Skip to content


Camelot Warfare Library - Directory of Non-Recommended Exorcists, Deliverance Counselors, and Investigators

by Catherine Frakas 10 Jun 2013

Camelot Warfare Library A Collection of Resources on Spiritual Warfare (Home) Library: Directory of Recommended Resources | Spiritual Warfare Prayer Catalog | About Spiritual Warfare CatalogtestPrinciples of Discernment in Evaluating BooksForm to Recommend SW PrayersIndex of Books Not RecommendedDirectory of Exorcists, Deliverance Counselors, and InvestigatorsDirectory of Non-Recommended Exorcists, Deliverance Counselors, and InvestigatorsSpiritual Warfare Prayer CatalogLibrary: Directory of Recommended ResourcesAbout --> Directory of Non-Recommended Exorcists, Deliverance Counselors, and Investigators
NOTE: There will be more added to this list soon Last Update: 05.27.2014 Exorcists - Bishop Robert McKenna Father Robert McKenna was ordained a Catholic priest for the Dominican Order in 1958. After Vatican II he removed himself from his superiors and began to be seduced by the- sedeprivationist- and advocates that schismatic ideology which- holds that Popes since John XXIII have been defective Popes. Father McKenna was illicitly consecrated a Bishop on August 22, 1986 in Raveau, France by the illicit Bishop Mgr. Michel Guerard des Lauriers, O.P, who was consecrated by the schismatic Bishop Ngo Dinh Thuc without papal mandate. Bishop Ngo Dinh Thuc has been the source of much evil of illicitly consecrating bishops, which cause further division in the Church. Since Thuc consecrated des Lauriers, who consecrated McKenna, all without papal mandate, makes all these men schismatics and excommunicated by definition and thereby illicit and not in communion with Rome. This means that McKenna cannot illicitly perform exorcisms, nor can he call himself a Catholic Bishop.
Canon Law 1382 -€” Both the Bishop who, without a pontifical mandate, consecrates a person a Bishop, and the one who receives the consecration from him, incur a latae sententiae excommunication reserved to the Apostolic See. [Note: automatic excommunication incurred by the act itself not requiring the Church to declare a excommunication] This point is critical in that demons know of this man’s rebellion against God’s Pope and his status of excommunication.- Anyone associating themselves with this illicit bishop to help with deliverance and/or exorcism endanger themselves and their clients. The Warrens, who were Catholics, improperly associated themselves with McKenna and thereby endangered not only themselves but their clients. In addition, by inviting McKenna to come into their cases make the Warrens an accomplice to the McKenna’s sin. By this sinful example of the Warrens many of their followers also seek assistance from this excommunicated and illicit bishop. - - Fr. Rama P. Coomaraswamy, M.D. The late Dr. Rama Coomaraswamy received his early education in India, in an orthodox Hindu setting. He graduated from Harvard University and then went on to Medical School. He spent 30 years as a Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeon. Following his retirement from surgery, he retrained in Psychiatry. He published fairly extensively both in the fields of medicine and theology. - He taught and maintained a small practice in psychiatry, mostly dealing with problems involving the interface between religion and psychiatry. - In 1999 he was illicitly ordained by excommunicated and Sedevacantist bishop- Jose© Ramon Lopez-Gaston, a- from the lineage of another schismatic bishop, the Vietnamese Archbishop Nge´ ee¬nh Thuc Pierre Martin. He worked as- an exorcist and had some involvement with the excommunicated bishop- Robert McKenna. Like Bishop McKenna,- Coomaraswamy has no licit authority to perform exorcisms. As such he was not a proper source of information or training. - Archbishop Ron Feyl,- The Sacred Order of Saint Michael the Archangel, and the Order of Exorcists The Order of Exorcists is under the Independent Old Catholic jurisdiction of The Sacred Order of Saint Michael the Archangel. Ron Feyl is the leader of this order. He claims apostolic succession within Roman and Old Catholic lines. This means that he is not a Catholic priest or a Catholic bishop. While his Holy Orders may be valid, they are not licit. To use the word Catholic is disingenuous and a lie. It is confusing to the public and therefore a scandal. Any pretense or intellectual gymnastics to self-justify communion with the Catholic Church is dishonorable. Feyl, and other schismatics like him, try to fool the public that document- Dominus Iesus justifies the arrogance to remain out-of-full-communion with the Roman Pontiff. He quotes this document, The churches which, while not existing in perfect communion with the (Roman) Catholic Church, remain united to her by means of the closest bonds, that is, by Apostolic Succession and a valid Eucharist, are true particular churches- and by this quote just to justify their schism. The quote merely acknowledges a bond of Apostolic Succession and valid Eucharist. The document does not validate schismatic groups. Jesus called us to be one. Feyl and other schismatics fail to heed the call of Jesus.- Demons know of this duplicity and rebellion. Thus, Feyl and his groups cannot be recommended. Deliverance Counselors - Ed and Lorraine Warren Ed and Lorraine Warren received their fame and notoriety from their investigation of the famous case of the Lutz family who moved into a house in- Amityville, a suburban neighborhood located on the south shore of Long Island, New York. Thirteen months before the Lutzes moved in, Ronald DeFeo, Jr. shot and killed six members of his family at the house. After 28 days, the Lutzes left the house, claiming to have been terrorized by paranormal phenomena while living there. A movie was made about this case. This begins the Warren’s influence on future paranormal investigators. It is claimed that Ed Warren had official Vatican approval as demonologist. If that is true, then they need to provide proof. The Church is not going to grant such approval without documentation. To date neither Ed, who is now deceased, nor Lorraine has ever at any time provided documentation to prove this claim. Until such time as documentation is produced such claims must be considered false. The Warrens founded the Museum of the Paranormal. - Lorraine claims to be in discussions - with the Vatican to take over these so-called relic- once she dies. We have no idea why the Vatican would do so, we don’t know. But, given the character of Ed and Lorraine Warren, we would not trust such claims unless documented. The fact that such a museum exist is horrific. Such museum can appeal only to misguided curiosity-seekers and can be very dangerous. Items that were cursed or otherwise infested with demons should be destroyed if they cannot be cleansed, and not displayed as curiosities.- There are many things about the Warrens that are troubling considering they are supposed to be Catholics. Lorraine claims to be a psychic and during their investigations they have utilized psychics and se©ances. Such things are contrary to Christian practice. In addition, the Warren’s utilize the services of one Bishop McKenna (see entry in the Exorcist category). So-called Bishop McKenna was excommunicated and thus any exorcisms he performed our illicit. In addition, any other services he performed are equally problematic. The demons will know that he is an excommunicated priest, and therefore in rebellion. The effectiveness of Bishop McKenna, therefore, is very questionable since demons do not have to listen to her belly is an excommunicated priest. We consider the Warren’s to be singularly problematic and destructive to the field of deliverance and paranormal investigation. In addition to what was mentioned above, the Warrens proposed many silly and stupid theories which have been passed on to nearly every single so-called paranormal investigator in the country. One such theory, which the Warrens proposed as an absolute truth, is an explanation of a cold spots which sometimes occur in haunted houses. They proposed that the reason for cold spots was that in order for spirits, human or demonic, to manifest in our world such spirits had to suck out energy from our world. This is plain silly. Anyone with the knowledge of angelology/demonology 101 should know that spirits are not of this material world. Since spirits are in the spiritual realm and not in the material world it is not required for them to utilize anything in this material world in order to manifest. Neither cold spots nor portals are required. But, what is worse than this ignorant theory was that they proposed it as an absolute fact. The Warren’s would have had greater integrity had they proposed this idea as a theory, albeit a stupid one. Other such notions, as the practice of provocation is another problem. One should not be poking the dog when it comes to demons. This is just plain stupid and very dangerous. One of the famous paranormal investigators, who is now retired, recounts an experience he had been investigating a house with a demonic presence. This presence was allegedly in the attic. So this fella went to the attic and tried to provoke the demon to manifest. He heard a growl. He then provoke the demon by saying, is that the best you can do? Suddenly some invisible force picked him up off the floor and took him over to the window supposedly to throwing out the window of a three-story building. Just before this entity got him to the window he was dropped to the floor. Had this demonic entity through him out the window he would’ve been killed. One may command a demon to leave, one may rebuke a demon, but one does not poke the dog with a demon. This is just plain stupid. Yet this practice is seen in many if not most of the TV paranormal investigator shows. We highly advise people to not watch those paranormal TV shows as 100% of the shows present information that is incorrect and perform practices which can be very dangerous to do. The primary problem with these paranormal TV shows is not just that they’re full of bunk, but it inspires other people to start their own little paranormal investigating organizations to which they adopt philosophies and notions which are incorrect in dangerous, and manic the very same dangerous procedures they see on TV. All of this nonsense, this dangerous set of notions and practices, we’re spearheaded by the Warrens. We advise that no one have anything to do with the ideas, notions, and practices proposed by the Warrens. We highly advise that no one listen to Lorraine, and no one listen to the disciples of the Warrens. This applies especially to John Zaffis, who starred in the SyFy paranormal reality TV show, Haunted Collector, and runs the Paranormal and Demonology Research Society of New England. Also, in this category of people to avoid include- Dave Considine- and Fr.- Rama Coomeraswamy.- Have nothing to do these people, and have nothing to do with these paranormal investigator TV shows. - John Zaffis John Zaffis is a paranormal researcher. He is a nephew of Ed and Loraine Warren and is part of the Warren disciples with all the problems that comes with that. He starred in the SyFy paranormal reality TV show, Haunted Collector, and runs the Paranormal and Demonology Research Society of New England, which he founded in 1998. Zaffis spent his first years studying under his uncle and aunt Ed and Lorraine Warren.- He- currently runs the Museum of the Paranormal located in Stratford, Connecticut. - Dave Considine Dave Considine claims to officially sanctioned by the Traditional & Orthodox Catholic Church, whatever schismatic group that is, as a- religious demonologists. Such approval by a schismatic group, if Considine holds this approval, - holds no weight with the true Catholic Church, not with demons who know, that this group is not the true Church of Jesus Christ. The effectiveness of Considine will be solely that of a Christian. His approval is of no consequence. Condidine is a Warran disciple and was trained by the Warrens. - Ken Deal In Mr. Deel’s book he asserts a theological point that one must be re-baptized if one dies and is revived. This assertion- is unheard of by all the Popes and theologians of the Catholic Church for the past 2000 years. The mark of Baptism is indelibly placed on one’s soul forever. The idea that one needs to be re-baptized if one dies and is revived is, at best a profound theological error, and at worse a formal heresy. He also asserts the novel ideas that if one dies and is revived that they may require re-anointing as a Christian. All this seems to be based upon another novel and unheard of notion that when one dies and is revived it is a rebirth, thus possibly needing re-baptism and re-anointing. - (see details in the review of his book) Because his error about the need for re-baptism, and other unheard of and novel notions and his lack of courage and integrity to admit his error, Mr. Deel, we believe, is utterly unqualified and his book cannot be recommended especially in light of the many books and documents from credible people whereby one can learn about this subject. (See recommended books). Given the flawed thinking, we believe that it would not be prudent to secure any of his services or advice. - 4 Responses to Directory of Non-Recommended Exorcists, Deliverance Counselors, and Investigators Bro. Ignatius Mary says:
December 20, 2015 at 12:09 pm Dear Adi: If you are possessed the Church can do an exorcism. You then need to contact your local parish priest, and you diocese offices. That is the place to start. If you are not possessed, but are harassed, oppressed, or obsessed, we may be able to help you. We open up again for new clients in January: Request for Services Adi Nugroho says:
December 9, 2015 at 6:05 am Hi, I’ve been searching for legitimate Catholic exorcists. I did found Archbishop Ron Feyl and his team then ended in your page telling that they are not recommended exorcists. My question is where can I find legitimate Catholic exorcists? I live in Jakarta, Indonesia and there are no legitimate exorcists in Indonesia. Thank you and best regards, Adi Bro. Ignatius Mary says:
January 21, 2015 at 8:30 am Brian: See my review of Neil’s book, Unbound, HERE As for laying on hands, that must be approached very cautiously. One must always ask permission of the person to lay on hands on him. Prayers of protection ought to be said as laying hands on a demonized person can cause a transference of a demon from the demonized person to the deliverance counselor. Only one person should lay on hands, not the entire group. There is confusion about imprecatory commands. Probably what you heard were imperative commands. See the Q&A that explains all this. Brian says:
January 20, 2015 at 10:03 pm Hello. Do you have any information or suggestions regarding Neal Lozano’s book Unbound and the Unbound retreats which are popping up more and more. During the retreats we have seen laity laying hands on people and offering what could be construed as impecatory prayers. Thank you. Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Please do not leave prayer intentions here as our Prayer Team will not see your intentions. Instead, you can post your prayer intention in one of our Prayerbooks: Click here. Thank You. Name (required) Mail (will not be published) (required) Please DO NOT POST PRAYER INTENTIONS here as our Prayer Team WILL NOT SEE THEM. Instead, you can post your prayer intention in one of our Prayerbooks: Click here. Thank You.

Search Library

Links Camelot Warfare Home Center Truth & Justice Legionnaires of St. Michael St. Michael's Call St. Padre Pio Center | 1215310 sweet souls have visited here

930 x 520px


Sample Block Quote

Praesent vestibulum congue tellus at fringilla. Curabitur vitae semper sem, eu convallis est. Cras felis nunc commodo eu convallis vitae interdum non nisl. Maecenas ac est sit amet augue pharetra convallis.

Sample Paragraph Text

Praesent vestibulum congue tellus at fringilla. Curabitur vitae semper sem, eu convallis est. Cras felis nunc commodo eu convallis vitae interdum non nisl. Maecenas ac est sit amet augue pharetra convallis nec danos dui. Cras suscipit quam et turpis eleifend vitae malesuada magna congue. Damus id ullamcorper neque. Sed vitae mi a mi pretium aliquet ac sed elitos. Pellentesque nulla eros accumsan quis justo at tincidunt lobortis deli denimes, suspendisse vestibulum lectus in lectus volutpate.
Prev Post
Next Post
Someone recently bought a
[time] minutes ago, from [location]

Thanks for subscribing!

This email has been registered!

Shop the look

Choose Options

Recently Viewed

Edit Option
Back In Stock Notification
this is just a warning
Shopping Cart
0 items