Witches Set to Bind Trump before Halloween

A week before Halloween, witches numbered in the thousands are set to craft a spell to bind President Trump and his administration on Friday, October 25, 2019. According to The Washington Examiner, “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.'”

I’ve written extensively about the rise of the occult and particularly witches in the United States in The Craft, where I discussed the biggest lie being perpetuated upon our society today—that we have become a secular nation. In reality, we have become a pagan nation. In Your God Is Not My God, I reported on a group of witches in Iowa who conducted a variety of pagan rituals to put a hex on the Stanford rapist, Brock Turner, his father, Dan Turner, and the presiding judge, Aaron Persky in 2016.

In The New Darling: Paganism, I broke down how Wicca, the occult, humanism and New Age religions are all-inclusive and politically correct. These religions coexist in a world where personal sin is not a permanent condition of the human race but a weakness in which one must only tap into his inner god to become his or her higher self.

In today’s secular culture, most people believe that humans are naturally good, which is in stark contrast to how Americans have viewed humanity for hundreds of years. Even popular atheists such as Sam Harris and Douglas Murray, among other big thinkers, have begun to publicly admit that Christian values have benefited western culture and society and improved the human condition.

But the rise in the number of Americans who are practicing non-Christian religions is a fact. According to an October 2019 Pew Research survey, Christianity is decidedly in decline. “The religious landscape of the United States continues to change at a rapid clip. In Pew Research Center telephone surveys conducted in 2018 and 2019, 65% of American adults describe themselves as Christians when asked about their religion, down 12 percentage points over the past decade. Meanwhile, the religiously unaffiliated share of the population, consisting of people who describe their religious identity as atheist, agnostic or ‘nothing in particular,’ now stands at 26%, up from 17% in 2009.”

The report also found that religious “nones” are growing faster among Democrats than Republicans, which highlights more than just a difference in political opinions. Almost all people who do not believe in God or practice a religion, will find a way to channel their innate need for spiritual connection with something or someone outside of God, sometimes in unhealthy ways. It may also explain why many progressives are not disturbed by politicians that lie or the violence of Antifa, provided it brings about their desired “resistance” results.

In The Left’s New Old-Time Religion, I discussed how the elites virtual book burning, social media banning and puritism isn’t new at all, but a way for the left to feel powerful over their destiny by bullying others in a Game of Thrones-like way. Progressive Democrats are employing the same tactics misguided Christians did when they enacted Prohibition or instituted laws banning the sale of alcohol on Sunday. Because they didn’t want Americans to consume alcohol (for the sake of the children), they found a way to use the laws to enforce their beliefs on others.

In the 1980s, Jerry Falwell’s Moral Majority was trying to ban music CDs and virtual games they deemed satanic. And just as the Moral Majority was wrong then, so too is Amazon’s modern book burning, where it blacklists authors or books it finds “hateful” because the Southern Poverty Law Center says it is so.

According to CBN, “Witches have been increasing their political involvement since Trump was elected, casting spells to ‘Bind Trump.’ Last year, the 13,000-member Facebook group was casting regular spells on Donald Trump. A year ago, a throng of real-life witches was fighting back against the administration by hosting a spell-casting ritual against newly appointed Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in New York.”

Michael Hughes, the author of Magic for the Resistance: Rituals and Spells for Change and the hash tag #MagicResistance, told the Washington Examiner that the call to witches to cast a spell went “immediately viral and just completely exploded” after he posted it on Medium. “Since then, witches have been gathering to cast the spell (Vox writes that there are a 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).”

On Monday, Hughes tweeted a reminder to his pagan followers to participate in the upcoming spell binding of President Trump:

One thing that has become clear is that, although many progressive Democrats do not believe in a Christian God, they most certainly believe in pagan gods. The left isn’t bereft of spirituality, it’s steeped in it. Recall how the WikiLeaks data dump of DNC emails uncovered an invitation to Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta to join a “spirit cooking dinner.” Podesta was asked by Marina Abramovic to take part in an occult ritual practiced by Satanist Aleister Crowley. This was quickly followed with headlines that Hillary Clinton wanted to practice voodoo on reporters who didn’t like her.

Not to be left out of the party, Sally Quinn, a former Washington Post gossip reporter and socialite, declared that she, too, practiced witchcraft. Quinn, who married Post editor and cultural powerhouse Ben Bradlee, bragged that she hexed her foes and was directly responsible for the deaths of three of her enemies. And in the fast-changing digital news cycle, it’s easy to forget this year’s headlines and the 1996 tell-all book penned by Bradlee that exposed the former First Lady Hillary Clinton’s long and serious relationship with New Age guru Jean Houston. Houston purportedly spent a lot of time in the White House and taught Clinton to use guided imagery to conduct conversations with Eleanor Roosevelt and Mahatma Ghandi. In other words, Clinton was speaking to dead people in the very seat of U.S. power and privilege.

The late Jeffrey Epstein, who had close connections to the DNC and the Clintons, erected his own pagan temple of filth to some unknown god. The photos of the temple on James Island raises the creep factor and evil meter on the accused pedophile to a whole new level. It also invites the question of what, exactly, were Epstein and his powerful visitors, such as the Clintons, observing on his secluded and private island. Not only was sex with underage children occurring, but it appears Epstein built a pagan site of worship for his most important visiting dignitaries.

The building features a labyrinth motif out front leading to two gilded gold figures that appear to be Poseidon and Neptune, the Greek and Roman gods of the sea. The building itself features six blue horizontal stripes on each side of its face and one blue vertical stripe above the main door, which is set in the classic masonic arch that is capped with masonry blocks that represent the all-seeing eye. The roof is topped with a gold dome flanked by two enormous bird statutes in gold. Undoubtedly, something or someone was being worshiped in this temple.

Our western, post-modern society has completely eschewed the Christian God of the Bible and the recognition of spiritual entities, choosing instead to believe only in the god of relativity, at least in the public sphere, or to worship ancient pagan gods. Consequently, any knowledge of spiritual forces or how to engage in spiritual battles against pagan gods has been completely erased from the modern collective memory of the sleeping masses. There is an enemy and we can see him embodied in the broken minds and hearts of our youth and the evil and corruption that fills the halls of Capitol Hill. Not all wars are won with guns. #Reignwell