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Free Candle Spells | The Candle for La Caridad de Cobre – Patroness of Cuba

Free Candle Spells | The Candle for La Caridad de Cobre – Patroness of Cuba On December 30, 2011, as I was lighting candles for people, I got a “feeling” about the ruling Orisha/Oricha for the year 2012 was going to be Ochun/Oshun/Oxum, also known as La Caridad de Cobre. I wrote this prediction in my other blog, Tarot by Jacqueline Blog and I stated that I will have to buy a big statue of La Caridad de Cobre if I was right. Well, I was right, and next week I will be shopping for the largest statue of Ochun I can find. The reading comes from CONSEJO CUBANO DE SACERDOTES MAYORES DE IFA DE LA REPÚBLICA DE CUBA Letra Del Ano 2012 Signo: Ogbeche Profecía: Ire aiku lese alaleyo, eyebale. (Un bien de salud gracias al oricha regidor de cada persona, hay que darle sacrificio (sangre). Gobierna: Ochun Acompaña: Changó There are other things written in Spanish that I will have to translate with my daughters, but this year if at all possible, find yellow Caridad de Cobre Candles, also known as the Virgin of Charity, affectionately called “La Cachita”, and light one each Friday throughout the year for blessings of love, romance, money and success from...

Free Candle Spells | The Colors of the St. Jude Candle and Which One is Best For You

Free Candle Spells | The Colors of the St. Jude Candle and Which One is Best For You Recently I had an inquiry regarding the white Saint Jude Candle and it reminded me that not all know about the different colors of the St. Jude/San Judas Tadeo novena candle. Here is a detailed explanation of the three candles and the meaning and work for each of the green, white and pink candles for St. Jude. Saint Jude Thaddeus, also known as San Judas Tadeo in Latin countries, is considered to be the Patron Saint of “Lost Causes” – the Saint to go to when all hope is lost and there seems like nothing can change the inevitable that is coming. St. Jude is a popular Saint and one who the legend says like to be recognized with a public announcement when prayers are answered, usually has devotees who give nine days to a novena to him. Many adherents have different opinions regarding how many times each day, as some pray nine time for nine consecutive days, but the traditional length of time for a novena to Saint Jude is nine days. The quantity of prayers contained within each of those nine days is subject to one’s own discretion. Legend also says that the Saint’s desire to be recognized for good works stems from the confusion many have over Saint Jude and Judas Iscariot, who betrayed Jesus. They are not the same person. Saint Jude is one of the original Apostles who follow Jesus Christ and is depicted with a flame over his head, indicating he was in attendance at Pentecost. Saint Jude’s Feast Day is October 28th, according to the Catholic calendar. To petition St. Jude with a white glass 7-day novena candle would be for situations that require a decision such as a court case, a lease or agreement or any other matter that does not involve personal relationships or money. It is best to clean the candle with lemon juice or Florida water and anoint with St Jude Oil before lighting. Writing a small petition for the purpose of the candle and placing it under the candle helps boost the power of the petition, however, if keeping your intention quiet from prying family members, holding the petition near your heart is a good alternative. Remember to purchase enough candles to make the novena for nine days since today’s candle do not last as long as before and you may need up to three to make the nine day novena. Remember to publish the prayers granted by San Judas in a newspaper or even a mass e-mail out to friends and family. Let them know the good works of St. Jude. A white Saint Jude candle can be used in place of a colored wax St. Jude candle is not available. This is because white has all the colors of the rainbow in it, as a clear prism will refract the rainbow and in olden times there were no tinted wax candles, only creamy white ones made of tallow. To petition Saint Jude on matters of love and personal relationships, it is best to use a pink Saint Jude candle.The color pink resonates the energy of two colors red and white. In candle spells, red is the traditional color for swiftness and passion. White candles are used when clarity and blessings are needed. The combination of the energy and passion of red and the clarity and blessings of white blend into pink, a color that evokes romance and affection. When financial gain and money is desperately needed in the home to cover immediate family needs, using a green Saint Jude candle anointed with Money Drawing Oil is the appropriate candle to use to petition Saint Jude....

Saint Valentine Love Candle Spell | Patron Saint of Lovers – February 14th

Saint Valentine Love Candle Spell | Patron Saint of Lovers – February 14th In today’s world, we view Saint Valentine as the Saint who assists us in finding a lover and all the other rituals we have that is associated with February 14th such as giving cards, chocolates, jewelry, or sending flowers from the florist. Roses are the traditional flower to give on this day of lovers. There is a very different reason that San Valentin, or St. Valentine, is associated with love and lovers. Saint Valentine, born in Italy and was a Holy Priest in Rome, assisted martyrs under persecution and was beheaded on the date that is set aside for lovers – February 14th. Before capture, he assisted St.Marius and family to give aid and safe lodging to those being sought out for their religious beliefs. Saint Valentine, also known as San Valentin, is associated with lovers in the fact that on February 15th, a heathen festival in honor of their goddess Februata Juno, was held. In part of a custom, boys were to pick out slips of paper with girls’ names on them to court romantically. It is written that on the day after Valentine’s beating and beheading, the boxes where the name billets were gathered were filled with slips of paper with Valentine’s name on them. Since then, he has been associated with love and lovers. Saint Valentine/San Valentin Love Candle Spell INGREDIENTS 2 pink glass encased 7-day “novena” or “vigil” candles Photos of each of you separately, to attach to outside glass of candle Full name and birth date of each of you, on a slip of paper known as a ‘name paper’. 1 bottle of “Adam and Eve” or “Fire of Love” Anointing Oil 1 Red Rose in vase 1 glass Red or Blush Wine Pinch of Ground Cinnamon Clean candle with Lemon Juice or Florida Water as instructed in this blog post, “Candle Spell Candle Preparation Step by Step for Candleburning Success!”. Let set to dry. Continue to follow steps to candle preparation, including carving oil wells and putting oil in the three holes. Sprinkle a good pinch of ground cinnamon over each candle. Attach name and birth date paper to bottom of candle and photo to each candle. Set a love altar somewhere, as in the bedroom, where you can leave candle lit continuously,setting the rose and the wine next to the two candles. Pray that St. Valentine will make each of you tender and loving only to each other, forsaking all others, until the end of time. When candles are finished, take photos, name papers, rose petals and wine to the back yard of your home. Dig a small hole and place all in it, pouring the wine over all of the papers and petals. Cover with the dirt and place a good sized rock over it, to make the spot. You may want to consider planting a rose bush over the spot, in remembrance of Saint...

Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe – December 12, 2009

Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe – December 12, 2009 This upcoming weekend will be the feast day for Our Lady of Guadalupe, an avatar of the Virgen Mary that appeared to Juan Diego, a poor countryman of Tepayac, who told him of her wish to have a Shrine built when she visited him. Juan Diego petitioned the Bishop, who wanted proof and the Virgen instructed him to gather roses in his tilma, a blanket-type covering, to take to the Bishop. When he presented the roses to the Bishop, her image was imprinted on the tilma, thus convincing the construction to begin and making the tilma a Holy Relic.  The tilma was framed and is hanging in the Cathedral in Mexico City. You can read more about the legend by clicking here. On this day, many begin to decorate their Christmas trees in the United States and attend Mass with the Mariachi band playing music to the Virgen and later the family gathers at home for warm foods such as tamales, pozole and atole. Some bring the scarlet poinsettia plants to construct a household altar, as the poinsettia plant is native to Mexico. Many will light vigil candles such as this one, to offer petitions to Her. The Virgen of Guadalupe is revered everywhere and Her image can be found on shirts, jewelry and many have her image as a tatoo to show devotion and asking for her protection. Here is one that I found on the Internet: Some people believe that if you paint her image on the building where you have your business, that you will not be bothered with break-ins and graffiti. Ironically, it actually is true, as I have read an article that observations has shown that Her image reduces crime in the area. Here is a shop owner who wants a peaceful neighborhood.         Whatever your intensity of devotion to the Virgen of Guadalupe, you can agree that she is an influential image throughout the Southwest and West. Many of these statues at this market will be relocating in the living rooms of many Latino families very soon.  ...

Readers Questions | Why did the Saints pick ME?

Readers Questions | Why did the Saints pick ME? Greetings, Jacqueline! I’m a 17-year-old who is in quite a pickle here. Ever since I bought the St. Michael statue, I have been dreaming with saints. Why is this happening to me?! My mom suggested to me to purchase candles for them. They also show me the color of their candles, the baths to purchase, and oils to buy. I don’t have a job and I’m not even 18 yet. Seriously, why did they choose me and not someone with a job? I’m spiritual. Krystal ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ How fortunate for you, but I bet at this time, it doesn’t feel like you won the lottery. Apparently, the introduction of Saint Michael has opened a door for you. There is no ‘requirements’ (age, profession, race) that you need to qualify.Your Mom is right here – burn candles for the Saints and listen to them. You are gifted to do spiritual work for others and I STRONGLY suggest that before you turn away from your gift, you consider learning more about it. Here’s why. PERSONAL STORY:When I was growing up, my Mother always had the Dell Horoscope magazine around and I would read it. I always had imaginary friends. I was content to play by myself and was an only child for seven years. I had quite the imagination. I always would hear things (and still do). That is called Clairaudience (to hear). I also would cringe, clutch my stomach and shudder around people; only to ask very pointed questions to my Mom and sometimes to them; causing embarrassment. That is called Clairsentience (to feel). Then when I became a teen, I got a hold of a book (in our school library, no less) and performed a love candle spell on a boy using the moon phase, a red candle and a lock of his hair and photo. OMG! he was at another ‘boys ranch’ type of school and he wanted me to take photos of me while I was nekkid and send the photo to him! NO Way! I stopped doing any kind of magic and when my voices would tell me to turn left, I would ignore them and turn right because I was fearful of that red candle spell encounter. Freaked my booty OUT! The hard-headiness went on for many, many years and I had a lot of grief over it. In my thirties, I found out that once I was again embarking on my career in education, I was expecting another child. I was so angry at myself for not being careful and I spent many hours in the Chapel at Saint Mary’s, crying my eyes out. I was an exhausted mother of four with what I thought was ‘no future’ and another baby on the way. I went back to the Chapel for days and one day a sense of peace came over me. God told my heart that if I were to have this child, not only will I have to have another one, but He would make everything work out, if only I would listen to my messages. So I took the deal. Now, here I am, helping others as I am being helped. Now, back to you. I suggest finding a spirituality that is comfortable with you – be it Native America, Santeria, Hoodoo and Rootwork or any other semi-organized belief systems. I am not suggesting in joining nay particular organization, but these came to mind when typing. You must follow your heart. I shared my grief with you as an example of trying to NOT listen to what seems to be your calling – a Spiritual Consultant and Worker. Better to go with...

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