Christians whom are part of the group that oppose President Donald Trump should now be weary that witches are now on their side. Read story Below……
- Witches protested Donald Trump at midnight on Friday by casting a spell on him
- Only a handful of people gathered outside Trump Tower in New York
- Men and women worldwide had pledged to cast a spell under the crescent moon
- Singer Lana Del Ray had earlier tweeted a photo of herself saying: ‘At the stroke of midnight Feb 24… the ingredients could be found online’
- Twitter was flooded with photos of witches posting photos of their spell set up
There was much fanfare when witches across the world – and singer Lana Del Rey – pledged to stand together and cast a spell on President Donald Trump on Friday night.
But it seems the self-proclaimed witches gathered outside Trump Tower in New York couldn’t conjure up much of a crowd.
There was only a handful of people gathered outside the president’s Manhattan Midtown penthouse as witches worldwide prepared to cast a magic spell at midnight.
Men and women had pledged to cast spells under the crescent moon in a bid to stop Trump from doing harm while also possibly banishing him from office.
Witches gathered outside Donald Trump’s New York penthouse on Friday night to hex the president at midnight
The first one was scheduled for Friday night and is set to be followed by similar spells cast on March 26, April 24 and May 23.
While the New York turnout may not have lived up to the hype, social media was flooded with photos of witches posting photos of their set up, with many using the hashtags #bindtrump and #feb24.
Lana del Rey had earlier tweeted a photo of herself with the caption: ‘At the stroke of midnight Feb 24, March 26, April 24, May 23… Ingredients can b found online.’
Her tweet appeared to be referencing the spell being shared by the witchcraft community online as they prepared to hex Trump.
Instructions on how to carry out the binding spell went viral earlier in the week and a Facebook group titled Bind Trump was set up designed to answer people’s questions.
A number of witches set up (above) outside Trump Tower to cast a spell on the president
Two women read the incantation from their iPhone as they hexed Trump
A handful of people gathered outside Trump Tower in New York on Friday night as witches worldwide prepared to cast a spell over the president at midnight
Several women lit candles as they chanted outside Trump Tower
It seemed the witches gathered outside Trump Tower in New York couldn’t quite conjure up much of a crowd
Witches cast spells on Trump Tower and the president in a bid to stop Trump from doing harm
Among the objects required to complete the spell was an unflattering photo of Trump, a tiny orange candle, a Tower tarot card and bowls of water and salt.
A pin, which is used to carve Trump’s name on the candle, was also required.
The instructions stated that the items should be arranged around the individual in a pleasing position along with a feather, a white candle and an ashtray or dish filled with sand.
From there, a prayer for protection was to be said by all participants before they launched into the chant, which was allegedly created by a member of a private magical order.
In one refrain, the witches were to chant: ‘I call upon you / To bind / Donald J. Trump / So that he may fail utterly / That he may do no harm/To any human soul.’
The second verse tackled a different issues, with the lines: ‘Bind him so that he shall not break our polity / Usurp our liberty / Or fill our minds with hate, confusion, fear, or despair.’
Young and beautiful and Wiccan: Witches will protest President Donald Trump on Friday at midnight by casting a spell under the crescent moon (Lana Del Rey promoting the event on Twitter above)
Get the details: Del Rey shared a link to where the instructions for the spell could be found on her Twitter account (above)
At the altar: The purpose of the binding spell is to stop President Trump from doing harm and banish him from office (One person’s set-up for Friday night above)
Gathering the goods: Among the objects required to complete this spell are an unflattering photo of Trump, a tiny orange candle (artwork on flyer post on the official page of the event)
Culled from DailyMail