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Mother, 25, who killed her three kids and two stepchildren before burning down the house 'practiced witchcraft and performed rituals with insect jars' just weeks before the murder-suicide

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The West Virginia woman who fatally shot her three kids and two step-kids before burning them all down in their family home was into witchcraft, posting rituals and jars of dead butterflies to her social media.  Oreanna Myers, 25, shot and killed herself after burning down the home in Greenbier County with the children's bodies inside on December 8.  A peruse of Myers's Instagram account, @glowing_goddess520, reveals that the mother actively participated in rituals related to witchcraft and spiritualism.  Oreanna Myers, 25, shot and killed herself after burning down the home in Greenbier County with the children's bodies inside on December 8 A peruse of Myers's Instagram account, @glowing_goddess520, reveals that the mother actively participated in rituals related to witchcraft and spiritualism On November 25, just under three weeks after the murder-suicide, Myers posted a photo of insect jars On November 25, just under three weeks after the murder-suicide, Myers posted

Church of England warns it may cut number of paid clergy by up to 20% amid fears a FIFTH of worshippers may never return after pandemic

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The Church of England has warned that it may cut the number of paid clergy by up to 20 per cent amid fears that a fifth of worshippers may never return after the coronavirus pandemic. A leaked internal document has warned that the majority of dioceses across the country intend to 'prune number of clergy and diocesan staff' as the establishment looks to cut costs. It is thought that the financial subsidies given to 5,000 loss-making parishes - out of a total of 12,000 - were also called into question.  The Church of England has warned that it may cut the number of paid clergy by up to 20 per cent. Pictured: Church parishioner watching the Church of England's first virtual Sunday service given by the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby at Liverpool Parish Church The Church of England will now look to recruit unpaid clergy with the number of paid priests being cut by 10 to 20 per cent, one source told The Sunday Times. These new recruits would join the 2,870 unpaid clergy,

Special forces soldier scales K2 - the world's second highest mountain - in depth of winter with NO supplementary oxygen and reveals he was going to PARAGLIDE off 28,251ft peak (until 100mph winds swept all his gear away)

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Making the impossible possible is somewhat of an addiction for former British Special Forces soldier Nirmal 'Nims' Purja. In 2019, he smashed the world record for climbing the 14 highest mountains in just six months and six days and this January, he accomplished one of the greatest mountaineering feats by returning to K2 on the China-Pakistan border and scaling it in the depths of winter, with no supplementary oxygen. He has now revealed, following numerous reports, that he had also planned to 'fly from K2 in style' using a glider but winds of more than 100mph/ 160 km swept all of his gear away halfway up the peak and he made the descent on two feet instead. Nirmal 'Nims' Purja and nine Nepalese climbers were the first to summit K2 during winter this January. The former British Special Forces soldier wanted to claim a first for the Nepalese mountaineering community In winter, all of the challenges K2 throws up are magnified with temperatures hovering around minu

Don't be so green, Joe: Texas Governor Greg Abbott threatens to sue Biden for 'hostile' climate agenda he claims will 'kill jobs'

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Texas is preparing to launch several legal battles against Joe Biden for his current and future climate initiatives, which Governor Greg Abbott claims are 'hostile' and 'job killers.' The Republican governor signed an executive order Thursday directing Texas' state agencies to 'use all lawful powers and tools to challenge any federal action that threatened the continued strength and vitality of the emergency industry.' 'Each state agency should work to identify potential litigation, notice-and-comment opportunities, and any other means of preventing federal overreach within the law,' Abbott included in the announcement of his executive order. The order from the Lone Star State's Republican leader came after Biden's climate czar John Kerry said blue collar energy workers were fed lies that environmental protections would come at a cost to their jobs and livelihoods. 'They've been fed the notion that somehow dealing with climate is comi

Ten-year-old investor makes more than $3,000 on 10 GameStop shares his mother bought him for $60 as a Kwanzaa gift in 2019

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A 10-year-old Texas investor has made more than $3,000 from $60 worth of GameStop shares that he was gifted for Kwanzaa.  Jaydyn Carr's mother, Nina, purchased 10 shares of the company's stocks in 2019 and gave them to her son as a Kwanzaa present in a bid to teach him about investing.  That lesson in investing definitely paid off when Jaydyn racked up nearly $3,200 from those shares amid the recent GameStop shares buying frenzy, according to CNN.  Nina said the shares just made sense to purchase, especially because Jaydyn, who is a fifth grader, loves video games,  Ten-year-old Jaydyn Carr made more than $3,000 from GameStop shares that he was gifted for Kwanzaa in 2019  Jaydyn's mother, Nina, purchased 10 shares of the company's stocks in 2019 for about $60 and gave them to her son (pictured holding up his GameStop stock certificate in 2019) as a Kwanzaa present in a bid to teach him about investing 'We were always there two years ago, just buying different video

Meet Kamala Harris' VERY ambitious niece: Stanford and Harvard Law grad is forced to STOP selling clothing line using VP's name as her children's book that name drops her aunt soars to fourth on NY Times bestseller list

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Kamala Harris’ niece has stopped selling clothing using the vice president's name after flying to the inauguration on a private jet paid for by a Biden donor and writing a children's book about her famous aunt.  Meena Harris, 36, no longer sells her range of t-shirts and swimsuits named after her relative, Politico reports.   Their removal follows a pledge by the Biden administration that the president and vice president's family 'will uphold the highest ethical standards'.  She was told a day after the inauguration to remove them from her site by transition ethics lawyers, Fox New reports.  Meena's name had also previously featured as a collaborator on a t-shirt sold on the Biden campaign store; it was later removed.   A White House official said of that decision: 'For appearance sake, Meena’s name was removed because we didn’t want to make it seem or appear that she would be benefiting or profiting from the campaign.'  Her clothing brand Phenomenal had