|Things that go bump in the night......
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|Author:||Vince Sheridan [ Sun Oct 07, 2007 9:15 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Things that go bump in the night......|
Interesting report, but what is most telling is the fact the Chief exorsist in the novus ordo finds the " new" excornism rite to be null.
From Novus Ordo Watch;
Gallup police reported a bizarre set of circumstances following a recent emergency call to the home of Roman Catholic Bishop Donald Pelotte. An incident report from the McKinley Metropolitan Dispatch Authority reported that Pelotte told operators '...gentle little people, about 3 to 4 feet tall, and wearing Halloween masks' were in the hall. The dispatch log reported that Pelotte said he hid in a closet while the people were in his home."
NOW Comments: Pelotte's sad case is curious, to say the least. Some have suggested that a head injury he sustained earlier in the year may be causing hallucinations and possibly an early onset of Alzheimer's for the 62-year-old "bishop." The earlier incident was strange, too; when police found him he looked to have been beaten (one report told of "blood on the floor and wall and he was badly bruised"), but when questioned by police, Pelotte insisted that the had fallen down the stairs. But the latest is still more peculiar, with Pelotte hiding in a closet to get away from "gentle little people" in Halloween masks who wouldn't leave his home when asked. There is a particular classification of demon that fits such a description rather closely: imp. The third definition of the word from the on-line Webster's Dictionary reads:
Imp ; A young or inferior devil; a little, malignant spirit; a puny demon; a contemptible evil worker. (Think cherub gone bad. -NOW)
Illustration: Sorcerer uses magic spell to summon an imp.
Of course, gentle or less threatening are surely only relative terms if what is being discussed is a demonic manifestation. Certainly the term gentle is belied by Pelotte behavior, if he tried to avoid them by hiding in a closet. Perhaps they weren't overtly threatening, but their was something about the way they looked and/or behaved that convinced him that he wanted nothing to do with them, something that convinced him to call 9-1-1. The sad thing for Pelotte is that if this is an early stage of possession, then the church of which he is a leader has no adequate remedy to combat it, for even the former chief exorcist in Rome considers the Novus Ordo rite "unusable" against demons, calling its declarations "the fruit of "ignorance and inexperience." [A concession by an official in Modernist Rome does allow the true ritual to be used, provided authorization is granted to the would-be exorcist by the local "bishop." We use the qualifying term "would-be" simply because there is the issue of whether these men are validly ordained or not; if they are not valid priests, they cannot be exorcists in the true sense of the word. In that case, we hope for Pelotte's sake that he is merely seeing things that aren't really there and not things that are visiting him from a malignant dimension.
And time marches on towards " Hallows" eve ..........
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