Public Viewing – Exorcism of Emily Rose

We are now studying, praying, discussing, “The Exorcism of Emily Rose,” and the underlying real life case of Anneliese Michel upon which it is based.

Registered students and trainers are free to choose their own media for this prayer and study and have full access to our discussion and prayer groups because this case of Emily Rose (Anneliese Michel) applies to more than a dozen our own current cases, and certainly applies to many cases in our future.

Public viewers who also study and pray along with us using their favorite media may make open, but moderated comments.

Our discussion of the Dr. Richard Gallagher book, “Demonic Foes,” has been moved to private and password protected back pages or to encrypted email because we are discussing and praying over our privacy protected cases.


Update: March 2, 2023,  three of our trainers and one medical doctor with us are undertaking the massive project of correlating standard ICD and standard DSM codes into weighted factors for diagnosing differences between mental illness and diabolic influence, a necessary part for us of  existing standard “Tables of Severity in the Characterization of Disorder Severity,” in DSM.  Remember your ordinary prayers. 


revised by Celie∞Hilbert/CRH. October 12, 2021


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Antonio Inigo Auto-da-Fé (SJ)

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5 thoughts on “Public Viewing – Exorcism of Emily Rose”

  1. This exorcism is impossible. It was botched. An innocent girl suffered. The pastè ending does not change the botched exorcism.

    I objected at first, but it was the right decision to move the discussion of Gallagher on exorcism to private forum.

  2. Multiplication factors are steep sloped for the estimated 40,000 to 80,000 deaths each year in U.S. hospitals because of misdiagnosis. The estimated 8-12 million faulty diagnoses each year in primary care, with roughly 33% of them resulting in serious, permanent damage, or death do not include fake claims of faith healings, such as when parents caused deaths of their own children, nor poor advice from religious leaders causing harms, nor harms by religious persons overstepping actual authority, nor failed exorcisms as in this instance. The more recent cases this year of failed faith healings in Washington and Idaho illustrate the persistence of the practice, with unreported failures until deaths and occasional criminal charges.

  3. This makes my heart die. I did not weep and cry and claim Anneliese as my true sister until I heard Chad Ripperger say this year that Anneliese dedicated her illness to the renewal and redemption of all clergy who ran away and quit doing exorcisms. Thank you Anneliese! I love you!

    I am so excited. I just learned I am accepted into full time training, and for full graduate credit!, in advanced clinical counseling and psychotherapy with my new mentor, Kat, Episcopal Maenad/KAV, who suffered and through Jesus overcame diabolic ritual abuse. If Anneliese could dedicate her life through Jesus, and give her illness, and then render up her own death through Jesus to call us to repent by facing and by overcoming demonic influences tormenting others who are suffering, then how can I do any less? Glory be!

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