|The key to an exorcism|
is jazz hands.
Let’s say you get possessed by a demon, a priest is called and does an exorcism on you and frees the demon. You can’t be immune from demonic possession for the rest of your life after that. You must still be able to be possessed again. So when that happens is there a special name for that? Would they call that repossession? -- Hanna from Raleigh, North Carolina
No, if it was repossession then instead of a demon they’d be possessed by a repo man. Also, I don’t think you can get possessed more than once. I’d assume that once a demon was vanquished from your soul it would leave an aftertaste behind that other demons would note in the future. Maybe the ghost of a dead repo man could re-possess a soul. However I think that would only happen if the target of the soul possession had given their soul as collateral in a deal with the devil. Then the demons could take back the soul using right of possession without invoking court proceedings. In this case Satan might place a lien on the soul to encumber the soul over time. In that case an equitable lien might be put in place to allow subrogation by the possessed. In these complex situations you usually need a priest and a lawyer to achieve a proper remedy.
Send your questions to PizzaTesticles@yahoo.com