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Thousand of ‘Witches’ Will Cast a ‘Spell’ on President Donald Trump This Weekend

There has been no word as to whether or not 2020 candidate Marianne Williamson will be participating.

The desperation on the part of the Democratic Party has moved beyond egregious and into the realm of the embarrassing.

The left is simply unhinged at this point.  We have violence, thanks to the likes of Antifa.  We have voter bribery thanks to Andrew Yang.  Heck, we even have Hillary Clinton looking likely to make her third appearance in a presidential race in which she has no hope of winning.

And none of these are even the wildest bit of “resistance” this week…

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On October 25th at 11:59 PM, thousands of witches will simultaneously conduct a ritual which is meant to “bind” Donald Trump.  Unlike a “curse” or a “hex”, a “binding spell” is not meant to cause harm.  Rather, the witches hope to prevent President Trump from doing harm to the United States by his actions, and so they actually believe that they are doing something very positive for the country.  But a closer examination of this “binding ritual” reveals some very disturbing details.  For example, those participating in the ritual are instructed to call on “demons of the infernal realms” for help in binding Trump…

 The ritual calls for the use of an unflattering photo of Trump, a tarot card, a stub of an orange candle, a pin, and a feather. Participants then call on the “heavenly hosts, demons of the infernal realms, and spirits of the ancestors” to bind Trump “so that his malignant works may fail utterly.”
If you thought that this was perhaps an isolated affair, with a few dozen covens participating, you would be wrong.

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According to Vox, at this point there are up to 13,000 witchcraft practitioners that are involved in this movement…

Doucette — which is her married name, not her legal name — is one of the “resistance witches,” an at least 13,000-strong umbrella group of internet neo-pagans, Wiccans, solo practitioners who self-identify as “hedge witches,” longtime magical practitioners in various traditions, and committed activists. They’ve come together each month since Trump’s inauguration with one goal: to perform a spell — equal parts quasi-religious ritual and activist performance — to “bind” the president, forming a collective known as the #MagicResistance.

The spell, a variant on a traditional “binding” spell found in many contemporary neo-pagan and other occult practices, involves channeling energy to limit Trump’s power, “so that he may fail utterly/that he may do no harm.” (Practitioners have the option to add, “You’re fired.”)

As of this writing, there has been no official word on whether or not 2020 candidate Marianne Williamson, who once called President Trump a “dark psychic energy”, will be participating.

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