VATICAN APPROVES GHOST SEEKER'S SEANCE
The Vatican for the first time has authorized one of its top
theologians to make contact with the spirit world.
Monsignor Ernesto Pisoni, 56, is spending his days and nights
"walking and talking" with ghosts to find out exactly what's
awaiting us in the afterlife.
The highly respected roman Catholic churchman says his experiences
already have proven:
there is life after death
ghosts not only exist, they walk among the living
Purgatory, a frightful dimension between life and death
where souls are purified before they can enter heaven, really does
await us all.
"the church has always urged us to contact sould, especially
saints, through prayer," Pisoni told Globe. "In my work, I've
gone a step further and tried - successfully - to communicate with
Pisoni, the former editor of the Catholic newspaper L'Italia and
author of several books on religion, became interested in ghosts
when his brother, who died of a heart attack in Milan, apeared to
him in spirit form.
"After his death, I began meeting him around the city," says
Pisoni. "He said he was moving toward the 'light,' but that he
was being burned by fire and the pain was unrelenting".
"He said the pain was necessary to prepare him for the light, and
from all this, I know he was in prugatory."
Pisoni says his anguished brother "returned" about two months
later, but this time, "he was out of pain and more serene."
The Catholic church doesn't generally approve of seances, so
Pisoni asked and received a "special dispensation" from the
Vatican's College of Cardinals to pursue his study of the spirit
Since then, he has met hundreds of spirits - including those of
great historical figures like Cardinal Barberini, who lived in the
"He spoke in Latin and dictated passages to me," says Pisoni. "I
later compared the style with his earthly writings and they were
Pisoni says one of his most dramatic experiences came from a
spirit who complained that he had been buried in unconsecrated
"He told us his body was buried under the cellar of a very
building we were in." he says. "We went down after the seance
and started hacking at the old floor. Sure enough, we found a
But not all spirits are so even-tempered. "One night a spirit
called Gaston threatened to kill us." says Pisoni.
"furniture started to tremble and pictures and vases smashed to
the floor. He told us he had killed his wife and three doughters
with a hatchet in a drunken rage. I later traced him to France
and found that he had been a notorious criminal."
- The Globe-
At first this story sems so absurd that it is almost humouous.
Actually, it is alarming. It disturbs us that a religious man can
believe - and then propagate - such satanic lies. Worse yet is
that his church sanctions these occultic, satanic investigations.