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Roy Doyle wrote:

Hi, guys —

I have a few questions about demonic oppressions.

  • If a person is demonically obsessed or possessed and fornicates with a woman, could the demons pass over to the woman, even if it only happened once?
  • Can this happen through other ungodly ties?

Thanks for your time and great work,


  { Could demonic possession pass from one person to another through fornication/intercourse? }

Bob replied:


The answer is yes, demonic possession could pass from one person to another through intercourse which is essentially the two becoming one.

If you have been involved with someone you fear to be under demonic influence, of some sort, you should seek the sacraments of Penance, the Eucharist, and consider fasting as well.

Pray the Rosary and stop fornicating and committing similar sexual sins if you want to be free from the evil that follows.


Bob Kirby

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