USA Teenage exorcists

#1
I would & I've never read or seen Harry Potter!

Teenage exorcists who say Harry Potter has corrupted the world head to Britain armed with Bibles and Holy Water to tackle hotbed of occult activity. They're stunning American teens with black belts in karate, and spend their weekends battling demons.

No, it's not the plot of Buffy the Vampire Slayer - this wholesome trio are actually professional exorcists, and have come to London with a suitcase full of Bibles and Holy Water, intent on banishing the Capital's dark forces.

Brynne Larson, 18, and sisters Tess and Savannah Scherkenback, aged 18 and 21, are determined to rescue London's youngsters from evil spirits, which they say they are inviting to possess them by reciting the spells in the Harry Potter books.

Teenage exorcists who say Harry Potter has corrupted the world head to Britain armed with Bibles and Holy Water to tackle hotbed of occult activity | Mail Online
 
#3
We'll be seeing that Pic again. Possibly on Crimestoppers as attempts are made to find the trio, last seen being gang banged in Whitechapel. Hopefully they're only taking the piss and are coming over for a sex and drink holiday.
 
#4
I would & I've never read or seen Harry Potter!

Teenage exorcists who say Harry Potter has corrupted the world head to Britain armed with Bibles and Holy Water to tackle hotbed of occult activity. They're stunning American teens with black belts in karate, and spend their weekends battling demons.

No, it's not the plot of Buffy the Vampire Slayer - this wholesome trio are actually professional exorcists, and have come to London with a suitcase full of Bibles and Holy Water, intent on banishing the Capital's dark forces.

Brynne Larson, 18, and sisters Tess and Savannah Scherkenback, aged 18 and 21, are determined to rescue London's youngsters from evil spirits, which they say they are inviting to possess them by reciting the spells in the Harry Potter books.

Teenage exorcists who say Harry Potter has corrupted the world head to Britain armed with Bibles and Holy Water to tackle hotbed of occult activity | Mail Online
Who they gonna call?
 

Mr_Fingerz

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#5
We'll be seeing that Pic again. Possibly on Crimestoppers as attempts are made the trio, last seen being gang banged in Whitechapel. Hopefully they're only taking the piss and are coming over for a sex and drink holiday.
Well they'll probably be amazed that they can legally be served booze anyway. We just need someone to introduce them to proper beer.
 
#9
Religion - keeping lunatics busy.
 
#10
#11
And how high would you rate your chances of any extra-curricular activity with someone who believes that fire and damnation awaits evil fornicators?
What makes you think it would be their choice?

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#12
There's also the question of donations. While attendance at the exorcism meetings is free, the cleric requests a £200 contribution for private sessions.

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​And there we have it. Who would have thought there would be money involved..here to soak the gullible.
Mah friends, munneh will not buy yew the keys to the doors of heaven, but munneh will buy me the keys to the doors of a BM Dubya.

Ay-men!
 

BrunoNoMedals

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#14
My daughter loves Harry Potter; she says she grew up with the books and films.

Do you think I ought to burn her?
I've met her. Burning sensations are fairly standard.

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#15
I'd kill Potter for a chance to get amongst their bottoms!

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#16
Good grief, "professional exorcists" all dolled up and looking sexy! Exorcists in the CoE are appointed by the church, they are very low key and do not seek publicity. Each diocesan bishop has a team of people, including clinical psychologists, etc. to advise on such matters. You just don't go around willy nilly exorcising people just because you don't like a book. It can be very damaging. Why on earth do they let people like this in the country? They should be sent back before they can do serious damage.
 
#17
Good grief, "professional exorcists" all dolled up and looking sexy! Exorcists in the CoE are appointed by the church, they are very low key and do not seek publicity. Each diocesan bishop has a team of people, including clinical psychologists, etc. to advise on such matters.

Please tell me that's a wah and not actually true...

Church of England[edit source | editbeta]
In 1974, the Church of England set up the "Deliverance ministry".[11] As part of its creation, every diocese in the country was equipped with a team trained in both exorcism and psychiatry. According to its representatives, most cases brought before it have conventional explanations, and actual exorcisms are quite rare; blessings, although, are sometimes given to people for psychological reasons.[11]
Anglican priests may not perform an exorcism without permission from the Diocesan bishop. An exorcism is not usually performed unless the bishop and his team of specialists (including a psychiatrist and physician) have approved it.
Oh dear.

Exorcism in Christianity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

So the CofE actually believe that demons can be inside people too? I didn't know they were that disturbed.
 
#20
Yep. She'd fetch any Demon out.
In my imagination she is recreating the scene from the exorcist with the use of a crucifix to 'meet her needs'.

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