Ukrainian witches conjure plan to depose Putin
Ukrainian witches are seeking to hold a special three-step ritual to oust Russian President Vladimir Putin, the UNIAN news agency has reported, citing a statement by a Kiev-based Witch Cauldron esoteric shop.
“On March 31, on the 29th lunar day, the day of corruption and curses, we, the witches of Ukraine, in collaboration with foreign partners, will perform a ritual of punishing the enemy of the Ukrainian people – Vladimir Putin,” the statement posted on Instagram reads.
The ritual will be performed in three phases, with the first scheduled to happen at Ukraine’s “place of power,” the witches stated, apparently referring to the Bald Mountain outside Kiev. So far, some 13 sorceresses have expressed willingness to take part in the anti-Putin coven. The second event is set to be held in an unspecified “Slavic country” in cooperation with “foreign colleagues.” The ritual is expected to conclude with the creation of a “stone sack” for Russia’s president, who will supposedly face “isolation, ousting from power and loss of support from the inner circle.”
While the witches did not specify when exactly the ritual was expected to take effect, their plans have already apparently run into certain issues. In a subsequent Instagram statement, the witches admitted that their “enemy” has a “strong protection” and the ritual could ultimately backfire and harm those partaking. Still, the witches have reiterated their resolve to perform it, insisting that they “know what they are doing.”
“Our rite has been developed by a team of serious practitioners from day one. We are ready. We did a lot of preparatory work, breaking through the defenses of enemies, carefully planning and selecting rituals,” the witches claimed.
The looming esoteric assault on Russia’s president comes amid the large-scale military attack launched by Moscow last month, following a seven-year standoff over Kiev’s failure to implement the terms of the Minsk agreements. They were designed to end the conflict with the breakaway regions of Donetsk and Lugansk. Russia, last month, recognized the two as independent states.
Russia demands that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country that will never join the US-led NATO military bloc. Kiev insists the Russian offensive was completely unprovoked and has denied claims it was planning to retake the two Donbass republics by force.