Sunday, March 20, 2011

Possesed: The Modern Exorcism Watch: 'I've Seen the Devil'

Read before viewing: The story is about Channing Moss, who was impaled by a live RPG Warhead during a Taliban ambush in Afghanistan while on patrol. 

Army protocol says that medivac choppers are never to carry anyone with a live round in him.  
Even though they feared it could explode, the flight crew said damn the protocol, and flew him to the nearest aid station.  
Again, protocol said that in such a case the patient is to be put in a sandbagged area away from the surgical unit, given a shot of morphine and left to wait (and die) until others are treated. Again, the medical team ignored the protocol.  
Here's a short video put together by the Military Times, whic h includes actual footage of the surgery where Dr. John Oh, a Korean immigrant who became a naturalized citizen and went to West Point, removed the live round with the help of volunteers and a member of the EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) team.  Moss has undergone six operations but is doing well at home in Gainesville, GA. 
I think you'll find the video absolutely remarkable.See the Military Video by clicking the URL below.

A Massachusetts mom is accused of killing her 3-year-old daughter by stuffing roses down her throat in an exorcism to remove the demons inside the girl, according to court documents.
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Possessed: The Modern Exorcism
Watch: 'I've Seen the Devil'
VIDEO: The Catholic Church Talks About Exorcism
Watch: Bishops Meet for Exorcism Conference
VIDEO: A N.C. woman is accused of having sex with her grandson as part of an exorcism.
Watch: Did Exorcism Ritual Include Sex Abuse?

Dora Alicia Tejada Pleitez, 26, was arrested Tuesday in connection with her daughter's death. She is being held without bail pending a mental competency hearing. She pleaded not guilty.

On Monday afternoon, Pleitez's brother discovered his sister holding her daughter Nicole's lifeless body.

Pleitez's brother, Amilcar Antonio Tejada, had returned home after his wife called to tell him that Pleitez was acting in a bizarre manner.

Tejada told police that when he arrived at the Nantucket home, his sister told him that "they need to pray and that their sister, Maria Elena, was also in the room," according to court documents.

Maria Elena had died several years ago. Pleitez told her brother that her daughter's face looked like the ghost of Maria Elena.

Pleitez previously told her brother that she'd been "given a gift by God that allowed her to see people that had passed away," according to court documents.

While being treated at the hospital for an injury to her hand sustained the day her daughter died, Pleitez told staff that she had stuck a rose down Nicole's throat because God had told her to, according to court documents.

On Tuesday, the same day she was arrested for her daughter's death, Pleitez told her priest that she was forcing a rose down Nicole's throat to ward off the devil when "she realized the rose was actually her fist and that 'the devil' bit her hand through Nicole," the documents read.

At the home, police found pink rose petals on the floor.

Pleitez told hospital staff that she had considered performing an exorcism on her son, Luis, too.

She "had thought about fighting the demons out of both children and that at one point had a child in each arm," the documents read.

When police arrived Monday at around 12:40 p.m., the little girl was rushed to Nantucket Cottage Hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Pleitez told police through a Spanish interpreter that she was sitting on her couch with the little girl and her son, Luis. She said that the little girl had fallen asleep and that she too fell asleep, according to court documents.

Our Roman Catholic Church is presently going through a process of change once again and we will be witnessing this event soon  being implemented to all termed, "The people of God."
Those who study scripture are familiar with my Subject word (Allegory.) but do you fully understand it?
Below is an interesting article to expand your mindset. 
Greek Allegory and the Christian reinterpretation of the Hebrew Bible:
Professor Angus on Greek Allegory:
"Allegory was the application of philosophy to mythology, which sought in the myths, however crude, a hidden spiritual meaning.
Allegory was probably developed earlier among the Greeks than among the Jews.
The Stoics, deriving this method from the Cynics, brought it to perfection as a theological weapon, by means of which they were able to conserve the form of popular religion while transforming the content...How early the allegorical method was adopted by the Jews it is difficult to determine with certainty.
It certainly would be in demand as early as the translation of the Septuagint in Egypt. Aristobulus used it freely in his exposition on the Pentateuch, and Schurer believes that allegoric exegesis was in vogue in Palestine a considerable time before the days of Philo, who applied it wholesale to the Hebrew scriptures.
He was followed by Paul, through whom allegory entered upon its long career in Christian theology.
It has been largely forgotten by Christian scholars and believers that the New Testament is NOT a direct heir of the religious and moral attitude of the Old Testament. Between the compilation of the Old Testament and time of Jesus, many centuries elapsed and the very nature of the Jewish approach to God and man had been transformed. CHRISTIANITY AROSE ON THE BASIS OF THESE FRESH NEW JEWISH ACHIEVEMENTS...

On the other hand, there seems to be a kind of inhibition in the mind of 'gentile' scholars who still hesitate to consider the results of studies about the origins of Christianity written by Jewish born human beings. Strangely enough this restraint in regards to Jewish scholarship can also often be observed even in the field of the research of Jewish sources. Seldom are the Jewish contributions in this area of scholarship utilized by Christian scholars. Often these works are not even known to them." (PP. Xvii, xxviii, "Introduction." David Flusser. Judaism and the Origins of Christianity. Jerusalem. The Magnes Press. The Hebrew University. 1988. ISBN 965-233-627-6 )
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The following is heatedly denied by the Church in Truth as never happening  And as the Roman Procurator said to have said in the Book: 'Truth? What is Truth?"
"What profit has not that fable of Christ brought us!"
--Pope Leo X

(As attributed by John Bale, Bishop of Ossory, in The Pageant of Popes, p. 179, 1574)

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