NY Times Runs Op Ed Piece Promoting Witchcraft

The New York Times recently ran an Op-Ed piece by Michelle Goldberg about the surprising extent of interest among millenials in occult practices. One excerpt claims:

“I suspect that this assumption of chaos — the sense that institutions have failed and no one is in charge — helps explain the well-documented resurgence of occultism among millennials. Attempts at spell-casting are obviously not unique to today’s young people; the Washington writer and hostess Sally Quinn just published a book in which she boasts about hexing the renowned magazine editor Clay Felker, my former journalism professor, before his death from cancer. Still, magic and witchcraft have a renewed cachet, one that seems related to our current climate of political and cultural breakdown.”


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