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Skype exorcism: how and why does it work

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moonman

Ive never heard of such silliness.

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Alchopwn

I always think it is kind of funny how Catholics hand their family members over to be tormented by the clergy.  Thanks for the article Freetoroam.  Someone needs to remind the Catholci population of the saying "Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me".  Perhaps this exorcism fad is a deliberate form of sadistic discipline employed by families to brow-beat and break family members they hate?  One must also wonder where the exorcists were during the witch hunting era?  Surely it would have been a good move to exorcise witches rather than burning them?  Or was it really all about property rights and inheritance?

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The Truman show
On 1/22/2019 at 11:29 PM, Piney said:

Psychology, The power of suggestion and the power of intention is all that is needed. Everything else is just fluff. 

And if it makes a difference why does it matter whether its real or not. 

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drakonwick

WOW! This is borderline insanity. The problem is people actually promote this garbage! Ignore it, and let it die.

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Jon the frog
On 2/12/2020 at 12:32 AM, drakonwick said:

WOW! This is borderline insanity. The problem is people actually promote this garbage! Ignore it, and let it die.

But it can be fun to try it after a lot of beer !

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