What The Devil Himself Has To Say About Hell During An Exorcism – Part 2

Devil: “For all you will have to pray a lot, even for those that you consider to be saints. We do not leave anyone alone, nor during their life, nor in time of death. Even those who have walked through the narrow path for all of their lives, can be gravely tempted in the moment of death: we try to create darkness in the soul, and to bring her into despair. You have to pray a lot and for all, not only to help them avoid hell, but also to avoid or at least reduce the time of purification they will spend in Purgatory. It is terrible thing also the Purgatory. It is terrible when the soul separates from the body with death and cannot be welcomed by the Most High because it is not yet fully purified from sins committed in life. Sure, there are people who will avoid the cleansing fire of Purgatory because the Mercy of the Most High will take into account the many sufferings they endured in their lifetime, but also for them death will be terrible. Only in a few cases, by the will of Heaven, death does come with a horrible face. Talk of death in your sermons, now you talk too little about it, and your people continue to live in sin and recklessness. Pray and have prayers said for those that are dying, and for the souls in Purgatory. That’s enough, I have said enough! The holy fear of God must be announced to everybody!”

Exorcist: “Go ahead and tell what Heaven has commanded you to say.”

Devil: “I, Beelzebub, was forced to tell you these things, and I am forced to say again: cultivate this holy and healthy fear of the Most High. All of you have to talk about it: educators to the young people in their care, teachers to their students, and parents to their children. The Pope must talk about it to the whole Church, the bishops to their priests, and religious superiors to consecrated souls. Especially, Priests should talk about it in their homilies, much more than they do now. If you do not preach the fear of the Most High in this life, nothing will be left in the afterlife than terror, the fear of a Judge Who, there, does not forgive, the terror of hell, eternal absence of remedy. Better for you the holy fear in this life, than the anguish of Purgatory in the other, or the eternal terror you would find in hell. (Screams fearfully). I am forced to tell you that this is the truth. Do not believe those who deceive you by saying that the Most High is infinite Mercy and neglect to tell you that He is also infinite Justice.”

Source: “Grande Opera Mariana Gesù e Maria”, Oct-Dec 2005, n.4

Exorcism conducted on 8/11/1983

What The Devil Himself Has To Say About Hell During An Exorcism – Part 1

Devil: “It is a great success for us that the Church today speaks less and less of the holy and healthy fear of the Most High. Thanks to our subtle work, some priests do not talk about it at all, either because they no longer believe it themselves, or because they feel ashamed and are afraid of coming across as naïve or conservative. On the contrary, nowadays you feel fear for the law, for other men, for humiliation, but you have no traces of any fear for the Most High anymore. We demons have become the greatest preachers of Heaven’s Mercy, but we preach that without talking about justice, and so we bring you off the right path, we make you believe that your sins not only will not take you to hell, but will remain completely unpunished. By hissing in your souls that the Almighty is merciful and not reminding you that He is just (as if Justice denied Mercy) we bring you to not love Him back, but to offend Him without restraint. And that’s what you do more and more often, because, believing in us, you deceive yourself into thinking that you can step on His love, and not pay the consequences.

If you love yourself, if you want to find convincing reasons to not sin, learn how to evaluate things, especially time and eternity, in the light of the holy fear of the Most High. He loves you, but He also wants you to love him back. He invites you to believe strongly in His Mercy, but without underestimating, even minimally, his Justice. Always keep the holy and healthy fear of the Most High, which translates into fear of eternal damnation, of the eternal fire, with which bodies and souls in hell will be forever tortured. That’s enough! I did not mean to say those things! Stay warned that Hell exists!”

Exorcist: “I order you to continue in the name of God.”

Devil: “None of you can go to hell without knowing it. That there are opportunities and a serious risk of eternal damnation you have been warned and reminded of on many occasions by the Most High. Priests in particular are warned frequently, because you have closer contact with the Holy Scripture. But in addition to His written word, the Most High reminds you of the reality of hell, and the risk that exists for anyone to go there, and he does so by speaking in the depths of your consciousness, or in your sleep, or through the death of good or bad people. When you visit a dying man, or one who has just died, and pray for him, saying, “Lord, give him eternal rest, let perpetual light shine on him. May he rest in peace. Amen”, how can you not remember hell? Perhaps in that moment you think about it, but then you go back to your everyday hectic life, and the thought of Judgment of the Most High and hell disappears. When someone is dying, you should think that this is the time the last card is played for that soul: around the dying person there are also present, like vultures, many evil spirits that do everything they can to drag that soul to hell with them. And seeing a dying man, you should think that one day it’s up to you to die, undergo the Judgment, and see yourself accepted or rejected by Heaven. God’s Mercy continues to remind you of that!

The Almighty never fails to call you back, as any good mother would do to save her children away from danger. In His mercy, He is willing to forgive all your sins, because He wants no one to be lost. What did He not do for you during His life on Earth, His passion and terrible death? Nothing He left out back then, and nothing He leaves out today for your salvation. If the Almighty has done and is doing so much to save you, this is confirmation that there is for you the risk of getting lost. And if the Most High does not underestimate this risk you run, you must not underestimate it either, in your own interest. But you have not yet learnt to love yourself! Remind these truths to yourself, and do not neglect to remind them to others. Until one is still alive, he has a chance to save himself, as long as he says, “Have mercy, Lord, have mercy on me.” But when the soul separates from the body there is no chance; at that same moment Judgment takes place: in a flash, he will see his entire life and will have to answer for it to the Almighty. And woe to that soul that has not purified herself in time, with a sincere repentance of all her sins: She will experience from that moment and for all eternity the wrath of the just Judge. The only thing that the supreme Judge will offer at that point to such soul is to let her go to hell, away from him. It would be a more terrible punishment for that soul if, in those conditions of stubborn sin, she had to stay in heaven: the sight of the Most High, His angels, His saints, full of grace, clothed with glory and full of joy, would be a torture greater than all the pains she will suffer in hell.”

Source: “Grande Opera Mariana Gesù e Maria”, Oct-Dec 2005, n.4

Exorcism conducted on 8/11/1983

The Two Roads

“…I saw two roads. One was broad, covered with sand and flowers, full of joy, music and all sorts of pleasures. People walked along it, dancing and enjoying themselves. They reached the end without realizing it. And at the end of the road there was a horrible precipice; that is, the abyss of hell. The souls fell blindly into it; as they walked, so they fell. And their number was so great that it was impossible to count them. And I saw the other road, or rather, a path, for it was narrow and strewn with thorns and rocks; and the people who walked along it had tears in their eyes, and all kinds of suffering befell them. Some fell down upon the rocks, but stood up immediately and went on. At the end of the road there was a magnificent garden filled with all sorts of happiness and all these souls entered there. At the very first instant they forgot all their sufferings”. (Diary 153)
“Today, I was led by an Angel to the chasms of hell. It is a place of great torture; how awesomely large and extensive it is! The kinds of tortures I saw: the first torture that constitutes hell is the loss of God; the second is perpetual remorse of conscience; the third is that one’s condition will never change; the fourth is the fire that will penetrate the soul without destroying it, a terrible suffering, since it is a purely spiritual fire, lit by God’s anger; the fifth torture is conditional darkness and a terrible suffocating smell, and despite the darkness, the devils and the souls of the damned see each other and all the evil, both of others and their own; the sixth torture is the constant company of satan, the seventh torture is horrible despair, hatred of God, vile words, curses and blasphemies. These are the tortures suffered by all the damned together, but that is not the end of the sufferings. There are special tortures destined for particular souls. These are the torments of the senses. Each soul undergoes terrible and indescribable sufferings, related to the manner in which it has sinned. There are caverns and pits of torture where one form of agony differs from another. I would have died at the very sight of these tortures if the omnipotence of God had not supported me. Let the sinner know that he will be tortured throughout all eternity, in those senses which he made use of to sin. I am writing this at the command of God, so that no soul may find an excuse by saying there is no hell, or that nobody has ever been there, and so no one can say what it is like. I, sister Faustina, by the order of God, have visited the abysses of hell so that I might tell souls about it and testify to its existence. I cannot speak about it now; but I have received a command from God to leave it in writing. The devils were full of hatred for me, but they had to obey me at the command of God. What I have written is but a pale shadow of the things I saw. But I noticed one thing: that most of the souls there are those who disbelieved that there is a hell. When I came to, I could hardly recover from the fright. How terribly souls suffer there! Consequently, I pray even more fervently for the conversion of sinners. I incessantly plead God’s mercy upon them. O my Jesus, I would rather be in agony until the end of the world, amidst the greatest sufferings, then offend You by the least sin.” (Diary 741).

“…I saw my Guardian Angel, who ordered me to follow him. In a moment I was in a misty place full of fire in which there was a great crowd of suffering souls. They were praying fervently, but to no avail, for themselves; only we can come to their aid. The flames, which were burning them, did not touch me at all. My Guardian Angel did not leave me for an instant. I asked these souls what their greatest suffering was. They answered me in one voice that their greatest torment was longing for God. I saw Our Lady visiting the souls in Purgatory. The souls call Her “The Star of the Sea”. She brings them refreshment. I wanted to talk with them some more, but my Guardian Angel beckoned me to leave. We went out of that prison of suffering. [I heard an interior voice which said] ‘My mercy does not want this, but justice demands it. Since that time, I am in closer communion with the suffering souls.” (Diary, 20)

“November 27, 1936. Today I was in heaven, in spirit, and I saw its unconceivable beauties and the happiness that awaits us after death. I saw how all creatures give ceaseless praise and glory to God. I saw how great is happiness in God, which spreads to all creatures, making them happy; and then all the glory and praise which springs from this happiness returns to its source; and they enter into the depths of God, contemplating the inner life of God, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, whom they will never comprehend or fathom. This source of happiness is unchanging in its essence, but it is always new, gushing forth happiness for all creatures. Now I understand Saint Paul, who said, “Eye has not seen, nor has ear heard, not has it entered into the heart of man what God has prepared for those who love him.” And God has given me to understand that there is but one thing that is of infinite value in His eyes, and that is love of God; love, love and once again, love; and nothing can compare with a single act of pure love of God. Oh, with what inconceivable favors God gifts a soul that loves Him sincerely! Oh, how happy is the soul who already here on earth enjoys His special favors! And of such are the little and humble souls. The sight of this great majesty of God, which I came to understand more profoundly and which is worshipped by the heavenly spirits according to their degree of grace and the hierarchies into which they are divided, did not cause my soul to be stricken with terror or fear; no, no, not at all! My soul was filled with peace and love, and the more I come to know the greatness of God, the more joyful I become that He is as He is. And I rejoice immensely in His greatness and am delighted that I am so little because, since I am little, He carries me in His arms and holds me close to His Heart. O my God, how I pity those people who do not believe in eternal life; how I pray for them that a ray of mercy would envelop them too, and that God would clasp them to His fatherly bosom…”(Diary 777).
Source: Saint Faustina Kowalska, Diary

On Gossip

Jesus says:”You must be able to tell the difference between an idle word and a useful one. A word is idle, and sin generally flourishes in idleness, when one speaks of other people’s faults with someone who can do nothing about them. Then it is plainly lack of charity, even if what one says is true. As it is lack of charity to reproach someone more or less sharply without giving advice at the same time. And I am referring to just reproaches. The others are unfair and they are a sin against our neighbour. But when one sees one’s neighbour commit sin, and one suffers because that person offends God and injures his soul, and one realises that one cannot estimate the gravity of someone else’s sin, neither does one feel wise enough to speak words that may work a conversion, and then one applies to a just and wise person confiding one’s anxiety, then one does not commit sin, because one’s disclosure aims at putting an end to a scandal and at saving a soul. It is the same as if one had a relative suffering from a shameful disease. One will certainly try to conceal it from people, but one will go secretly to a doctor and say: “My relative is suffering from so and so and I do not know how to advise and cure him. Please come or tell me what I must do”. Does one in that case lack love for one’s relative? No. On the contrary one would lack love if one feigned not to notice the disease and allowed it to progress and bring about death, through a mistaken feeling of prudence and love.”

Source: Maria Valtorta, Poem of the Man God