New Orleans Witch Claims She Cured Cancer Using Black Magic

A self-proclaimed witch from New Orleans, Louisiana, claimed in an interview Thursday that she can cure people of cancer by means of black magic or the "Left Hand Path”— one of the approaches to magic in Western occult, a feat that has reportedly earned her thousands of followers. In an exclusive interview with the Sun, Black…


Witchcraft Against Trump: 'Just Like Saluting the Flag'?

Fox News host Tucker Carlson discussed the supernatural efforts against President Donald Trump on Tuesday evening with Amanda Yates Garcia, the "Oracle of Los Angeles" -- someone who performs monthly rituals and "binding spells" against POTUS. "Binding spells ... are symbolic actions used to harness the powers of the imagination and achieve a tangible result eventually,"…


So, David Meade, a numerologist, is predicting the end-of-the-world this Saturday (Sept 23, 2017). 

He is doing this based on the Bible's Book of Revelations, specifically Revelation 12:1–2, which reads:
A great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet and a crown of twelve stars on her head. She was pregnant and cried out in pain as she was about to give birth.
Meade interprets this passage as referring to the constellation of Virgo, which is often depicted as a woman. Currently, Virgo advances through the sky ahead of the moon, and with the sun. Ahead of the constellation are the nine stars of Leo, along with the planets Mercury, Mars, and Venus. Meade believes these stars and planets are the "crown of twelve stars" in the prophecy.

Fortunately for us, he did back step by saying: "The world is not ending, but the world as we know it is ending" on September 23. "A major part of the world will not be the same the beginning of October."

 I'll get back with you on Sunday to see if the guy was right or wrong. 


'Jesus People' – a movement born from the 'Summer of Love'

By Larry Eskridge, Instructor in HIstory, Wheaton College (Illinois). A crowd at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco celebrates day one of the 'Summer of Love.' AP Photo This year marks the 50th anniversary of the “Summer of Love.” Popular culture remembers the tens of thousands of joyous young hippies that descended upon San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury…


Scare, clowns, scare

The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Thursday, Sept. 14: ——— Confess your greatest phobia: A) Spiders B) Snakes C) Clowns We can't provide help to anyone who chooses icky "A" or wriggling "B," because we don't have space to analyze arachnophobia or ophidiophobia. We're here to discuss your fear of clowns. You are…