The exorcist narrated:
“‘I was attacked by one of many demons. I remember ritual attacks when I fought demons, but this time I almost lost the battle and my life,’ and the Catholic Archbishop Ron Feyl continued.
‘I felt three penetrating blows to my left rib cage which took my breath away. I continued to read the ritual and prayers to the end. After the exorcism I started to have shortness of breath and pains on my left side rib case. My family physician suggested a chest x-ray, and I was admitted to San Antonio Hospital, in Upland, California, where I learned I had a sack of two liters of blood around my heart.’
‘I was told the blood kept my heart from efficiently pumping and caused fluid in my lungs and belly. I was in the critical care unit for almost one month, with electrical leads and tubes running out of my chest. I had three operations while I was in the unit.’
‘The doctors had no idea about what caused my condition. I took 40 pills a day for the next six months, which caused all kind of side efforts.’
‘My life changed radically. The side efforts of the medication caused Tinnitus, continuous rings in both ears, I’m slowly losing my hearing and have muscle aches most of the time.’
‘I have fought demons more than half my life, over 36 years, and I can attest we are at war. The battle of good versus evil is real and those who fight on the frontline can get hurt.’
‘Like a soldier is called to fight for his country, we are called by God to serve Him and put our life on the line for God’s people.’”