Spirituality & Health, January - February 2015
Steven thought people were crazy when he heard them talking about ghosts. He learned the hard way that ghosts can make someone's life a nightmare.
Steven was always happy, surrounded by friends and adored by women. Nobody had any idea that something was happening in the life of this man. On one hand he was Steven, the happy person, but on the other hand, a depressed, sad and furious being. He had stopped enjoying life and started to isolate himself. He did not have strength. He felt as though "the other" Steven was sucking the life out of him.
Steven saw a psychotherapist, and then, a psychiatrist. He was prescribed antidepressants, but still felt poorly. Increasingly, he was consumed by suicidal thoughts.
Possession by a ghost changes a person's sensitivity and personality. It causes multiple personality disorder and also ostensibly mental incompetence. It manifests itself in many ways: from simple mood changes and mental conflicts to all types of neurosis, dementia, hysteria, epilepsy, depression, kleptomania, idiocy, religious or suicidal paranoia, amnesia, sexual deviation, cruelty, and other issues. Evil ghosts try to harm a person's health, feelings and businesses. They take away the joy of living and replace it with a desire to end one's life.
As if that was not enough, Steven had started to experience excruciating headaches. Not even painkillers were helping. His job requested he do a CT scan. "Sir, you have a brain tumor," the physician said after reviewing the scan results. "Surgery is the only option. It might not be successful, though, because the tumor is located in a practically inoperable place."
Steven took to the Internet to find another solution, and stumbled on the website of Wanda Pratnicka, an exorcist from Poland. Afer explaining what had happened to him, he quickly received an answer from Wanda's assistant: "Dear Sir: The cause of your suffering is the ghost of your dear friend who committed suicide." Steven did not believe in ghosts. "It's the 21st century and ghosts are kind of absurd," he thought.
Steven did not believe in exorcisms, but he allowed Wanda Pratnicka to engage in leading away the ghost of his friend. The pain went away and he stopped having feelings of fear. "Right away I began to feel calm," Steven says. With his heart in his throat, he went to a neurologist to repeat the CT scan. When the doctor returned with the results, he asked Steven about his original diagnosis. "I was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor," Steven replied. "You must be kidding, sir," the doctor said. "Brain tumors don't just disappear without any sign, but you cannot see any sign here. Everything is just fine."
Steven told Wanda's assistant that his illness had suddenly disappeared. The assistant was not surprised and said, "Steven, you are not the first of Wanda's clients who were cured. When a ghost goes away, suffering disappears as well. Many clients who suffered from cancers and other terminal illnesses, to their doctors' surprise, have regained their health and the will to live."