Consecration Vows
To Unknown Spiritual Entities

Consecration Vows to Unknown Entities

The spiritual entities that have been operating behind false apparition sites have made numerous requests from their followers. Not only do these demonic entities desire more prayer devotions, but they also want their victims to make agreements with them so that they can acquire more power.

These agreements come in many different forms like vows of suffering in which their followers offer themselves up as “victim souls.” Among the most dangerous vows is one in which victims sell their souls to these demonic entities as their possession and property. Many of these vows appear to have the Church’s approval, but they are dangerous because demons can operate under any name and title they choose.

One of the vows reads as follows:

“O Immaculata, Queen of Heaven and earth, refuge of sinners and our most loving Mother, God has willed to entrust the entire order of mercy to you. I, (name), a repentant sinner, cast myself at your feet, humbly imploring you to take me with all that I am and have, wholly to yourself as your possession and property. Please make of me, of all my powers of soul and body, of my whole life, death and eternity, whatever most pleases you.”1

Anyone who prays this prayer (whether aware of it or not) is making an agreement in the spiritual realm with an entity called the Immaculata. In the words of this prayer, the person is consecrating himself or herself as possession and property. After this agreement has been made, this entity will have the right to dispose of this person’s life, powers, body, soul, and eternity in any way it pleases.

The Saint Louis de Montfort consecration vow reads as follows: “Hail, 0 Queen of Heaven and earth, to whose empire everything is subject which is under God. Hail, 0 sure refuge of sinners, whose mercy fails no one. Hear the desires which I have of the Divine Wisdom; and for that end receive the vows and offerings which in my lowliness I present to thee...

“In the presence of all the heavenly court I choose thee this day for my Mother and Mistress. I deliver and consecrate to thee, as thy slave, my body and soul, my goods, both interior and exterior, and even the value of all my good actions, past, present and future; leaving to thee the entire and full right of disposing of me, and all that belongs to me, without exception, according to thy good pleasure...”2

These vows are dangerous because the devil can operate under any name and title he wants, especially when the vows have been made at false apparition sites. Satan can assign religious-sounding names to his vast army of fallen angels, including the name of Mary, Queen of Heaven, and the Immaculata.

It is questionable why anyone would want to consecrate himself or herself to any entity other than the Blessed Trinity. According to the Catechism, “From the beginning of Christian history, the assertion of Christ’s lordship over the world and over history has implicitly recognized that man should not submit his personal freedom in an absolute manner to any earthly power, but only to God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.”3

"It is right and just to entrust oneself wholly to God and to believe absolutely what he says. It would be futile and false to place such faith in a creature.”4

If you have made suffering vows or consecration prayers to spiritual entities who have been operating behind false apparition sites, it will be necessary to break those agreements in the name, power, and authority of Jesus.


Consecration Vows to Unknown Entities




  1. MI Consecration Prayer:
  2. St. Louis de Montfort Consecration:
  3. Catechism of the Catholic Church 450; Cf. Rev 11:15; Mk 12:17; Acts 5:29. Excerpts from the English translation of the Catechism of the Catholic Church for use in the United States of America, © 1994, United States Catholic Conference, Inc.—Libreria Editrice Vaticana. English translation of the Catechism of the Catholic Church: Modifications from the Editio Typica copyright © 1997, United States Catholic Conference, Inc.—Libreria Editrice Vaticana. Used with permission.
  4. Catechism of the Catholic Church 150; Cf. Jer 17:5–6; Ps 40:5; 146:3–4.
  5. The Queen of Heaven is also a title for Isis and the demonic entities who were operating in Jeremiah 44.