Incredible how far this liberal singer is willing to go to remove Trump
If you’ve watched any of the awards shows this season, then you’ve been subjected to your fill of anti-Trump rhetoric from the Hollywood elite. But this is absurd…
It’s no secret that liberals everywhere hate Donald Trump.
But now, in a truly desperate attempt to bypass the democratic process and forcefully impose their reality on the rest of us, at least one high-profile pop musician is trying new strategies.
She’s turning to witchcraft.
Specifically, Lana Del Rey, who rose to fame in 2011 with her song “Video Games,” recently tweeted a cryptic message that referred to performing occultic rituals. The Rolling Stone reports:
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On Thursday, Del Rey mysteriously tweeted, “At the stroke of midnight Feb 24, March 26, April 24, May 23. Ingredients can b found online.” While early speculation wondered whether the tweet had something to do with her upcoming LP, those four dates aligned with the lunar calendar’s “waning crescent moon ritual dates.”
Occultists noted that, on those four dates, practitioners of witchcraft would congregate for a mass ritual that would with the hope that their efforts resulted in Donald Trump’s removal from the Oval Office.
There’s even a Facebook group dedicated to “binding Trump.”
In witchcraft, sometimes referred to as the Wiccan religion, the different phases of the moon are supposed to bring about different magical effects. According to various Wiccan sources, the waning moon is the time to let go and clear away problems in your life and evil from the world. To do that, you should cast banishing spells against everything from your enemies to illness.
Liberals are taking advantage of the waning moon and casting banishing spells on Donald Trump.
People have been turning to magic for a long time. King Saul turned to the occult in the last days of his life in order to figure out how to defeat the Philistines. He turned to the witch of Endor and asked her to summon spirit the spirit of a dead man: the prophet Samuel (1 Sam. 28:3-25).
God explicitly forbade this kind of behavior (Deut. 18:10-11).
Saul turned to witchcraft when God stopped communicating with him. God turned his back on Saul because Saul had continuously disobeyed him. So, He ripped the kingdom from Saul and gave it to David, a man after God’s own heart.
People turn to the occult when they lose faith in reality. They begin to doubt that there’s any logical link between cause-and-effect, so they turn instead to mystical forces of nature. Witchcraft is an attempt to manipulate the cosmos by tampering with the hidden levers of reality.
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Christianity teaches that cause-and-effect in the universe is predictable. It’s predictable because God is in control, sustaining all of creation with his loving providence. He ensures that reality operates in predictable ways so that people can work together to build societies, be fruitful, and multiply.
But when people lose faith in God, they begin to lose faith in the coherence of reality and nature. As an entire culture begins to lose faith in the orderliness of nature, more and more people begin turning to the occult.
Alternatives like witchcraft promise hope to people. It’s the hope that they will be able to exert their declining influence on the world.
So, they turn to these alternative sources of power.
With the surprise election of Donald Trump, liberalism experienced a serious setback. It became obvious that Trump rallied the votes of people who were sick of the liberal message. His election has sent liberals into despair. They are losing hope in their religion of power: politics.
Some are beginning to see that politics is a false god whose power is failing. So, they are beginning to turn towards alternate sources of power to accomplish their goals.
In the case of Lana Del Rey and her ilk, it’s witchcraft.
They’d better be cautious because they might get more than they bargain for. As is always the case when playing with fire, they could get burned.