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I’m posting this because, while no one has all the answers, I’ve seen too many posts of people asking for help from terrifying situations and not really receiving a solid answer in many cases. People sometimes arrive at the forum when they’ve searched and searched for help and have not been able to find any solutions any where else.
And, while I am not claiming to have all the answers, I just know that I’ve dealt with some pretty evil things in my life and have had to get rid of them and this has worked for me. Unless you’ve lived with evil and felt scared in your own home, you can’t know how bad it can be.
I’m also not promising this will work for everyone, but it works for me! And, if this helps just one person, it’s worth it.
So, laugh, joke, ridicule, make fun, call me crazy — I don’t care! Many people already think we’re crazy because we claim to have seen spirits, ghosts and demons. So, explaining how we get rid of them isn’t any crazier!
First of all, I don’t believe that everyone has the power to cleanse a house or anything else. And, I’m also not claiming to have some mysterious power, I believe in a power that has power over demons! Second of all, I think you have to believe in a higher power for this to work, in my case I believe in God. I don’t necessarily think you have to believe in the traditional God. You may have another name for the higher power you believe in, that’s fine as long as you believe your higher power has more power than demons.
I was raised in a church that used olive oil. It was prayed over by members of the church, asking God to anoint it with his power. It was used to anoint cloths for healing, for the laying on of hands for healing and problems etc. Again, let me stress that I don’t care if you believe or not, someone out there needing help will believe!
So, naturally I use olive oil. Some people I know use salt and other things. I don’t really think it matters what you use, as long as you believe your higher power can do what you’re asking. I look at olive oil and salt as a tool.
I think it’s the physical thing for a person to use that makes them feel like they’ve actually done something physical to get rid of demons. I don’t think the God I believe in needs olive oil to banish demons back to the pits of hell. The olive oil, salt or what ever someone uses is for their benefit. I wouldn’t be surprised if plain tap water worked just as well!
NO, I’m not overly religious, in fact I’ve not been to church in probably 15 years. But, that has no effect on the fact that I still believe that God can do anything and has more power than anything in the world, both the physical world and the supernatural world.
I recently had to remove a evil spirit, or demon from my daughter’s apartment and this is what I did………….
I got a small jar and poured some olive oil into it. I wrapped my hands around it and prayed over it. I asked God to anoint it with his power, I told him that I didn’t know what this thing was sent to do, but I knew he could protect my daughter and grand-daughter and cast it out of their home and back to the pits of hell where it belonged!
I then went upstairs and started anointing the windows and doors with the olive oil, praying and asking God to do the same thing I did when I poured the olive oil into the jar. Some people use tools, a feather or some other type of item, I use my fingers. I also recommend that you start with the windows and as you leave the room, spread some oil at the doorway.
As you go through each room, keep praying for God to bind the demon, remove it from the home, cast it back to hell, plead the blood of Jesus over the home, ask for his protection. Whatever you pray is up to you, just believe it and trust it will be done. I also like to thank him as I go for doing this for me!
I just get some of the olive oil on my finger and make a line around each window, a line that I believe the demon can not cross! The oil at the doorway, is my way of keeping it from re-entering the room. I prefer to make a solid line of oil around the entire window and door, but usually I just make a line at all 4 sides and it’s still got rid of what ever I was trying to get rid of.
As I came down the stairs I spread some olive oil on the bottom of the stairway, I believe this keeps the demon from going back up the steps. Then I started in the back of the apartment in the living room doing the same thing and worked my way through the hallway, the kitchen and finally to the front door.
There wasn’t a big commotion, no snarling, screaming, or signs of a demon, no noise at all in fact. It all went peacefully and calmly. This may not always be the case, I think it depends on how strong the entity is and how bad he wants to remain in your home to do his evil deeds. But, this demon that had scared the life out of my daughter and a full grown Golden Retriever (story in another post) never appeared again!
Like I said, call me crazy, I really don’t care, if being crazy has allowed me to run terrifying and dangerous demons out of my house and the home of my child, I love being crazy!
Just make sure that you do all the windows in each room and start upstairs if you have an upstairs. I believe that the oil around the windows keeps the demon from escaping, the oil at the door keeps it from re-entering the room. As you get to the last room and the last way out, I believe the demon goes out that door. Once you spread oil around that door, it can not come back through it.
NOW this is not to say, that at a later time another demon might not enter the same home. Even though you’ve done this, a demon can still enter IF you’ve brought them in or invited them in. Read my other thread about Sudden Hauntings From Traveling Spirits and Demons.
If one comes in on something you bring into the home, or on someone you’ve invited into your home, you’ve literally unknowingly gave them permission to enter!
This is the same method I’ve used to get rid of some pretty nasty things over the years. Like I said, it may or may not work for you, but if you’re being tormented, what can it hurt to try?
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