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Black magic goes up in flames when we pray.

Witch Craft Failing at Toppling Trump

By —— Bio and Archives--May 24, 2017

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I put a prayer on you, “I-put-a-spell-on-you-Mr-President Diana Wagman. My prayer is not meant to harm you, but only to keep you and thousands of witches from succeeding at their task of spell-binding, through black magic, the President of the United States of America. 

Prayer is so much more powerful than “A Spell to Bind Donald Trump and All Those Who Abet Him” under each waning crescent moon at midnight, and very much worth it.

People who pray, don’t need itty bitty orange candle stubs when speaking directly to the Almighty.  They don’t have to wait for a waning crescent moon because they can pray any hour, night or day.

“I cast a spell on the president. I was not alone. (Diana Wagman, May 23, 2017) “Thousands of witches, believers and people like me all over the world performed “A Spell to Bind Donald Trump and All Those Who Abet Him” under the waning crescent moon last month. It was not meant to physically hurt him, only to keep him from succeeding at his tasks. Now he’s complaining he’s the object of a “witch hunt.” Maybe the spell is working.”

No, Ms. Wagman, it’s not the spell of you witches that’s working.  It’s the demented Democrats and their running dog Mainstream Media that’s doing the witchy work.

“I heard about the incantation from the Oracle of Los Angeles. I’m on her email list and the subject line “Bind Trump, not your breasts” caught my eye. The binding-spell movement started with an article on Medium posted by Michael M. Hughes, a writer and magician. I don’t believe in the devil, but I do believe our country has gone to hell, and I am willing to try anything to save us.” (Diana Wagman)

“I don’t believe in the devil, but I do believe our country has gone to hell”?

How can there be a Hell, Ms. Wagman if there’s no devil?

“But before I lighted my candles, I researched binding spells. I didn’t want to send bad vibes into the universe. There is enough evil in Washington already: Stephen K. Bannon, Stephen Miller, Jeff Sessions. The dark and terrifying have risen.” (Diana Wagman)

Your take on evil people of the world is more than a little one-sided, Ms. Wagman.  Is it only members of the President Donald Trump administration who can be labelled as “evil”?

“I discovered that binding spells are the oldest known variety, way pre-Christian, going back to ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome. Every culture from the Celts to the Tibetans had them. Everywhere and always, they were cast not to harm but to impede.” (Diana Wagman)

The pre-Christian binding spells in every culture from the Celts to the Tibetans did diddly squat to stop King Herod, Hitler and in more modern times, the butchery of innocents by Islamist terrorism.

Sitting down with orange candles or carrots to burn “unattractive” pictures of President Trump and putting hexes and poxes on the houses of “all those who abet him” will never bring the Democrats back from exile.

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Some of the variants of the witches’ spell include one suggesting to use one of Trump’s most famous catchphrases against him are more ludicrous than magic:

“…At the end, a grounding exercise is recommended, including “a good, hearty laugh” because “remember – he hates people laughing at him.” (Fox News)

“In place of ‘So mote it be,’ instead say, ‘You’re fired!’ with increasing vehemence,” the Facebook instructions say. “This should be particularly beautiful as the flames consume his image”, is more ludicrous than it is magic.

There’s no might in the spite of witches and wishing ill on others is self-corrosive.

Meanwhile, as witches continue to wait for the once-a-month beauty of flames licking the image of President Trump, Christians continue to pray for him each and every day.

Black magic goes up in flames when we pray.






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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com.

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