We all know that news corporations love to spin a good headline, but stating I said that I can cure cancer, is FAKE NEWS! For the record – I never said I can cure cancer.
The article published in THE SUN UK today led with the headline:
Lady Hannah was more offended with the statement “Black Witch Claims she can cure cancer,” as it wasn’t a claim. I didn’t claim that I had a customer whose son was cured of cancer by myself. I never called a paper and announced, “Hey! Guess what I can do!”
FACT: The writer of this article, Emma Parry, read a blog posted on our site from one of our clients, whom stated what she experienced when she worked with me and Black Witch Coven. This is a lot different than me making a “claim” of what I did.
So why would this title bother me anyways? Isn’t any news good news?
Well, I don’t want people thinking I can fix their heath issues. We all know that magick is NOT a guarantee. We all do our best and leave the rest to our spiritual helpers and the forces that be! Medical treatment always must run in conjunction with spiritual assistance.
If there is something I don’t need to be doing all the time, it would be healing cancer! Even if I could (which I can’t), I wouldn’t want to be known as the “Cancer Curing Witch!”
The article does correct itself towards the end where it says HOW the healing ritual was done – really with the power of multiple factors/layers – NOT just me. I was correctly quoted towards the end of the article:
“She says she helped the woman make a “pact with Lucifer” to heal her son – before carrying out various spells on the young man herself.”
Savannah said: “The mother of the 23-year-old wrote to me and asked me what I could do to help because the prognosis was not good. Her son was an LA police officer and the case really hit home for me because I have a son around the same age.”
“I knew I had to act very urgently in his case.
“One thing you can do for healing is get a voodoo doll and bring that doll to life by making it in an image of the person you want to heal.
“Then you call out to your spiritual connection and ask for them to look after the person. You can put different stones around the doll to make a protection vortex.
“Because of the serious nature what he was going through I also used group magic which is extremely powerful. I asked all the students on my ‘Working with Demons’ course to pray – asking for this young life to be saved.
“Then I connected psychically to this young man and I filled up his aura with healing energy.
“I also connected to my spirit guide Astaroth – a demon who uses the power of Lucifer – sometimes known as Satan.”
Parry correctly quotes me throughout the rest of the story, so I guess it was the headline in which I had the most issue. Still, I guess the name Satan is good to add to a news headline. Stirs up the angry Xians and incites them to make comment (just check out the comments under the article if you want a little giggle.)
Feel free to leave your thoughts about this article below. I would love to know your take on the story.
Update Friday Sept 22, 2017:
The SUN UK updated the title of the article to read “Black witch says she can help heal people from diseases including CANCER by working with demons.” The article itself was also corrected. The link now reads https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/4460136/black-witch-claims-she-can-help-heal-people-from-cancer-by-talking-to-demons-and-making-pacts-with-satan/
A BWC subscriber from Sydney Australia, emailed in this screenshot of how this story spun out of control.
The problem with an incorrect News Story coming from a leading newspaper is that the smaller papers take the original article and spin the headline into something worse! Not cool at all.