Banish Those Ghosts – A Cleansing Ritual!

Cleansing Ritual:

The fact of a negative entity within a house must be shown to be an indisputable fact by outsiders that can feel the vibrations of the entity.  Those living in the house should be excluded from any judgment as to whether it is “real” or not, and any sources of possible “this-worldly” sounds, lights, or movements must be scrupulously examined for both simple causes and more involved ones.  Below we have outlined the general approach to the Cleaning Ritual, this should be carried out by experienced mediums.

How to Cleanse:
Once the reality of the entity/ies has been established, the full permission of the owners or renters/leasers of the building must be obtained. In some cases, the owner is quite reluctant to admit that the situation exists, since to admit this may jeopardize any revenue from the structure!

Should the entity be of more-or-less “Christian” characteristic, the well-known methods of intervention by a religious figure (priest, preacher, rabbi, etc.) performing the cleansing should prove adequate.  It is in the cases where the entity is not of this type of belief system that more stringent measures must be used.

If efforts have been made in the past to rout the spirit, and they have failed, the next persons to attempt this process must be of great courage and a higher degree of skill. There is no school that teaches this; it is learned by actual experience.

If more or less “usual” methods fail, the person doing the cleansing must be of an alternative religion, one that admits the existence of, and the need to exorcise negative entities for the comfort and security of the people that live there, or have their offices there.

It has been shown in actual practice that some entities of the various signs, Earth, Air, Fire and Water, will have an effect on the persons doing the depossession. It would seem to be a case of mutual interests, and those involved should beware.

What to do??
If smudging fails, spraying consecrated water (the so-called “Holy Water” used by some churches) should be the next attempt. Draw Crosses over the windows, Star of David symbols or Pentagrams (if the person is of Hebraic or Pagan beliefs), wet down the window sills, the doors, the door frames, and any other opening into the building.

If all the above don’t work, then the group must go back to the most ancient form of spirit work we have any knowledge of, exorcism by salt.  Natural salt has properties we have little knowledge of; it is a natural cleanser, and seems to have the ability to sort of absorb negative entities. The oldest spells charms and incantations use salt; it has roots that go back well over 2,000 years.

Purchase enough salt to pour a solid layer in a continuous string about 1/2 inch wide around the place that needs cleansing. Once this has been done, you must announce to those in the place that you are going to encircle them with salt, and they either leave or will be trapped there for all time.

You must make the announcement in a loud, clear voice, capable of being heard throughout the place! Affirm to them that you will not warn them again, and that they must leave!  Pour a stream of salt in a continuous stream around the area, and always in a clockwise direction! NEVER pour it in a counter-clockwise direction! If you do, you strengthen their abilities! Leave a small unsalted opening about 3 feet wide at the juncture of the circle, and announce that all the spirits within the circle have a limited time to leave. State the time, and never more than 5 minutes!

As it gets down to the last few seconds, you will feel a rush of what seems like wind going past you! The spirits are leaving.

Source: http://www.para-investigations.co.uk/index_files/Cleansing.htm

About Andrew

Co-founder & lead investigator of Paranormal Encounters. I've experienced the paranormal all my life, having encountered ghosts, angels and demons. I live in a haunted house and when not exploring and researching the unknown, I enjoy single malt Scotch whisky & potato chips (though not necessarily at the same time).