Last night, I watched a really scary documentary called “The Exorcist”.
Have you heard of this one?
In this incredibly interesting documentary, there’s a little girl whose mental illness is undiagnosable by all the top doctors from all the top hospitals. The mental illness gives the girl incredible strength and the ability to move her bed just by lying in it.
I think the little girl was smoking meth a lot, and the strength it gave her was shocking. And since this was a documentary, seeing the first-hand account of these things helped me believe in things I’ve only heard about in the past.
Because it turns out that this little girl was literally possessed by demons.
It got a little weird when the little girl started killing people, but her mom was so rich that she went unpunished.
When all science fails the little girl, the doctors turned the mother toward the very accurate and noble profession of Priesthood.
Yes, it was priests who were finally able to solve the problem. I don’t want to spoil the end, but everything turns out okay.
It sure is awesome that we live in a period of time when supernatural events can be captured on film, and shown to doubters and skeptics. So that no doubt can be cast upon the extraordinary claims made anyone.
Documentaries like this are invaluable tools to show everyone just how powerful Satan really is, and that it takes selfless priests, blood sweat and tears to remove demons from little girls.
At a time when the popularity of mental illness and definable diseases have started to overshadow biblical-style demon possession, it’s comforting to know we have heroes in black uniforms lead by a ultimate leader in bejeweled costumes who are so dedicated to the cause that they don’t get married to women, but to their followers.