The effects of tattoos

Father Gabriele Amorth declared that, in exorcisms, the devil repeatedly confesses, through the mouths of the possessed, that whatever the subject of the tattoo is, it influences the tattooed person in a real and continuous way.

Tattooing is a true indirect consecration to Satan. Whoever gets tattooed runs the risk of entering into unspeakable pains, dark and depressive moments, as well as spells.

The tattooed person, therefore, allows the devil to have influence over him. Many problems with depression, alcoholism, drugs and, more often, appear right after getting a tattoo. 

This speech could also be taken lightly by many and unfortunately also by many priests, but the real contradiction is that Anton La Vey, founder of the church of satan in America, publicly confesses (in the book Modern Primitives) the said, admitting that behind every tattoo (whether a flower or a dragon) there is Satanism in fact. 

A priest of Satan has the obligation to consecrate himself with the tattoo. When instead you tattoo angels, faces of saints, images of Jesus or Mary, God is offended twice, it is not a speech to laugh. 

In many exorcisms, the conscious possessed during the rite said they felt a tremendous fire burning right on the skin where they were tattooed. A single tattoo is enough to run the risk of possession disorders as shown by the numerous cases studied by exorcists. 

Among other things, tribal tattoos contain the 666, the number of the antichrist. So, if you decide to get a tattoo, remember that while man looks at the outward appearance, God looks at the heart. 

My advice is not to get a tattoo and not to have it removed if you have already done so, but to go to an exorcist priest, available in the diocese to which you belong, and have your tattooed skin blessed.

Now no one will be able to say: "I did not know". Faith in God is not a game and Satan takes advantage of our ignorance to act upon us. Throughout the Bible, God is also very clear on this point: "my people perish for lack of knowledge". (Hosea; 4-6)