Coven Of Witches Planned To Hex Brock Turner, His Dad & Judge With Impotence, Nightmares & More

"Die drei Hexen," 1783, by Henry Fuseli, Public domain via Wikimedia Commons

Melanie Hexen of Iowa and the other 12 witches in her coven are outraged at the lenient sentence – six months, though the New York Post reports that has already been reduced to four – given to rapist Brock Turner. Turner was found guilty of three counts of felony sexual assault including sexually penetrating an unconscious person with a foreign object.

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Hexen, who is also a belly dancer and a midwife, put out a call to the pagan community through Facebook to join her on June 7 with cursing not only Brock Turner, but his father, Dan Turner, and Judge Aaron Persky. She said participants could even join in from their homes, using only photographs of the targets of the curse, a black candle scratched with 13 X’s, and black string. She also suggested that the candle be anointed “with urine and/or menstrual blood and/or a hexing oil.”

She offered suggested phrasing for the working: “You will be impotent. You will know constant pain of pine needles in your guts. Food will bring you no sustenance. In water, your lungs will fail you. Sleep will only bring nightmares. Shame will be your mantle. You will meet justice.”

With this collective spell, Hexen hoped to “raise awareness of not only this particular case, but of this rape culture we live in,” she said. Another witch, Larasa Firefox Allen, said she’d participate because, “We need to fight for justice with all we have. Magick is a tool we can, and must, wield to bring down the patriarchy. Brick by brick.”

Witch and participant Pamela Jones is part of a group called Social Justice Warrior Witchcraft whose goal is to bring together practitioners from various traditions “to effect social change in the world.” They periodically focus on cases like this in their magick anyway; their first collective working was held on February 13th, 2016, against Boko Haram.

Not all witches believe in wishing ill will with dark magick, however. Some pagans, such as Jeanine Hazelwood, don’t agree with putting negative energy into the world with with spells. She stated, “If I am going to put precious energy into a working, it’s going to be to help change the culture that creates asses like these men and helps empower the women they damage. Hexing these idiots may ‘feel good’ but in the end it doesn’t help the victims or prevent this from happening again to someone else.”

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Hexen isn’t concerned that any negative energy she put out into the world will come back to her, despite many witches believing that bad vibes can return to one threefold. She told U.S. News & World Report that even though the collective power of perhaps thousands of witches joined forces to wish ill on their targets, “There was also very much healing and love poured out amongst the women in the group … and much love and healing poured out to Brock Turner’s victim.”

So mote it be.

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Main image: “Die drei Hexen,” 1783, by Henry Fuseli, Public domain via Wikimedia Commons

  • Damiana

    And how exactly does Jeanine know that this doesn’t prevent it from happening again, or that it doesn’t help the victim?

  • Kathryn Sliwinski Brandys

    As a Wiccan this angers me. The first rule is DO NO HARM. And while I’m sure they think they are protecting people, they are also harming people. And if done wrong it will come back three fold. Anyone with any real knowledge of witchcraft wouldn’t do this. All it does is give witches a bad name and place others in harms way. A Catholic wouldn’t pray to harm someone. We would do a spell to protect the innocent. A spell to enlighten those involved in this case but not to harm them.

    • Jenny Muzyczuk

      I absolutely agree as a fellow sister, you said it well! This is what gives us a bad name and it breaks my heart 💔 even as a solitary witch I still follow the Wiccan Rede, I know some follow different things but it comes down to the rule of 3 always! We get what we give, that is definitely not anything I will ever participate in. BB ⛤

      • Hey sisters. Fellow witch here too, but my kin is Voodoo. I’ve only preformed one hex and I felt immediately guilty and reversed it. I use my gifts for protection and prosperity. I would cast those for the victims. He’s already going to get his, I don’t need to waste magic on the likes of him. On the other hand, I can understand why other witches would have no problem, and I don’t condemn them, However, when you battle monsters, you must never become a monster yourself.

        • Lilith Rose Laufeyson (Tunah C

          Agreed. Its personal preferance.

  • Lilith Rose Laufeyson (Tunah C

    You guys do realize some witches ARE NOT WICCAN. If you believe in the Rede, that’s cool man. Whatever. But DO NOT SHAME people who do curse and hex. Seriously though, don’t shove your beliefs on others, that’s what some (not all) other religions do. Its not cool. Magick is not good or bad. Its the intent behind the spell.

    Besides I’m sure if, Gods forbid, you get assaulted in any way I bet you would curse the person who did that to you.

    TL:DR Not all witches are Wiccan. Don’t shame other witched.

  • Shanda Panda

    What an incredible squandering of magical energy and potential. And extremely irresponsible use of influence and power in my opinion. With all the f*cked up people causing mass suffering in this world, you focus all that on him. There are bigger fish to fry, people, if hexing and cursing are your lean. And all the people that participated? Most of them have no training or education in the art, likely don’t have the discipline emotionally or magically to control the intent and direction of such large energetic release, especially if enraged by internalized rape experiences. And now they are all connected to this man and one another through the energy collectively focused … forever. Yuck no thanks. I felt this event happen before I ever heard about it. Dangerous unleashing. Thanks Hexen. I’ve been raped twice. I know that doing harm to my violators heals NOTHING. It is a self serving and empty meal. By oh well. Ego served I suppose. Carry on… maybe all involved should do a little working to shield the returns that will surely come. mesh