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Witches Hex Kavanaugh, Americans Prepare for Halloween    

  By: David Fiorazo
   Published : October 23, 2018

Last weekend, organizers in New York hosted an event for actual witches to put a hex on Supreme Court Justice, Brett Kavanaugh; the latest in the Halloween movie series made a killing at theaters, and Americans will spend $9 billion this month on the controversial holiday. Why do we have a fascination with the supernatural?

Today’s witches are getting organized. Their Facebook group is 13,000-strong, and since the 2016 presidential election, witches have apparently been casting spells in attempts to “Bind Trump.” Christianity and Judaism regard the practicing of witchcraft, astrology, and the occult as very real and very demonic.

First, it’s obvious the Left has unraveled as some in the #MeToo movement have now joined the radical feminist wing of political activists as we approach Mid-term election season. Since they didn’t get their way in the Kavanaugh ‘Witch Trial’ a few weeks ago, they held a ritual to hex the new Supreme Court Justice.

The spell was livestreamed on Facebook and Instagram on Saturday, and organizers at the Catland occult shop in Brooklyn said the hex was an act of resistance.

Their plan was to place:

“a public hex on Brett Kavanaugh, upon all rapists and the patriarchy at large which emboldens, rewards and protects them,"

A hex on the patriarchy at large? This rebellion against God as Father and Creator denies the natural, divine order of things. The spirituality behind today’s feminism includes the quest for power over men and the goal to overthrow male leadership in society, as well as a belief that every woman possesses an internal god.

New Age proponents teach that Wicca, paganism, and witchcraft are all centered on a religion involving the mystery and sexuality of the female. To accomplish this dominance, they must invoke certain spirits to help destroy the Judeo-Christian religion.

Not surprisingly, the black magic occult ritual aimed at Justice Kavanaugh was also a fundraiser. Organizers said money raised is going to charity, to an LGBTQ youth center, and to Planned Parenthood, America’s richest abortion provider, receiving $545 million in taxpayer funding each year. There’s even a pagan political organization called WitchTheVote that focuses on feminist causes like child sacrifice, uh, I mean, abortion.

Don’t think the spirit behind the abortion industry is evil? Just look up Margaret Sanger and eugenics and watch our expose on #Gosnell from last week.

These emboldened witches have built communities online by attracting followers on by presenting a glorified, softer female face to the Wiccan movement. They now openly practice demonic rituals.

According to Pew Research, the number of Wiccans and pagans in the U.S. has grown to over 1.5 million. From an estimated 8,000 Wiccans in the early 1990s, the number of practitioners jumped to 340,000 in 2008, and today that number is five times higher.

In a Newsweek article five years ago called, “Hexing and Texting,” one college professor admits we’re in the middle of an occult revival, and these kids are not just wearing black lipstick, nail polish, and dark clothes while watching witches hex each other on movie and TV screens; they’re practicing it themselves.

Some young women turn to tarot cards and astrology when things get difficult in life. If only she would turn to the Maker of the stars and read the truths in the living Word instead of tarot cards!

Wicca has effectively repackaged witchcraft by promoting not only spiritual power, but 'free thought' and 'understanding of earth and nature.'" We also cannot ignore the worldwide influence the Harry Potter and Twilight brands have had on witchcraft becoming one of the fastest-growing religion in the U.S.

Just on Amazon, kids can find nearly 2,000 books on witchcraft, and hundreds of websites are dedicated to selling it specifically to children. Millions of public school kids have heard readings from Harry Potter books, watched the movies during class, and have discussed how to cast spells.

From the Harry Potter and Twilight series, children have learned about demons, werewolves, vampires, magic, spell casting, levitation, animal sacrifices, astral projection, crystal gazing, and communing with dead souls.

For decades now, schools have not allowed Christianity to be taught or promoted, even though they accept ideas from and references to:

Atheism, Humanism, evolution, environmental extremism (earth worship), Buddhism, Islam, and of course the religion of Wicca – the practice of witchcraft.

Don’t think Wicca is a religion?

The Church of the Wicca (aka Wiccan Interfaith Council International) describes itself as a “nonprofit religious, educational, and charitable organization” holding a 501(c)(3) status with the federal government as a “church or conventions or association of churches.” That’s right – they’re tax exempt.

Public schools openly discriminate by allowing anything except biblical Christianity. Given current trends toward godlessness in an increasingly postmodern society, the rejection of Christianity continues to leave a void that must be filled with something. Interest in the occult is one of those things.

To add to the disturbing findings, according to Pew, the percentage of people ages 18–29 who "never doubt the existence of God" has fallen to just 67 percent. Ten years ago, it was 81 percent.

Over the past few decades, it is hard to ignore the fascination in America with zombies, vampires, death, the occult, and the supernatural. Witchcraft has gone mainstream; casting spells is cool, black magic is exciting, fortune telling is fun, and killing zombies is sport.

But there’s more. Americans also love their psychics. According to Market Watch, the psychic services industry is now worth approximately $2 billion.

The apostle John tells us every spirit that does not confess Jesus Christ is not from God (1 John 4:3).

The modern spirits behind the ideas, practices, and products of Hollywood and the gaming industry certainly are not acknowledging Jesus as Lord and God. Witchcraft is satanic, and is a counterfeit of the power available to believers through the Holy Spirit.

There are clear warnings in Scripture about everything from astrology and fortune telling to casting spells and sorcery:

There shall not be found among you anyone who makes his son or his daughter pass through the fire, one who uses divination, one who practices witchcraft, or one who interprets omens, or a sorcerer, 11 or one who casts a spell, or a medium, or a spiritist, or one who calls up the dead. 12 For whoever does these things is detestable to the LORD; Deuteronomy 18:10-12

This brings us to Halloween. Does the history behind the holiday matter? Is it harmless or, like witchcraft, is it something we should avoid? Christians in America continue to debate the issue.

The National Retail Federation estimates we’ll spend a whopping $9 billion this Halloween, with $3.2 billion of that being spent on costumes. And forty years after the original Halloween movie came out, the 2018 version just sliced up the box office with a $77 million dollar opening weekend.

Halloween is a combination of pagan superstition and traditions associated with the occult. It was a festival called “Samhain” during which the dead were honored and sacrifices of animals and crops were made. Death is a reality for all mankind and a tragic result of sin; it should not be celebrated.

The Bible teaches that God is light and in Him, there is no darkness at all. Spiritual warfare is not a game, and we need to guard our hearts. Witchcraft is real, and it’s a sad state of our culture that the godless are now open about demonic practices.

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