Air Force Academy “Chapel Tithes and Offering Fund” Used to Finance Witchcraft, Faery Magick, Voodoo

Good thing the world is at peace and there are no security challenges to the USA. That frees up the Air Force to broaden the cultural horizons of cadets:

Judical Watch … said it has obtained documents from the [U.S. Air Force Academy] revealing in 2014 and 2015, the military school used its “Chapel Tithes and Offering Fund” for some pretty exotic expenditures.

The funds were used for worship services featuring witchcraft, the “Faery Magick,” voodoo and more, including a trip [for] cadets to a Wiccan festival in Denver and a Denver Witches Ball, the report said. …

Chapel Tithes and Offering Funds were used to pay for registration and meals for two students to go to the 2014 “Earth Centered Beltania Festival,” the group said.

The Living Earth website explained the Beltania Festival as “a retreat and festival for all who follow Earth-honoring religion or spiritual path.”

There, attendees are encouraged to “dance with ecstasy around the maypole,” “drum with the heartbeat of Mother Earth” and “conjure springtime within nature and yourself.”

Open-minded, aren’t they? Except when it comes to Christianity, in the name of which donors presumably gave the money. There the Air Force is not open-minded at all (see here, here, and here).

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Maybe they were learning how to fly on brooms.

On a tip from Steve A. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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