Witchcraft, alternative spiritual practices luring hundreds of thousands of teenagers

Acts 4:12 “And there is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved.”

Important Takeaways:

  • The demons of WitchTok
  • The world of online occultism is hardly esoteric. Whether it’s social justice witches hexing the patriarchy or bored teenagers “reality shifting” into other dimensions, millennials and Gen-Zs have popularized alternative spiritual practices on platforms like TikTok. Look up #WitchTok and you’ll find hundreds of thousands of tutorials — mostly by young women — teaching you how to cast spells or summon pagan deities, interspersed with healing crystal hauls and vlogs about their latest otherworldly encounters.
  • Self-made teenage witches doing all kinds of bizarre things. Some were attempting to astral project into Hogwarts; others were “manifesting” the lyrics of rap songs. But I also found some claiming to have encountered malevolent entities.
  • In one video, a young woman reports her “first interaction with Satan” who she claims to have engaged in dialogue with thanks to her “extensively practiced clairaudience.” She claims that the encounter began with her unexpectedly sensing “a very intense spooky energy” which, after performing some kind of divination method, she identified to be the devil. Satan — who apparently goes by the pronouns “they/them” — then told her that despite being from “Hell, a very intense place,” “we are not inherently bad.” The encounter culminates in the devil asking the woman if “they” can try some of her cookies, followed by about 350 thousand likes and six thousand comments (one reads, “tell Satan I would like to be his friend he seems nice”).

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