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Lana Del Rey joins Indonesian shaman in ‘spell bound’ occultism




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It is not the first time a US President is the subject of occultism or attacks by Shamans and in this case by an artist-cum-occultist-witch.

American singer-songwriter whose concert in Manchester was attacked by terrorists, has confirmed that she attempted to do some magic trick on US President Donald Trump.

This was published on http://www.nme.com

Making the revelation, she said “I’m a bit of a mystic at heart.”

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Earlier this year she sparked rumours she wanted to do some witchcraft to get rid of Trump.

She had asked her Twitter followers to gather mysterious ‘ingredients’.

Revealing the ‘plot’ she said in the interview with NME about her love of the occult: “Yeah, I did it. Why not? Look, I do a lot of s**t”.

“I’m in line with Yoko [Ono]and John [Lennon] 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 charges.”

Spell on Bush

In 2006 an Indonesian shaman sparked riot on the Internet when he declared he wanted to do a magic trick on visiting US President George W Bush Jr.

The paranormal ‘priest’ Gendeng Pamungkas became famous in Indonesia when he publicly said he did a sort of witchcraft against Bush, with a spellbound act that, according to him, that reached Bush.

In November 2006, Gendeng took three types of animals – a sheep, crows and snakes as part of the process.

The objective of the witchcraft was to prevent US President George W Bush’s visit to Indonesia or to make him feel uncomfortable when he visited the Bogor Palace in West Java on 20 November 2006.

“I could not swear by the usual charms, that is why I am using the voodoo. I just write v-u-d-u, so Bush will not stay here long,” said Ki Gendeng at the time.

Bush had a very low profile visit, leaving Indonesia in a hush-hush according to records but did not choke on pretzels.

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