- Diseases, Disorders & Conditions
Exorcism of Emily Rose With Epilepsy
Who's true name was Anneliese Michel
Anneliese was born on September 12, 1959 in Germany and died on July 1, 1976 due to dehydration and malnutrition.
It was around 1968 at the age of 17 when she started to have the shaking, tightening, and convulsions of her body. She also began to hear voices and have hallucinations. What is interesting, is that this is also what happens when a person has Temporal Lobe Epilepsy. When Anneliese started to experience these symptoms, her parents took her to a psychiatric hospital in Wusburb. During her stay at the psychiatric hospital, there was a neurologist who diagnosed her with epilepsy.
It has been well documented that Temperal Lobe Epilepsy can cause a person to hear voices as well as have visual hallucinations. I know this because, I have experienced them myself before my surgery for epilepsy. During my surgery, part of my left temperal lobe was removed. Since my surgery, I have not had a seizure, heard a voice, nor have I seen anything that was not there.
However, Anneliese's parent's did not believe the neurologist was correct, mostly because an older woman had told them that Anneliese's real problems were demonic. The older woman told her parents that Anneliese refused to drink or even touch Holy Water, and would not look at a painting of Jesus.
They called an exorcist from a nearby town and he came and decided that Anneliese was possessed. After being denied twice, he was given the right of exorcism. During the time of the exorcism, which took ten months, Anneliese became sicker and weaker. The exorcisms also caused bodily harm. Ligaments in her knees ruptured because she fell to her knees many times during her exorcism. There were also no medical doctors during the time of the exorcism. If there had been medical doctors there during the time of the exorcism she may have lived. Because around the time of Easter Anneliese started to refuse to eat or drink, and her convulsions became much worse. If medical doctors had been there at that time, she could have been force fed or hydrated, and would still be alive today.Anneliese refused to eat because she thought it would help her to get rid of the demons that possessed her. At that time she weighed only 68 pounds.
On July 1, 1976 Anneliese Michel died from dehydration, starvation, as well as pneumonia. After Anneliese's death the priests who had tried to exorcise the demons from her, and her parents were charged with neglegent homicide, and put on trial. All of the accused were found guilty of manslaughter from negligence and sentenced to six months in jail. However, that sentence was suspended and they were given three years of probation.
The film that was made about Anneliese Michel was called The Exorcism Of Emily Rose and was more of a horror film then the truth. I do believe there are demons and people who are possessed by them. In these cases exorcisms must be done. Those cases have been well documented. Just not this one.
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