- May 25, 2011
Kundi hilo likiwa limevalia mavazi ya rangi nyeusi lilifanya ibada yenye lengo la kumuombea ulinzi Rais Putin
Mmoja waonalisema wao wanaamini Rais huyo akiongoza vyema basi pia Dunia itakuwa sehemu salama
Kiongozi wa kundi hilo alisema pia wamefanya ibada ya kuombea huduma za kijamii ziboreshwe
A coven of Russian witches and seers formed a 'circle of power' on Tuesday to mobilize their supernatural energy in support of President Vladimir Putin.
Dozens of self-proclaimed sorceresses stood side by side to perform the ritual, which they say is one of the coven's most powerful.
Dressed entirely in hooded black robes, the group read aloud spells and chanted incantations in an effort to support the 66-year-old Russian leader and help him defeat his enemies.
The group met in the Russian capital Moscow to harness their supernatural energy to help President Putin
Alyona Polyn, the head of the coven, said the purpose of the gathering was use the occult to improve Russians' quality of life which would in turn make the world a better place.
This means protecting and guiding Vladimir Putin along the right path, Polyn said.
'We have gathered here to make the world better off through Russia,' she said.
The coven gathered to cast spells in support of 66-year-old President Putin (pictured) The coven leader led the spell casting during the ceremony in Moscow yesterday.
'Breathe, Mother Earth embracing Russia on all sides,' she recited.
'Oh primordial power, return to the abyss those who wish to hate upon Russia.
'May Russia rise and step away from grief and poverty and may the coming days open the gates of happiness for Russia. All hail.'
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The occult is deeply embedded in Russian history, with the practice of spell-casting and witchcraft dating back to pagan times and its folklore containing various examples of people who posessed mystical powers.
Russia's Health Ministry data shows that there were approximately 800,000 people in the country making a living through folk healing, practicing psychic mediums or other similar occupations in 2017.