Exorcism at a Care Home in Norway
Managers of a government-funded care home in Norway hired a “clairvoyant” to drive out evil spirits. According to The Local (a Norwegian news website published in English) the staff at Madshaven Residential Care Home, a home for the mentally disabled, hired the paranormalist to perform the exorcism after they became “spooked by random flickering lights.” Perhaps they should have started with an electrician, because the local governor’s office issued a report stating it was the wrong thing to do.
“This is a practice which was abandoned long ago … It was poor judgement. The management on site and the municipality should not have let this happen.”
This could qualify as the understatement of the year. Perhaps the most ironic part of the story is that a group of Christian staff members protested and complained to the local municipality. The self-professed “clairvoyant” was interrupted by officials in the middle of his kabuki dance . The California-trained spiritualist described it this way:
“There were cosmic radiation lines there which were very bad because one of the lines went through a graveyard … When they asked me to stop, that’s when the problems really started. They didn’t understand that this was not a normal place. This building was so heavy in bad energies and spirits that I had to handle it in a special way. I had too many to send home to the other side, so when they asked me to stop I had to send the spirits back into the building … A lot of the employees who had worked there for a very long time had got spirits into their bodies so they felt really bad. About 50 percent of the workers in the building had that problem. I know it’s controversial, but it’s a fact.”
Facts are facts. Except when they’re not.