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Mexico Conducts Secret Nationwide Exorcism

Mass Exorcism Needed: Mexico Swept by Wave of Satanic Killings

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Mexico is being swept by a wave of satanic ritual killings with exorcists saying there is an unprecedented demand for their services.

Father José Antonio Fortea, a leading Mexican exorcist, who once ordered the mass exorcism of the whole country, has warned of an increase in satanic ritual killings.

He said that “devil worship” stemmed from the so-called cult of Santa Muerte, depicted as a human corpse with all the flesh picked off the bones, and dressed like a bride for her wedding.

The name means “Holy Death” – and it harks back to the days when to be sacrificed to the Aztec gods was considered the greatest honor.

"The vampire fad is something that's very close to Satanism," Father Fortea stated.

Edwin Juarez Palma, a 24-year-old restaurant worker, was beaten, strangled and had his neck slashed with a broken bottle by the proponents of the vampire cult during a ceremony intended to turn him into a vampire, the Sun wrote.

Police said that the young man was killed after being fooled into taking part in an initiation ceremony to become part of a satanic cult called the Sons of Baphomet 1.

Instead he was tortured after having his hands tied behind his back after one of the alleged killers persuaded the others that their victim should be sacrificed so he could return to life as a vampire. Two men and one woman, later arrested in connection with the killing, admitted that they belonged to the Sons of Bahomet 1 cult.

Police Chief Pablo Rocha said: “This crime took place during an initiation ceremony led by a satanic sect called Sons of Baphomet 1 during which the victim was supposed to become a vampire.”

The Mexican drug cartels reportedly pray to Santa Muerte for protection from the police and from death. They ask the skeletal saint to watch over their shipments of drugs and offer up human sacrifices to her.

Father Fortea linked the rise of satanic cults to secularism.

"The more a society abandons the ways of God, the more cases of Satanism. The more a nation is Christian, the fewer the cases of devil worship," he said.

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vampirism, satanic killings, human sacrifice, Exorcism, cult, drug cartels, Pablo Rocha, Edwin Juarez Palma, Father José Antonio Fortea, Mexico
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  • armor
    Books to read by Fr. Gabriele Amorth...
  • Want2B Wiseguy
    The satanic cults are running the governments, they're not just in petty drug shipping gangs! The satanic cults are the ones setting the secular godless laws saying you can worship demons without God's rules being enforced against them.

    The Catholic church is all about abandoning the way of God under the deceptive guise of serving him. The 10 commandments did not go away, and the rules of the prophets like Moses were not overthrown by God's royal son. He said this, even! The worst deception from the devils these days is the mistranslated name of God's son, which is necessary to drive out demons. He spoke Hebrew with the 12 Apostles he chose, and his name is super powerful. The phonetics of this name need to be translated verbatim to other languages without any new or substituted syllables, and the real name is not in the New Testament. The Father can teach you the real name, and I've given a clue on how to find it. The world desperately needs him, as all the problems we face are caused because of the lack of him.
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  • Organized religion is a mental aberration.
  • Abinico Arts
    I've been to mexico - it is a hell hole - truly a satanic place.
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