Friday, July 31, 2015

Exorcism by Helicopter

(Rome) An exorcism was conducted from a helicopter over an entire site. The unusual event took place in Italy.This evil should be "expelled" from the region. In the town of Castellammare di Stabia, several churches and religious representations were profaned, destroyed and graves were desecrated.
"Satan has taken over the place", say the media of unrest that spreads in the population. Castellammare di Stabia is located in the Gulf of Naples, near the town of the same name. With its nearly 65,000 inhabitants, Castellammare di Stabia is famous for the large yards and the beaches with the picture-postcard view of Mount Vesuvius.

Broken Tombs, Upside Down Crosses Were Cause for Concern

Exorcism of Castellammare di Stabia
Broken tombs, upside-down crosses and destroyed statues of Mary were not only cause for discussion in the small town, but also for growing concern. "These acts of evil put the presence of the devil near" and "show that  devil worshipers are working their mischief in the city," said Info Vaticana, quoting residents of the southern Italian city.
For this reason, they asked a priest whose identity is kept secret, to liberate Castellammare di Stabia  from evil. Satan was "possessing the place," which is why only an exorcism could return peace and quiet again. A group of faithful contacted a priest who asked not publicize his name publicly.
He was provided a helicopter, he carried  an exorcism from from the air directly above the place. The aim was "to  liberate the place from evil," to clean the sins of the people and call down blessings upon Castellammare di Stabia".
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Image: Infovaticana / Wikicommons
Trans: Tancred vekron99@hotmail.com
Link to Katholisches..
AMDG

16 comments:

Geremia said...

Must've required a lot of holy water. I wonder if it was a fire-fighting helicopter?

Anonymous said...

It would be more useful if that helicopter were used by local police for night-time surveillance and the real criminals caught. But that would be very politically incorrect because anybody with half a brain, even the local constabulary, know who is responsible, and they are the thousands of muslim criminals aka 'refugees', the pope's darlings, in the Naples region.
G.

Anonymous said...

Even satanists aka very stupid guys, do their job, and don't forget that some tombs are destroyed to recover coffins and sell them one more time....

Dane said...

I could use a flyover where I live.

Geremia said...

Holy water chemtrails? ☺

Anonymous said...

The helicopter with the exorcist priests would do well and be of better service performing the exorcism over the Vatican and the Apostolic Palace while making a low fly-by.
Exorcise the demons in the Vatican. We're in desperate need of that!

TLM said...

Umm.......why not do a major exorcism over the entire U.S.??

TLM said...

Yes, the Vatican could use one as well. Great idea!! Wonder how effective it might be?

Geremia said...

That would be akin to consecrating Russia. Certainly, it would be a good thing.

Geremia said...

The very knowledge that such an exorcism occurred would be a great spiritual work of mercy: instructing the ignorant as to the insidiousness of Modernism.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone remember the historis photograph of a huge bolt of lightning striking the Cross atop the dome of Saint Peter's Basilica in the Vatican on the very day that Benedict XVI announced his resignation? It was an ominous sign of things to come, and many believe that it was a sign that at that point, Satan had entered the Vatican and the heart of the Catholic Church. Demonic forces were unleashed, forces that produced the election of Pope Francis, and all the evil and rot and scandal that has happened since his election, not to mention the persecution of the Faithful and the persecution of Catholic traditional belies and practices.
People swarmed to Francis as he lead them away from the light of God and into the corruption and darkness of sin....communion for the divorced, acceptance of homosexuality and all that ges with it, etc. and the mockery of cherished Catholic traditions and beliefs/teachings.
An exorcism of the Vatican, the Curia, and the Apostolic Palace is indeed necessary and urgent. So to is the removal of Francis in whatever way God plans...hopefully soon, and the election of a truly holy, truly Catholic Pope in the mold of a Benedict XVI, St. Pius V, Venerable Pius XII or St. Pius X.

Anonymous said...

An ominous photo. Yes. But there are other photos online of lightning strikes on that same dome of the Vatican. If those photos are real then it is a common occurrence.

Anonymous said...

Common? Nope. The chances of it happening as a regular occurance are slim. If it was any ordinary day, no one would have thought anything of it...but it was the very day of Benedict XVI's resignation....about 4 hrs. after he had resigned.
Not a common occurrence, and considering what dya it was, not a coincidence either.

Anonymous said...

No common, it was at 8:00 Pm the same day he resigned, the bolt lasted about 10 minutes, and the same thing happened on February, 28th, when the papal apartements were empty, it was an evil omen, like the earthquake in Castelgandolfo when the last Pope arrived, I think the BoR is the living evidence, nothing to be said anymore. God vbless+

Anonymous said...

I live in Philadelphia, and it was just announced that the sale of tickets for Papal events (train tickets) is going much slower than SEPTA (Southeast Pennsylvania Transit Authority) anticipated. Moreover, there are still plenty of hotel/motel rooms for people. Apparently, (I hope) this whole ordeal with Francis coming to the USA will be a huge flop.
How embarrassing for Francis and His Vatican that would be. Let us pray it is a total failure, low turnouts, and all that goes with it.
No one would deserve it more that Francis....LOL!!!

Paul Luke said...

I visited Castellamare some months ago because my wife and son has never been there and my mother was born there - I had visited my family many times as a youngster. On this trip I said there was a presence of the occult. Castellamare was formerly a poor Catholic but pious community but largely poor and adrift today, a time capsule of old times but no faith to speak of. Piety was such that many years ago my Grandmother, after losing family purse, received a vision of local saint Gerard Majella who informed her of its whereabouts. The patron saint saved Castellamare from bombing during World War Two, that's why paintings of San Catel flying over Castellamare are traditional, and maybe why a helicopter was used!

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