Psychotherapy, and Exorcism, by Norberto R. Keppe Ph.D.

Will Lajeunesse is a member of the Department of Theology at the Keppe Pacheco Institute in São Paulo, Brazil. Our publishing house, Proton Editora, has just released the book, Psychotherapy, and Exorcism, by Norberto R. Keppe Ph.D. 

The author is a renowned psychoanalyst and social scientist who has written 40 books published in 7 languages. This most recent work is an up to date, an in-depth scientific study of the link between possession and psychopathology based on more than 50 years of clinical research.

In this groundbreaking book, Keppe argues that psychotherapy and exorcism go hand in hand and that psychosis and possession are closely linked. He
shows how neurosis and psychosis are also demonic manifestations and also highlights the part played by negative spiritual influences in both metals
and physical illness. In fact, Keppe likens Lucifer to a schizophrenic angel, showing how the human being actually chooses his demons as opposed to being a victim of them.

Psychotherapy and Exorcism Explained

The Problem

The split between exorcism and medicine has caused great confusion. This separation has made it impossible to understand what belongs to which. This idea has also led the human being to believe that we are victims, either of demons or of eating the wrong foods or of any other type of physical behavior. As a result, we have impeded medical doctors from considering the psychological life in their treatment and dissuaded exorcists from accepting medical treatment and medicine in their procedures. If exorcism worked as the exorcists generally think it does, the possessed would be free of their demons after a single session. This does not happen, however, and in fact, the process can drag on for years, illustrating the need for treatment of the psyche as well.

“The split between exorcism and medicine has caused great confusion” Norberto R. Keppe

 THE STUDY ON THE DEVIL

There is one particular theological subject that has always been treated very superficially indeed, and that is the issue of demons. Are they real or not? Are they just symbols of various human attitudes? The first thing I could say here is that demons have always been interpreted erroneously. Let me try to explain.

MAN IS A DEMON TO HIS FELLOW MAN

The battle to accomplish evil leads to the destruction of intelligence, love, and dignity. Therefore, trouble-making behavior destroys the person’s beauty and integrity. Every bad idea and intention ruins the person’s natural structure. This discussion is at the heart of understanding human corruption

Humanity

Humanity is on the verge of solving its greatest problem, which is to free itself from the satanic power that took over the twentieth century, characterized by two terrible world wars and the constant threat of a third that would extinguish life on planet Earth. We are currently observing the expulsion of the greatest satanic power ever and finally committing that schizophrenic angel to the mental hospital called hell that he himself created.

“The human being is very much afraid of seeing that which he calls the unknown, and this is the reason he remains isolated from real

The Mistake

During an interview, priest and exorcist, Father Cesar Truqui, was asked how he knows if a person is possessed by demons. He answered, “When there are spiritual and psychological problems, you can reject diabolical influence as an issue,” thereby suggesting that humanity still lives in a garden of delights. Man’s first mistake comes when he denies that the planet is dominated by demons — with the approval of human beings, of course, who have chosen Lucifer as their father and thus abandoned Divine Paternity.

“The error of all these movies and exorcists, in general, is that they put Lucifer only in one person.” Norberto R. Keppe

INTRODUCTION

There has been a fundamental mistake made by the exorcists in regarding demons as similar to human beings who are still more or less with God but occasionally manifest unreasonable attitudes, become violent or lose touch with reality.

The Treatment

“With Glorification, Keppe truly revolutionizes the cultural point of view, for the incredible discoveries he reveals here, in regard to the human psyche, will lead to a radical transformation of the destiny of mankind.

In the first part of the book, Keppe reviews his discoveries in psychopathology. In the second part, he describes a new theology — the theology of Glorification. Finally, he analyzes a case of theomania and explains the practical application of the concepts described initially.

This book can be read and understood by every person, but its concepts do not fit into any previous system or school of thought.” Dr. Claudia Bernhardt Pacheco  Editor, Psychoanalyst & Vice President of the International Society of Analytical Trilogy

 The split between exorcism and medicine has caused great confusion. This separation has made it impossible to understand what belongs to which. This idea has also led the human being to believe that we are victims, either of demons or of eating the wrong foods or of any other type of physical behavior. As a result, we have impeded medical doctors from considering the psychological life in their treatment and dissuaded exorcists from accepting medical treatment and medicine in their process. If exorcism worked as the exorcists generally think it does, the possessed would be free of their demons after a single session. This does not happen, however, and in fact, the process can drag on for years, illustrating the need for treatment of the psyche as well.

 DESCRIPTION

There has been a fundamental mistake made by the exorcists in regarding demons as similar to human beings who are still more or less with God but occasionally manifest unreasonable attitudes, become violent or lose touch with reality. Demons are already in this illusory world, except they are not able to realize what they are doing.

They are just like a psychotic human being who has become delusional and out of touch with reality and so no longer belongs to our world of consciousness of good and evil. Devils are locked inside a fiery vortex, eternally destroying their existence but unable to die simply because they do not accept their own being, the very thing that prevents them from destroying life.

This fact of not accepting existence while simultaneously existing has made them blind, deaf, and unable to taste, smell or touch, while inside they are devoid of intuition, knowledge, love, and emotion, accomplishment or action. They are like pieces of a stone trying to insinuate themselves into living humans, animals, and even minerals so they can feel a little bit of life and free themselves from the nothingness they have chosen.

People who are possessed are always lacking good feelings or rational thought; they let loose with their instincts and all the resultant pathological effects: extreme hatred, strong envy and especially arrogance and theomania, which cause avarice, violent desires for pleasure, uncontrolled hunger and deep-seated and never-ending lethargy. I believe that there is more demonic possession in cases of psychosis than in physical disease, while many specialists try to see the causes in bacteria in the brains of these sick patients — although these patients have in fact deformed their grey matter through their behavior.

 

Steve Ramsey PhD 

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