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My 18 year old daughter for the past year has been acting bizarre and self-harming, throwing tantrums, etc. She's been diagnosed as having "epileptic auras", which is the strange feeling you get prior to having an epileptic seizure apparently, but without going on to the full blown "fit".

I watched an episode of "Paranormal Witness" the other night about Donnie Decker and, seriously, wondered whether this was almost my daughter. She told me she's had an "imaginary friend" for the past 4 years who she feels now a a presence next to her and who she's scared she has "brought forth".

She's a strict atheist and won't have a bar of anything at all spiritual. Is there some way I could be close to her and demand "imagined presences" piss off without her knowing?
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18 eh?
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18 eh?
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18 and a half.
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18 eh?
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18 and a half.
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epileptic auras..WTH is that. Sounds like HOMOPATHIC medicine.
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18 eh?
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18 and a half.
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epileptic auras..WTH is that. Sounds like HOMOPATHIC medicine.
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Is the imaginary friend male or female..
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18 eh?
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18 and a half.
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epileptic auras..WTH is that. Sounds like HOMOPATHIC medicine.
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Is the imaginary friend male or female..
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Male.

Seriously, I'm at my wit's end. She just banged her head against her computer desk and looked like she was about to murder me. I've had it with her.
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18 and a half.
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epileptic auras..WTH is that. Sounds like HOMOPATHIC medicine.
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Is the imaginary friend male or female..
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Male.

Seriously, I'm at my wit's end. She just banged her head against her computer desk and looked like she was about to murder me. I've had it with her.
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Human or alien?.
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epileptic auras..WTH is that. Sounds like HOMOPATHIC medicine.
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Is the imaginary friend male or female..
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Male.

Seriously, I'm at my wit's end. She just banged her head against her computer desk and looked like she was about to murder me. I've had it with her.
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Human or alien?.
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Human, as far as I can gather.
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Hmm, what ever is excorcised would know so its our of your hands. Might I suggest a simpler route and detox her without her knowing by feeding healthy foods and healthy drinks. It will make a world of difference.
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Is the imaginary friend male or female..
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Male.

Seriously, I'm at my wit's end. She just banged her head against her computer desk and looked like she was about to murder me. I've had it with her.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30518653


Human or alien?.
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Human, as far as I can gather.
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Does she exhibit Micropsia
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encourage her to get a job and her own place maybe would help
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Male.

Seriously, I'm at my wit's end. She just banged her head against her computer desk and looked like she was about to murder me. I've had it with her.
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Human or alien?.
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Human, as far as I can gather.
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Does she exhibit Micropsia
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Read this:
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Hmm, what ever is excorcised would know so its our of your hands. Might I suggest a simpler route and detox her without her knowing by feeding healthy foods and healthy drinks. It will make a world of difference.
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Yeah, I actually tried that. I tried eliminating all sugar for a start. Now she just goes APE SHIT if she can't get sugar and throw the biggest tantrums to the point of me lying awake at nights wondering if she's going to come in and murder us all. She's 18.5 years ... I can't tell her what NOT to eat.

I just worry about the whole thing ... the violence, the "imaginary friend", the her being worried that she feels the presence of the "friend" now.

I just give up. I don't know what to do.

Actually, if anyone has any ideas and wants to try to help out or has been through a similar thing before, please email me: jacintarowbottam@yahoo.com. Yep, know I'm not meant to put email addresses on here but I'm desperate.
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encourage her to get a job and her own place maybe would help
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I wish. I don't think she's capable of being self-sufficient in the state she's in. I'm envisiging a future that includes her living with me forever.
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Your daughter is being oppressed by demons.

Goto youtube and search brother carlos casting out demons, he has several videos and specific videos for each ailment, I think he has one for schizophrenia, epilepsys, and other mental illnesses

Let her watch the entire video, and make sure she keeps eye contact with him

Be aware of changes as she watches the video, from excessive yawns, burps, these are the demons leaving her mind and body

After watching the video she should FEEL MUCH BETTER

But she must confess her sins and accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior so that the holy ghost will fill her so that the demons cannot come back in.

Good Luck
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OP

Your daughter is being oppressed by demons.

Goto youtube and search brother carlos casting out demons, he has several videos and specific videos for each ailment, I think he has one for schizophrenia, epilepsys, and other mental illnesses

Let her watch the entire video, and make sure she keeps eye contact with him

Be aware of changes as she watches the video, from excessive yawns, burps, these are the demons leaving her mind and body

After watching the video she should FEEL MUCH BETTER

But she must confess her sins and accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior so that the holy ghost will fill her so that the demons cannot come back in.

Good Luck

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Thank you, I'll have a look at that.

Like I said, she's a devout athiest and anything that even sniffs of spirituality or "God" she rolls her eyes and turns her nose up at. So me being able to make her sit in front of this is pretty impossible.

I was hoping I could come across somthing I could do in her presence that would make all "evil" depart from her without her knowing I was doing it. But I'll try this video and let you know what happens :)
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My 18 year old daughter for the past year has been acting bizarre and self-harming, throwing tantrums, etc. She's been diagnosed as having "epileptic auras", which is the strange feeling you get prior to having an epileptic seizure apparently, but without going on to the full blown "fit".

I watched an episode of "Paranormal Witness" the other night about Donnie Decker and, seriously, wondered whether this was almost my daughter. She told me she's had an "imaginary friend" for the past 4 years who she feels now a a presence next to her and who she's scared she has "brought forth".

She's a strict atheist and won't have a bar of anything at all spiritual. Is there some way I could be close to her and demand "imagined presences" piss off without her knowing?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30518653


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OP ------- there's a woman in Sydney named Caterina Ligato

There used to be a few brief videos about her on Youtube. From memory, the videos are of guest spots featuring her on Sydney current affairs/good morning type shows

She's written a book entitled 'Ghost Whisperer'. Sounds corny. Maybe the publishers believed the title would sell. In fact, the contents are far less sensationalistic

She's a youngish woman, married with children and writes and speaks in matter-of-fact manner

From what I remember of what she wrote and said on tv, she's able to discern if a person is afflicted with negative spirits by looking at them or even looking at a photo of them. In extreme/urgent cases, she has flown across the country, i.e. to Western Australia to de-infest a young child in that instance. She comes across as very sincere, imo

I found the following information re: contact on Google:

" Address:
The Soul Centre Sydney
Level 3, Suite 334
49 Queens Road
(cnr Harris Road)
Five Dock, NSW 2046
Sydney, AUSTRALIA

By Phone:
Australian Residents: (02) 95180170
International: + 61 (2) 95180170
Due to the volume of calls we receive, we are at
times unable to take your call. We do however
respond to all messages.


As far as having a 'distant' exorcism conducted on an individual, in my opinion you'd need to choose your exorcist with care. It's said that an incorrectly conducted exorcism can do more harm than good -- although, as many Aussies might remember, Rev. Ted Noffs (?) of Sydney used to conduct mass-exorcisms for years at the Wayside Chapel in Kings Cross for those afflicted by bad drug and alcohol experiences, etc. And if the news can be trusted, many claimed their lives had been turned around and had become more positive after Rev. Noff's intervention

I did witness an exorcism conducted on an individual without that individual's conscious awareness several decades ago in Brisbane. There was no doubting the exorcist's sincerity and he was assisted by a deaconess from one of the city's larger churches. The exorcist is a published author and at that time owned and operated the city's largest and most recommended healing centres as a collective in conjunction with several reputed alternate healing professionals

Problem may have been the fact the exorcist did not conform to the age-old Roman Catholic exorcism ritual (but then, neither did Rev. Ted Noffs, who was Anglican, as far as I'm aware). Whatever the case, it appeared the exorcism 'backfired' -- on the exorcist himself. His efforts had no discernible affect upon the subject and instead, it appears that whatever possessed that individual chose as its target the exorcist himself (which is said to often be the case in failed or improperly conducted exorcisms, hence the warnings)

Within less than a year, the exorcist was fighting for his life against a usually-fatal form of cancer. The Courier Mail ran a two page feature on him between 1985 and 1989, in its Weekend Magazine. The exorcist closed down his highly successful healing-centres, for a start. Then he threw his 30-plus years of healing experience into saving his own life. He was spectacularly successful in this, according to the Courier Mail (although that paper didn't mention a word about the exorcism and in truth, I believe the Courier Mail was unaware of that element in the exorcist's illness)

The exorcist was so successful in beating his disease that (according to the Courier Mail) he was approached by a large Brisbane hospital who asked him to oversee a healing course, working with other severe cancer sufferers. He was provided his own area within the hospital for that purpose. Last I heard, he was still alive and operating an ambient music business. His brother was one of the most successful and well-known 'new age' authors of the 70s and 80s and in his later years appeared often on BRitish tv. If I were to mention the titles of his books (and I won't in order to safeguard the identity of the exorcist himself) you'd immediately recognise him. Both brothers had gained degrees in South Africa and UK in the sciences (biology, geology, etc.) so they were highly educated and intelligent scientists but with open and enquiring minds

It's my opinion only that the exorcist failed in his attempts to exorcise the individual because he refused to acknowledge the existence of a 'god'. Instead, he said to me that he acknowledged only spirits and believed all of these to be inherently 'good'. Or, at least, he believed possession and other negative spiritual influences were the result of 'lost' and 'injured' spirits which could be released and rendered 'positive' through correct ministrations. He regarded himself as a capable administrator of negative spiritual influences and he refused to listen to warnings about his own safety. The end result was that the individual whom he attemtpted to exorcise went on their merry way unchanged, spreading negativity in others lives -- whereas the exorcist himself became the target of the spirits he'd attempted to exorcise (and narrowly escaped with his life). The lesson appears to be to tread carefully, because if the exorcist has a big ego, they're unlikely to be able to assist you and might even make a situation worse

Another resource you might like to peruse before embarking on anything might be 'Hostage to the Devil' by Malachi Martin. Martin was touted for years in the media as 'Exorcist to the Vatican'. The book, 'Hostage to the Devil' (another publisher-decreed title, very probably) is a sobering read for those not very well versed in exorcism lore. It scared the daylight out of me at the time I read it because I knew nothing about the subject. What I drew from it (recalling it after a period of 30 or so years) is that the exorcist literally and willingly makes himself hostage to the debil or at least to a powerful force. The Roman Catholic exoricist apparently 'swaps' his own eternal soul for the soul of the afflicted individual -- trusting God will salvage his soul upon his physical death. We now know why the Roman Catholic churh does not undertake exorcisms lightly

In other sections of 'Hostage to the Devil', the author presents several cases which strongly suggest that certain individuals are selected prior to birth as 'vessels' or 'tools' of highly negative influences (call them what you will). Ted Bundy and Geoffry Dahmer might be two modern-day examples of the type. From history we have Vlad the Impaler as another example: Vlad reputedly impaled 100,000 people during a five to seven year period in addition to other atrocities. Serial killers who boast of torturing and murdering dozens of victims could be said to be other examples of the type. The individuals themselves therefore appear to be simply 'vessels' or 'vehicles' for evil. And history reveals they have always been with us, although the reason and mechanism behind it has not been resolved as far as I'm aware. Instead, prison psychiatrists deem them 'confused' or 'abused'. In the past, such 'vessels for evil' have been executed rather than analysed from a spiritual point of view, preventing us from furthering our knowledge of negative entities and influences (which most garden-variety 'psychiatrists' refuse -- or are too scared -- to admit even exist)

It's said that possessed individuals are themselves pychic. It's said also that those who recognise possessed individuals are themselves psychic. I found this to be interesting

Hope some of the above might be of assistance OP and best of luck
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18 eh?



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you fancy casting in her demons Brief?

OUT her demons sorry, not in!

silly me!
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My 18 year old daughter for the past year has been acting bizarre and self-harming, throwing tantrums, etc. She's been diagnosed as having "epileptic auras", which is the strange feeling you get prior to having an epileptic seizure apparently, but without going on to the full blown "fit".

I watched an episode of "Paranormal Witness" the other night about Donnie Decker and, seriously, wondered whether this was almost my daughter. She told me she's had an "imaginary friend" for the past 4 years who she feels now a a presence next to her and who she's scared she has "brought forth".

She's a strict atheist and won't have a bar of anything at all spiritual. Is there some way I could be close to her and demand "imagined presences" piss off without her knowing?
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-------------------------


OP ------- there's a woman in Sydney named Caterina Ligato

There used to be a few brief videos about her on Youtube. From memory, the videos are of guest spots featuring her on Sydney current affairs/good morning type shows

She's written a book entitled 'Ghost Whisperer'. Sounds corny. Maybe the publishers believed the title would sell. In fact, the contents are far less sensationalistic

She's a youngish woman, married with children and writes and speaks in matter-of-fact manner

From what I remember of what she wrote and said on tv, she's able to discern if a person is afflicted with negative spirits by looking at them or even looking at a photo of them. In extreme/urgent cases, she has flown across the country, i.e. to Western Australia to de-infest a young child in that instance. She comes across as very sincere, imo

I found the following information re: contact on Google:

" Address:
The Soul Centre Sydney
Level 3, Suite 334
49 Queens Road
(cnr Harris Road)
Five Dock, NSW 2046
Sydney, AUSTRALIA

By Phone:
Australian Residents: (02) 95180170
International: + 61 (2) 95180170
Due to the volume of calls we receive, we are at
times unable to take your call. We do however
respond to all messages.


As far as having a 'distant' exorcism conducted on an individual, in my opinion you'd need to choose your exorcist with care. It's said that an incorrectly conducted exorcism can do more harm than good -- although, as many Aussies might remember, Rev. Ted Noffs (?) of Sydney used to conduct mass-exorcisms for years at the Wayside Chapel in Kings Cross for those afflicted by bad drug and alcohol experiences, etc. And if the news can be trusted, many claimed their lives had been turned around and had become more positive after Rev. Noff's intervention

I did witness an exorcism conducted on an individual without that individual's conscious awareness several decades ago in Brisbane. There was no doubting the exorcist's sincerity and he was assisted by a deaconess from one of the city's larger churches. The exorcist is a published author and at that time owned and operated the city's largest and most recommended healing centres as a collective in conjunction with several reputed alternate healing professionals

Problem may have been the fact the exorcist did not conform to the age-old Roman Catholic exorcism ritual (but then, neither did Rev. Ted Noffs, who was Anglican, as far as I'm aware). Whatever the case, it appeared the exorcism 'backfired' -- on the exorcist himself. His efforts had no discernible affect upon the subject and instead, it appears that whatever possessed that individual chose as its target the exorcist himself (which is said to often be the case in failed or improperly conducted exorcisms, hence the warnings)

Within less than a year, the exorcist was fighting for his life against a usually-fatal form of cancer. The Courier Mail ran a two page feature on him between 1985 and 1989, in its Weekend Magazine. The exorcist closed down his highly successful healing-centres, for a start. Then he threw his 30-plus years of healing experience into saving his own life. He was spectacularly successful in this, according to the Courier Mail (although that paper didn't mention a word about the exorcism and in truth, I believe the Courier Mail was unaware of that element in the exorcist's illness)

The exorcist was so successful in beating his disease that (according to the Courier Mail) he was approached by a large Brisbane hospital who asked him to oversee a healing course, working with other severe cancer sufferers. He was provided his own area within the hospital for that purpose. Last I heard, he was still alive and operating an ambient music business. His brother was one of the most successful and well-known 'new age' authors of the 70s and 80s and in his later years appeared often on BRitish tv. If I were to mention the titles of his books (and I won't in order to safeguard the identity of the exorcist himself) you'd immediately recognise him. Both brothers had gained degrees in South Africa and UK in the sciences (biology, geology, etc.) so they were highly educated and intelligent scientists but with open and enquiring minds

It's my opinion only that the exorcist failed in his attempts to exorcise the individual because he refused to acknowledge the existence of a 'god'. Instead, he said to me that he acknowledged only spirits and believed all of these to be inherently 'good'. Or, at least, he believed possession and other negative spiritual influences were the result of 'lost' and 'injured' spirits which could be released and rendered 'positive' through correct ministrations. He regarded himself as a capable administrator of negative spiritual influences and he refused to listen to warnings about his own safety. The end result was that the individual whom he attemtpted to exorcise went on their merry way unchanged, spreading negativity in others lives -- whereas the exorcist himself became the target of the spirits he'd attempted to exorcise (and narrowly escaped with his life). The lesson appears to be to tread carefully, because if the exorcist has a big ego, they're unlikely to be able to assist you and might even make a situation worse

Another resource you might like to peruse before embarking on anything might be 'Hostage to the Devil' by Malachi Martin. Martin was touted for years in the media as 'Exorcist to the Vatican'. The book, 'Hostage to the Devil' (another publisher-decreed title, very probably) is a sobering read for those not very well versed in exorcism lore. It scared the daylight out of me at the time I read it because I knew nothing about the subject. What I drew from it (recalling it after a period of 30 or so years) is that the exorcist literally and willingly makes himself hostage to the debil or at least to a powerful force. The Roman Catholic exoricist apparently 'swaps' his own eternal soul for the soul of the afflicted individual -- trusting God will salvage his soul upon his physical death. We now know why the Roman Catholic churh does not undertake exorcisms lightly

In other sections of 'Hostage to the Devil', the author presents several cases which strongly suggest that certain individuals are selected prior to birth as 'vessels' or 'tools' of highly negative influences (call them what you will). Ted Bundy and Geoffry Dahmer might be two modern-day examples of the type. From history we have Vlad the Impaler as another example: Vlad reputedly impaled 100,000 people during a five to seven year period in addition to other atrocities. Serial killers who boast of torturing and murdering dozens of victims could be said to be other examples of the type. The individuals themselves therefore appear to be simply 'vessels' or 'vehicles' for evil. And history reveals they have always been with us, although the reason and mechanism behind it has not been resolved as far as I'm aware. Instead, prison psychiatrists deem them 'confused' or 'abused'. In the past, such 'vessels for evil' have been executed rather than analysed from a spiritual point of view, preventing us from furthering our knowledge of negative entities and influences (which most garden-variety 'psychiatrists' refuse -- or are too scared -- to admit even exist)

It's said that possessed individuals are themselves pychic. It's said also that those who recognise possessed individuals are themselves psychic. I found this to be interesting

Hope some of the above might be of assistance OP and best of luck
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Wow, thank you! Just skimmed through this for now (it being 2.53 am). But I'll read thoroughly tomorrow. Sounds very intesting.
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As someone with experience in casting out evil spirits, prayer to God, Jesus, and faith are whats needed. Just listening to a video or saying "Jesus this" or "Jesus that" is NOT enough.

DO this.

1. Seek God in prayer

2. Find a NON-denomination church that believes in casting out demons. Make sure the church does the casting out through prayer and NOT forced fasting, consuming some drink or food, etc. Be very careful and ask EXACTLY what their method is for casting out demons.

3. Find a godly person who is willing to come and minister to her on a regular basis. Once she is freed from the evil spirits you must fill her with the words of God.

4. FIND as many real life and online communities to add your daughter to a prayer lists.

Prayer and faith in God are what it takes to rebuke the works of the Devil.

I will be praying for you and your daughter.
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OP

Your daughter is being oppressed by demons.

Goto youtube and search brother carlos casting out demons, he has several videos and specific videos for each ailment, I think he has one for schizophrenia, epilepsys, and other mental illnesses

Let her watch the entire video, and make sure she keeps eye contact with him

Be aware of changes as she watches the video, from excessive yawns, burps, these are the demons leaving her mind and body

After watching the video she should FEEL MUCH BETTER

But she must confess her sins and accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior so that the holy ghost will fill her so that the demons cannot come back in.

Good Luck

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Thank you, I'll have a look at that.

Like I said, she's a devout athiest and anything that even sniffs of spirituality or "God" she rolls her eyes and turns her nose up at. So me being able to make her sit in front of this is pretty impossible.

I was hoping I could come across somthing I could do in her presence that would make all "evil" depart from her without her knowing I was doing it. But I'll try this video and let you know what happens :)
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P.S. that person referred you to a YouTube scam artist who posts these ridiculously long & boring videos and then tells you that if you yawn while watching, it's a sign of 'demons' leaving you. This same individual solicits money to create personalized demon-exercising videos for you. Another internet charlatan making money off of peoples' fears & ignorance.


Have you ever taken your daughter to a doctor to check for nutritional deficiencies that could be contributing to her behavior? Is that an option for you? Can you get her checked out?

Sounds like a challenging situation you have on your hands... Hope you find some relief and resolution.

sun

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Good on you, OP

I forgot to add this link

It's to Caterina Ligato's website

Has a video or two of her as guest on Aussie tv shows

Might give you a bit of a 'feel' for her

Best of luck
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Sorry OP


Here's the link

[link to www.caterinaligato.com]
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encourage her to get a job and her own place maybe would help
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yep,the fits can become fullblown,i swallowed my tongue on one,if i'd been alone,byebye.
church of euthanasia.
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have just left my paranormal photos on,as I,m leaving soon.some you have to see whole picture,as clipped.
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As someone with experience in casting out evil spirits, prayer to God, Jesus, and faith are whats needed. Just listening to a video or saying "Jesus this" or "Jesus that" is NOT enough.

DO this.

1. Seek God in prayer

2. Find a NON-denomination church that believes in casting out demons. Make sure the church does the casting out through prayer and NOT forced fasting, consuming some drink or food, etc. Be very careful and ask EXACTLY what their method is for casting out demons.

3. Find a godly person who is willing to come and minister to her on a regular basis. Once she is freed from the evil spirits you must fill her with the words of God.

4. FIND as many real life and online communities to add your daughter to a prayer lists.

Prayer and faith in God are what it takes to rebuke the works of the Devil.

I will be praying for you and your daughter.
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Please do. And thank you!!
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12/29/2012 12:12 PM
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Sorry OP


Here's the link

[link to www.caterinaligato.com]
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Thank you, I'll have a look tomorrow :)
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12/29/2012 12:14 PM
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OP

Your daughter is being oppressed by demons.

Goto youtube and search brother carlos casting out demons, he has several videos and specific videos for each ailment, I think he has one for schizophrenia, epilepsys, and other mental illnesses

Let her watch the entire video, and make sure she keeps eye contact with him

Be aware of changes as she watches the video, from excessive yawns, burps, these are the demons leaving her mind and body

After watching the video she should FEEL MUCH BETTER

But she must confess her sins and accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior so that the holy ghost will fill her so that the demons cannot come back in.

Good Luck

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Thank you, I'll have a look at that.

Like I said, she's a devout athiest and anything that even sniffs of spirituality or "God" she rolls her eyes and turns her nose up at. So me being able to make her sit in front of this is pretty impossible.

I was hoping I could come across somthing I could do in her presence that would make all "evil" depart from her without her knowing I was doing it. But I'll try this video and let you know what happens :)
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P.S. that person referred you to a YouTube scam artist who posts these ridiculously long & boring videos and then tells you that if you yawn while watching, it's a sign of 'demons' leaving you. This same individual solicits money to create personalized demon-exercising videos for you. Another internet charlatan making money off of peoples' fears & ignorance.


Have you ever taken your daughter to a doctor to check for nutritional deficiencies that could be contributing to her behavior? Is that an option for you? Can you get her checked out?

Sounds like a challenging situation you have on your hands... Hope you find some relief and resolution.

sun
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Pondering since I posted this, and I'm thinking I might try a naturpoath/acupuncturist in the meantime. I know people who have had success with that. Although I still think she may have created/invited an entity with her "imaginary friend" thing.
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12/29/2012 12:16 PM

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Yes, it most definitely can be done. PM me if you're interested in discussing this further.
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12/29/2012 12:20 PM

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Yes, it most definitely can be done!

You've received suggestions that tell you to have your daughter watch videos, go to deliverance services at a church. While they are all fine, I would suggest that since you're daughter's an atheist, you're going to have to do some "pre-work" on your own without speaking to her about it. She's not likely to be willing or interested in doing either of those things. Not yet at least.

I have been there and can share what I've found to work. PM me if you're interested in discussing this further.
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