We’ve seen a range of protests against the Trump administration in the past few months, from marches to boycotting certain department stores.
Now the witching community are getting involved and are planning a mass spell to bind Donald Trump.
So, what does it entail? The official Facebook page points us towards a Medium article to give us the skinny on the event.
What’s the point of the spell?
Me: idk man I don't believe in witchcraft News: Witches worldwide are planning to cast a spell on Donald TrumpMe: pic.twitter.com/Ktagd0sJfd
— Arturo Castillo (@ErreDos_DeDos) February 23, 2017
Despite what you might think, the spell isn’t designed to turn Trump into a newt or something like that. Instead, it just wants to prevent him from doing any harm.
It wants to ensure he won’t “usurp our liberty or fill our minds with hate, confusion, fear or despair”.
When will it happen?
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At the stroke of midnight on Friday. The event is using the US Eastern timezone “because that is where Donald Trump lives/ works/plays/tweets/plots the breaking of our government and society”.
This will be the first mass binding of its kind, but there are many other dates in the diary for future spells.
What will you need for the spell?
Witches Plan To Cast Mass Spell Against Donald Trump pic.twitter.com/QyT5iIBZmg
— THOMAS TSELIDES DC (@DeepRiverChiro) February 24, 2017
Actually, quite a lot of stuff. You can see the full list here but make sure you’re armed with everything from an unflattering photo of Trump to a tiny stub of an orange candle.
How does it work?
At the stroke of midnight Feb 24, March 26, April 24, May 23❤️Ingredients can b found online
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