Banishing Dark and Hostile Forces
If a place is plagued with powerful dark and hostile forces, or a strong displacement of very negative or dark energy, such as, for example, a dwelling, and a son or daughter of the navim is called upon for help, then they fast and pray, and purify themselves, and will go to that place, taking brothers and sisters of the assembly of navim with them. In that place they will set up an altar or shrine and they will worship Ha-Shem, invoke the Great Maggid of the Holy Shekinah in guardianship, and they will give strength to the archangel by the chant of the 72 Names of Gevurot, praying for the binding and banishing of the klippot, and for the deliverance of the people. Then, when the holy chant is complete, and the binding and banishing is accomplished, they will celebrate a Holy Wedding Feast in that place, and they will bless that place and the people in Ha-Shem.
The Names of God in Gevurot are very powerful against unclean and evil spirits, and when they are called upon in the Blessed Name of Yeshua Messiah no dark or demonic spirit can stand against them.
In much the same way as they may be called upon for the exorcism of a place, they may also be called upon by a gathering of sons and daughters of the navim at the outset of the exorcism of a person – invoking the Names and laying on hands they will drive the unclean or evil spirit out of the person, and they will pray for their protection and healing.
Always in such spiritual work, if possible, the daughter or son of the navim will not go alone, but will take sisters and brothers with them; and likewise, when confronting powerful darkness they will usually ask a lineage-holder or an initiate with the spiritual gift of exorcism to go with them to lead the sacred ceremony.
As Adonai Yeshua promised, “Where two or more are gathered in my Name, I am there with them.” When we perform exorcisms it is wise to call upon the strength of this promise of Messiah Yeshua.
May the Great Maggid of the Holy Shekinah guard the faithful and elect. Amen.
Blessings & shalom!
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