Marvel Studios actress Elizabeth Olsen, known for her recurring role as the Scarlet Witch in the MCU films, has revealed many of her friends practice the occult. The Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness actress insists that she herself does not practice witchcraft.
“I am witness to it. I don’t practice it, but I have friends that do and people around me who do,” the 33-year-old actress told Pedestrian.tv when asked if she practices the dark arts. “I do feel, though, that I and some people in my life are a little bit witchy,” she admitted, adding that her “witchy” inclination also impacts her subconscious. “I think that that has something to do just being connected to nature and to allowing certain thoughts, or surprising dreams, like actually allowing — [taking] them in,” Olsen explained. “I think there is something about that in itself that is very witchy.”
One of my biggest career bucket list items has been crossed off as I finally got to chat to Elizabeth Olsen to celebrate #DoctorStrange. It was everything I wanted it to be and more. As requested by the #ScarletWitch fans, I asked her about her favourite costume first up. Enjoy! pic.twitter.com/yCrWgvog1c
— Matthew Galea (@mattygalea_) May 12, 2022
In the Disney Marvel films, Olsen portrays Wanda Maximoff, aka Scarlet Witch. She is the twin sister of the speedster Quicksilver. Olsen previously told Glamour Magazine that some of her peers sent her a “package of crystals and wonderful stones,” and also expressed her atheism in another interview.
“When I was 13, I told my parents I didn’t believe in God anymore,” she said in 2013. “I wanted to be an atheist because I believed that religion should be about community… not something that should determine women’s freedoms.”
Celebrities like Kourtney Kardashian and others are regularly admitting they use human blood in rituals.
Other popular actors have been even more open about occult beliefs. In the following video interview, actress Megan Fox describes satanic rituals involving the drinking of blood with her boyfriend, rapper Machine Gun Kelly (relevant portion at at 6:51).
“It is used for a reason,” the actress says, adding that her boyfriend “is much more haphazard and chaotic where he’s willing to just cut his chest open with broken glass” and tell Fox to drink his blood and “take my soul!”
Later in the interview, Fox goes to explain that she bought books written by “transgender children” to talk about this stuff to her son. Here’s her son Noah on the left sporting a dress from the Disney animated film Frozen.
Joe Schimmel says movies like “Doctor Strange” is “pushing the envelope” by “making satanists the heroes.” Adding that Olsen’s sorcerous character is heavily featured in Doctor Strange 2, which is a film “filled with the dark arts, including casting spells, the occult and demons.” He even implies that the movie mocks Christianity by having Doctor Strange turn water into wine through a spell.
In an interview with CBN News, he drew a parallel between Marvel films and Christian. “It’s in plain sight. They are influencing families and children,” Schimmel said. “Our parents grew up with comics. Now, it’s superheroes but they’re not the same comics from back then … they’ve become far darker.”
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