Nearly every religious body has a formal denouncement which it can make against individuals, countries, governments, etc. for fundamentally violating their ethics and morals whether that is excommunication, anathema, fatwa, shunning, etc. However, witches have no central authority, no governing body and so there is only one way that we may voice our defiance against those who do evil: a collective hex.

A hex is often defined as a specific type of curse, however the words are also often used interchangeably. Essentially, a hex is a magikal act which seeks to harm, taint, pollute, expose, malign, etc. It can take many forms, potentially involving a wide range of acts, rituals, prayers and spells and these works may be powered by a variety of different sources including gods, tutelary spirits, one's ancestors, the spirits of the dead, etc.

As with the previous Hexes that we have carried out, this is an amalgamation of religious denouncement, political theater and solidarity among those most harmed by those in power. It is a moment for us to harness our righteous rage and direct it at those who would see us subjugated or destroyed. And this is nothing new. There are a multitude of accounts throughout the ancient world of those who worked against rulers and tyrants in secret rites and rituals and this continued into modern times. We saw this in 1940 when Gerald Gardner and his coven came together to work against Hitler. We saw this in 1968 when W.I.T.C.H. hexed Wall Street. And we saw this at Catland in 2017 against Trump, in 2018 against Kavanaugh and now in 2022 against the Supreme Court.

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