A strong aversion toward scripture reading and prayer (especially one on one).
A dark countenance (steely or hollow look in eyes – contraction of the pupils – sometimes facial features contort or change – often an inability to look at your directly.
Lying, exaggerating, or stealing compulsively (often wondering why).
Drug abuse (especially when there is demonic hallucinations).
Eating obsessions – bulimia, anorexia nervosa.
Compulsive sexual sins (especially perversions).
Irrational laughter or crying.
Irrational violence – compulsion to hurt self and/or someone else.
Sudden speaking of a language not previously known (often an ethnic language of ancestors).
Reactions to the name and blood of Jesus Christ (verbally or through body language).
Extreme restlessness (especially in a spiritual environment).
Uncontrollable cutting and mocking tongue.
Vulgar language and actions.
Loss of time (from minutes to hours – ending up someplace, not knowing how you got there – regularly doing things of which there is no memory).
Extreme sleepiness around spiritual things.
Demonstration of extraordinary abilities (either ESP or Telekinesis).
Voices are heard in the mind (they mock, intimidate, accuse, threaten or bargain).
Voice – refers to him/her in the third person.
Supernatural experiences – hauntings, movement or disappearance of objects, and other strange manifestations.
Seizures (too long and/or too regular).
Pain (without justifiable explanation – especially in head and/or stomach).
Physical ailments can often be alleviated immediately by a command of spiritual authority (i.e. epileptic seizure, asthma attacks, various pains).
Sudden interference with bodily functions (temporary) – buzzing in ears, inability to speak or hear, sudden severe headache, hypersensitivity in hearing or touch, sudden chills or overwhelming heat in body, numbness in arms or legs, temporary paralysis.
Note: A few symptoms may not indicate demonic oppression…but these are very common symptoms for those under demonic attack.. After all there is really nothing to lose by doing so, except one’s pride. When in doubt … cast them out!