Silicon Valley witch hits the spirits in your PC

samantha-stephens-bewitched-heart-necklaceA wiccan in Silicon Valley is doing a spellbinding trade offering to exorcise computers from evil spirits.

Reverend Joey Talley, because US pagans love to name themselves after Christian priests, earns $200 a hour removing infernalware from computers and smartphones.

According to SF Weekly, while you would think that most tech people would dismiss this as bollocks, they are actually experimental by nature, gravitating toward promises of an improved life through trial-and-error.

Apparently Talley is busy with work from big names like Salesforce, Facebook, and Apple.

“Most people want me to protect their computers from viruses and hacks. So I’ll make charms for them. I like to use flora. And when there are problems in office hardware I use a black stone that serves to block energy.”

In extreme cases, she casts protection spells of her own over the entire company. We guess that is in the case of companies who are so soaked in evil that it has evil deranged minions chanting outside their shop every time it launches a new product.

As for results. Tally cites a case of when a start-up’s office alarm would blare at all hours of the day, and no one knew why. After multiple electricians completely failed to solve the problem, the company called in Talley who diagnosed a “spirit” which she exercised.