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By Bree A. Dail, Blog Post, Jan. 15, 2020

About Bree A. Dail – I hold 14 years of combined experience in Defense Consulting and Leadership, both in private industry and as a United States Naval Surface Warfare Officer.  I am a recognized expert in US Naval and US Marine Corps Joint Amphibious Warfare, Surface/SOF Integration and Doctrine; Operational Planning and Strategic Communications. …

WASHINGTON, DC—One month after a group of renowned exorcists called for a worldwide day of prayer, fasting and penance, “for the purpose of driving out any diabolic influence within the Church that has been gained as a result of recent events,” I have been contacted with an update and statement from the group.

The exorcists, who must remain anonymous due to ongoing cases directly connected and impacted by these events, state that the prayers offered on December 6, 2019—the Feast of St. Nicholas—”seem to have mitigated” the spiritual repercussions, consequences of the “Pachamama rituals” witnessed by the world during the recent Amazon Synod.

Previously, the exorcists mentioned that “certain members of the hierarchy had been identified by name”, during separate Solemn Rites of Exorcism, in connection to “leading, supporting or taking part in diabolical events within and without the Vatican”. One exorcist called the network a “behemoth”, stating that the “Pachamama ritual” was only the “tip of the iceberg” to what is occurring.   …

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