If you want to see your movement succeed, and you look at history as any kind of guide, you don't have to look very hard to see what will certainly doom your movement. It's pretty simple. You don't want to be on the side of Evil.
It does not take a deep dive to discover that whenever there's any dabbling in the spiritual dark arts, it's usually associated with Evil. So again, not a great strategy if you're aiming for a successful movement.
The three BLM co-founders are each Marxist feminists — that's not opinion — it's what they openly embrace. One of those co-founders, Patrisse Cullors, along with Melina Abdullah (who is a feminist professor and co-founder of the Los Angeles chapter of BLM), both employ worshipping and calling on the spirits of the dead as a key aspect of BLM's social justice strategy.
In June, the Berkley Center (which is actually at Georgetown University, not the crazy California Berkeley), published an article titled: "The Fight for Black Lives is a Spiritual Movement."
The article describes the Los Angeles chapter of BLM leading a ceremony in June in front of Mayor Eric Garcetti's house to demand defunding the police. It describes how the BLM-LA co-founder, Melina Abdullah "led the group in a ritual: the reciting of names of those taken by state violence before their time – ancestors now being called back to animate their own justice."
They chanted, "George Floyd. Asé. Philandro Castille. Asé. Andrew Joseph. Asé. Michael Brown. Asé." And on like that through several more names.
Again, quoting from the article about this ceremony:
As each name is recited, Dr. Abdullah poured libations on the ground as the group of over 100 chanted "Asé," a Yoruba term [the Yoruba are a large ethnic group in West Africa] often used by practitioners of Ifa [Ee-fah], a faith and divination system that originated in West Africa, in return. This ritual, Dr. Abdullah explained is a form of worship.
The article goes on to explain that part of this "worship" includes: "summoning deities."
Patrisse Cullors, one of the three BLM co-founders, is ordained in the Ifa religion.
In June, Cullors and Abdullah recorded a Facebook live event in which they talked about summoning spirits as part of their work.
And at the 25:29 mark, Dr. Abdullah actually talks about how she laughs with one of the spirits that she summons.
We've been telling you for months — people keep saying "Black Lives Matter," but I don't think it means what they think it means. BLM the organization is fully anti-police, anti-capitalist, anti-family, pro-revolution, pro-Marxist, and now apparently, pro-summoning-spirits-and-having-a-good-laugh-with-them.