Skip to comments.Real-life case of demon possession documented
Posted on 03/14/2008 10:56:57 AM PDT by Joiseydude
An American woman who levitated, demonstrated paranormal psychic powers and spoke foreign languages unknown to her was clearly demon possessed, according to a board-certified psychiatrist and associate professor of clinical psychiatry at New York Medical College.
The unnamed woman, with a long history of involvement with Satanic groups, was observed by a team of priests, deacons, several lay assistants, psychiatrists, nuns, some of whom also had medical and psychiatric training, levitating six inches off the ground while objects flew off shelves in the same room, according to Dr. Richard E. Gallagher, who documented the case in the February issue of the New Oxford Review.
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Wonder if she was also an Obama supporter?
Will she have to suspend her presidential campaign and give up her senate seat?
I’m guessing they jsut happened to forget the cameras for the “levitated, and demonstrating paranormal psychic powers” portion of the exam.
I think I’ll pass...........
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She’s not my girlfriend. I find her interesting because she’s a client and because she sleeps above her covers... *four feet* above her covers. She barks, she drools, she claws!
This is a common occurence at Obama rallies.
I thought it was Hillary!...
Are you suggesting Obama start carryung a crucifix?
Yup, that was my first thought, too. Then again, if/when the very rare (as noted in the article) possessions occur, what would make one believe that such technological device would be permitted to work by the entity/entities involved? If demons are real and really can posses people, preventing technological recording of their acts would probably be a simple matter for them. After all, something that can affect the electrical process in a person's brain and nervous system -- most certainly a requirement for possession -- certainly could screw up a cameera. This would certainly be something such an entity would want to do because verifiable proof of demonic activity more than implies the existence of the opposite, namely God.
And even if there were recordings/photos, what would that prove? Such are far too easy to fake these days.
PS Not saying that I buy into this, but won't completely discount the possibility. Then again, I am a skeptic by nature, so certainly don't consider this unsubstantiated, albeit well written, article by one person to be proof of anything.
” levitating six inches off the ground while objects flew off shelves in the same room, according to Dr. Richard E. Gallagher, ...
... who proceded to hit her over the head with his giant sledge hammer
“PS Not saying that I buy into this, but won’t completely discount the possibility. Then again, I am a skeptic by nature, so certainly don’t consider this unsubstantiated, albeit well written, article by one person to be proof of anything.”
Well, that should about cover all sides ....
Glad to see you are committed to your convictions on this...
WorldNetDaily is an upstanding conservative site often quoted by Rush Limbaugh.
Why are you on this conservative site bad mouthing another conservative site?
LOL!! (You owe me a new keyboard!)
WND frequently has silly cr@p on their site and Rush is no genius.