A UK voodoo practitioner says Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding on May 19th needs a “little extra” protection besides the massive security operation being put in place.

“Police security will deter the majority of would-be attackers,” says Doktor Snake, “but there needs to be a spiritual element to dissolve malevolent energy and hold back the most fervent attackers.”

The voodoo man, who is author of the bestselling Doktor Snake’s Voodoo Spellbook, adds that in England’s past royal weddings had a pagan priest presiding over them, who neutralized bad energies and made sure royal couples were protected from the vagaries of fate.

“Wizards and pagan priests were key figures in Anglo Saxon times,” he says, “and any important state events included them.”

In modern times, this isn’t the case. But it isn’t stopping Doktor Snake traveling to Windsor to use his voodoo to protect the royal couple.

“I shall head down to set up a magical shield to protect Meghan and Harry – as a back-up to the big security operation being put together by the Thames Valley cops,” he says.

Forecasts suggest over 100,000 people are expected to visit Windsor for the royal wedding.

Do they have cause to fear?

“No,” says Doktor Snake. “There will be armed cops all around and snipers on rooftops. So it’s pretty secure. But people will be able to feel doubly safe with my voodoo shield surrounding the area, keeping attackers at bay.”

The voodoo man adds that terrorists may well be considering using occult forces to infiltrate the minds of people and cause discord and mental instability in their targets.

“It’s like Western psi-ops, but used by terrorists,” he says, “but my voodoo shield will deflect this – it’s like a force field.”

So is Doktor Snake a keen monarchist?

“Not really,” he says. “I’m more a republican, but we have what we have, and right now we need stability. Anything terrible happening at the royal wedding would be bad for the morale of the nation.”

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