Witch who led ‘Bunnings Karens’ Melbourne army calls on followers to break lockdown

A self-proclaimed witch who led an army of ‘Bunnings Karens’ during Victoria’s second lockdown urges her followers to revolt again.

When she’s not disrupting the shopping aisle or looking to overthrow governments, psychic Elizabeth “Lizzy” Rose claims she’s a high priestess who performs exorcisms for a living.

Daily Mail Australia can reveal that Rose has resurfaced as the leader of a group of conspiracy theorists calling themselves the “Innerworld Community” in preparation for a global “blackout” that it says will hit Australia in July 2023.

Lizzy Rose has been preparing for the amazing ‘Blackout’, which will descend on Australians in 2023, she claims in a wild online diatribe

Lizzy Rose does it while she's dressed as a Viking queen.  She had been trying to get items for a Viking fire pit when she got into trouble at her local Bunnings last year

Lizzy Rose does it while she’s dressed as a Viking queen. She had been trying to get items for a Viking fire pit when she got into trouble at her local Bunnings last year

Lizzy Rose is a pagan witch and hates wearing masks.  She filmed herself burning them in a fire pit

Lizzy Rose is a pagan witch and hates wearing masks. She filmed herself burning them in a fire pit

In a wild rant posted on her Facebook and Telegram sites on Sunday, Rose angrily called on her followers to break the lockdown.

“For Innerworld Community, I encourage you to come together anytime, anywhere, lockdown, no lockdown – there’s nothing stopping us coming together and networking because we don’t have time to meet when the system and the Freemasons DeMolay -dolls say “you can’t meet today because we are going into lockdown”, she said

Rose insists that Australian politicians, including Daniel Andrews, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and even Pauline Hanson, are all part of a Masonic conspiracy to reduce the world’s population to half a billion people by 2023.

The rant comes as 14 million Australians are locked down and the nation struggles to keep Covid from spiraling out of control.

In Rose’s home country of Victoria, Prime Minister Daniel Andrews announced on Tuesday that he had extended the lockdown for a week after 13 new cases were found in the state.

In NSW, Covidiots and anti-vaxxers have been criticized for endangering the safety of others.

Rose – who could face sedition charges over the rant – lashed out at Mr Andrews, who has only recently returned to work after a serious back injury.

“I’m disappointed that Daniel Andrews is back. Maybe I should throw him down the stairs again,” she said.

“These are lies. You’re being programmed to believe that’s not true.’

Exorcist Lizzie Rose has done another extraordinary diatribe to encourage people to break the lockdown

Exorcist Lizzie Rose has done another extraordinary diatribe to encourage people to break the lockdown

The ordained pagan minister Lizzy Rose (left) walks through Melbourne without a mask and films it proudly

The ordained pagan minister Lizzy Rose (left) walks through Melbourne without a mask and films it proudly

In a series of bizarre submissions, Rose claimed the Andrews government would use tunnels to move people who refuse to get the Covid jab into dungeons.

“I’m bummed today about what I’ve had to endure over the past few days – going underground again in Melbourne to these rogue tunnels and see what’s planned out there with these rogue tunnels,” she said.

“You know what they’re doing with those tunnels now… they’re going to transport ‘victims’ – people who don’t follow the rules, who don’t get vaccinated – underground.”

Rose warned her followers that a “four-year plan” was already in the works by world leaders, which would culminate in a “blackout” in July 2023.

She encouraged Australians to stockpile supplies, including water, foot and petrol, for at least 12 weeks and prepare safe houses without ‘shedders’ – a term she uses to describe vaccinated Australians.

“He’s a risk not just because he’s a shedder, he’s a risk because he’s in the system now that he’s vaccinated, so he’s compliant, meaning he’ll get another shot,” she said.

Rose also suggested that Australians strengthen their home security in preparation for attacks by looters, including the use of magical items.

“You need to have your security ready. And I’m not saying to be violent, to attack someone, to attack someone, to hurt someone. I say self-defense. Protect yourself. If necessary, do what you have to do,” she advised.

“Whether it’s alarm systems, whether it’s magical and spiritual security, whether it’s a baseball bat, whether it’s a licensed weapon—or not, that’s up to you.”

Lizzy Rose sent a message of praise to health professionals last April while wearing a mask.  She's now filming herself going around town without a

Lizzy Rose sent a message of praise to health professionals last April while wearing a mask. She’s now filming herself going around town without a

Lizzy Rose has started an 'army' of like-minded people who are against the restrictions and laws of COVID-19 and

Lizzy Rose has started an ‘army’ of like-minded people who are against the restrictions and laws of COVID-19 and

'That's not a Mask This is a Mask': a message from Lizzy Rose on her Facebook page

‘That’s not a Mask This is a Mask’: a message from Lizzy Rose on her Facebook page

Rose came to public attention last year during Victoria’s second devastating lockdown.

At the time, Victorians had a record 532 new cases of coronavirus in one day.

In videos of the exorcist then posted to her Facebook page, she stated that she would continue to travel through up to five Melbourne suburbs a day without wearing a mask.

Other videos showed her burning face masks in a fire pit and walking into a Bunnings and arguing with staff.

Her antics were condemned across the country, with the witch being referred to as a “Bunnings Karen.”

She later clashed with Today host Karl Stefanovic, who unwisely chose to give the radical a spot on the show.

“What was your medical training again, sorry?” Stefanovic asked Rose. ‘When did you work as a doctor? Are you a doctor or a psychic?’.

A defiant Rose stood by her claims until Stefanovic said he couldn’t take it anymore and ended the interview in disgust.

Rose now claims that she has poached the mainstream media into her cult, stating that a Channel 7 reporter from Sydney is now among its members.

“We had someone from the mainstream media switch ranks,” she boasted. ‘Get off the MSN mainstream media, the wheel of bull**t and scaremongering, and say ‘I can’t take it anymore’… I have a film crew, I have a journalist – a female journalist who left channel 7 – she can’t take it anymore. She wants to expose this.’

Victoria Police declined to comment on Rose’s tirade when the Daily Mail Australia contacted them.

Lizzy Rose claims to have recruited mainstream media to push forward her twisted views

Lizzy Rose claims to have recruited mainstream media to push forward her twisted views

A social media post from Lizzy Rose during lockdown two last year.  In it she encouraged people not to wear masks

A social media post from Lizzy Rose during lockdown two last year. In it she encouraged people not to wear masks

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