In a rare event that will be taking place by midnight on March 26, April 24 and May 23, witches, Wiccans, shamans, heremeticists, cunning folk, sorcerers and sorceresses, hoodooists, occultists, magicians, ceremonialists and ritualists will be gathering to cast a spell on America's President, Donald Trump, as the first ritual has been held on February 24.
This is coming after President Trump's proposed plan of tracking down
Ingredients needed to cast the spell on Donald Trump and his supporters include; an unflattering pic of Trump, a tiny orange candle, a Tower tarot card, bowls of water and salt, a pin which is used to carve Trump's name on the candle.
Once these have been gathered, they will then be arranged in a pleasing position along with a feather, a white candle and an ashtray or dish filled with sand.
The witches are also expected to chant; 'I call upon you / To bind / Donald J. Trump / So that he may fail utterly / That he may do no harm/To any human soul.'
The second verse tackles a different issues, with the lines: 'Bind him so that he shall not break our polity / Usurp our liberty / Or fill our minds with hate, confusion, fear, or despair.'
Here's the chant for the spell for Donald Trump's supporters;
'Bind them in chains / Bind their tongues / Bind their works / Bind their wickedness,' sing the women and men, who at this point are told to take the orange candle and light President Trump's pic on fire.
To close things out the phrase 'So mote it be!' is repeated three times and the candle blown out.
It is important that while blowing out the person is 'visualizing Trump blowing apart into dust or ash.'
Witches are also directed to ground themselves after the ritual before disposing of the candle.
It is expected the spell will stop Donald Trump from doing more harm than good and also banish him.
However, some witches are growing concerned as the event draws near, and taking issue with whether or not the binding spell is appropriate, because they do not believe it comes from a place of love.
The United States President is yet to respond to this.