Two Massachusetts women allegedly “tied up, burned and disfigured” a 5-year-old girl during a Haitian Voodoo ritual, The Enterprise reported.The East Bridgewater women told police they performed a voodoo ritual in an attempt to rid the girl of a demon that was making her misbehave, according to the report. One of the women also allegedly threatened to cut off the head of the girl’s 8-year-old brother.Peggy LaBossiere, 51, and her sister, Rachel Hilaire, 40, were arraigned in Brockton District Court and held without bail after pleading not guilty to charges charges of mayhem (permanently disfiguring a child’s face), assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, assault and battery on a child with injury, indecent assault and battery on a child under the age of 14 and threatening to commit a crime (murder), The Enterprise reported.What did they do?At one point in the ritual, LaBossiere allegedly blew flames from a burning stick …
Demand for exorcists “has risen exponentially” in Ireland due to a surge in demonic activity, according to exorcist Father Patrick Collins.
WASHINGTON – The eclectic Burning Man Festival, held annually in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, has chosen for its new centerpiece structure a massive wood temple dedicated to the pagan goddess Gaia, another indication of America’s sprint from the God of Israel and Christianity. This year, organizers will build a massive wooden structure composed of 20 […]
Source: Burning Man goes gaga for Gaia
TRUTH BOMBS: This is the Quote that that hurts so much:Ms “Humphrey, an LGBT women’s officer at Christ’s College”. AT CHRIST’S COLLEGE!!!!! Does she not see how she is a walking contradiction?
ARTICLE: It seemed like a fitting way to end the semester and celebrate the coming summer holidays.
But now organisers of the ‘Solstice’ festival at Trinity Hall, Cambridge find themselves accused of “bastardising” the beliefs of a sect of modern day druids, who claim the soirée amounts to sacrilege.
According to student Georgia Humphrey, a practising Wiccan, the decision to host this year’s May Ball on the eve of the solstice is “offensive” and “gross” because it coincides with a pagan festival.
From organizing mass hexes to setting up witch-themed Etsy stores, the feminist movement and witchcraft are becoming increasingly entwined.
In an article this week, feminist and author Laurie Penny documented the “boom in online occultism” and why feminists are so attracted to witchcraft.
“Days after Donald Trump won the U.S. election, videos of women ‘hexing’ Trump went viral around the world, encouraging budding magical practitioners to burn images of the president-elect to bring his works to ruin,” reported Penny on Wednesday. “Meanwhile, an entire explosive industry of witch-paraphernalia is boiling out of the cauldron of digital consumer culture.”
TRUTH BOMBS: Paganism is alive and wel in the Church of God.
ARTICLE: There was a day, not too long ago, when a church would have been proud to claim George Washington, the first president of the United States and “father of our country,” as one of its first members. That day has passed. At Christ Church of Alexandria, Virginia, where the motto is “All are welcome, no […]
TRUTH BOMBS: THERE ….ARE…. NO……WORDS!!!!!!
Article: The Michelle Obama public library in Long Beach, California, has presented to children who are part of its young readers program a huge array of diversity and “inclusion” agendas. In one shot. It was when Xochi Mochi arrived for a visit. That made the program pro-LGBTQ. And transgender. And drag queen-friendly. And Satanist-approved, with the […]
One of the biggest critics of the after-school Satanist clubs that have been promoted to schools around the country says a club in Tacoma, Washington, was a dismal flop, attracting the interest of only one person, and has been shut down. “Atheists masquerading as a so-called Satanist Temple group” ended an after-school program at Point Defiance Elementary […]
Somewhere in between Lana Del Rey casting hexes on President Trump and Khloe Kardashian hawking zodiac sweatshirts on Instagram, pop culture reached peak witch.In anticipation of 2017, multipletrend forecasting firms predicted that mystical trends — those tapping into fantasy, witchcraft and New Age spirituality — would define the year in fashion. That’s certainly been true on the runway, with dramatic capes and black lace seen time and again in the couture shows in Paris earlier this month; and among the gang of young femalecelebrities who worship at the altar of witchy icon Stevie Nicks. But supernatural style isn’t one singular aesthetic.
As the female-run media site The Establishmentnotes, there are many archetypes of the modern witch, including “goth witches in black maxi dresses and capes, Wiccan girls in flowy boho looks with handfuls of rings and jarred herbs, sea witches with mermaid hair and tattered shipwreck looks, prairie witches in calico dresses magicking tumbleweeds across the dirt, (and) pink-haired mall witches in anime buns and belly shirts.
”All of which is to say — witchy style isn’t one singular aesthetic. But Ruby Warrington, author of Material Girl, Mystical World: The Now Age Guide to a High-Vibe Life, identified the important role social media plays in defining and spreading the trend.”Crystals are particularly popular, as they’re so Instagram-friendly, as are the new breed of highly aesthetic evolved tarot decks,” she told USA TODAY. “I also think the neo-feminist slogan t-shirt trend plays into this, (like) the ‘Up With Witches’ and ‘Patriarchy R.I.P.’ tees from Modern Women Projects, ‘The Future is Female’ by Otherwild, and word artist Amber Ibarreche’s ‘I Only (Expletive) With Goddesses.'”