PM5476: Irrefutable evidence of demonic possession

Support for the death penalty is irrefutable evidence of demonic possession.

Genuine membership of the National Rifle Association (NRA) in the United States is irrefutable proof of demonic possession. Note that non-genuine membership is not irrefutable evidence of demonic possession. An example of a non-genuine member would be a person who joined the NRA, not out of a genuine belief or sympathy in their ideology, but in order to gather intelligence on their activities, or in order to sabotage or undermine them from within. Past NRA membership is not irrefutable evidence of demonic possession when the membership ceased prior to 1980, or prior to the member attaining twenty-one years of age.  Membership in other organisations declared to be equivalent to the NRA is also irrefutable evidence of demonic possession. At the present time, organisations declared equivalent to the NRA are: Gun Owners of America (GOA), Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership (JPFO). Any organisation approaching these in their extremism may upon investigation be declared as their equivalents. But an organisation devoted to firearms sports, other than hunting, which avoids taking political positions, is not equivalent.

Genuine membership of any organisation whose primary purpose is to promote recreational hunting or the right to hunt recreationally is irrefutable proof of demonic possession. An organisation whose primary purpose is not directly related to hunting, but incidentally happens to endorse hunting, where that endorsement of hunting is a small part of its overall activities, is not included in this category.

Note that support for the death penalty is in a different category from membership of gun lobby or hunting organisations. Any support for the death penalty at all is irrefutable evidence of demonic possession. By contrast, mere expression of support for the positions of gun lobby or hunting organisations is not irrefutable evidence of demonic possession, although it constitutes refutable evidence of the same. But genuine membership in those organisations does constitute irrefutable evidence.

There are other signs of demonic possession other than irrefutable evidence.  However, when irrefutable evidence is presented, there is no need to investigate the case further, and demonic possession can immediately be concluded. In the absence of irrefutable evidence, demonic possession may still be present, but must be investigated on a case-by-case basis.

How to be freed from demonic possession? A necessary but not sufficient condition, is to publicly, fully and wholeheartedly renounce demonic views and membership in demonic organisations, to cease being a member of any demonic organisation, to not rejoin any demonic organisation, and to not express any support or approval for demonic organisations. However, while this is necessary, it is not sufficient. It is generally also necessary to undergo the sacrament of holy exorcism, although the requirement to undergo that sacrament may be dispensed of whenever the Prophet-in-Council or delegate discern that to be fitting.
Comments