cone of power


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cone of power

Also known as “raising the power,” this is a heightening of awareness brought about in modern witch ceremonies by chanting and dancing.
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One of the deadliest witchcraft rituals is the Cone of Power, also known as Raising the Power.
A local man named Gerald Gardner (pictured) once coordinated a controversial Cone of Power ritual in 1940, and the target of the conjured-up force was none other than Adolf Hitler.
Two of the older witches involved in the ritual did indeed die as the Cone of Power was unleashed.
Gardner and his fellow witches, drawn from various covens,had what he called the Cone of Power.
BIZARRE as it may seem to us, Gardner would appear to have been genuine in his belief that the Cone of Power would saveBritain from invasion by the theGermans.