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Over and over the demon said of his host, “No peace, no peace,” describing his determination to destroy Charmaine’s life.In the final climactic battle to cast out Twister, a defiant African spirit, the woman’s two daughters, ages 22 and 16, enthusiastically joined Bob in telling the demon to leave.Chances are, they’re going to throw the computer screen across the room and destroy everything.” Larson does seem to be a busy man: in addition to performing exorcisms both online and off, he’s teaching his daughter Brynne and her two friends how to become teenaged demon killers.When do you think can we expect their reality show?and experts on the front line of the local battle to end child sex trafficking.
For some background on the film, which streams free this week, read my Monday blog post and take a look at my recent column on the topic.
“There would be no need to theatrically stage this for any reason why would anybody do that I have no idea.” The testimonials on Larson’s website are no less dramatic than the above clip: During the seminar, a Jamaican woman named Charmaine, manifested an usual demon named Twister.
The spirit said that he was the “twisting” part of Leviathan, a demon that Charmaine had been partially delivered of by another ministry.
Larson has built a business by exorcising demons via video chat, using hand gestures–like crossing people’s foreheads by waving his pointer finger in front of the camera or thrusting a cross at the laptop–and virtual eye contact.
To date he claims to have performed over 20,000 exorcisms in total, most in person but many online.
Robert Beiser, the executive director of Seattle Against Slavery (SAS).