Saint Peter: a family, an evil spirit and an ordeal

The testimonies also say that the youngest of all, three years old, cannot express herself with words, but at night, while she sleeps, draw symbols with fingers. He crisscrosses them in strange ways. The older brother is not more than ten and sees shadows pass by the kitchen. Inexplicable shadows that are lost on a wall.

The father lost his job. The appliances break down mysteriously. And in certain environments the temperature is lower than in the rest of the home. No one can sleep there anymore. The sunset is a curse for everyone.

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A family that claims to suffer from the evil presence of the spirit.

It’s not fiction, it’s a real testimony

It is not the beginning of a movie. The family told the journalist of TN Federico Wiemeyer what happened in February in his humble house in Saint Peteralmost to the edge of the river. It was Lucythe mother, the one who knew they needed expert help.

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Lucia, together with the journalist Federico Wiemeyer.

Lucia, together with the journalist Federico Wiemeyer.

There were several weekends of paranormal investigation. Cold nights in the middle of summer. Sounds, blows that arose from remote places. Tremors and voices that materialized in the early morning. Everything was recorded. Energies. Entities. And finally portals.

Today the place returned to normal and the family was able to inhabit it again. This is the story of what happened in the riverside house.

San Pedro: the house taken over by spirits

SAN PEDRO: The house taken over by spirits

Who are the demons?

In religion, occultism, and folklore, a evilwhich is pronounced is a being supernatural described as something that is not human and that is usually malevolent. However, the original Greek word is neutral and does not contain a necessarily negative connotation at its inception for the ancient Greeks.

This happened by the application of the koine (in the Hellenistic and Greek New Testament) of the term daimonio and was later attributed that malefic sense to any cognate word sharing the root, when originally intended to simply denote a “spirit” or “spiritual being” . It is also said that it can refer to people with high knowledge such as philosophers.

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In religion, occultism, and folklore, a demon is pronounced to be a supernatural being.

In religion, occultism, and folklore, a demon is pronounced to be a supernatural being.

In the religions of the Near East, as well as in those derived from the traditions Abrahamicincluding medieval Christian demonology, a evil is considered an “unclean spirit”, which can cause demonic possession and can be expelled by the exorcism ritual. In Western occultism and Renaissance magic (a mixture of Greco-Roman magic, Jewish demonology, and Christian tradition), a demon is a spiritual entity that can be conjured and controlled. In literature many of the demons were fallen angels.

What often depicted as a force that can be conjured and controlled, references to “good devils” can be found in Hesiod and Shakespeare. Today the good demon is generally a literary device (eg Maxwell’s demon).

In the common languageto discredit a person is “demonized”

Saint Peter: a family, an evil spirit and an ordeal