For those of you who thought feminism and progressivism was the worst challenge young women have to deal with, think again. There is a growing trend across America, luring in young women and telling them they can be empowered and guided if they just embrace it.
What is it?
A perfect example is Bri Luna of Seattle, whose Instagram has over 470,000 followers.
“It is time for us to awaken and tap into the deepest parts of ourselves,” Bri says.
Translation? “Hi, I’m a crazy witch liberal and I worship the devil.”
Why is Witchcraft Growing?
Witchcraft is growing because this country and its young people are going to Hell in a handbasket. Did you really need me to tell you that?
Church attendance is down, families are broken, people are hooked on porn and drugs, and liberal ideas infest our media, education and government.
We are in a social crisis. Need proof? There are almost seven million hashtags on Instagram that say #witchesofinstagram. Now tell me that it’s just a fun trend or a few weird girls howling at the moon.
It’s not fun, it’s not OK and it’s very concerning to those of us who don’t particularly want to live in a society full of Satan-worshipping witches.
Guys, please trust the people you bring into your circle. Last night 2 of my closest friends admitted to practising witchcraft on my other friends and I.
— joey bada$$ stan☁️ (@olwethuuuuuuu) May 18, 2021
Here’s what witches and “Wiccans” will tell you:
They’re about peace and love, they’re about “Mother Nature” and reconnecting with its natural cycles; they’re about escaping the “oppressive narrative” and structure of organized religion and “patriarchal belief systems.”
Here’s what they won’t tell you: witchcraft is evil and worshipping nature, nature spirits, the Moon, Lucifer and whoever else is a very bad idea if you value your soul and want to spend your life in a worthwhile way.
Witchcraft: not even once.
I tried witchcraft, then I tried Jesus and never went back.
— ally yarid (@allyyarid) May 16, 2021
‘Hexing the Patriarchy’
Remember 2019? A nutjob “witch” called Ariel Gore put out a book called Hexing the Patriarchy: 26 Potions, Spells and Magical Elixirs to Embolden the Resistance, all about trying to wish for Trump’s death and bring evil down on Christians and conservatives.
It sold extremely rapidly and the idea of being a “witch” has gone from being a curiosity or strange historical anomaly to being a genuinely popular idea among young American women.
And not just on Halloween.
Ladies! Forget the return of low rise jeans and get on these hot new Spring trends!
– pet owls who do your bidding
– pockets that can fit a battle axe
– breathing fire
– smashing the patriarchy
— The Volatile Mermaid (@OhNoSheTwitnt) February 10, 2020
It’s creepy and it’s a big sign of how destroyed families are that they’re letting their daughters out to dabble in the occult. At least liberals used to have some basic standards back in the day; now, many of them can’t even keep their own daughters from spreading curses or getting involved in weird black magic rituals.
Europe in the Middle Ages saw a lot of women killed for being falsely accused of witchcraft. That’s not right and it’s evil. That doesn’t mean that making actual witchcraft into a trend and fashionable practice today is normal or healthy; it’s definitely not.