Wednesday, August 17, 2011

New Teenie Fad: Become an Exorcist!

Teen girls are known for fashions and fads. The hottest new line of cosmetics, the latest boy band, unzipped bluejeans that drive the boys crazy ... you never know what's going to be next. But exorcism?
"... if the forces of darkness start getting the upper hand, who should you call? Evangelist Reverend Bob Larson of Spiritual Freedom Churches International - and his remarkable school for exorcists. 'We have found that our female, teenage exorcists are particularly effective at curing the possessed,’ says Rev Larson, whose daughter Brynne is a supernaturally talented exorcist."
Brynne and her teen girlfriends, whose ages range from fifteen to nineteen, are having the time of their young lives. They get to tie their victims clients to chairs, then shout words like "Lucifer!" and "Beelzebub!" They're taught about curse breaking and chanting. Their clients yell, vomit, and even go into convulsions! What great fun.

And they're out to save us!
"I think Harry Potter and Twilight are instigators of evil,’ Savannah says. ‘They nullify morality and just serve to hook people in with evil.
I'm sure it's all great fun! And golly, they're probably the envy of all the other girls – what could be cooler than being an exorcist?

The trouble is, what they're really doing is medical quackery. These are nothing more than teenagers having fun with patients who are probably showing symptoms of depression, schizo-affective disorder, full schizophrenia, or some other very serious mental illness. At best they're not helping, and at worst their victims could die.

These unhappy victims need medical help. The Roman Catholic Church's continued belief in demonic possession and exorcism should be an embarrassment to all reasonable Catholics. If it weren't one of the most powerful churches in the world, they would be in court facing charges of unlawful medical practices.


  1. Reading the headline, I thought these girls were just silly Otaku who liked the anime "Blue Exorcist", but I can see now after reading the blog post that they are just bag s@#% crazy


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