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These witches just won’t quit with casting binding spells on President Trump

Joseph McCormick March 20, 2017
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Witches around the world won’t quit with casting binding spells on President Trump.

A document containing details of a spell was earlier this month circulating on witchcraft forums and social media.

According to a Facebook group for the binding spell event, witches from around the world plan to cast the “largest mass binding spell in history”.

It calls on witches, seasoned and occasional, to “Join the largest mass binding spell in history as participants around the world, individually and in groups, focus their consciousness to prevent Donald Trump from doing harm.”

But after the spell was cast on 24 February, the witches are organising another binding.

The spell will take place on 26 March, Sunday evening.

The document clarifies that binding is different to other types of harmful spells, and simply intends to neutralise Trump’s ability to cause harm, rather than to harm him.

“In this document, binding, which seeks to restrain someone from doing harm, is differentiated from cursing or hexing, which is meant to inflict harm on the target(s). It is understood, in this context, that binding does not generate the potential negative blowback from cursing/hexing/crossing, nor does it harm the caster’s karma.”

Ingredients for the spell include an orange candle with Trump’s name engraved in the side, an unflattering photo of the President and a Tower tarot card.

The instructions include lighting the candle, reciting the spell and then blowing “out orange candle, visualising Trump blowing apart into dust or ash.”

There is an alternate ending which does not require visualising Trump blowing apart.

The spell, in part, beseeches Trump in the name of “Liberty, Love, Equality and Peace.”

Read the full instructions here, if you are down for joining the spell which will take place on 24 February.

Last year, a group of queer witches cast a spell on the self-proclaimed ‘Pharma Bro’, Martin Shkreli, who gouged the price of medications.

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