THE EXORCIST’S HANDBOOK approaches the subject of exorcism in clear, practical, and non-religious terms—with a generous serving of humor. It covers all issues that are important to an exorcist, including various methods of exorcism, death work, the removal of curses, the types of beings an exorcist could possibly encounter, methods of protection, and self maintenance advice for the exorcist.
“A rollicking yet profound guide to one of the thorniest aspects of occultism, spiced with a dose of earthy, no-nonsense wit. It should be read by anyone investigating the inner worlds, whether or not they’re interested in exorcism. I learned a lot from it myself.” —Richard Smoley, author of Inner Christianity and The Dice Game of Shiva
“Exorcism is a topic that immediately leads into a fog of sensational and paranoid religious expressions, in which any direction or clear vision is quickly lost. Josephine McCarthy slices through this fog with a brilliant sword of a book. While McCarthy is con- versant with scholarship on the topic, and knowledgeable regarding many religious, esoteric, and other spiritual traditions, it is her hard-won experience as an exorcist which animates her writing.” —Dr John Plummer, Ph.D, author of The Many Paths of the Independent Sacramental Movement