Before Hollywood A-listers merge forces for the anti-Donald Trump protest on Sunday’s Academy Award Ceremony, another famous personality expressed her sentiments against the U.S. President. However, her dismay doesn’t come with simple commentaries or reverberating remarks - it comes with a magic spell, literally.
Yes, singer Lana Del Rey, who earned the limelight after singing the theme for Disney’s “Maleficent” starring Angelina Jolie, made harrowing tweets about important dates when she and some cauldron of witches around the world will unite to cast a spell that claims to be powerful enough to remove Trump from the White House.
First Spell Against Trump
Even before Lana Del Rey invited fans and fellow anti-Trump activists to join the “spell binding” which will be held on a series of dates following the waning of crescent moon, Michael Hughes, a popular occult writer and practitioner, has already created a binding spell which has set social media firestorm.
Teen Vogue has published a part of Michael Hughes’ spell, which reads "I call upon you to bind Donald J. Trump, so that he may fail utterly. That he may do no harm to any human soul, nor any tree, animal, rock, stream or sea…"
Watch Out For These Dates
Based on the dates tweeted by Lana Del Rey, the spell binding will occur on Feb. 24, March 26, April 24, and May 23.
According to the singer, she found that every music created at present tends to be politically-inclined. She expressed her joy on how much the music “just got really updated.” Furthermore, she added that she likes to talk to the younger audiences she has, and that her music has become more “socially-aware.”
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