full video below)

At the time Copeland referred to flying with “other people” that it is like “long tubes full of a bunch of demons.” (video below)

It should be needless to say that a lot of people were offended by the millionaire preachers unsettling remarks, but they were.

There are many Americans who think that preachers like Copeland who are making ungodly sums of money off their ministries are disingenuous but many more people think that they are simply con artists fleecing their week minded followers out of 10-20% of their income.

When you see Kenneth Copeland buy a Gulfstream V jet from filmmaker Tyler Perry as he did in 2018, it makes you wonder if these guys are just slick salesmen who happen to get rich by selling “their brand” of the Christian Faith to unsuspecting or should we truthfully say, ignorant followers.

At the time of the purchase, Copeland’s ministries did not disclose what they paid for the jet, but the price range is from $6 million on the very low end to as much as $12 million on the high end.

He joins the high-flying ranks of celebrities such as Jim Carrey, John Travolta, and rapper Soulja Boy, all of whom are said to own or have owned one of the highest performance private jets in the world, according to the Daily Mail.

We could call him the king (false prophet) of the “Prosperity Gospel” and he is damn proud of it for hell’s sake.

In 2016, when talking about their use of private jets as a luxury means of travel, televangelists Kenneth Copeland and Jesse Duplantis, they argued that commercial planes are full of “a bunch of demons” that will bog down their busy schedules with prayer requests. (Washington Times)

Here is the video starting at 2:40 showing the segment that got Copeland a lot of bad press and ill will from the public.

The conversation took place during one of Copeland’s “Believer’s Voice of Victory” television programs. In the episode, Duplantis recalled a story where he was on a plane and had to unbuckle his seat belt to speak to God and Coplenad quickly interjects by saying.

“You couldn’t have done that over an airline. Stand up and say, ‘What did you say, Lord?’”

Duplantis, almost on cue, agrees, “No, sir, no way.”

“You can’t do that,” Mr. Copeland said. “This is so important and those of you that are just now coming into these things in the first place: Jesse and I and others … the world is in such a shape, we can’t get there without [private jets]. We’ve got to have them.”

“That’s why we are on that airplane. We can talk to God,” he said. “Now, Oral [Roberts] used to fly airlines. But, even back then it got to the place where it was agitating his spirit. People coming up to him, he had become famous, and they wanted him to pray for them and all that. You can’t, you can’t manage that today. This dope-filled world, and get in a long tube with a bunch of demons. And it’s deadly.”

“It works on your heart, it really does,” Mr. Duplantis agreed.

“So anyway, I wanted to make that clear so the devil can’t lie to you and say, ‘See them there preachers spending all that money, just fat cats riding around.’ No, we’re not; we’re in business,” Mr. Copeland assured viewers. “We’re in soul business here. We got a dying world around us. We got a dying nation around us and we can’t even get there on an airline.”

These comments back from 2016 obviously offended many people, or as the rich televangelists call them demons, but since these millionaires often control their media and interviews, no one could question them until Lisa Guerrero was able to confront Copeland this past week.

Ironically, she was able to find him after he landed his Gulf Stream Jet at a Texas airport.

A viral video is hitting the web showing the reporter questioning the Christian televangelist.

In the video, she asks him point blank why he made the statement about flying commercial planes and people are demons. Copeland the appears to become instantaneously angry with a contorted face and pointing his finger angrily at her in what I and many people online are calling “an evil manner.”

These are some of the screenshots I took of Kenneth Copeland right after the question was posed and you can see his go from fake smiles and pleasantries to literally in a split second, his whole demeanor changes.

Isn’t it rather peculiar how the compound word “demeanor” has the word demon in it?

Almost as if his true “hidden character” comes to the surface with his face full of makeup for the world to witness.

The eyes, the hair dye job, makeup, and the plastic surgery make the madness more riveting.

Here is the full video of the confrontation.

The video starts with reporter Lisa Guerrero running up to the SUV that televangelist Kenneth Copeland is getting into. Her first question sets the tone that gets even more freaky as the interview goes on.

In the video, creepy Copeland compliments the interviewer’s eyes, attempts to stop the interview to pray for guidance, professes his wife’s love for Inside Edition and refers to the reporter herself as “Inside Edition,” “sweetheart” and “baby” and attempts to explain why he called airline passengers “demons.”

When Guerrero asked him about saying that he doesn’t fly commercial because he doesn’t “want to get into a tube with a bunch of demons.” “Do you really believe that human beings are demons?” she asked. Copeland responded as he pointed his finger at her, “No, I do not and don’t you ever say I did,”

Someone on Twitter said it best;

The internet is now on fire over Copeland’s strange and what some are calling demonic behavior. In fact, a lot of people are making comments calling him the demon and even the head prince, Satan.

These comments seem to outweigh any good comments 10,000 to one.

On Kenneth Copeland’s website the question is posed:

Q: Can Christians have demons?

A:Certainly no man that has made Jesus Christ the Lord of his life can have both a demonic spirit and the Holy Spirit in his human spirit. The same man, however, may have a demonic spirit influencing his body and mind.

Satan has no access to our spirit. He can only attack the believer in the mental or physical realm. We, as believers, attack him in the spiritual realm. Even though we live in a body, we are not limited to physical weapons. Second Corinthians 10:4 states, “For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds.” Use the Word and he will flee every time!

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dEMoNiC iNterDiMenSionAl PolTerGeiSt TricKstArs in uFoes

dEMoNiC iNterDiMenSionAl PolTerGeiSt TricKstArs in uFoes

Recently over at the Den of Geek blog, Alejandro Rojas reported that the secretive Pentagon $22 million program to investigate UFOs known as the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) was shut down because of demonic forces.

Yes, demons and as usual, Jason Cavalito’s panties are in a wad!

I reported on this a couple of months ago in my article titled, “Was the Pentagon UFO program canceled due to fear of conjuring demons?

The AATIP was headed by Luis Elizondo who is a former senior U.S. intelligence official and now Director of Global Security & Special Programs for the To the Stars Academy.

Elizondo had said in an interview with a Las Vegas publications that the program that was shut down in 2012 partly due to the belief they would conjure demons.

Cavalito seems to think that this is all just a bunch of demonic bullshit and he is on a one-man blogging mission to purge the US. the military starting with the Department of Defense of these interdimensional poltergeist tricksters. He writes;

“According to Elizondo, Christian conservatives shut down AAWSAP for fear of demons, leaving only AATIP, which was less likely to summon Satan accidentally. And I am writing this as though any of this is a normal thing for the military to do.

If even half of these claims are true, we need to purge the military of all its paranormal-believing idiots.”

Yeah, OK, Jason. You are just so feisty!

Meanwhile, this week, British best-selling author, journalist, cryptozoologist and ufologist – Nick Redfern had written an article that was published on Mysterious Universe titled, “From Whistleblowers to Demons in the Department of Defense.” Redfern starts by saying;

“Back in 2010, I wrote a book called Final Events; a book that turned out to be very controversial. It was focused on the secret research and conclusions of a small think-tank-type group in the U.S. Government that believed (and still believes) that the UFO phenomenon is demonic in nature and origin.

I would not have been able to write the book had it not been for a man named Ray Boeche, a priest and UFO researcher/writer. In November 1991, Ray met with two people attached to the clandestine program. The pair had major concerns regarding where things were going. Ray was told that some of the people working on the Department of Defense program fell ill. There were strange runs of bad luck.

And, there were even deaths – of at least three people.

Redfern then says, “Those on the project were trying to interact with what they termed Non-Human Entities, or NHEs. In fairly quick time, however, the group came around to the theory that what they were really dealing with were demons.

It’s important to note something that not many realize: namely, that Ray was not the only person to interact with the two DoD guys.”

Cavalito then huffs and puffs;

“Normally, I would simply discount the whole thing as made up garbage, but the theoretical background the alleged defense officials describe is basically the same one developed by Jacques Vallée and Hal Puthoff in the 1970s.

Puthoff helped to push those ideas onto the Pentagon, and the letter is sadly consistent with what we know of Puthoff’s research interests and government efforts to explore Puthoff’s vision of interdimensional poltergeist tricksters.”

I like that, “interdimensional poltergeist tricksters,” so I AM going to steal the term with a twist and call them “dEMoNiC iNterDiMenSionAl PolTerGeiSt TricKstArs in uFoes!”

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Teratoma Tumor: The demonic mass that grows teeth, eyes, feet, and organs

Teratoma Tumor: The demonic mass that grows teeth, eyes, feet, and organs

I would like to introduce to you a real life demonic type entity that grows inside of both humans and animals. It can form eyes, teeth, hair and even organs as it parasitically feeds on your body for its life.

In modern science, we call it by the name “teratoma tumor” which is Greek for monster and the Latin tumor, from tumere ‘to swell’ which refers to a mass that grows somewhere in the body.

As you can see for yourself, these tumors look like the scariest fricken monsters that I have ever seen and they are growing in people.

These tumors contain several types of cells and began to grow various forms of tissue such as hair, teeth, eyeballs and even organs and feet. These things are real-life entities growing within people!

Check out this report in 2008 in Colorado Springs, Colorado of a teratoma case involving a baby with a small tumor in his brain. Doctors operated on a three-day old baby removing the tumor and were shocked to find that it contained one fully-formed foot, another partial foot, and the beginnings of a hand and thigh. The doctor said;

“I’ve never seen anything like it before. It looked like the breach delivery of a baby coming out of the brain.”

There is the case of the 18-year-old Hispanic boy who was overweight and had breathing problems. One day, he had a coughing fit and was rushed to the hospital after his father insisted when he coughed up blood.

The doctors did x-rays revealing what they thought was a massive cyst, the size of a basketball, crushing his lungs. They performed emergency surgery and were shocked when they found a huge teratoma tumor with hair, teeth and what looked like eyes of an underdeveloped fetus.

The dude was literally carrying a monster baby in his body. It is like the invasion of the body snatchers, but real life.

According to the National Cancer Institute, the most common places for these parasitic entities to grow are within the ovaries, testes and the tailbone. The most common form is a dermoid cyst of the ovary, which contains epidermis, hair follicles, and sebaceous glands.

But sometimes they grow in our heads as in the recent case of this 14-year-old boy with right eye proptosis and visual acuity impairment, headaches, and a neuralgia-like facial pain was found to have a large tumor filling his right cavernous sinus. The doctors found that the had fat, cartilage, muscle strands, bone, and a primordial tooth.(See link for more info)

Or in the lungs like this modern horror story of the 22-year-old woman with a history of a cough was found to have a mass in the left upper lobe of her lungs, mimicking a fungus ball. Yup, there is that demonic fungus again! The doctors performed an upper left upper lobectomy revealing a teratoma tumor composed of skin, sebaceous glands, hair follicles, apocrine glands, smooth muscle, cartilage, fat, and respiratory epithelium.(source link)

The good news is that they performed surgery on the young lad and lady to remove the monsters and both lived happily ever after.

There are reports of these tumors all over the internet. Here are some more examples for you to take a deep dive down the demonic tumor rabbit hole.

The New England Journal of Medicine reports that doctors remove the teeth and the tumor from the boy’s head during brain surgery. This is a form of teratoma called fetus in fetu, and may contain highly developed or even parafunctional organs.  The NE Journal reports:

“Multiple structures along the right periphery of the mass showed characteristics similar to those of teeth in the mandible (arrows). The patient underwent tumor resection through a right pterional approach; multiple fully formed teeth were seen in the tumor mass (Panel B). On pathological examination, an adamantinomatous craniopharyngioma was identified, which is a slow-growing tumor arising from Rathke’s pouch, an embryonic precursor to the anterior pituitary.

Such tumors consist of organized stratified squamous epithelium and wet keratin (keratin nodules) and may be cystic; the cysts are filled with viscous, yellow fluid containing cholesterol crystals. Histologically, adamantinomatous craniopharyngiomas closely resemble some odontogenic tumors and cysts. In the year since he underwent surgery, the patient has required shunting for bilateral subdural hygromas and receives thyroid and adrenal hormone-replacement therapy. He is making good developmental progress, and as part of his follow-up, he currently undergoes routine MRI.”

Livescience recently reported on one of the oldest cases when Spanish archaeologists found one of these monstor tumors calcified in the pelvis of a 30- year old Roman woman who died 1,600 years ago which had bone and four deformed teeth embedded within it.

In 2007 a Japanese woman had a teratoma tumour containing a lump holding a head, one fully formed eye and a number of internal organs removed from her right ovary.

In February 2014 the New England Journal of Medicine reported that doctors in Maryland in the US found fully-grown teeth growing in a 4-month-old baby boy’s enlarged head.

A 2018 study had shown that Intrapulmonary teratoma was misdiagnosed as aspergilloma is a 52‐year‐old woman who was complaining of intermittent episodes of hemoptysis for over 40 years. Chest computed tomography (CT) showed a cavitary lesion (5.5 × 5.3 cm) in the left upper lobe with heterogeneous components. The radiologic manifestations hinted a fungus ball (Fig (Fig1a).1a). Bronchoscopic biopsy and bronchoalveolar lavage failed to identify tumor cells or pathogens. A serum tuberculosis antibody test indicated no abnormalities.

The initial diagnosis was made by a local physician as Aspergillus infection because of positive results of Aspergillus galactomannan (GM) assay. The patient was administered voriconazole (4 mg/kg, q12h) for two weeks; however, her symptoms failed to alleviate. She was transferred to our hospital and underwent left upper lobectomy via a posterolateral thoracotomy through the fifth intercostal space. The specimen revealed a solid‐cystic mass containing yellow sebaceous material, hair and skin (Fig (Fig1b).1b).

Histopathological examination revealed a mature cystic teratoma lined by squamous epitheliums and sebaceous glands, hair follicles, mature adipose tissue, smooth muscles, cartilage and respiratory epithelium without any malignant cells. A final diagnosis of mature cystic intrapulmonary teratoma was established.

Postoperatively, the patient underwent a smooth recovery and was discharged at postoperative day (Source Link)

The word tumor is a general term for the mass that can be medically benign (generally harmless) or malignant (cancerous) growths which can proliferate the body uncontrollably and then destroy the healthy tissues as they spread systematically in the body.

The word cancer comes to us from the Father of Medicine, Hippocrates who in approximately 400 B.C. was said to have coined the term for these masses (tumors) he discovered growing in patients as karkinos — Greek for the word for crab because cancers “grab on and don’t let go.”

A malignant (cancerous) growth refers to a mass which we call a tumor that has the ability to invade surrounding tissues, metastasize (spread to other organs) and which may eventually lead to the patient’s death if untreated.

TOP IMAGE SOURCE:  Sculpture by Morgan Loebel (@morgansmutations) – This image was used to show what a human looking and fully formed tumor might look like.

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Tila Tequila says she was possessed by Satan and Demons sent secret agents to assassinate her

Tila Tequila says she was possessed by Satan and Demons sent secret agents to assassinate her

In a recent Youtube video (below), the now born-again Christian, Tila Tequila said she was possessed by Satan in 2012.

Tila said, “So back in 2012 I was in Hollywood and I was in the world of Satan.

I was possessed by Satan. Hollywood is a platform built by Satan,” Tila says.

“They kept sending me to doctors to overdose me and kill me.”

She then talks about the death of her fiancee Casey Johnson was the result of a Satanic ritual masterminded by Paris and Nicki Hilton.

“Paris and Nicky Hilton sacrificed Casey while I was in Texas. All of the demonic chicks like Courtenay Semel, Jasmine Lennard, The Hilton sisters went against me because they were the one who sacrificed her,” Tequila says.

“She told me all of their secrets and then they tried to sacrifice me.”

Next, she talks of the Xani bars and eight balls of cocaine..

“I was disgusted,” Tila says “So I took two Xanax bars and did two 8 balls of cocaine. Satan had me so on drugs.”

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Woman fleeing from demons dies after crashing stolen truck

Woman fleeing from demons dies after crashing stolen truck

In Arkansas, the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that a Tennessee mother was killed this week in a two-vehicle collision right after she claimed her children were possessed by demons and spoke of meeting Jesus, according to CBS Denver News.

Rosalind Craig, 41, died on a two-lane road north of Little Rock after she drove her Chevrolet Silverado with her children and a friend head-on into a utility truck.

CBS rported that witnesses claimed Craig was “taking them on the other side of heaven to meet Jesus,” and that they were “leaving the Memphis area due to being possessed by demons.”

Luckily, her passengers and the innocent driver of the utility truck survived and were all hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries.

Investigators say Craig stole a Shelby County-owned truck with government plates in the Memphis area late Sunday and then drove aimlessly through Arkansas.

Craig’s mother told WREG she called police to her daughter’s home after an altercation erupted between her daughter and a friend.

“She was saying there were demons in the house, and ‘I had demons in me.’ She looked like, she looked evil,” she said.

Craig’s children were placed with the Department of Children’s Services while they recover.

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Man says demons and Hitler made him kill his mother

Man says demons and Hitler made him kill his mother

No, this isn’t a lost chapter from Hitler’s Nazi manifesto, Mein Kampf. This is just another demon and story for the Cult of Demons.

On October 26, 2018, an Indiana man had told police after he allegedly killed his mother that he was possessed by demons and Hitler, according to News Week.

Jason A. Steiss, 34, is now in police custody charged in the beating death of his mom, Joy Steiss. Authorities were called to his home and approximately 1 a.m. and found the victim unconscious and unresponsive.

Investigators said Joy Steiss had suffered blunt force trauma and appeared to have been strangled.

During the police interview, the suspect said that he bit his mother on the arms, hit, punched and choked her. He had blood on his face, arms, hands and clothing.

Steiss also had told police many times that he needed to be put in prison for his actions and that he needed to be “put down” and said he “wanted the electric chair.”

Later, when Steiss was questioned if he felt bad about what he did, he said, “sort of, kind of.”

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Man charged with attempted murder for using silver knife to kill a demon witch

Man charged with attempted murder for using silver knife to kill a demon witch

A North Dakota man was arrested for attempted murder after he stabbed a woman because he thought “she was a witch and he had to slay her because she had cursed him.”

Court documents state that the perpetrator, Akmal Rashidovich Azizov, 20, had searched Google on his phone about how to slay witches and demons before the crime because he believed that she was the cause of all the negativity in his life.

He apparently found information online about breaking the curse by killing the witch with a silver knife on the “left side” of the victim.

Azizov is a from the Russian Republic of Uzbekistan and is a former Stillwater resident and 2016 Stillwater High School, valedictorian.

I found it interesting that the court documents stated that Azizov had approached the alleged witch from behind and tried to slash the “left side of her throat and all the stab wounds were on the left side of the victim.” Black magicians, Satanists, and witches are said to follow the Left-Hand Path.

Several local media outlets picked up the story. The Grand Forks Herald reported that Azizov told police he had been stalking the woman on campus and the city of Grand Forks for three weeks. Apparently, the victim had cut Azizov out of her life two weeks before the attack because she was alarmed after he told her about disturbing dreams, the Pioneer reported.

The suspect had allegedly planned to kill her on campus several times but lost his nerve at the last minute.

The Pioneer reported that Azizov’s allegedly told police he might have been dealing with schizophrenia and his lawyer argued during his hearing that the silver knife was not sharp enough to cause actual damage and his client may be suffering from mental health issues.

Link to the original article posted on the Cult of Demons Podcast website

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