Cameran Eubanks explains her controversial religion
Cameran Eubanks has probably generated the least buzz and the least interest on Bravo’s Southern Charm, primarily because she has a special contract that allows her to keep her relationship with her husband Jason Wimberly private. So we really have had little insight into the personal world and workings of the former Real World star.
But on season 4 we did get one little shocking nugget — it turns out traditional, demure Cameran is a practicing witch. That’s right, a witch. She took cameras to her local voodoo doll makes or ‘Hoodoo’ as she calls it and we saw her craft a doll that was intended to call upon unearthly spirits to bring love to Shep Rose.
Given my fascination with the occult and the dark world of conspiracy I was really intrigued by this brand new piece of information. Personally I think all witchcraft is evil and dangerous, but extremely affective. And the insight was more confirmation to me that everyone that has any degree of fame has entered in to some sort of occult contract aka they’ve sold their souls.
Even Southern Baptist, conservative, prim and prissy Cameran has a contract. Anyhow, on the show she elaborated on how she had experimented with witchcraft when she was a teen.
As you know as a young 20-something she starred on MTVs Real World.
In her Bravo blog she asserted her interest in being a witch began back in high school: “I died my hair purple and I had spell books. I would go in the woods and do all kinds of weird s*** that I won’t even repeat. But hey, I still got homecoming queen!”
On the show the Charleston real estate agent went to a doll shop with her mother Estella to pick up a Hoodoo doll, which allegedly serves to help bring in success or love or whatev into people’s lives.
In this instance this creepy doll was intended to draw Shep Rose to Chelsea Meissner.Now we all know how that turned out.
So what’s so wrong with Cameran being the white witch matchmaker? In my personal opinion its evil regardless of the intentions behind it because you are imposing upon the free will of others by calling upon the off-world entities to ‘help’. You are playing God and messing with the natural order of things and I would not touch that would a 50 foot pole.
Keep an eye on Cameran. She will likely experiencing a major fall at some point as she will have to pay the price for imposing upon free will.