If you’ve ever received an unwanted text message on your mobile device, this supernatural news from a Polish priest engaged in a supernatural text war with Satan this week is for you.
Father Marian Rajchel began receiving hate messages from a demon that he believes to be Satan himself on his phone after a failed exorcism on a teen, reports the Austrian Times this week.
“Often the owners of mobile phones are not even aware they are being used like this,” he stated. “However in this case it is clear.
The father began receiving hate messages from a demon that he believes to be Satan himself on his phone after a failed exorcism on a teen, reports the Austrian Times this week.
Now spam is always evil in my books, but take it from this Polish priest, Satan himself could be behind those text messages. But how can you tell if a demon like Satan is spamming you? Read on to learn the supernatural signs.
Top 4 Signs Satan is Spamming You
1. Excellent spelling, grammar
Possibly it’s Satan’s well-known pride or perhaps a supernaturally good spellchecker, but when Satan messages you it will be completely without shortcuts.
That’s right expect no LOLs or puking happy faces from this demon, in fact not a single contraction mars his messages to the good Father. No, Satan’s messages read more like, “Shut up preacher. You cannot save yourself. Idiot. You pathetic old preacher.”
2. Perfect Punctuation
Again maybe because Satan is new to using digital technology, he does not subscribe to any modern ideas about punctuation. The text messages received by Father Rajchel are perfectly punctuated.
In particular, Satan’s correct use of the apostrophe is a dead giveaway. Whose really able to use those right anymore?
Satan, thats’ who….
3. His Number Contains telltale digits
Look for repeating numbers, especially 666. Yes I know, it’s a debatable clue with diverse interpretations, but when a demon picks a number, he or she is just like everybody else, looking for something easy to remember.
4. Unwanted Attachments
Although not reported by the Polish priest in regards to his current text chat with Satan, it’s always good to be aware that spammers in general, a supernatural spammers in particular are prone to forwarding unwanted attachments so don’t click on them, whatever you do. Take the example of pop singing demon digger Ariana Grande and just delete any suspicious files.
If you do happen to receive a text message from Satan or any other demonic entity, above all, do not reply. At least until you can locate a qualified textorcist with supernaturally fast thumbs.
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