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Witches Are Doing A 'Group Hex' To Impeach Donald Trump, And Here's How You Can Participate

It seems like Donald Trump's list of enemies grows more and more each day.

From political activists, to Trump voters who are now regretting their decision, the Donald seems to have no shortage of opponents.

Even witches hate Donald. That's right, real life practitioners of the occult.

They're banning together to perform a group hex on him this Friday, February 24th, 2017.

Time to amp up the power, people!

Posted by Mass Spell to Bind Donald Trump Feb. 24th on jueves, 23 de febrero de 2017

A mass ritual to bind Trump and all of his supporters until he's removed from office has begun. They even dedicated a Facebook page to the event.

There's probably a lot of you who are reading this and rolling your eyes. And I admit, I was too...but maybe this is a chance to see once and for all if black magic is real?

The history of Wicca documents the rise of the Neopagan religion of Wicca and related witchcraft-based Neopagan religions. Wicca originated in the early twentieth century, when it developed amongst secretive covens in England who were basing their religious beliefs and practices upon what they read of the historical Witch-Cult in the works of such writers as Margaret Murray. It was subsequently popularised in the 1950s by a number of figures, in particular Gerald Gardner, who had been initiated into the Craft – as Wicca is often known – by the New Forest coven in 1939. Gardner's form of Wicca, the Gardnerian tradition, was spread by both him and his followers like the High Priestesses Doreen Valiente, Patricia Crowther and Eleanor Bone into other parts of the British Isles, and also into other, predominantly English-speaking, countries across the world. In the 1960s, new figures arose in Britain who popularised their own forms of the religion, including Robert Cochrane, Sybil Leek and Alex Sanders, and organisations began to be formed to propagate it, such as the Witchcraft Research Association. It was during this decade that the faith was transported to the United States, where it was further adapted into new traditions such as Feri, 1734 and Dianic Wicca in the ensuing decades, and where organisations such as the Covenant of the Goddess were formed.

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If you're interested in joining in on the magical fun, here's what you'll need.

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 Components:
Unflattering photo of Trump (small); see below for one you can print
Tower tarot card (from any deck)
Tiny stub of an orange candle (cheap via Amazon)
Pin or small nail (to inscribe candle)
White candle (any size), representing the element of Fire
Small bowl of water, representing elemental Water
Small bowl of salt, representing elemental Earth
Feather (any), representing the element of Air
Matches or lighter
Ashtray or dish of sand
 Optional:
Piece of pyrite (fool’s gold)
Sulfur
Black thread (for traditional binding variant)
Baby carrot (as substitute for orange candle stub)
 Preparation:
Write “Donald J. Trump” on the orange candle stub with a pin or nail
Arrange other items in a pleasing circle in front of you
Lean the Tower card against something so that it’s standing up (vertically)
Say a prayer for protection and invoke blessing from your preferred spirit or deity. Reading the 23rd Psalm aloud is common in Hoodoo/Conjure/Rootwork traditions. Experienced magicians may perform an appropriate banishing ritual.
Once you've got all that down, you're ready to perform the ritual.
 RITUAL
(v. 2.1)(Light white candle)Hear me, oh spirits
Of Water, Earth, Fire, and Air
Heavenly hosts
Demons of the infernal realms
And spirits of the ancestors(Light inscribed orange candle stub)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
Nor any tree
Animal
Rock
Stream
or SeaBind him so that he shall not break our polity
Usurp our liberty
Or fill our minds with hate, confusion, fear, or despair
And bind, too,
All those who enable his wickedness
And those whose mouths speak his poisonous liesI beseech thee, spirits, bind all of them
As with chains of iron
Bind their malicious tongues
Strike down their towers of vanity(Invert Tower tarot card)I beseech thee in my name
(Say your full name)
In the name of all who walk
Crawl, swim, or fly
Of all the trees, the forests,
Streams, deserts,
Rivers and seas
In the name of Justice
And Liberty
And Love
And Equality
And PeaceBind them in chains
Bind their tongues
Bind their works
Bind their wickedness(Light the small photo of Trump from the flame of the orange candle stub and hold carefully above the ashtray)(Speak the following loudly and with increasing passion as the photo burns to ashes)So mote it be!
So mote it be!
So mote it be!(Blow out orange candle, visualizing Trump blowing apart into dust or ash*)(Pinch or snuff out the white candle, ending the ritual) 
Once you're done, there are some wrap-up maneuvers.
 Grounding and Disposal
Afterward, ground yourself by having a good, hearty laugh, jumping up and down, clapping your hands, stomping your feet, and having a bite to eat. Grounding is very important—don’t neglect it. And remember—he hates people laughing at him.Finally, bury the orange candle stub or discard it at a crossroads or in running water. 

You can learn more about the ritual, along with alternate practices if you really want to curse Trump. Just don't waste it on making his approval numbers drop, because reality is doing a good job of that already.

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