Amanda Yates Garcia also known as the Oracle of LA has an impressive list of clients, including A list celebrities. She earns her living from her craft, and performs public rituals.
Garcia was the daughter of a witch, who has spent her early adulthood in Dance Theatre, before graduating in Writing and Film and Video from Cal Arts. She also spent some time working in the sex industry.
However, as her public rituals became more popular she was able to make a career for herself with her witchcraft.
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At the time of the waning moon witches across the nation come together to cast binding spells against President Trump. The “Resistance Witches” are in their thousands, and the meet online to form a community and cast their spells.
The Resistance’s New York moderator even takes her magic out onto the streets: castings her spells outside Trump Tower.
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The Supreme Court will decide its first set of LGBT rights cases following Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement. Kennedy was the architect of the high court’s gay rights jurisprudence.
The justices announced Monday that they will hear three cases asking whether a federal anti-bias law covers gay, lesbian, and transgender workers.
All three disputes involve gay or transgender employees who say they were terminated due to unlawful sex-stereotyping.
The Court’s decision to hear the Title VII disputes marks the first time in the modern period that the justices will hear a LGBT rights case without retired Justice Anthony Kennedy, who shaped the nation’s gay rights jurisprudence. Beginning in 1996, Kennedy wrote decisions striking down state laws barring local governments from recognizing gays as a protected class, state bans on sodomy, and the federal Defense of Marriage Act.
Kennedy’s work reached its apex in 2015 when he wrote the majority opinion in Obergefell v. Hodges, establishing same-sex marriage across the country.
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act bans employment discrimination based on sex. Between 1979 and 2018 eight federal appeals courts have rejected arguments that Title VII’s ban on sex discrimination reaches gays, lesbians, or trans people.
The New York dispute involved a gay skydiving instructor called Donald Zarda who was terminated from Altitude Express Inc. after disclosing his sexual orientation to a client. The client claims that Zarda inappropriately touched her, and that Zarda promptly shared his orientation to assuage her concerns. In turn, Zarda sued the company, arguing his dismissal was motivated by animus in violation of Title VII.
Though a federal trial court dismissed Zarda’s claim, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in his favor. Zarda has since died in a BASE jumping incident.
The Michigan dispute involves a Christian funeral home director called Thomas Rost who fired a transgender employee, Aimee Stephens. Rost dismissed Stephens for failing to abide by the company dress code, which requires male employees to wear suits. Stephens identifies as a woman.
A JAPANESE robot has been created to preach the teachings of Buddha in colloquial language at the Kodaiji Temple in the ancient city of Kyoto.
he humanoid robot is modeled after Kannon Bodhisattva, the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy. The robot’s name is Mindar and it gave its first speech on the Heart Sutra, a key scripture in Buddhist teaching. The Japan Times reported that the teachings spoken by the robot offer a path to “overcome all fear, destroy all wrong perceptions and realise perfect nirvana.”
…The bill allows women to get abortions up to the day of the babies birthday.
The law also … allows licensed nurse practitioners, physician assistants and licensed midwives to conduct abortions…
Witchcraft is powerful, according to Bracciale, because of the “intersectionality of feminism, sexuality, gender, the fight for freedom, eschewing the patriarchy and having sort of a vitriolic response towards it”.
Witchcraft “has a ton of roots in Christianity”, the Brooklyn witch says. Indeed, in Bracciale’s view, the Bible is a spell book, particularly the Book of Psalms.
Witchcraft is thriving in the US, with an estimated 1.5 million Americans now identifying as witches – more than the total number of Presbyterians. As Christianity declines across the country, paganism has swung to the mainstream, with witchcraft paraphernalia for sale on every high street and practises normalised across popular culture. In the past two years, it has also become darkly politicised.
Dakota Bracciale, a 29-year-old transgender/queer witch and co-owner of Catland Books and witch shop in Brooklyn, is pleased with the outcome of the ritual hex placed on US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh in October. The curse, carried out from Catland Books, was well attended by witches, atheists ad humanists – and was followed around the country on social media.
“When he points at the press in the back of the room and calls them the enemy of the people, that is wrong,” Fox News host Martha MacCallum said of the president. | Reena Flores/POLITICO
Martha MacCallum says it’s wrong for the president to label journalists ‘the enemy of the people’
As President Donald Trump amplifies his attacks on journalists, one Fox News host is calling out the chief executive for his hostile rhetoric.
Martha MacCallum, anchor of the network’s prime-time show “The Story with Martha MacCallum,” said she took it “personally” when the president applied blanket labels to the news media.
Thank you for the Gift of discernment… I didn’t need this report to know not to watch this program..
A coven of New York witches is holding a public ceremony next week to cast a hex on Justice Brett Kavanaugh, in what Tucker Carlson described as the latest left-wing effort to stop his rise to the high court.
“Liberal Sherpa” Cathy Areu said the hexing will take place in Brooklyn, and that it will include an optional $10 donation to take part.
Carlson said part of the proceeds will go to Planned Parenthood, to “fund their own human sacrifice rituals.”
He said that it is appropriate that the Democratic Party, which “conducts witch hunts” also “conducts witchcraft.”
Areu said the coven previously cast three hexes on President Trump and considered their efforts successful in partially stymieing his administration’s goals.
NEW YORK WITCHES CALL FOR WOMEN TO PUT HEX ON JUSTICE KAVANAUGH FOR SOMETHING HE DID NOT DO- He was accused of doing what all high school kids do, kissing or rolling around in bed with the opposite sex… however he didn’t do it. But that is all it takes to get idiot women into witchcraft and cursing what God is doing… BTW the event will donate a portion of income to insure killing babies stays strong in the USA.
Ha ha ha…
Bible says a curse sent causeless will not fall…
Seems to me, women who want to kill babies would want a justice who uses women for sex and makes sure they can kill the baby afterwards… So he is not responsible…
The Devil always tips his hand because there is no LOGIC–
If Brett did this, the witches who like to sacrifice babies to the god Moloc should embrace this…
They are mad because BETT WORKS FOR GOD ! and they are afraid their daughters will loose their rights to kill babies sometime in the future…
Witches to Hex Justice Kavanaugh in Occult Ritual in NYC
By Michael W. Chapman | October 11, 2018 | 4:38 PM EDT
(CNSNews.com) — Witches plan to place a public hex on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh through an occult ritual on Oct. 20 in New York City, an event sponsored by Catland Books, which describes itself as “Brooklyn’s premiere occult bookshop & spiritual community space.” The planned ritual has been advertised on Facebook.
“Please join us for a public hex on Brett Kavanaugh, upon all rapists and the patriarchy at large which emboldens, rewards and protects them,” reads the description for the event, “Ritual to Hex Brett
Occultists in Brooklyn, New York, are so incensed with the confirmation of Justice Brett M. Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court that they are gathering to put a hex on him.
The three witches from William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” famously offered the incantation “double, double toil and trouble. Fire burn and cauldron bubble,” but Oct. 20 is setting up for something along the lines of “fire burn and Kavanaugh bubble.”
Catland, which bills itself as Brooklyn’s “premier metaphysical shop and event space,” will host the ritual and donate 25 percent of all proceeds to Planned Parenthood. Another 25 percent will go to the Ali Forney Center, a non-profit organization for homeless LGBT youths.
The events costs $10 per person, although the group says no one will be turned away at the door for lack of funds.
“Please join us for a public hex on Brett Kavanaugh, upon all rapists and the patriarchy at large which emboldens, rewards and protects them,” its Facebook events page reads. “We are embracing witchcraft’s true roots as the magik [sic] of the poor, the downtrodden and disenfranchised and it’s [sic] history as often the only weapon, the only means of exacting justice available to those of us who have been wronged by men just like him.”