How do I get rid of a demon?
Well, one way is to get a priest - which usually works.
But, if you are not of a particular faith or don't have the money to get a "licensed" exorcist in your house, there are a few methods you can use
which require no relgious belief or anything that can help you get rid of the unwanted.
1) For protection: Non-iodized salt (preferrably rock or sea) For some reason we have yet to understand, demons prefer windows and doors and will
not move through walls. Don't ask me why, but I've NEVER seen it happen. Dropping a line of salt at the doors and along the window sills OR around
yourself in a circle will keep not just demons, but a host of other spirits out of your hair. But this is effectively just a defense.
2) To rid: There are several full exorcism verses out there in the original latin that you can use to banish - I say again BANISH a demon. For
clarification - BANISH does not mean KILL. Since the entity is in a form of energy, you can't destroy it, but you can send it back. A medium
version verse follows:
Regnae terrae, cantate deo,
qui fertis super caelum
caeli ad orientim
ecce dabit voci suae
tribuite virtutem deo.
Exorcizamus te, omnis immundus spiritus
omnis satanica potestas, omnis incursio
infernalis adversarii omnis legio
omnis congregatio et secta diabolica.
Ergo draco maledicte
et omnis legio diabolica adjuramus te
cessa decipere humanas creaturas
eisque aeternae perditionis venenum propinare.
Vade, satana, inventor et magister
omnis fallaciae, hostis humanae salutis.
Humiliare sub potenti manu dei
contremisce et effuge, invocato a
nobis sancto et terribili nomine
quem inferi termunt.
Ab insidiis diaboli, libera nos, domine
ut ecclesiam tuam secura tibi facias
libertate servire, te rogamus, audi nos.
Ut inimicos sanctae ecclesiae humiliare digneris
te rogamus, audi nos.
Ut inimicos santae ecclesiae humiliare digneris
te rogamus, audi nos.
Terribilis deus de sanctuario suo
deus israhel ipse truderit virtutem
et fortitudinem plebi suae
benedictus deus. Gloria Patri.
That's the long version. I'd highly recommend learning the correct pronunciation of it if you decide to use it to banish. There is a shorter one
which is used in emergencies only:
Regna Terrae, cantate deo,
qui vehitor per calus
Ecce, edit vocem suam, vocem potentum
akinoscite potentiam dei!
et potentia ejus
Timendus est deus e sancto suo
deus israel; ipse potentiam
datet robor populo suo
Now, these are actually a bit tough to use if the thing is not confined in some way and if the thing is not in physical form, that makes it even
harder. The keys of Solomon contain pentacles that can be used to trap a demon into one place or area, and from there the exorcism ritual can be
These are my two favored methods in conjunciton with the signs in the key of solomon. I'm sure other people on this forum, particularly the wiccans,
witches and other users have their own methods which are all just as effective as mine. They could probably explain theirs far better than I can.
Can/should I be possessed by a Demon?
Again, the answer to this question is a resounding no. Willingly submitting yourself to what I've seen people go through is an idiotic endeavor at
best. If you have tried or are planning to summon a demon to be possessed, you are in for some serious trouble. These things, especially the
malevolent ones will use your body like a rag doll and completely ruin your life. It will take an experienced Catholic exorcist or someone else like
me to get it out and even then - what it will do when being extracted will probably be worse than whatever it did while it was in you.
As far as if you "can" be possessed, the answer is yes, depending on your situation and a variety of other factors. If you attempted a failed
summoning, then definitely. If you have a history of bad forays into the occult, it's possible. If you have proper defenses in place, then no.
There really is no set standard on what can cause you to be possessed, it can all come down to even being in the wrong place at the wrong time. We
have been able to collect no significat data that suggests there is an overall commonality for people who are possessed.
Some people are caught up in the hype thinking they're going to get paranormal abilities, wishes, better jobs, etc. But in reality, they can't
control what the demon does to or with them while they're possessed and that's reality not hype.
My advice to anyone who chooses willingly to try this is to 1) do some SERIOUS research into the matter to learn what will really happen upon
possession 2) learn about the demon and how they really act and what they will do and 3) Get some mental help.
What about relationships with demons?
Okay, this is actually a gray area for me and has been for quite a while. Since demons are varied as humans in their beliefs and how they act -
having a relationship with one could be beneficial for the individual involved on a case by case basis.
My most recent case deals with a malevolent (this one is, not ALL of them) Succubus in the area. I started doing a TON of research on Succubi and
their history. I posted a comment on a thread which you can read here, specifically about Succubi and Incubi:
I have literally stumbled across several communities online where people are recounting stories about relationships with these entities. A lot of the
accounts are positive but a select few are negative, which unfortunately for the people that are having bad experiences are quashed by the others in
the 'community.' Whether or not a relationship with a demon is a good thing is for an individual to decide based on their belief system and the
demon in question.
I'll have more to follow soon.
[edit on 9-6-2010 by mf_luder]