I seem to have gotten into some strange formatting when I lifted from Google translate, indeed to confirm that MSN seems to have linked to a Russian newspaper, so I hope this post works out okay...because I will go along with Kninjanin, Goranko, in giving you Tucker Carlson's recent commentary.
MSN is definitely NOT a news source I would trust. Tucker Carlson is one of the few commentators who I do not double and triple check, I tend to think he has done good research...here is one of his opinions about the people promoting the Ukraine war...
"mediocre intellectually limited members of Congress..."
...so I would wait until I saw someone like Carlson referencing this possibility of black magic. Or else someone like Glen Greenwald, who has recently posted about some $33 billion Biden is requesting to support the Ukraine war, discussing where our public tax money (from you and me) might end up (MIC?)...
MSN mostly junk as far as I am concerned, like most mainstream media...maybe I would accept their weather reports, not much else...not saying this black magic report is not true, just that I would want to hear it from a reliable commentator I trust.
Here is the Google translation of the Russian state newspaper link MSN provides...again, I don't see a way to discern whether this is reliable or not:
"Signs of practicing black magic were found at the headquarters of Ukrainian mortarmen on the outskirts of the village of Trekhizbenka: adherents of otherworldly forces tried to “consecrate” the weapon and made marks with blood, RIA Novosti correspondent reports. Military unit A4472 was based at this headquarters. A satanic seal was found on its wall, evoking associations with Hollywood films about evil spirits."