California Schools of Witchcraft and Anti-White Supremacy
From chants invoking Aztec human sacrifice to hexing anti-CRT people, California is offering a baleful “education.”
When you read a headline like that, you might think, Surely this is satire on par with The Babylon Bee. Sadly, this is actually happening in California public schools.
Pepperdine University senior Spencer Lindquist writes about revisiting his own high school and district to see just how much more they are going down the indoctrination path regarding Critical Race Theory. His high school directly links to a Black Lives Matter resource guide geared toward students. It also has this writing prompt source for students to talk about police brutality and racism.
“Hex” is the first entry on the second page of prompts. A hex, as defined by the dictionary, is a magic spell or curse. The students are told that hexing is an important way to get out anger and frustration against someone. They are encouraged to write a hex poem cursing someone with whom they are angry. Besides being absolutely demonic, is this really what you want your child being taught or encouraged to do?
The whole of the writing prompt series has to do with taking power back and to #GetFree. The ironic thing about this title is that all the different prompts are actually more enslaving to the student. It enslaves them to Self. Witchcraft is the ultimate expression of self-worship, for it declares that individuals have the supernatural powers to determine outcomes that are not theirs to control. If you believe that humans are spiritual creatures, then exposing and encouraging students to perform witchcraft is opening up their spiritual selves to the evil, demonic side of spirituality. This is something no loving parent wants for their child.
As outrageous as this indoctrination is, it is not a standalone. Parents are suing the California Board of Education and Department of Education for enticing their children to say a prayer (or chant) to Aztec gods. This was originally marketed as a way for students to learn about other cultures through the state’s ethnic studies program. One particular chant was made by the Aztecs to invoke the god Tezcatlipoca. This deity was generally the one to whom the Aztecs offered human sacrifices. While the parents in question are for the teaching of other cultures, praying to their deities is on dubious legal footing. Prayer has not been allowed in schools since the 1962 case Engel v. Vitale in which the Supreme Court ruled prayer in schools was unconstitutional. These parents also object on religious grounds.
It’s a very similar situation to witchcraft because children are praying to deities that are historically soaked in the blood of human sacrifice. It opens them up to the dark forces of the spiritual realm and is evil through and through.
If you think this is not a battle for the soul of our country, you may need to rethink that stance. What’s especially scary is the stuff we haven’t heard about. In the Bible, there is a passage that comes to mind when discussing evil teaching practices: “But whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to sin, it would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck, and he were drowned in the depth of the sea” (Matthew 18:6).
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