West Virginia Democratic Candidate Was Pagan Witchcraft Cult Leader


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Jul 13, 2003
Louisville, KY.


West Virginia Democratic Candidate Was Pagan Witchcraft Cult Leader
The Daily Caller ^ | 10/23/2018 | Peter Hasson

A Democratic candidate in West Virginia was an active leader in pagan witchcraft for years and instructed others.
Lissa Lucas wrote two books on occult practices, including a how-to book for casting spells.
Lucas told The Daily Caller News Foundation she doesn’t think voters will care about her ‘spirituality’ because they’re not ‘religious bigots.’

A Democratic candidate for the West Virginia House of Delegates was an active leader in pagan witchcraft, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned.

Lissa Lucas rose through the ranks of a Wiccan cult to its third level — the highest stage for most Wiccan cults — and instructed lower-level Wiccans in occult practices, TheDCNF’s investigation found.

Lucas’s campaign has raised more than five times as much money as her Republican opponent, thanks in part to national media attention that has left out Lucas’s witchcraft.

She authored two books on casting pagan spells, writing under the name Llysse Smith Wylle.

The author biography for Lucas’s 2007 book, “The Art of Magic Words,” a how-to guide for casting spells, touted her experience in witchcraft.


Lucas went viral in February when she was removed from the state House for violating procedural rules by using public testimony about a bill to attack individual lawmakers for campaign donations from the oil and gas industry.


Lucas’s campaign pulled in roughly $90,000 in donations — more than five times what her Republican opponent has raised — following the national media attention.

Left out of that media coverage was Lucas’s years spent practicing pagan witchcraft and instructing others in the practice.
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