Exorcist priest warns against ‘satanic’ rosaries
(L) Actual photo of the rosary confiscated during a recent infestation case of Libera Nox which, according to Novaliches chief exorcist Fr. Ambrosio Nonato Legaspi, is a“satanic” rosary.
(R) When the photo’s levels are adjusted to make it dimmer using an image editor, the supposed Iluminati insignia of the sun with its rays and the snake at the back of the Crucified Christ becomes visible to the naked eye. Legaspi warned the faithful about such satanic rosaries that are now in circulation the country.
PHOTO COURTESY OF LIBERA NOX
MANILA – An exorcist warned the public about the circulaton of Satanic rosaries and religious items in the country:
“ listeners, be careful as the rosaries you might be using could actually be infested or cursed,” warned Fr. Ambrosio Nonato Legaspi in his personal function as Libera Nox chief exorcist in the Novaliches diocese.
The rosaries are those being given away by Satanists, explained the priest, particularly by the group called Iluminati. He said the rosaries have been “prayed over” by its makers, consecrating them to evil so that whoever uses it will be followed by evil spirits.
“These were made not only to be simply given away but to deceive Catholics…so that evil spirits will haunt them,” he added.
According to Diocese of Novaliches Office of Exorcism (Libera Nox) assistant case officer Philippe De Guzman, who was also present during the said episode, Satanic rosaries have odd symbols on them that are not readily noticeable to the untrained eye. Often made of plastic, the symbols could either be a snake wrapped around the cross, a pentagram, and/or a sun with rays, an insignia of the Illuminati.
De Guzman said they again confiscated such a rosary from a recent infestation case handled by Libera Nox. Similar rosaries have been confiscated from prior infestation cases but the last rosary turned out to be the reason why an evil spirit resided in the room of the client, causing disturbances in the house.
“Sometimes, there are no symbols,” said Legaspi said pertaining to what De Guzman described, “but a ritual was done on it like the one we mentioned previously about Botanica, the occult store in many places abroad like in the US where religious items are brought so they could inflict harm on others.”
He divulged how witches come to Botanica to buy gadgets and paraphernalia used in the occult or to simply buy items like religious images so that a curse or evil spirit can be attached to it before it is given away as a gift. Thus, he reminded the need to be extra careful in receiving religious items.