As if the Democrats and angry protesters increasingly organizing against him weren't enough, President Donald Trump has a new enemy to worry about — witches. Really. Witches worldwide were planning to cast a massive spell on Trump Friday.

"Join the largest mass binding spell in history as participants around the world, individually and in groups, focus their consciousness to prevent Donald Trump from doing harm," the Facebook event for the spell-casting read. 

A document laying out the instructions for casting a spell on Trump detailed what, exactly, the group planned to do. They were preparing to put a "binding" spell on the president, which is aimed at preventing harm rather than causing it. It's unclear who originated the plan. 

"It is understood, in this context, that binding does not generate the potential negative blowback from cursing/hexing/crossing, nor does it harm the caster’s karma," read the document, which has apparently been floating around groups interested in magic. "In other words, this is not the equivalent of magically punching a Nazi; rather, it is ripping the bullhorn from his hands, smashing his phone so he can’t tweet, tying him up and throwing him in a dark basement where he can’t hurt anyone."

There's a specific spell in the document, but its author noted that anyone could participate and modify the wording to fit their particular belief system. The plan was to start the practice of casting the spell at midnight Friday and continue doing so on every waning crescent moon until Trump leaves office. The process required folks to secure a number of items, such as a tiny orange candle, salt, a feather and an unflattering photo of the president. 

This actually wouldn't be Trump's first run-in with witches. Witches in the Brooklyn borough of New York City hexxed Trump in September, as did a group called Vermont's Feminists Against Trump in October.

Trump, of course, went on to win the election in November regardless.