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20 Oct

Eight women in high hats having tea. They are not a group of witches but the members of the Holy and Undivided Trinity of Castle Rising, Norfolk, England. Ca. 1920. — via Shutterstock

It’s 2015 but US Christians are still blaming witches for mass shootings, tax fraud, and headaches

Writing at the website Charisma, Christian writer Jennifer LeClaire claims that witchcraft is not only behind criminal acts, but is an everyday obstacle to living a happy life.

“Witchcraft releases strong confusion against our minds so that Jesus is not the clear focus of our lives,” she wrote. “Once that happens, we are more vulnerable to the vain imaginations the enemy whispers to our souls. We have a responsibility to know about this spiritual wickedness and guard ourselves against it.”

According to LeClaire, witchcraft is behind things most people would consider the daily grind of being alive.

She lists 8 “clear signs witchcraft is attacking you right now” (see here and here)  that include: confusion, inability to pay attention, a desire to be alone, “forgetting who you really are,” depression, frustration, aches and pains, and exhaustion.

According to Le Claire, she has learned to combat everyday witchcraft, writing:  “Witchcraft doesn’t hit me that way anymore. In fact, I’ve learned to take authority over it, cast down imaginations, be slow to speak and maintain my joy despite the exhaustion, low-grade headaches and burning eyes.”

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Posted by on October 20, 2015 in 'Tain't funny McGee

 

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