Demon Tells of the Abandonment of the Souls in Purgatory During An Exorcism

Taken From “Warnings from the Beyond” by Jean Marty
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1. Abbot Albert-l`Arx, Niederbuchorten
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2. Abbot Arnold Elig, Ramiswil
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3. Abbot Ernest Fischer, Missionary, Gossau (St.-Gall).
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4. Rev. Father Pius Gervasi, O.S.B., Disentis
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5. Abbot Karl Holdener, Ried
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6. Rev. Father Gregoire Meyer, – Trimbach
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7. Rev. Father Robert Rinderer, C.P.P.S., Auw
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8. Abbot Louis Veillard, Cerneux-Pequignot
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All eight Priests witnessed the Exorcism and Confirm their belief in the following Statements.

DEMON: The Souls in Purgatory are at a terrible disadvantage. In former times, cemeteries used to be visited. Every prayer said there gained an Indulgence; a soul could go straight to Heaven. Now that doesn’t happen anymore; that is to say, some people still go to the cemeteries, but they are no longer encouraged to do so. This has been done away with by the clergy. They say that these Indulgences no longer apply and that only one of them is available at All Saints time. What do you expect the Holy Souls to do now, with only one, single Indulgence?
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Ah! In former times, thousands and thousands of souls were delivered, one should say, millions… and now? Now, it is a terrible loss for them; they are calling out for help and nobody comes. And now, here we are, with this feast coming up again (Date of this exorcism is October 31). Everyone should be told about all this, but, for that matter, they wouldn’t believe it (boisterous laugh of evil joy).
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E: Tell the truth, on behalf of the Blessed Virgin!
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DEMON: It wasn’t difficult: simply to go to the cemetery, sprinkle holy water there while saying an “Eternal rest grant to them, Oh Lord”, and, sometimes, an “Our Father” or some other prayer which might come to mind. When prayers like that were said with the right intention, a soul was actually delivered from Purgatory with each prayer. Now, even the good, who still believe in this, are led into error when they are told: “You cannot gain such and such an Indulgence because it is no longer valid!” Naturally, that is excellent for us in Hell (laugh of wicked joy).
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E: Speak only on behalf of the Blessed Virgin, nothing but the truth, the whole truth!
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DEMON: For this great Indulgence, that of All Saints (only one of which can be gained now, according to the modern priests) many people still find the six “Our Fathers”, etc., too long. Another thing – because of this Indulgence being limited to only one, scarcely any souls are delivered anymore. God Himself – the One up there (he points upward) – will set people’s thinking straight on this. But, without any doubt, for many it will be largely too late; it will be too late.
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I must say further that this has more connection than you think with feast-days in general. In recent times, they have lost their importance, particularly those of the Blessed Virgin. December 8 has not been changed, but what is that? There are many other great feasts. Let us quote as an example, that of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, and several other great feasts and commemorative days. When people do not go to Mass on those days to beg the Blessed Virgin’s assistance in the conduct of their lives, they receive fewer graces: for them, this is a great loss, but for us, it is a magnificent gain.
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A TRUE MODERN CONVERSATION BETWEEN A DEACON AND HIS WIFE 
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Recently my wife, T, attended the funeral of one of her Master Gardener friends. After more than 15 years of battling cancer, the good Lord called her home. The funeral Mass took place in my diocese, but not my parish. Unable to attend myself, I called Teresa later that day to see how it all went. Her quick reply was, “Be glad you were not there.” The full conversation:
J: How bad could it have been?
T: Well the priest and the deacon were both wearing Roman vestments that were purple.
J: Purple? You mean white, with a bit of purple trim?
T: I mean all purple, like Advent
J: Why?
T: Funny you should ask, as the priest made it central to his homily
J: Did what?
T: He said he was wearing purple to remind us that her soul is not in heaven yet, rather it is in Purgatory. He went on to explain that this was a good thing since it meant that she was destined to heaven but is in Purgatory receiving the final cleansing…and since she is no longer able to advance her own cause, we who remain must pray for her soul.
J: (Deleting expletives for purposes of keeping this blog family-friendly:) Really? I mean Really? I have yet to find a website that delineates the length of time, if any, in Purgatory based on our earthly lives! I would love to be enlightened as to who gets more or less time: Clergy? Blogging Deacons? Sisters/Nuns? Divorced? Gay? A 60-year-old lady who loved to garden, loved her family and friends, and loved her God?
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The Deacon went on affirming his wife’s anger at how ridiculous and out of line the Priest was for doing such a thing and all but denies the existence of Purgatory.

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