The Craft: Testimony of a witch who became Christian
Musician and artist Jenny Weaver was deeply immersed in witchcraft until it scared the hell out of her. At 13, Jenny was bullied and felt helpless. Influenced by the movie ‘The Craft,’ she saw it as a way to empower herself and decided to explore witchcraft.
The Seduction of Witchcraft
In 1996, Jenny went to a sleepover and watched the movie ‘The Craft.’ It was about four high school witches who were bullied at school, and they used witchcraft to control situations and get what they wanted. It appealed to Jenny, and she began an innocent fascination with witchcraft.
She delved into Wiccan, studying different spells, incantations, burning sage, and other new-age occult practices. Then, her life turned into a long path of dark depression.
Homeless and drug addict
Soon enough, Jenny began to feel demons literary beside her. “I was living in a haunted house, hearing scratches on the wall. I would feel brushed by me and be terrified that someone was watching me. When I took a shower, I had to close my eyes, terrified if I had to get up in the middle of the night to get a glass of water,” she said.
Haunted by unexplained phenomena, Jenny fell into drug addiction and constant depression, which are signs of demonic oppression. She completely lost control of her life and was homeless for nine years.
The Craft: Real witches cast spells
In 2020, real witches were invited to participate in the remake of “The Craft.” Before filming scenes, the witches performed spells and invited the actresses to join their circles—infusing the viewers and the scenes with spells.
Mainstream media praised the attempt to make the movie authentic, not realizing that anyone who watches it might as well be inviting the devil into their home.
Awakening to Freedom
After years of darkness, she found freedom through Christ. “I renounced witchcraft and declared Jesus my Savior, beginning my journey towards healing and redemption,” she said.
Jenny warns crystal enthusiasts
Jenny has also seen the rise of witcraft promoted on social media like TikTok. For example, an Instagram influencer, Brie Luna, collaborated with Smashbox, a cosmetics company, to launch a cosmetic line inspired by crystals. This partnership appears to target young girls who have impressionable minds.
She warns enthusiasts: Be mindful of healing crystals, channeling energy, communicating with spirits, and celebrating events with dark origins like Halloween. These practices can lead to dangerous paths.
Many wear third-eye necklaces and chakras to connect with energy and ancestors to give them power. These practices are demonic and condemned by God, leading to judgment for those who practice it.
“If you’ve unknowingly dabbled in witchcraft or the occult, seek God’s forgiveness and renounce those practices. Decree your commitment to Christ and walk in His truth,” she said.
More people today are fascinated with healing crystals because they don’t understand that Jesus is the healer.
But the cowardly, the unbelieving, the vile, the murderers, the sexually immoral, those who practice magic arts, the idolaters, and all liars—they will be consigned to the fiery lake of burning sulfur. This is the second death.