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Lana Del Rey Says She Used Witchcraft Aimed at Donald Trump
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25 Jul 2017 04:19 PM EST

-by Laura Tucker, Staff Writer; Image: Lana Del Rey (Image Source: Jaguar Cars via Wikimedia Commons)

Lana Del Rey has let it be known that she is no fan of Donald Trump.

Not only is she refusing to perform in front of the American flag while he's leading the country, but she is also claiming to have used witchcraft against him.

In an interview last week promoting her new album Lust for Life, Del Rey discussed not feeling safe under the current administration and Trump specifically. And because of that, she changed the "visuals" of her tour videos that used to include the American flag waving behind her while she performed.

Now in an additional interview, this time with NME, the singer has admitted to using witchcraft against the President and that she had suggested her fans should join her.

"Yeah, I did it. Why not? Look, I do a lot of sh--," she said.

Originally last February Del Rey had tweeted, "At the stroke of midnight ... Feb 24, March 26, April 24, May 23 ... Ingredients can be found online."

The dates she mentioned in the Twitter post reference the occurrences of the waning crescent moon. Those involved with the occult believe those days are ideal for getting rid of stress and negative energy.

"I'm in line with Yoko [Ono] and John [Lennon] and the belief that there's a power to the vibration of a thought," she explained in the interview. "Your thoughts are very powerful things, and they become words, and words become actions, and actions lead to physical changes."

"I really do believe that words are one of the last forms of magic, and I'm a bit of a mystic at heart," Del Rey revealed.

Her tweet came after she joined a Facebook group of people in the witchcraft community whose intent is to use a "mass spell to bind Trump."

"It's not like people using a voodoo doll or doing a spell to cause harm," insists Michael Hughes, the leader of the Facebook group. "It's meant to bind Trump and the people abetting him, the people in his circle. It's like tying someone up. The spell isn't like punching a Nazi. It's more like taking his bullhorn away, tying him up and smashing his phone so he can't tweet. It's more of a self-defense spell than anything."

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