Prophecy Sign: Increase in occult/demonic activity
Of course while the Catholic Church, (and others), stare up into the cosmos looking for ET, (our other blog entry of today), ET's kindred spirits, (demonic activity), are growing exponentially down here on earth. Interesting correlation with Jesus Christs first advent to earth and his soon second coming; Demonic activity was off the charts during Christs ministry on earth, (just read all the accounts in the gospels), and demonic activity is ramping up as we quickly approach Christs second advent. Coincidence? We think not. Satan and his angels know bible prophecy better than the best bible scholar ever has.
The rest of mankind who were not killed by these plagues still did not repent of the work of their hands; they did not stop worshiping demons, and idols of gold, silver, bronze, stone and wood--idols that cannot see or hear or walk. Revelation 9:20 NIV
Exorcisms on the rise: Occult activity sparks 'pastoral emergency'
Catholic experts say occult activity and the resulting need for exorcisms has reached a critical level. Just prior to the season of all things supernatural, the International Association of Exorcists (AIE) met for their 12th annual conference in
from Oct. 20-25. According to AIE spokesperson Dr. Valter Cascioli, an
increasing number of bishops and cardinals asked to participate in the
conference due to an increase in demonic activity. “It’s becoming a pastoral
emergency,” Cascioli told CNA. “At the moment
the number of disturbances of extraordinary demonic activity is on the rise.” The
rise in demonic activity can be attributed to a decreasing faith among
individuals, coupled with an increase in curiosity and participation in occult
activity such as Ouija boards and séances, Cascioli added.
Exorcisms Are On The Rise: Priests Point To Growing Fascination With The Occult
“There has been a greater demand for people to call and talk to exorcists,” Father Vince Lampert, an exorcist for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis, told International Business Times. He is one of 50 Vatican-trained exorcists in the
“From a faith perspective it may seem like the devil has upped his game, so to
speak. I don’t think the devil has upped his game, but more people are inclined
to play that game.” Lampert’s words echo
throughout the exorcism world. In late October, the International Association
of Exorcists held a conference on the impact of the occult and Satanism. Valter
Cascioli, a spokesman for the 300-member organization, warned of an
"extraordinary increase in demonic activity," citing how Satanic
groups are “constantly increasing."