#UK Canadian bible camp is under investigation after camp counsellor performed exorcism on teenager #UKnews
A bible counsellor who performed an exorcism on a teenager and posted a YouTube video describing the second the boy began ‘convulsing a bleeding’ is being investigated by Canadian authorities.
Carlos MacIntyre had been working on the Redberry Bible camp as a counsellor in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, in Canada, through the summer time.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police launched a probe into the alleged exorcism which occurred on July 13 after receiving various studies.
A report claims that MacIntyre performed the ‘exorcism’ inside one of many camps cabins, the place two witnesses noticed the boy within the flooring.
The boy was reportedly bleeding from the nostril, making sounds and twitching, with different youngsters sounding the alarm and asking for assist.
It is thought that the boy is round 14, with the camp internet hosting a Junior Teen Camp for teenagers aged 12 to 14 at the moment.
In a submit on his social media, the preacher particulars his earlier points with medicine, porn, and a violent previous.
He stated that he ‘physically abused’ an ex-girlfriend after a ‘drunken cocaine party’, earlier than he discovered God.
Carlos MacIntyre had been working on the Redberry Bible camp as a counsellor in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, in Canada, through the summer time. He posted a video on YouTube describing the second he performed an exorcism on a teenage boy
Redberry is operated by the conservative evangelical Saskatchewan Mennonite Brethren and has been operating since 1943. MacIntyre claims that they approached him to work for them through the summer time
MacIntyre is accused of gathering the campers within the cabin for the ceremony, leaving the boy on the bottom after the ceremony, after which a handing out enterprise playing cards.
It is additionally claimed that he advised the campers that they needed to stay involved with him for the remainder of their lives, as solely he knew how one can train their demons.
Bragging about ‘performing a miracle’ on the boy in a video posted on-line, MacIntyre stated that the boy had been ‘practicing with Ouija’ and ‘drinking human blood’.
He stated that he had beforehand helped the boys recover from witnessing a ‘7 ft. demon’ on the camp, which led them to deliver a good friend to him.
MacIntyre stated: ‘This boy was a precious boy in the sight of God. He had grown up in foster cares and he had grown up just not really experiencing the love that he was supposed to experience.
‘He was possessed he was hearing voices in his head he was seeing angry faces and this was a boy the same age as my precious little brother and I was just so moved.
‘I was able to chat with some other leaders and they gave me permission to bring him with my boys and we would have a time of prayer together.
‘I put my hand on the chest of this boy another hand on his back I looked him in his eyes and I said is it okay if I pray for you.
‘He said yes please I just want this to stop. He was holding back tears. I began to pray in the spirit and the moment I start praying he just starts shaking.
‘He’s shaking his eyes are rolling back in his head, his nose starts bleeding, the lights start flickering. I can tell right away that this is going to be a serious problem.
‘He hits the floor I’m able to brace his fall he’s shaking he’s convulsing he’s growling and at this point I’ve got a room full of boys that are absolutely terrified.
MacIntyre stated that the boy had been ‘practicing with Ouija’ and ‘drinking human blood’ which led him to consider that he was ‘possessed by a number of demons’
‘We were able to focus on the boy that had these demons. I continue to pray, I continue to cast out these demons.
‘I’m just commanding these demons out and there was definitely multiple demons. He’s shaking, he’s growling, he’s looking at me who are you.
‘It is a full-blown demonic possession. I remember looking down at him and I said can you say that Jesus is Lord tell me that Jesus is Lord and he looks up at me no.’
MacIntyre then claims that he grabbed a jug of water, round two liters, and compelled the boy to drink all of it.
He went on: ‘He’s struggling, he is struggling however I get him to lastly drink the water and the second he finishes ingesting all the water the lights flicker another time and there is this stillness.
‘It is my honor to do the will of God, praise him. I did nothing special I was just obedient to doing what the gospel tells us to do and that is to go and do greater things that Jesus himself did.’
The allegations got here to mild after a number of campers alerted their dad and mom to the incident, with some selecting to take away their children from the camp.
MacIntyre claims that Redberry approached him to work for them, but it surely is unclear in the event that they performed a background or social media test.
He claims that the leaders of the camp had been ‘terrified’ of the general public backlash and ‘atheist parents’ in order that they ‘fired’ him.
He stated that he had beforehand helped the boys recover from witnessing a ‘7 ft. demon’ on the camp, which led them to deliver a good friend to him
MacIntyre hit again on the allegations which have been made in opposition to him, branding the investigation as ‘pretend information’ on his social media
MacIntyre then claims that he grabbed a jug of water, round two liters, and compelled the boy to drink all of it as a part of the ‘exorcism’
He added: ‘They said e don’t need you round these youngsters. The method they spoke to me was as if I used to be being accused of assaulting these boys when in actuality these boys had been let loose from demonic oppression and demonic possession.
‘We can’t have you ever casting out demons, we will’t have you ever performing miracles. That messes with the enterprise we’re operating right here.
‘That is when I realized that this was no Ministry at all, this was a business that cared about getting people’s cash.’
Redberry is operated by the conservative evangelical Saskatchewan Mennonite Brethren and has been operating since 1943.
Board chair of the camp Wayne Dick confirmed to CBC that they had been investigating the incident, including: ‘I will tell you that we are investigating the situation… I’m not ready to debate it at this level, I can guarantee you [the worker] is not on the camp.’
MacIntyre has denied that he performed and exorcism or a ceremony, writing on social media: ‘Deliverance took place because a child asked me for prayer!!
‘I NEVER told any child they had to stay in contact with me for the rest of their lives and I NEVER claimed I was the only one who knew how to ward off demons!! FAKE NEWS!!’
When approached by DailyMail.com neither MacIntyre or Redberry Bible Camp responded to a request for remark instantly.