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Poster for upcoming movie "THE DEVILS LIGHT"

STORYLINE:

“According to real-life Vatican reports, occurrences of demonic possession have increased significantly in recent years. In response, the Catholic church has secretly reopened exorcism schools to train priests in the sacred rite. The Devil’s Light immerses you into the world of one of these schools; humanity’s last line of defense against the powers of everlasting evil. Jacqueline Byers (“Roadies,” “Salvation”) stars as Sister Ann, who devoutly believes that performing exorcisms is her calling, despite the fact that historically only priests – not sisters – are allowed to perform them. When one professor senses her special gift, allowing her to be the first nun to study and master the ritual, her own soul will be in danger as the demonic forces she battles reveal a mysterious connection to her traumatic past.

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HarleyFrigginQuinn
HarleyFrigginQuinn
5 months ago

Sounds interesting to me

confederacy_of_dunces
confederacy_of_dunces
5 months ago

I totally agree

thekwon
thekwon
5 months ago

2 things stand out in this write up to me.
 
One, the unresolved trauma is where the nun is vulnerable to demonic attack.
 
And second, demonic possession is what this movie and others like The Exorcist deal in which is clear to any observer something is terribly wrong.
 
However, the vast majority of possessions goes completely undetected. They happen by a different type of unseen creature. People that rather suddenly over weeks or months have a radical shift in behavior – they become politically radicalized toward “the agenda” or their sexuality suddenly takes a radical shift – they want to become transgender, or they become suddenly addicted when there was little to no history of substance use or they start committing crimes suddenly. For most it is a combination of all these things.
 
These people are also being possessed but in a much more subtle and undetectable way to most.

nodnoc
nodnoc
5 months ago
Reply to  thekwon

I’m a recovering heroin addict and I agree that addicts are possessed in a subtle way. Maybe there’s a demon in charge of different substances. I always thought it was weird hard liquor is called “spirits.”

thekwon
thekwon
5 months ago
Reply to  nodnoc

Every substance seems to come with a high cost.

I agree hard alcohol tells you right up from “drink me and you will have spirit attachments”

They are pretty easy to get rid of if you know what’s happening and know how to clear energy. I think the problems start with increasing use and no knowledge of what they have invited in.