Senior Vatican Exorcist says society at risk of ‘aggressive Satanism’

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The Archdiocese of Ancona- is a joint Ecclesiastical Territory and Metropolitan See of the Catholic Church in the Marche region of Italy. It has existed in its present form since 1986 when the Archdiocese of Ancona was united with the historical Diocese of Osimo. Since earliest times, the diocese in question has been directly subject to the Holy See (Papacy), without intermediate authorities, so to have their Chief exorcist give a dire warning about the spread of “aggressive Satanism,” especially among young people, should be taken seriously, even if the Vatican is partly to blame for the rise of this problem in modern society.

Making this shocking statement about Satanism affecting the youth was Dominican Father Francois Dermine, who said that the rapid growth of cultural secularism and a lack of strong role models, plus a constant exposure to the demonic at a young age encourage violence in today’s society, ranging from bullying to more serious manifestations. The demonic is increasingly prevalent in videogames and school games such as the “Charlie Charlie Challenge,” in which players cross two pencils on a grid with sectors marking “yes”or “no”and ask a supernatural being, “Charlie,” to answer the questions they ask.

Father Dermine said speaking to the Catholic online news service Cruxthat: “Satanism is getting much more aggressive and also diffused,” Father Dermine. who is an exorcist for the Archdiocese of Ancona-Osimo since 1994, said he’s been dealing with the demonic for a quarter of a century, adding that “Secularization leaves a void that is a sort of spiritual, ideological and also cultural void. Young people do not have anything to satisfy their spiritual and profound needs. They are thirsting for something, and the Church is not attractive anymore.”

With an ever-aging church-going population in Western society and a growing list of scandals, “The church is no longer seen as a valid resource for youth looking for answers, so they try to find something elsewhere. This something is, many times, the demonic world.”

One example of the normalization of Satanism, he said, is the recent book, A Children’s Book of Demons, which was published in May 2019 and is directed at children aged 5-10 years of age. Penned by Aaron Leighton, an award-winning illustrator and known fan of occult practices, the book contains colorful images of some 20 different demons and teaches kids the sigil, or magical symbol for the demons and how to summon them. I have discussed in detail the implications of all this in my latest book Confessions of an Illuminati Vol. 4, American Renaissance 2.0 and The Missing Link From the Invisible World.

“Satanism is not always so explicit, but it is becoming more and more so, and the publication of this book is a sign of this,” Father Dermine said, that just a few years ago a book like this would have been inconceivable, “but now it’s not.” Pointing to the dangers of getting involved with the demonic at a young age, Father Dermine said the risk is acquiring “a Satanist mentality” in which youth slowly become familiar with the demonic world, which, at a certain point, becomes normal. And when it does, “they risk passing from the culture to the acts. They can become evil themselves very easily.”

Part of the fault, he said, is due to the breakdown of the family structure, which often leaves children insecure in unstable environments and without trustworthy points of reference.

“Education of young people is poorer and poorer,” he said. “Couples are collapsing. Children are left alone; they are destabilized, and they don’t have any defenses,” so when they face pressure from peers to join in occult activity, especially with the promise that the devil will give them power in exchange for loyalty, it’s hard to resist.

“If (children) have received love in their own families, it would be much more difficult to follow these kinds of ideologies. It would be much more difficult to penetrate their minds,”he said, adding that, “If the adult world does not offer alternatives, it is more difficult for younger generations to adopt a stable way of life. It’s very difficult, it’s almost a miracle.”

In his own analysis, Dermine said he believes young people, especially those without a stable background, are drawn to Satanic activity in part out of a desire to overcome fears, and also as a means of breaking away from the “old ways” of how things were done in the past.

“If the adult world does not offer alternatives, it is more difficult for younger generations to adopt a stable way of life. It’s very difficult, it’s almost a miracle,” he said, adding that prayer is needed now “more than ever.”

As Satanism and occult practices become increasingly normal among young people, they also face pressure not to feel out of the loop if friends and peers are involved, Father Dermine said, adding that the “real danger” comes when someone becomes personally involved in these activities. “It’s not only a vague fear, it’s a very concrete risk. We must not underestimate this, because violence among young people is becoming more and more diffused,” he said.

“A violent mentality is very dangerous for our society, very, very dangerous,” he said, adding, “Our society risks collapse if it continues like this.”

We will be discussing education and the increasing demonic influences on our youth with Roseanne Barr and the eccentric panel of The Leo Zagami Show that includes U.S. History A.I.M. Conclaver John Barnwell (Detroit), Reverend and Poet David William Parry (London) and Lowell Joseph Gallin from The Root and Branch Association, Ltd. (Jerusalem)

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  1. “education of young people is poorer and poorer” – says it all for those of us that speak English!

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