U.S. Customs and Border Protection appears to have captured a demon-possessed human trafficker, and supporting video evidence will not be shown at five o’clock by the establishment news media.
The case for demons living among humans since The Fall has long been debated. Hollywood capitalized on a fascination considered fiction by some and fact by others. According to credible reports, the Vatican issued its first guidance regarding demons and priestly exorcisms as far back as 1614, when Pope Paul V published the “Rite of Exorcism.” Those who thumb their nose at ideas from previous centuries as outdated or driven by superstition may be surprised to learn the Pope had the guidance revised and re-issued in 1999.
“A line (in the rite) said that the exorcist should be careful to distinguish between demon possession and melancholy, which was a catchall for mental illness,” Rev. Mike Driscoll, author of “Demons, Deliverance, Discernment: Separating Fact from Fiction about the Spirit World,” reportedly said. “The church knew back then that there were mental problems. It said the exorcist should not have anything to do with medicine. Leave that to the doctors.”
The term exorcism comes from the Greek word “exousia,” meaning “oath.” Religious studies scholar James R. Lewis, author of “Satanism Today: An Encyclopedia of Religion, Folklore, and Popular Culture,” wrote that “To exorcise thus means something along the lines of placing the possessing spirit under oath — invoking a higher authority to compel the spirit — rather than an actual ‘casting out.’”
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops indicates that demonic possession can be confirmed by telltale signs that include excessive strength, aversion to holy water, ability to speak seemingly unknown languages, spitting, cursing, and perverse sexual activity. The individual Border Patrol agents apprehended demonstrated several of these signs. But perhaps the linchpin was that the illegal was engaged in trafficking young girls, most likely for prostitution.
“Large smuggling operations are abandoning migrants in dangerous situations at an alarming rate. In fiscal 2021, the border patrol rescued 12,877 migrants in the southwest border regions, compared to around 5,000 in previous years. Last week, the border patrol rescued 25 undocumented migrants who had been left in a locked trailer with no way to escape,” according to The Hill.
On the viral video, law enforcement officials are heard asking the handcuffed women to move completely inside a vehicle. Not complying with commands, the human trafficker hisses, curses, and growls in what may be considered speaking in tongues if you listen closely. What’s eerie about the footage is that while the detained human trafficker rages and prevents officers from closing the vehicle’s door, a chilling calm occupies her eyes. Hardly a wrinkle rises, or a hard stare occurs as if the human trafficker does not appear cognizant.
“There was one woman who was like 90 pounds soaking wet. She threw a Lutheran deacon who was about 200 pounds across the room,” Ivy League-educated psychiatrist Dr. Richard Gallagher reportedly said. “That’s not psychiatry. That’s beyond psychiatry.”
The question of demonic possession continues to be an object of debate between the faithful and faithless. But logic dictates dark forces would be attracted to the U.S.-Mexico border chaos created by Joe Biden and liberal elites determined to undermine American Christian culture and freedoms. Secular and evil forces have been tearing at the country’s Christian fabric for ages, and they now have co-conspirators at the highest levels of government.