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- Exorcism and Demonic Possession Causes, Facts, Deliverance, Prayers, Self-Help
- What is Exorcism?
- History of Exorcism
- Exorcism among the Jews
- Exorcism in the New Testament
- Ecclesiastical Exorcisms
- What is Possession?
- Cases of Possession
- Demonic Possession in the Bible
- How Do People Become Possessed by Demons?
- How do demons enter?
- Nature of Demonic spirits
- Involuntary entry point of demons
- Generational curse
- How Do Evil Spirits Enter Us?
- Signs of Possession
- The Extraordinary Activities of Satan Defined
- External Pain
- Diabolic Possession
- Diabolic Oppression
- Diabolic Obsession
- Diabolic Infestation
- Diabolic Subjugation
- How Does One Become Possessed?
- Blessing of the Medal of St Benedict
- The Exorcism Prayer - English version
- The Exorcism Prayer - Latin version
- Finding Help
- St. Michael the Archangel Prayer
- Prayers of Deliverance
- Prayers against Every Evil
- Prayers for Inner Healing
- Rosary Prayer
- Real Exorcism Video
Exorcism and Demonic Possession
Exorcism (from Late Latin exorcismus—to adjure) is the practice of evicting demons or other evil spiritual entities from a person or place which they are believed to have possessed. The practice is quite ancient and still part of the belief system of many religions. The person performing the exorcism, known as an exorcist, is often a priest, or any individual thought to be graced with special powers or skills. In Christianity, exorcisms are performed in the name of Jesus Christ. A Distinction is made between a formal exorcism, which can only be conducted by a priest during a Baptism or with the permission of a Bishop, and "prayers of deliverance" which can be said by anyone. In general, possessed persons are not regarded as evil in themselves, nor wholly responsible for their actions... (Read more at: Exorcism and Demonic Possession Causes, Facts, Deliverance, Prayers, Self-Help