This video shows a preacher casting out a homosexuality demon and a rage demon apparently. It looks silly as anything and you can even hear a giggle
or two from the crowd over the "demon's" performance.
Jump to 1:50 for hilarity.
edit on 28-10-2012 by dashen because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by dashen
I wonder if the gay dude is being hypnotized, really believes this silliness, or is a paid actor.
Religion can enchant people into believing anything. People resort to anything in desperate times and religion was the best outlet for this
individual. However, religion is taking advantage of this mans confusion and desperation.
Then again, he could be part of a grand act, who knows.
edit on 28-10-2012 by MDDoxs because: (no reason given)
We have Pagans in the family (I am not one), and I assure you that witches are not female demons and would be highly offended by someone referring to
them as such. However, for the most part I think that most women (myself included) have been referred to as demons or something that rhymes with
witches during particular times of the month.
Surprisingly lots of gay people have actually undergone such exorcisms at some point or other.
Mine wasn't as dramatic, and maybe it worked for a second, because towards the end the pastor laying hands on me was suddenly no longer impressive and
attractive, but just looked like a big, phoney doofus.
For more exorcism spectacle see this clip of Jinn catching, where the Christian and Jewish Jinn (and those who supposedly deceive people into joining
these religions) are converted to Islam or expelled.
More is explained in the clip.
Clearly here there are also female Jinns.
edit on 28-10-2012 by halfoldman because: (no reason given)
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