Vatican chief exorcist describes signs of devil obsession ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ˆ

The main Catholic exorcist, father Gabriele Amorth, who died in 2016, said that he had met the devil 60 thousand times in 30 years. The book of his colleague Marcello Stanzione, โ€œThe Devil is Afraid of Me,โ€ describes priestly exorcism sessions and signs of obsession, reports the Daily Mail.

The exorcist claimed that he once encountered Satan in the morning of 1997 - then a young Italian was brought to his office in Rome. Amorth noted that the possessed knew only his native language, but the spirit inside him spoke excellent English. The priest began a session of exile and demanded that the devil give his name. โ€œHe was shocked when he was told that the spirit is Lucifer himself,โ€ the newspaper writes. When the exorcist ordered Lucifer to leave the Italian, the body of the young man tensed, ascended over the floor for several minutes, and then collapsed into a chair. After this, Satan admitted defeat and named the exact day and time when he left, Amorth said.

Father Amorth became a student of the exorcist in 1986, and already in 1990 founded the International Association of Exorcists. First, he conducted sessions in the temple of the Holy Stairs, then moved to the headquarters of his order. According to Stationion, Amorth was famous for his sense of humor. โ€œAmorthโ€™s favorite joke was this:โ€œ Do you know why the devil runs away when he sees me? Because I'm uglier than him, โ€โ€ the memoir says.

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