I am sorry but it really seems like Father Ilia Semiletov has some issues and it is really not a little Satanic girl. The Russian orthodox priest is under review after the shocking videotape below where he is shown violently pushing a little girl into a baptismal font to remove the Satan within her.
Semiletov shoves the girl under the water three times as she screams in terror. He actually struck the girl’s head twice on the font.
One witness said that Semiletov told her that children other than newborns must be “broken” during baptism because “Satan is sitting inside them.”
This broken-but-baptized approach may not persuade the Church court where this controversy is now heading.
Semiletov is a priest at St George’s Convent in Yessentuki, in Russia’s Stavropol region.
16 thoughts on ““Satan Is Sitting Inside Them”: Russian Orthodox Priest Under Review After Violent Baptism”
So ol’ Satan just up and left after three splashes?
Yes, “I told you three times!”
I have to wonder WHO is possed by SATAN????
Perhaps this priest can find employment in the GRU ….
The most disgusting thing is the chuckling from the people watching this poor little girl getting water boarded!
If you have every taught in the lower grades you know this priest is right. Satan is sitting inside every stinking on of them. Every teacher in the world thanks you for your work. 🙂
– Imagine the amount of force this guy would feel required to use if he baptized Diane.😧
Tom Nash – imagine the size of the baptismal font required?
I sincerely hope you are not allowed around children!!!
“The power of Christ compels you!”
He could star in a new movie:
“Priest’s Rapids: The Damned.
Perhaps he was a David Hockney fan and subconsciously drew from his works to perform: A Little Splash; The Splash; and A Bigger Splash.
I would call that extreme cruelty to a small child, that is not a priest, a community or a god I can respect.
There were reasons communists marginalized religion.
Well it was Rat Rod Rosenstein, what the hell was he supposed to do with Satan’s Brother?
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