Not a Trend, but a Lifestyle
This post is to all those inquiries from people wondering how to become a Demonologist. First, let me ask you to stop before you even get started. Secondly, let me ask you why? I am personally not a Demonologist myself, I am training to be one, but I can surely answer any question you may have regarding this as I went through the same process a little over 2yrs ago.
Becoming a Demonologist is not a trend, it’s a lifestyle. You do not wake up one day or watch a TV show and think hmm…I think I want to be a Demonologist. It does not work that way. To become a Demonologist it is a calling. Not because you have an experience and want to find answers, it’s about the calling from God and the purpose to help those in need through guidance of the Church. When I tell you it is a process, it is by far one of the hardest subjects to tackle. You are always learning, you are always studying, and you are always on the chess board. What do I mean by this?
As soon as you start your study you will be steered off course. Or at least I have been numerous times. It started with a simple message on my computer that is protected more than Fort Knox. My computer is password protected, not even my wife knows my password. I make sure to close all programs when I log off, and I make sure to log off. If I do not, when the screen goes idle it logs me off anyway. I log in to check a few e-mails before bed and Microsoft Word was open with a nice little message. It read, “We know who you are, we know what you do, we are real…” Thinking someone was playing a joke on me I immediately called my wife down to have her explain it. She swore up and down it was not her and even if it was how could she log in? I trust my wife, I did not question her any further. I then tried saving the document and was unable to do so. Growing frustrated I decided to take a screen shot. This too proved impossible. Eventually, I was able to take a screen shot which we have to this day. I immediately contacted my mentor and Religious Demonologist, David G. Scott. I explained what happened and he explained what was happening. From this moment, game on. I received several voice mails from unknown numbers where there was a lot of static and someone on the other end cursing at me, calling me names such as F’n C**ksucker, Motherf**ker, pig, etc. Nobody knows my number and it is not listed. My friends do not even know my number and I highly doubt my family would call and do such things. The point is, I am being tormented day in day out which includes nightmares, personal experiences in my own home and my family is being affected as well. When y0u choose this role, it’s not just you who is in the line of fire, it’s your loved ones as well.
You cannot learn how to become a demonologist through any books, any websites, certification courses, etc. You have to be appointed by the church. You have to go through rigorous training that is comparable to earning your Masters in college. You have to take your basic courses such as Systematic Theology, Biology, Anatomy and those are your basic courses! It’s not easy or for the impatient. Also, by church law you cannot become a Lay Demonologist until you are 25 yrs of age and a Religious Demonologist until you are 30. On average it takes between 4-8yrs of study to complete and this is dependent on your progress, it could take longer. If your mentor feels you are not ready, you aren’t ready.
So if you want to be a demonologist think of the following:
Do I have 4-8yrs to devote my life to studying the field that is strictly a volunteer (although a true calling) position?
Am I ready to put not only myself but my loved ones in harms way? This is not your decision alone. You have to talk with your family, friends, etc. You have to let them know of the dangers of this field.
Am I mentally and physically prepared for an ongoing war?
Does my church recognize what I plan on doing and support me? If not, you need the backing of a church. You cannot do this without it.
If you do not have faith, stop wasting your time. Your ego will not help you.