50. 0. The Narrative for the 15 Exorcism Prayers.


25 November 2020 AD;

St Catherine of Alexandria (307)



Those very serious prayers are for Catholics in a State of Grace only. Those prayers may be very dangerous if improperly used. You can use them at your own risk. I bear no responsibility for any misuse of the said exorcism prayers. They are for the information of the reader only. They won't have any effect unless "God wills it". "Deus Vult!"


These exorcism prayers were composed in the years 2017-2019. I called them "777 Crosses Exorcism Prayers" since they have 777 crosses made during the reciting of the prayers.

There are also 222 kisses, "I love you's" and bowing of the head in honor of God. Altogether, 777 Crosses + 222 Kisses, Love and Bows = 999 Holy Expressions. The exorcism Prayers were finished on 18 December 2019 on the feast of St Gatien and Expectation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. There were some minor improvements since then.


These prayers are very effective in exorcising the demons and are protective of the exorcist as well as the afflicted person. However, to get more safety, it would be a good practice to add additional prayers for protection from the Fury of Hell and the Gates of Hell.

Those are:

1. The Chaplet to St Michael the Archangel

Link here The Chaplet to St Michael the Archangel

2. Crown of the Seven Dolores of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Link here  The Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary

3. The Way of the Cross (Via Crucis)

Link here  The Way of the Cross


Do these three prayers daily or at least after the reciting of the 15 Exorcism Prayers. Ask specifically for your own and the sinner's protection, so the devil will not attack you instead.


Preparation for the Exorcism:


1. "Confiteor - I Confess": 

I Confess


A Confiteor is a penitential prayer where we acknowledge our sinfulness and seek God's mercy and forgiveness. Confiteors have been part of Christianity from the beginning. St. Augustine notes that it was traditionally recited while striking the breast as a sign of humility, such as is the custom we have today of doing so during Mass when it is recited. The prayer below is the traditional form of the prayer. It was partially composed in the 8th century and then added to the Mass in the 11th century. The Confiteor in use in the Missal of Paul VI is a shortened version of this one.

CONFITEOR Deo omnipotenti, beatae Mariae semper Virgini, beato Michaeli Archangelo, beato Ioanni Baptistae, sanctis Apostolis Petro et Paulo, et omnibus Sanctis, quia peccavi nimis cogitatione, verbo et opere: mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa. Ideo precor beatam Mariam semper Virginem, beatum Michaelem Archangelum, beatum Ioannem Baptistam, sanctos Apostolos Petrum et Paulum, et omnes Sanctos, orare pro me ad Dominum Deum nostrum. Amen.

ICONFESS to almighty God, to blessed Mary ever Virgin, to blessed Michael the Archangel, to blessed John the Baptist, to the holy apostles Peter and Paul, and to all the saints that I have sinned exceedingly in thought, word, and deed, through my fault, through my fault, through my most grievous fault. Therefore, I beseech blessed Mary ever Virgin, blessed Michael the Archangel, blessed John the Baptist, the holy apostles Peter and Paul, and all the saints, to pray for me to the Lord our God. Amen.


2. "Act of Contrition":


Actus Contritionis
Act of Contrition


There are many forms of the Act of Contrition. This one is the standard Act of Contrition found in such sources as the Baltimore Catechism.

DEUS meus, ex toto corde paenitet me omnium meorum peccatorum, eaque detestor, quia peccando, non solum poenas a Te iuste statutas promeritus sum, sed praesertim quia offendi Te, summum bonum, ac dignum qui super omnia diligaris. Ideo firmiter propono, adiuvante gratia Tua, de cetero me non peccaturum peccandique occasiones proximas fugiturum. Amen.

OMY God, I am heartily sorry for having offended Thee and I detest all my sins because of Thy just punishments, but most of all because they offend Thee, my God, who art all good and deserving of all my love. I firmly resolve, with the help of Thy grace, to sin no more and avoid the near occasions of sin. Amen.


3. Now you are ready to perform the exorcism (you will need a Blessed Crucifix and a Blessed Rosary and the Holy Water as well):

3a. Before, and especially after the Exorcism wash your hands three times with Holy Water, as well as clean your face with the Holy Water - it will make you invisible to the demons/legions.

3b. Wrap two Rosaries around your wrists (paracord Rosaries are the best for that) the way the Crusader Knights did it a long time ago. You can and you should put one Rosary over your neck - this will protect you from counteractions of the demons/legions.

3c. Swallow a bit of the Exorcised Salt (one or two crystals) or drink a bit of the Exorcised Olive Oil before the Exorcism Prayers to neutralize/reverse the curse/hex/spell out of yourself (if you are doing the exorcism on yourself).

3d. The above procedures apply to the Exorcism Prayers and neutralizing/returning the curses as well. (I will write more about the latter in the future).

3e. You can obtain the Holy Water, Exorcised Salt, and Exorcised Olive Oil (tell the priest it is for consumption) as well as Bless the Crucifix and the Rosaries from FSSP Priests (FSSP is in union with Rome). It is very important that you have these things done before proceeding with Exorcism Prayers - it is of the utmost importance for your and others safety. FSSP priests will do great work (in Latin) with your items, using time-tested old formulas.

3f. You should repeat the Exorcism Prayer three times (over the three consecutive days).

3g. You should fast also for three days while saying the "777 Crosses Exorcism".

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