Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Yikes! Thousands of actual witches set to cast a spell on President Donald Trump

Was it the President's constant "witch hunt" complaint about the ongoing impeachment circus that set'em off? Or was it some specific policy initiative that has spurred these thousands of prestidigitators to weave their magic?
The ritual calls for the use of an unflattering photo of Trump, a tarot card, a stub of an orange candle, a pin, and a feather. Participants then call on the “heavenly hosts, demons of the infernal realms, and spirits of the ancestors” to bind Trump “so that his malignant works may fail utterly.”
Demons of infernal realms? What infernal realms? There's more than one? This is supposed to happen at midnight on October 25. Of course it is--nothing good
happens when you're out and about after midnight.

Just in time for Halloween, too. The good news is that it's supposed to rain Friday night. That's good because we all know that a wet broom is bad luck--it dampens the spirits.

This is the Gulf Coast. We kinda have history with Voodoo and other dark pagan-like practices. There's actually a website or three that have a complete list of all eyes of newt and tails of oxen components, along with the proper steps and the actual ritual. I'm not linking that schtuff up because some of y'all might be just deranged enough to try it. Not necessarily on our beloved POTUS but maybe on some other poor soul against whom you carry an irrational grudge.

If you're worried, and you're wondering if there might be a way of warding off the spells of those teaming up with infernal realm demons, St. Patrick has you covered. And you thought St. Paddy's Day was just about green beer.

Thumbnail origin for those not old enough to remember is from the Monty Python Holy Grail classic:


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