New York Times Reports On ‘Black Magic’ Warrior Marianne Williamson’s New Age Views

Democrat presidential candidate Marianne Williamson, who serves as Oprah Winfrey’s spiritual adviser, is shaped in her worldview and political career by a blasphemous New Age text that serves as a veritable “Bible” for the occultic set.

The New York Times profiled Marianne Williamson’s obsession with the 1960’s quasi-religious text A Course In Miracles, which shaped the philosophy that she has passed on in her teachings to Oprah and the Kardashians and others.

Williamson has already qualified for the next round of Democrat debates, beating beleaguered New York City mayor Bill de Blasio.

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Williamson said that the Left’s political battle is “black magic.”

Williamson, who reportedly serves as Oprah Winfrey’s “spiritual advisor,” made the witchcraft-themed tweet on January 31, 2017.

“Just beneath the surface, this isn’t politics it’s black magic. Entirely a psychic battle. Use your shield of Virtue and your sword of truth,” Marianne Williamson tweeted.

The terms Williamson uses are popularly connected to fictional depictions of the occult. “Shield of virtue” is a spell in the World of Warcraft universe, and also figures into the Disney movie Sleeping Beauty as a magical plot point. The Sword of Truth fantasy book series revolves around wizards and the so-called “Wizard’s Rule.”

Williamson, a largely unknown figure in Beltway and American politics, attracted national curiosity for her bizarre performance in the recent Democrat debate.

“I’m going to harness love for political purposes,” Williamson said, addressing President Donald Trump in the debate, saying that Trump has harnessed fear and “only love can cast that out.”

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