Etsy Bans Hexes, Vexes And Spells; Witches Cry Discrimination

Discrimination rears its ugly head in one of the supposed most friendly venues. Sad…

Jasper and Sardine

Etsy has made a name for itself as a marketplace where people around the world connect to make, sell and buy unique goods.

It’s a platform for 1.4 million creative entrepreneurs (and a good number of business-minded witches) who sell what they make or curate to shoppers looking for things they can’t find anywhere else.

On Etsy, you could even find spells and hexes—until the company cast the devil out just like eBay did back in 2012.

I found the headline interesting, especially given how the spell casters recently started invading my prayer room and how the Lord has been speaking to me about a revival of the devil’s witchcraft rising.

Etsy’s new rules states, “Any metaphysical service that promises or suggests it will effect a physical change (e.g., weight loss) or other outcome (e.g., love, revenge) is not allowed, even if it delivers a tangible item.”

Etsy’s move is…

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2 thoughts on “Etsy Bans Hexes, Vexes And Spells; Witches Cry Discrimination

  1. One of many reasons I choose to spend my Sunday mornings in a House of Pancakes rather than a house of worship. The whole “my supernatural mythology is bigger than your supernatural mythology” thing is ridiculous.

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    • I’m all about “whatever supernatural mythology helps you be a decent human”. Unfortunately, the jerkoffs of each denomination are the ones who get talked about and blind prejudice / pc uniformity rules elsewhere.


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