Victim of Satanic Cult



I had a terrifying premonition when I entered a blood test laboratory in June 2012, because I felt Satan was close.  The laboratory was in an ominous silence, a weird man sat near the receptionist’s window, and I sat by the exit door.

I was sympathetic to a presumed mental patient, but fearful and insecure when glanced him.  His eyes, penetrating and threatening, moved abruptly — mental patients are usually introverted and avoid eye contact.  Should I approach or avoid him?  My intuition recommended caution and restraint.

He got up and lamented his state of health to the receptionist, “I am a college graduate and liked to fly fish . . . but now I am ruined.”  Then he entered a cubicle and dialogued with the phlebotomist. I overheard the patient say he had participated in a satanic cult that ruined his health.

He gazed at me as he left the laboratory, and I veiled my insecurity until his departure, when we breathed a sigh of relief. Horrified, the phlebotomist asked me if I would scare her.  No, I replied!


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11 Responses to Victim of Satanic Cult

  1. Gerardo Navalde Nadate says:

    EPHESIANS 6 : 12 ; COL. 2 : 15 ; 1 JN. 4 : 4

  2. Maria Dsouza says:

    I keep a rosary always with me, it saves me from all sorts of fear

  3. Selvan says:

    Very true…the Rosary is indeed a powerful weapon of protection.

  4. colette says:

    How can you tell if someone has a demon in them….or just near them?

    • The Holy Spirit concedes a particular ministry gift to some devout catholics to become exorcists.
      I encourage you to contact through Facebook Mrs. Diane Dyer, who is a devout Catholic and an exorcist.

  5. bbom says:

    Interesting and informative blog! Thanks a lot for all the information provided.

  6. paul says:

    So True. I always keep Rosary with me… God bless!

  7. Carolyn.Milke says:

    Good that you did not let him know you recognized him and were frightened!

  8. To tell the truth I am not as religious as you good people are even though I was educated in a Jesuit college. I admire the good I feel in yor hearts. I was in Poland on a scholarship when Pope John was elected and always had a feeling as if I was there at the same time for a reason. My uncle knew the pope while working at the stone quarry with him another strange circumstance. When I was a child I admired the Archangel Michael and even wanted to be named after him. I also have thought that my calling was to do battle with evil. Strange for a agnostic who is searching desperately for proof in this life. Unlike you I wish I had been with you at that clinic because it might have reinforced some belief in me. I know I would have challenged that individual and stared him in the eyes, so maybe better I wasn’t . Anyway, it’s strange that I indedvertently noted your post at this time.

    God bless

    A searching soul

  9. We pray that misfortune never comes to us, but when it does, the rosary gives us the power to handle whatever this world throws our way.

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