SW writes: “I had a friend who was into New age religion, but I didn’t know it. . . .She gave me some water from Glastonbury which I took to be like holy water. But I never used it. What is the proper way to get rid of it. Can I just throw it in the trash? Pour it down the drain? Does it need to be exorcised? Please help. I don’t want to keep it.”
Despite the brouhaha on social media about the mass casting of a binding spell on President Donald J. Trump, the event scheduled for Friday night at midnight wasn’t exactly a smashing success.
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Groups of covens, occultists and various other “magical groups” around the country have announced plans for a ritual to take place tonight at midnight which is designed to “bind Donald Trump and all who abet him.”
Bishops in the U.S. are joining their colleagues in Mexico in denouncing what has become one of the fastest growing religious movements in North America – the worship of the fictional folk saint known as La Santa Muerte.
Actress and lifestyle blogger, Gwyneth Paltrow, is coming under fire for relying on the advice of a “medical medium” who makes dangerous health recommendations on her controversial blog.
It’s a well-established fact that most people who get involved in the New Age – which includes many practices founded in the occult – are “dabblers.” They’re just poking around in this or that, looking for a spiritual high, a “connection” to the universe, an escape from reality, a cure for what ails them.
Scientists are continuing to study the phenomenon of near death experiences with their latest research involving an analysis of people who experienced flashbacks from their life as they neared the point of death.
The month of February promises to be a real boon for astrologers who are already making all kinds of outlandish predictions about the impact of this Saturday’s lunar eclipse – and the solar eclipse scheduled for later this month.