Carole Elizabeth Ballard

Pulpits of Alexandrian Witchcraft

It seems to be just the right time to re-dress balance on the question of mental illness. These days it is only too often offered up as an excuse for being divinely touched. It is a difficult topic to debate without tangible examples, however, common sense cannot be misapplied outside of a ritual context.

Should we be critical of those who proclaim membership to elitist groups? Yes, we should. We should scrutinise every aspect of their life and personality before accepting their claims. Yes, we should also judge a whole tradition by the fruits it bears. A dying tree will only produce rotten fruit. A chain is as strong as its weakest link.

Today is Prince Harry’s wedding. No skin off any occultist’s nose. And yet…pulpit1

But let’s take a look at who’s wagging the finger from the pulpit:

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Spare a moment to think about how this presumed chav, David Beckham, got to where he is today and what Alexandrian witchcraft did for this woman. You know, talent vs wearing Stonehenge on a knitted jumper just to make a point – hey, look at me I’m a witch!

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Third degree High Priestess elevated by Alex Sanders himself being publicly reprimanded upon opening her mouth. We wonder what it must feel like to look like a Little Britain character who sounds just like her.

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