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Mexican Demons attacked in covert operation

A few weeks have elapsed since Mexico became the first country in the world to be subjected to a covert mass exorcism – but we are still awaiting proof that its demons have fled to pastures new.

The Great Exorcism (exorcismo magno) took place in May, and was presided over by Cardinal Juan Sandoval Íñiguez, the Archbishop Emeritus of Guadalajara – and a man who was accused last year of inciting violence against Mexico’s gay community.

According to this report, high levels of violence, as well as drug cartels and abortion in the country, were the motivation behind the exorcism which was “carried out quietly” in the Cathedral of San Luis Potos, no doubt to take Satan and his hordes by surprise.

Íñiguez presided at the closed-door ceremony, which was also attended by Archbishop Jesús Carlos Cabrero of San Luis Potosí, Spanish demonologist and exorcist Father José Antonio Fortea and a smaller group of priests and laypeople.

The event was not made known to the general public beforehand. According to Archbishop Cabrero, the reserved character of the May 20 ceremony was intended to avoid any misguided interpretations of the ritual.

Fortea said that:

The exorcism performed in San Luís Potosí is the first ever carried out in Mexico in which the exorcists came from different parts of the country and gathered together to exorcise the powers of darkness, not from a person, but from the whole country.This rite of exorcism, beautiful and liturgical, had never before taken place in any part of the world.

Full story ;  http://northstar.boards.net/thread/174/mexican-demons-attacked-covert-operation

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Almanac – August 18

1587 – The first child of English parents to be born in the American colonies, a girl named Virginia Dare.

1634 – Urbain Grandier, Catholic priest,  accused and convicted of sorcery, was burned alive in Loudun, France, following the events of the so-called “Loudun Possessions.”
In 1632, a group of nuns from the local Ursuline convent had  accused him of having bewitched them, sending the demon Asmodai, among others, to commit evil and impudent acts with them.

1685 – In the wake of the failed Monmouth Rebellion, Judge Jeffreys began sentencing people to death at what became known as the Bloody Assizes.

1958 – Vladimir Nabokov‘s controversial novel Lolita  published in the United States.

1977 – Steve Biko was arrested at a police roadblock under the Terrorism Act No 83 of 1967 in King William’s Town, South Africa. He would later die of the injuries sustained during this arrest,  bringing attention to South Africa’s apartheid policies.

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