Exorcism Rites

Exorcism Rites from a variety of traditions and belief systems that can be used for driving out demons and devils from people, places, and things.

Is Exorcism Real?

Some people ask, "Is exorcism real?" To answer this question best, those asking must first answer a few larger questions, specifically:

  1. Do you believe in a higher power or powers?
  2. Do you believe in the existence of forces of good and evil in the world?
  3. Do you have faith in those things in which you believe?

If the inquirer answers "yes" to all of the above, then exorcism exists within that person's circle of possible acceptance. However, if the inquirer answers no, then exorcism would be a concept that person would be unable to accept.

Why do we approach the question of "Is exorcism real?" from that angle? It's simple really; there is no sense wasting one's time explaining exorcism to a person who is incapable or unwilling of entertaining exorcism's purpose, power, meaning, and process. One's time would be much better spent first addressing the subjects of the three questions: the existence of higher powers, good and evil, and the matter of faith.

For those persons who do answer the three questions affirmatively, then exorcism is necessarily real. For in a world of supernatural forces of good and evil, without exorcism, we humans would to some degree be left to the mercy of those evil supernatural forces that seek to do us harm or even just simply harass us. In a world where we humans would be powerless to affect the dismissal or eviction of evil forces without the assistance of the good forces, the lack of a process by which we could enlist the aid of the forces of good would be a dismal and hopeless world indeed. In a world such as the one in which we live, exorcism must be real.

Of course, the Devil — the name by which we most often refer to that higher power of evil — hopes we would believe otherwise and does everything in his power to make it so. Charles Pierre Baudelaire (April 9, 1821 - August 31, 1867), one of the most influential French poets of the nineteenth century, said it best when he wrote, "The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he doesn't exist." And yes, the Devil has done this well and continues to be very successful in his endeavors. It is for this very reason that those of us who are aware of the Devil's trickery and deceit, and who have the opportunity of working to deliver others from Satan's power, must be ever-vigilant, ready, and willing to take up the fight against the powers of darkness.

The Rites of Exorcism

As ordained, non-denominational, inter-faith ministers, occult and paranormal investigators, and demonologists, we know that the Rites of Exorcism, Prayers of Deliverance, and Blessings provided on this website are formulæ specifically created for exercising authority over, and successfully driving out, evil entities. They have histories of effectiveness and reliability. They can be used in a variety of configurations and combinations, but there are certain rules that must not be ignored. They are powerful weapons in the hands of an experienced exorcist, but useless and even dangerous in the hands of a novice.


If you or someone you know is experiencing or being affected in any way by what may be influences of evil or unwanted spirit presences, DO NOT attempt to engage or confront these forces. Seek the advice and assistance of an experienced occult and paranormal investigator, demonologist, ordained minister, rabbi, or priest IMMEDIATELY.

The material provided on this website is for informational purposes ONLY. DO NOT attempt to perform or recite any of these rituals without the expert supervision of an experienced and qualified occult and paranormal investigator, demonologist, ordained minister, rabbi, or priest.