Francine KellyVoodoo or Witchcraft Where I'm StayingMon Jul 23, 2012 06:50184.108.40.206The alleged witch's black curly hair was in a pile at the head of my bed. Next to the hair was a tampon. I don't know if the tampon was used or not.
The housekeeper, who is very kind, swept the floor. She showed me the alleged witch's hair. It was all over the floor of the room.
The alleged witch is reading a book. It is entitled "Power," or it has the word power in the title. I saw a sub-head which talked about the art of seduction.
I may find the courage to ask the alleged witch the exact title of the book. I may also ask the alleged witch about the hair and the tampon.
Drops of blood were in the shower last week. A man at the front desk actually told me that the blood was a liquer.
Satanists are destroying our world. And when you smoke them out of their holes, you can expect that you'll see the fruits of their destruction.
I published "Conscious Living," a metaphysical magazine. Bruce Scott Kelly, my fourth husband, is a witch. He was, or is, married to Darlene Bruns, another self-proclaimed witch.
When my $1.3 million property was being seized, I found a picture of a woman with a hook in her left breast. During the theft of my home, I experienced pain in my left breast.
As unpleasant as it is, we need to educate ourselves about Satanism and the beings that practice Voodoo and Witchcraft.
But ultimately, the only defenses are surrounding ourselves with white light, living rightly, and a strong and genuine belief in God.