In a rather stunning set of articles, Teen Vogue has primed their teenage readers on the benefits of witchcraft in a series of articles grouped under the title “Practical Magic”.

Some of their articles include:

6 Spells to Magically Stop People from Gossiping About You

How to Reconnect With Your Ancestors on Día de los Muertos

How to Use Magic to Ward Off Texts From Your Ex

and “A Witch’s Guide to Self-Love on Valentine’s Day“, among others.

The most offensive article, however, is the one that seems to introduce teens to true dark occult practices, and that involves using menstrual blood in rituals, in this article here:

Menstrual Blood Magic: 3 Spells For Your Period, How to Make Your Menstruation Magical

Those articles are from 2019 and earlier, but they have more recent articles on magic outside of that series, including

January 2021 “What “Fate: The Winx Saga” Gets Right About Magic” subtitled “The TV show nailed this part: practice your magic.” Part of this article discusses the inheritance of “gifts” which Jessie Czebotar has talked about extensively (the genetics of the bloodlines). Another part of the article discusses how to date a magical being, which is getting easier as “our culture is becoming increasingly witch positive”.

In January of 2021 they published “Witches Are Hexing Trump — Again” telling us that “witches are taking to platforms like TikTok and Instagram yet again to maximize their hexing powers”.

In homage to Sex Magic, which Czebotar has also spoken of extensively, Teen Vogue published “13 Best Wand Vibrators 2021 That Will Work Their Magic on You” and

Also, “The Craft: Legacy” Is A Guide to Casting Spells for “Baby Witches” a movie review.

The author of all of these articles, Lisa Stardust, is described as an “astrologer and witch”.

Perhaps not surprisingly, her article “How to Relax: A Witch’s Guide to Calm” was not one teensy tiny bit soothing to me.

It’s not just Teen Vogue, Seventeen magazine hops in on the fun describing ‘Chaos Magic’ in this article on the TV show WandaVision as well as describing a book of spells named the Darkhold. A character named Agatha “uses the book to describe the Scarlet Witch.”

Seventeen also has an article on what the magical creatures called the ‘Burned Ones’ are in an article about Fate: The Winx Saga.

Another teen magazine called All Women Stalk (yes, that’s the actual name) has an article “5 Facts on Magical Spells” that includes sections titled “What materials do you need” and “How to create the Un-natural.”

While I can’t find any outrage articles regarding the exposure to and teaching of witchcraft to children, parents did get outraged by the Teen Vogue article “A Guide to Anal Sex” which apparently didn’t include any safe sex practice tips originally, but a one-liner was added post-outrage. Interestingly, and in an ‘in your face’ kind of manner, the article was tweeted about by Teen Vogue on Christmas Day. Merry Christmas, teens. Anal sex is a practice included in Sex Magick. For younger children in the Illuminati occult, it is said that the practice allows for easier attachment of demons to the child.

Understanding the structure of the Illuminati and their goals and practices has enabled me to see the world through a different lens: they are effectively waging war on all of humanity and any practice that is antithetical to their culture, the main one being Christianity. Our culture is being driven toward acceptance, practice and engagement in the occult as entertainment as well as now, actively encouraging daily practice of witchcraft to young people. I knew parents when I was young who would not let their children watch the TV show Bewitched, but that seems small potatoes compared to what is going on today.

When viewing from the non-occult lens it’s difficult to say that there’s anything bad about reading the Twilight books, for example. But with a bit of inside knowledge, it turns from entertainment to a clever introduction to the occult werewolf protector department. Same with Harry Potter, it can be viewed purely as entertainment, until you understand that the author might be teaching children (and adults) ancient spells. Abracadabra and avada kedavra are both connected to Hebrew words that relate to creation and destruction. Some even claim that they are actual ancient spells. An ex-witch calls Harry Potter “an accurate portrayal of witchcraft.”

This same ex-witch also warns “Illuministic conspirators were bringing forth a one-world religion with a cleverly concealed element of occultism interwoven in its teachings. In order to succeed in bringing witchcraft to the world and thus complete satanic control, an entire generation would have to be induced and taught to think like witches, talk like witches, dress like witches, and act like witches.” It seems the teen magazine scene agrees with her.

The problem with fighting the occult on the culture war front is that everything they present is made so palatable initially, and the gradual increase in intensity, information, and depth happens like a frog boiling in a pot. Fighting it makes you look homophobic, bigoted, intolerant, and any other nasty word that can be thrown at you. The question is, how do we keep ourselves and our children safe from being drawn into their agenda? The only way I can think of at this moment is knowledge. Understanding the agenda is powerful, it gives us back mental control over what we consume in print and screen format.


For references to the use of menstrual blood in occult rituals, see Right on Radio episode 141.
For more information on grooming children in the occult for anal sex see Aquarius Rising Africa episode 13 or Right on Radio episode 19.
For more information on werewolves in the Illuminati system see Aquarius Rising Africa episode 16.


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