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To prevent further disaster, destruction and death there must be an exorcism of the genius loci that became the god of Carlisle.


The stone of curses must be removed from display. It must be destroyed. Alternatively it could be removed and broken and returned in pieces, a suggestion first floated by Rev’d Kevin Davies in 2001. A better option is to replace the stone of curses with a Boulder of Blessings.


There must be an exorcism of the curse by someone with the authority and faith to confront the forces of darkness. The present Archbishop of Glasgow could be a possibility since it was a predecessor who composed the curse.


Jesus said, ‘love your enemy and bless and do not curse’.

The responsibility is with the Carlisle City Councillors and the Church leaders, but primarily with the Church leaders. The offence to God was given in Carlisle and the offence remains and must be undone. The book explains in detail the what and the why.




.. our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.

Book of Ephesians 6:12