[ Mail Online] An exorcist has condemned a children’s book that encourages youngsters to ‘summon demons’ to help with chores and homework.
A Children’s Book of Demons, published in the US and aimed at five to ten year olds, contains symbols to ‘call up’ colourful characters that are also aimed at helping them get rid of bullies and eating their dinner, by transforming it into a plate of cookies.
However, in a bizarre twist, the President of the International Association of Exorcists Father Francesco Bamonte, has blasted the literary work as putting children ‘at risk of bringing demons into their home’ and proposing satanism as ‘a normal alternative to other religions’.
The Roman Catholic priest said in a statement last week: ‘You don’t mess around with demons. Whoever invites a child to summon a demon is like a person who puts a grenade in their hands to play with.
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