Details About How Lana Del Rey Put A HEX On Donald Trump With A Big Group Of Witches

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One more reason to love (or fear) Lana Del Rey.

If by some miracle Donald Trump is removed as president of the United States, we might have Lana Del Rey to thank. 

The singer has apparently been dabbling in witchcraft as a way to get Trump out of the oval. 

In February, Lana tweeted the following cryptic message, which fans mistakenly took to be about her album. 

People were quick to point out that the dates lined up with the "waning crescent moon ritual dates," which are observed by members of an occult planning to cast a "binding ritual" to remove Trump from office. The ritual was supposedly so massive, that it prompted the Christian Nationalist Alliance to try to "out do their magic" with a day of prayer. Bringing us full circle back into the dark ages. 

A representative of Lana's confirmed her tweet was referencing that Anti-Trump witchcraft ritual.

In order to participate in the spell, witches had to gather the following:

  • A Tower tarot card, which represents the end and destruction 
  • An unflattering photograph of the president
  • A small bowl of water
  • A small nail
  • And a "tiny stub of an orange candle

Many of these rituals and casting spells took place this year. See one below:

Participants of the hexing that Lana supported, were calling on spirits to "bind [Trump] so that he shall not […] fill our minds with hate, confusion, fear, or despair."

They plan on continuing these rituals every waning crescent moon — which symbolizes weakening — until Trump "and all who abet him" are out of the White House. 

Just this week, when asked about the spell, Lana did not hesitate. 

“Yeah, I did it," she told NME. "Why not? Look, I do a lot of s**t.”

When asked if she casts any other spells at home, she responded: “I’m in line with Yoko and John and the belief that there’s a power to the vibration of a thought. Your thoughts are very powerful things and they become words, and words become actions, and actions lead to physical changes.”

She went on to talk about video trailer she did for her new album, "Lust For Life," and how words are, in her opinion the last form of magic. 

"I’m a bit of a mystic at heart," she said. "And I’ve seen how I feel about changing those people’s lives and I’ve been on the other side of that as well – on the other side of well-wishes and on the other side of malintent. And I’ve realised how strong you have to be to be; bigger than all of it, even bigger than your own vibrations."

Of course, not everyone is about using witchcraft to out Trump. Rapper Azealia Banks tweeted that Lana and her fans should "leave that motherf--ker alone." 

Her account has since been suspended, but according to NME, she tweeted the following:

“You witches are only going to make Trump stronger. *rolls eye* hashtag. White girl magic.”

She later said: "No shade I will go toe to toe with these white witches because Hillary Clinton losing was a major loss for white feminism.”

Sadly, Lana's magic hasn't worked yet. Maybe a few more spells will do the trick. 

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