Toya Delazy accuses late Queen Elizabeth of practicing witchcraft
South Africa-born musician, Toya Delazy accussed the late Queen Elizabeth of practicing witchcraft before passing.
She called people’s attention to the wand that was broken during the funeral of the Queen.
“We were so focused on the African “leaders” being on a bus, we missed the part where the former English Queens witchcraft ‘Wand’ was broken in half and placed on her box to mark the end of her era as the Saxon druid oracle and high priestess,” she tweeted.
Toya claimed Elizabeth was a druid, and she explained what it meant.
“What is a druid? Druids are concerned with the natural world and its powers, and considered trees sacred, particularly the oak. Druidism can be described as a shamanic religion, as it relied on a combination of contact with the spirit world and holistic medicines.”
The musician has no problem with what Queen Elizabeth practiced, but she had an issue with people and Africans who dump their spirituality for Christianity.
When African nations practise their spirituality it is ridiculed and we are told it's evil yet it seems the whole world understands the power of the— AFRO-RAVE (@ToyaDelazy) October 3, 2022
Esoteric – they just don't want Africans to use it. Leading the church and druids all in one us a madness tbh. pic.twitter.com/ucDOEc3oFq
Toya Delazy says she finds it incredible that the late Queen was involved in spiritual activities, and she hopes other Africans can be proud of their indigenous spiritual practices without shying away from it.
“Can this encourage all the spiritual indigenious to tap back into their ancient sciences instead we practise religions with absolutely no power. The true power is practised in the shadows & its extremly misleading to strip Afrikans of spiritual power only to use it for yourself,” Toya added.