A Catholic priest for almost 40 years, Archbishop Ron Feyl-Enright has been involved in the ministry of exorcism and was trained by exorcists over the years who were his mentors and former bishops. In the first half, he talked about his interaction with angels and demons via exorcism rituals as the Chief Exorcist for the Sacred Order of Saint Michael the Archangel. Demonic possession is actually quite rare-- out of 100 claimed cases, ten might be legitimate demonic interactions, but only around three would be considered genuine possessions, he estimated. You have to be really careful, he added, because psychosis can mimic demonic possession, and performing an exorcism on such a person might lead to their suicide. Certain manifestations indicate a true possession, he cited, such as levitation, the discoloration of the body, and frigid temperatures in the room.
An exorcist has to properly prepare for about three days before the ritual, he reported, and this includes fasting, praying, and meditating. The exorcism involves a repetition of prayers, and it's crucial to find out the name(s) of the demon(s), he said, noting that in cases of multiple demons-- rituals may have to be done on a daily basis for one to two months to be successful. Considered fallen angels, demons never had a human body, though they can enter one or place a thought in a person's head, he explained. The Archbishop detailed one particularly difficult exorcism where he felt three penetrating blows to his rib cage. Subsequently, he was hospitalized for 30 days with the strange condition of a blood sack wrapped around his heart.
A civilian intelligence analyst and psychotherapist in New York City, Robert D. Morningstar, is an FAA-licensed pilot and instrument ground instructor who has studied the paranormal and UFOs for over 40 years. He discussed his analysis of various moon photos (see related images), his recent UFO sighting over NYC, and how the Chinese may have made contact with aliens on the moon. He suggested that under the Trump administration, NASA has become more open with the images they share with the public, such as a "true color" photo of the moon, which he maintains has a much more detailed topography than previously seen. In the regions of Mares Smythii and Marginis, he believes there are entrances to underground areas.
He described the anomalous aerial object he recently witnessed in New York as a pancake-shaped disc flying around 120mph with a distinct pattern of oscillation. In the odd sequence of photographs picked up by China's Chang'e 3 moon lander, a "brilliant blue iridescent" object is seen flying over the surface, as the direction of shadows changes over the lunar rocks. Speaking of telepathy and PSI, Morningstar revealed that he'd heard from a Coast Guard chief that the Navy had an ongoing program in which subjects were placed into a swimming pool with dolphins, whose vibrations stimulated remote viewing and psychic abilities.
News segment guests: John M. Curtis, Steve Kates