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Tuesday, July 29, 2014
A first thought is that religion does not own the demon meme nor for
that matter the angel meme. They both belong to the soul – spirit
– Ubermind Matrix that actually informs and directs our physical
existence. Our own consciousness is part of this.
A demon is a degenerated spirit that rejects life and carries hatred
that is irrational to most. This spirit is able to use a weakness go
assault the spirit of a living human and bring about affliction.
This can express itself in many ways, not often enough to be
What we have here is a qualified observer who reports an increase in
the phenomena of demonic possession. I have heard reports from
others who have helped remove such spirits and I expect the
increasing use of Ayahausca will go a long way to controlling this
phenomena. It amazes me how specific practices continue with success
while been pointedly ignored by mandated agencies.
Cop-Turned-Demonologist on Why He Believes Possessions Are on the
Rise — and the Most Terrifying Thing He’s Seen During an Exorcism
believing in the existence of good, evil and God, ex-New York Police
Department sergeant Ralph Sarchie didn’t consider himself a
particularly religious guy — that is, until he began battling what
he says are dangerous, supernatural forces.
self-described demonologist who was once a cop for the 46th police
precinct in New York City — and the inspiration for the new
Hollywood film “Deliver Us From Evil” — told TheBlaze that he
believes possessions and infestations are on the rise.
on the rise. I hate to say it,” Sarchie said in an interview. “As
society pushes God out, no one can deny that that’s happening.
There’s a good portion of society that just cannot stomach Jesus
Christ and when I see that, I have to wonder where that hatred comes
Of the many exorcisms
he has participated in and assisted with, Sarchie — who became an
independent part-time paranormal investigator while working with the
NYPD — said the most terrifying thing he has seen
occurred when he placed a crucifix next to a supposedly possessed
“We had a couple of
relics in the church that day and mine was on the right side of this
person’s head near the ear area … I usually stand in front,” he
said. “I could see the eyes — that one eye looking over
at the crucifix, but not turning the head. The head was like a statue
… the eyes were going back and forth and that was a frightening
thing to see.”
Sarchie described the
person as looking like a trapped animal who was scared but still very
much a volatile predator attempting an escape.
“I’ve been a cop
for a long time. I dealt with a lot of emotionally disturbed persons
[and] I’ve arrested some pretty bad people and I have never, never
in my life in the street seen anything like that,” he said. “A
murderer’s look from a person is nothing like a person who is under
As for his work — a
career that is certainly unconventional — the former cop broke his
professional life down in simple terms.
“Demonology is the
study of demons. It’s like all your all other ‘ologies,’”
Sarchie said. “I approach it from a religious point of view.”
While he wasn’t
always the strong Roman Catholic he is today, Sarchie said that he
realized that battling the forces of evil meant securing a good
relationship with God.
“If I was going to
get involved in battling the devil, I needed to get a strong
religion,” he said. “I pray every day — I pray my rosary every
day and I pray to God every day that what I’m doing in this life is
pleasing to him. I can only do what I know he wants me to do.”
Sarchie recalled how
he became involved in demonology: After getting married and having
his first daughter, he connected with Ed and Lorraine Warren,
real-life paranormal investigators who were depicted in last year’s
horror flick “The Conjuring.”
“I became one of
their students and I started to go out on cases with [the Warrens],”
Sarchie told TheBlaze.
He described the signs
of possession, including unnatural strength, speaking in different
languages, having knowledge of events that one would have no way of
knowing, a woman speaking in a man’s voice and a person making
who said only ordained clergy should perform exorcisms, explained
that possessed individuals oftentimes know information about the past
sins of exorcists and assistants.
Watch the “Deliver
Us From Evil” trailer below:
Despite making a name
for himself as a prominent demonologist, Sarchie said he has never
accepted a penny for his assistance, always offering his services
free of charge. In fact, he said, cases often cost him money, as he
must fund his own travel expenses to various localities.
The former cop says he
knows there are many who doubt his claims, but he told TheBlaze he
doesn’t pay them any mind.
“I get word of all
these skeptics out there and some of them are getting real nasty,”
he said. “I’m not interested in what they say, I’m not
interested in what they think about me. I don’t care.”