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AN EFFECTIVE AMPARO
by E BRYANT HOLMAN
Date: Sun, 7 Jul 2002 23:53:39 -0500
From: "E Bryant Holman" (bryanth@presidiotex.com)
Subject: An Effective Amparo

No curandero would ever work without an amparo. If


you cure a person who has been "mal puesto", the spell,
after leaving the body of the victim, will just go right
into you, and you will either become sick, in grave danger,
or you will just have aches, pains, and a headache. In any
event, it is not worth it, so don't even try!

The best amparo is one that comes naturally, and that is


the fact of being "cruzado": having a very clearly marked
cross on the palm of ones right hand.

After that, an effective amparo is one that is given


to you by a powerful curandero, who would have to be more
powerful than any brujas or hechiceros against whom one
might cross swords, if one were to remove spells from
"patients", or if one were to go about conjuring up spirits
and "opening the windows" to the spirit world.

Barring either of these circumstances, the most


effective sources of amparo are:

1. The Santa Cruz

2. San Miguel Arcangel

3. San Cipriano del Campo Mayor

The most effective use of the Santa Cruz is the


practice known as "persinarse". There are several sayings,
which are repeated to give force to this practice, and then
there is ritual itself.

One crosses oneself, in a motion that the staff goes


from up to down, symbolizing the planting of the cross on
Golgotha, over the bones of Adam, and the crossbar is from
right to left "porque el demonio siempre se arrima por la
mano izquierda" - to show that one moves from the evil to
the good.

First one crosses oneself on the forehead, across


the eyes, with the words "Por la se�al de la Santa Cruz"
(Through the sign of the Holy Cross)

Next one crosses oneself over the mouth with the


words "De nuestros enemigos" (From our enemies)

Next one crosses ones heart with the words "L�branos


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Se�or Di�s nuestro" (Free us Lord our God)

Then one crosses oneself from the forehead to the


midsection and from shoulder to shoulder with "En el nombre
del Padre, Hijo y Esp�ritu Santo, Am�n" (In the name of the
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, Amen), and on the last syllable
of "Am�n" one touches ones heart, and then kisses ones
hand, which is held in the sign of the Santa Cruz.

The sign in which one holds ones hand when one does
this is thus:

The thumb is upright and the forefinger bent, with


the thumb in front as you look at it, forming a cross. The
three remaining fingers are held straight up symbolizing the
three nails. You must only use your right hand.

Here are the saying that are associated with the


"persinarse":

"Cruz Santa
Cruz Fuerte
Te convido
En la hora
De la Muerte
Con los clavos Me persino
Y me abrazo de la Cruz
En mi cabecera pongo
A mi verdadero Jes�s"

"Holy Cross,
Mighty Cross
I invite you
in the hour of my death
With the nails I cross myself
I embrace the Cross
And on my bedstead I
place my True Jesus."

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"�Porqu� nos persinamos tantas veces?


Porque endondequiera nos persiguen nuestros enemigos.
�La Cruz tiene virt�d para librarnos de nuestros enemigos?
S�. Tiene virt�d, por haber muerto Cristo en ella.
La primera en la frente
Para que nos libre Di�s
De los malos piensamentos.
La segunda en la boca
Para que nos libre Di�s
De las malas palabras.
La terceraa en el pecho
Para que nos libre Di�s
De las malas obras."

"Why do we cross ourselves so many times?


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Because wherever we are, our enemies follow.


Does the Holy Cross have virtue to free us from our enemies?
Yes. It does have [that] virtue, through Christ having died on it.
The first on the forehead
So that God might free us
Of evil thoughts.
The second on the mouth
So that God might free us
Of evil words.
The third on the breast
So that God might free us
Of evil works."

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The prayer of San Miguel Archangel:

"San Miguel Arc�ngel,


defi�ndenos en la batalla.
S� nuestro amparo
contra la perversidad y asechanzas
del demonio.
Repr�male Dios, pedimos suplicantes,
y t� Pr�ncipe de la Milicia Celestial,
arroja al infierno con el divino poder
a Satan�s y a los otros esp�ritus malignos
que andan dispersos por el mundo
para la perdici�n de las almas.
Am�n."

"Saint Michael Archangel


defend us in the battle
Be our protection
against perverstiy and sorcery
of the devil.
Repress him, God, we supplicants pray Thee,
and you Prince of the Celestial Militia,
fling into hell with your divine power
Satan and the other milign spirits
who go about dispersed in the world
for the loss of souls.
Amen"

In order to have amparo either before one opens the


"window to the spirit world", or if one fears one has been
hexed, or if one is attempting a limpia and fears that the
spirits that are cast out will go into oneself, one prays
this prayer, with the following acts:

1. Take a picture of oneself, or the person who will


receive the amparo, and place it between to images of San
Miguel - one image above and one below. If no picture is
available, write the person's name on a pice of paper and
subsitute it for the picture.

2. Place a red candle (preferably an actual votive


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candle with San Miguel's image on it) over the images and
light it, and pray the prayer.

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The use of San Cipriano as an amparo.

1. Place and image of San Cipriano over the name or


photograph of the person who will have the amparo.

2. Light a purple candle, preferably a votive candle


of the saint himself.

Pray the complete set of prayers including the three


creeds each time you perform any cures, limpias, or spells,
especially if you are working with dangerous spirits, like
the Santisima Muerte, for instance.

The complete set of prayers to The Glorious Martyr


San Cipriano Translated from the Spanish by Bryant "Eduardo"
Holman, Special advocate of the those who are bewitched or
are in danger of being so. Also for travelers, those in
prison, and especially for women in childbirth.

In the name of the All Powerful God, Creator of heaven


and earth, of all the saints, martyrs, and confessors, of all
of the Virgins and the blessed, of all of the angels and
seraphins and so many powers and denominations that serve
and praise the Divine Majesty on His high throne, I
supplicate such a sweet Lord, that to me these may be
conceited so many virtues that this prayer contains, so that
the demon is buried away from me in the hour of my death,
through the intercession of San Pedro and San Pablo, through
the obedience of Isaac and Jacob, through Zacar�as and that
of Jacob, through the supplications of those who keep vigils
in the praise of the Lord, through the sacrifices and the
martyrdoms of all the Holy Apostles and through the bush
that Moises saw burning, even though the fire consumed it
not, that I may see myself free from all the harm of ghosts
and diabolical visions, the same to many who may pray,
burden or assign to other persons this prayer, as was
promised to your clarified martyr San Cipriano, that those
who occur to him may be see themselves free of sudden death,
of lightning, of earthquakes, of fire and of calumnies, of
evil tongues, of evil thought of visible enemies and if some
person attempts some evil against them, that person will
become shamed and remorseful and publicly declare his guilt.
Amen

PRAYER

Omnipotent and eternal God, I supplicate thee through the


humanity and poverty with which thou wert born, through the
painful circumcision, through the copious perspiration of
blood that thou hadst in the Prayer in the Garden, through
thy most holy passion and through the intercession of San
Miguel, San Gabriel, San Juan Bautista, Santo Domingo, San
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Sebasti�n, San Fabi�n, San Marcos, San Lucas and all of the
saints in the court of heaven, that I may see myself free of
all harm and danger of relapse especially through the
intercession of my beloved and blessed martyr San Cipriano,
that thou mayest concede to me as much as this devotion asks
of thee. Amen.

Here one prays three Credos to the Sant�sima Trinidad and


then the following.

PRAYER TO THE SAINT

Most glorious bishop and martyr San Cipriano, I


supplicate thee through thy most bitter martyrdom and
through the glory that thou dost enjoy in the company of all
of those whom like thee have obtained the most happy and
deserving crown of martyrdom, that thou mayest free me from
the sorcery and enchantments of the infernal dragon, from
sudden death, from lightning and earthquake, from evil
neighbors, from dangerous highways, from robbers, from
prisons, evil tongues, from false testimonies and in the
end, that placed at thy feet and covered with thy vestments
I may be free from all of my enemies both visible and
invisible and that covered with the cloak of Magdalena that
I attain a pardon such as that of that blessed saint that my
soul be purified and my luck be happy. Amen.

PRAISES TO THE SAINT

Bishop San Cipriano


Of the greatest field
Free us from all sorcery
And of all sorcerers.

So immense is thy power


That the Lord conceded to thee
That in the hands of the sorcerer
None can even compare.

Thou hast promised to succor


Him who is in need
Thou dost heal the enchanted.

With the greatest brevity


Thou givest liberty
To the unhappy prisoner.

Of all that which is afflicted


Thou art the celestial consolation
Thou art the stairway to heaven
Of that which to thee has occurred.

Thou dost give protection to the invalid


Thou givest company to the traveler
And thou art a sure consolation
Top him that acclaims thee constant.
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At all hours and instants


Against lightning and earthquakes
Thy avocation is sweet,
Who has thy devotion
Will never be seen in prisons.

Thou dost bury the temptations


Which the demon presents to thee
Whom thy prodigies don't decrease
Thou dost free from evil tongue
And from false testimonies.

Therefor he who is in prayer


Might be carried in thy company,
Thou hast promised that he would be
Free from persecution.

The woman who is in the affliction


Of her childbirth will pray to thee
And if with faith she invoke thee
Thou wilt mitigate her longing,
Thou dost protect through thy virtue
All who invoke thee.

The persons who had this prayer and wished to reach


as many virtues as they have conceited, should pray three
Credos to the Sant�sima Trinidad, and on Sundays a Padre
Nuestro to San Cipriano through the intention of those who
may have been hexed or in danger of being so, and also for
those travelers, prisoners and women who will give birth.
The woman who is in labor will go without danger if she has
lived in the grace of God, since the Lord concedes to us as
many as he finds convenient, always if we labor under the
Holy Law.

Bryant

MY FIRST LIMPIA
by E BRYANT HOLMAN

Date: Sun, 7 Jul 2002 22:36:59 -0500


From: "E Bryant Holman" (bryanth@presidiotex.com)
Subject: My First Limpia, or, "Against the Gallina Negra"

I have visited several times now with Carlitos who, as


you know, is a powerful curandero who lives in Gomez
Palacio, Durango. Carlitos is going to instruct me from some
of the ancient books he has, and he is going to help me with
the book on curanderismo and brujeria that I am going to
publish.
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On Thursday of last week, I spoke to an American couple


who have been here for about four months now - mostly
staying at a place that they believe to be La Esmeralda, a
small community near here across the Rio Conchos from
Ojinaga: but where they actually are is a neighboring
community of San Francisco, or San Pancho as it is popularly
known, which is just over the hill from La Esmeralda.

I told them that I knew San Pancho very well, as I used


to visit there a lot, when I dated a girl from there, Eva,
some ten or so years ago, when I was first working on this
book. I said that I liked the girl, and everything was fine
with her and her family, except that I finally got fed up
with all of them because of their obsession with brujeria,
which seemed to dominate their thinking, to the point that I
finally just left the girl, because I didn't want to hear
any more about it.

The couple said that this was uncanny that I should


mention this, and they had the same impression, and that
this brought up some items that they had not discussed with
anyone else. So, to make a long story short, it is clear
that the woman, Connie, has been bewitched and that her life
is in mortal danger.

They have been staying at the house of a man who has


certain characteristics related, in a way, to schizophrenia
- he talks to himself and repeats things over and over
again. He rides a burro around, and I have seen him many
times, but I have never spoken to him. The funny thing
is that I took a picture of him on his burro several years
ago, and it is on the background of an old home page of
mine, located at
http://home.talkcity.com/GalleryDr/eduardo/index.html

Recently, Connie said that she saw a mark on this man's


arm - three red dots in the form of a perfect triangle - and
when she asked the man what this was, responded by asking,
"Sabes de las brujas?" Later, Connie saw these same three
marks on her own body, and later on, when she looked they
were gone.

I asked Cuca about this later that day, and she said
that Connie was in mortal danger, that she was going to die.
I asked her if she could cure Connie, and she said that she
could, but then the "mal" would go into her, and she would
be in danger. She said that this was "La Gallina Negra" [The
Black Hen or Black Pullet] - a particularly powerful and
evil type of magia negra. You can look that up on the
internet, on Google, and find references to this, which are
taken out of the Book of San Cipriano, by the way.

http://www.apocatastasis.com/trans_magn22.htm
is an example of what I am talking about.

[Actually, the name comes from the 18th century Frech grimoire
"The Black Pullet," in my opinion -- cat]
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I asked her if Carlitos could cure her, and she said that he certainly
could - that he was more powerful than any practitioners of La Gallina
Negra. I knew that already, actually. So I told Connie that she didn't
need to worry, that she was going to be all right, but that she had
better not go anywhere, and that she had better be available when
Carlitos got back from Gomez.

What suddenly worried me greatly was when it suddenly occured to me


that this was a Thursday, and that the next day, Friday, was one the
days in which the witches can hear you when you are talking about
them. So, I knew that Connie and her husband, Darren, would talk about
this between themselves, and the witches would hear my name, and I
would be in grave danger. So, it happens that Carlitos had given me
his card and told me that I could call him there in Gomez any time I
wanted to, and that he would be available for me. So I did just that.

At first I tried him at home, and he didn't answer, so I called him on


his cell phone, and I spoke to him, and I told him my situation. He
told me what to do to be protected for now, and that when he got home,
he would provide a protection for me on his own altar there, and I
would be completely safe, with an "amparo". What he instructed me to
do is the following:

Take two images of San Miguel Arcangel, and place one above and one
below a photo of yourself - or of the person who will given the
amparo. Get a red candle (preferably a veladora of San Miguel himself,
which I just so happened to have), say the prayer to San Miguel
(which happens to be on the back of the veladora - that was handy!)
and light the candle and set it on top of the images.

Later, I talked to Carlitos again, and he said not to worry about a


thing - that he had placed an amparo for me and that when he got to
Ojinaga, he would fix everything. I thanked him for that, and I took
home a novena of San Miguel, and I have started that. Last night I was
on the third prayer.

For my images of San Miguel that I placed my photo between, I used


novenas, since I have a whole lot of them anyway.

Connie and Darren were supposed to come back that evening, but I
didn't see them until the next day, Friday. When they got there, I
decided that, since Carlitos had an amparo for me, I would be safe in
doing a limpia for Connie. So, I did just that.

I gave her a copy of the novena of San Miguel, and told her to look at
his picture, and meditate on that, and to take off her glasses and
baseball hat. Next, I did three persinaciones, and I told her to, at
the point that one usually kisses the cross and three nails that one
makes with one's own hand, that she do that herself - on "amen" she
kiss her own hand. After that, I got a small crucifix and just made
the sign of the cross in the same pattern as one does with the
persinacion, and I prayed the Doce Verdades del Mundo while doing so.
I then pulled the evil ("males") out of her fingertips, and I said,
three times: "Espiritu de Connie, ven y no te quedes", to which I
instructed her to reply "Ay Voy".
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After that I annointed her on the head with Perfume de Siete Machos
mixed with holy water, and I asked her to turn around, and, into the
center her back, just below her shoulder blades, I blew one strong
puff, and told her she was ready.

I told her to bring me a photo of herself, which she did later, and I
put it in with mine between the two images of San Miguel, and told her
to pray the prayer on the back of the candle. She asked me if she
should do so in English of Spanish, and I told her either one, and she
chose Spanish.

She said that she felt a lot better: That, up until then, she had felt
a terrible depression, and that this ritual had completely lifted it.
I was glad she felt that way, but I was not so sure myself about the
effectiveness of all of this, and I called Carlitos again later, and I
told him all of the new details. He did not say whether my efforts
were worth the trouble or not, frankly, but he asked what her name
was, and I said "Connie", and he said he would put up an amparo for
her, too, and that she would be safe. Later on, I told her so.

Connie has had sort of like premonitions, which I would say are
probably like communications from her guardian angel, at various
stages in this. And she is sure that she was informed that I am
supposed to begin practicing what I have learned, and that this is
what I was doing here.

She said that she was pretty sure that the witches were spying on her,
and I told her that they would probably just send ghosts to do that,
but that she would know that they were coming personally to spy on her
if she saw either a small owl - a lechuza - or a ball of light. She
said that she had indeed seen a ball on light - in the room where she
was the night before, up in the corner.

She also said that she had heard a voice, and that she
could not make out all of the words, but that one word that
was repeated a lot was "regresar" and "regresando". I told
her that the witch was complaining that Carlos was going to
turn their magic back on them ("regresar el mal"). When I
talked to him about that, he said that this was true. He was
very angry because they would have tried to harm me, and
that he was going to punish them. "Estan jodidas," he said.
This is going to be a classic "pleito entre brujos". Cuca
says he is going to take away their power. But I think he is
going to do worse than that.

At
http://www.fundacionglobalnature.org/imagenes/gallina1.JPG

there is a picture of the traditional gallina negra, a


Spanish breed, which is what one uses in the ritual of
initiation to the secret knowledge of the sect. However,
these hens are not available, and so, the witches here
perform another kind of sacrifice instead, which is so
unspeakable, that I won't even speak about it. But, suffice
it to say, that if you knew what I was referring to, you say
to me - tell Carlos to to his worst!
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Connie and Darren are moving to another place. They were


moving today, and they stopped by to see me a couple of
times. Connie's sister in law is a publisher and movie
maker, and Connie is going to help us get our book published
(I say "our" book because I have a feeling that Carlos is
going to contribute so much stuff that I will have to give
him credit, in all fairness).

Carlitos had some input from the spirits that guide him,
concerning the book. They want to make sure this book has
information which readers who have undeveloped "dones"
(plural of "don" - to be clear here) will need. What their
concern is (the spirits, that is) that these people, if they
choose to take up magia blanca, that they have amparo, and
so it is especially important that I include certain prayers
from these very old books, which I must recommend for this
purpose.

http://ojinaga.com/carlitos/index.html

Bryant

Oración al Glorioso Mártir San Cipriano


The complete set of prayers to The Glorious Martyr San
Cipriano
Translated from the Spanish by Bryant “Eduardo”
Holman

Special advocate of the those who are bewitched or are in danger of


being so. Also for travelers, those in prison, and especially for women
in childbirth.

Ntra. Sra. de la In the name of the All Powerful God, Creator of heaven and earth,
Concepción of all the saints martyrs and confessors, of all of the Virgins and the
blessed, of all of the angels and seraphins and so many powers and
denominations that serve and praise the Divine Majesty on His high
throne, I supplicate such a sweet Lord, that to me these may be
conceited so many virtues that this prayer contains, so that the
demon is buried away from me in the hour of my death, through the
intercession of San Pedro and San Pablo, through the obedience of
Isaac and Jacob, through Zacarías and that of Jacob, through the
supplications of those who keep vigils in the praise of the Lord,
through the sacrifices and the martyrdoms of all the Holy Apostles
and through the bush that Moises saw burning, even though the fire
consumed it not, that I may see myself free from all the harm of
Dulces Nombres ghosts and diabolical visions, the same to many who may pray,
burden or assign to other persons this prayer, as was promised to
your clarified martyr San Cipriano, that those who occur to him
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may be see themselves free of sudden death, of lightning, of


earthquakes, of fire and of calumnies, of evil tongues, of evil
thought of visible enemies and if some person attempts some evil
against them, that person will become shamed and remorseful and
publicly declare his guilt. Amen

PRAYER

Omnipotent and eternal God, I supplicate thee through the


San Joaquín humanity and poverty with which thou wert born, through the
painful circumcision, through the copious perspiration of blood that
thou hadst in the Prayer in the Garden, through thy most holy
passion and through the intercession of San Miguel, San Gabriel,
San Juan Bautista, Santo Domingo, San Sebastián, San Fabián, San
Marcos, San Lucas and all of the saints in the court of heaven, that I
may see myself free of all harm and danger of relapse especially
through the intercession of my beloved and blessed martyr San
Cipriano, that thou mayest concede to me as much as this devotion
asks of thee. Amen.

San Ramón Here one prays three Credos to the Santísima Trinidad and then the
following.

PRAYER TO THE SAINT

Most glorious bishop and martyr San Cipriano, I supplicate thee


through thy most bitter martyrdom and through the glory that thou
dost enjoy in the company of all of those whom like thee have
obtained the most happy and deserving crown of martyrdom, that
thou mayest free me from the sorcery and enchantments of the
infernal dragon, from sudden death, from lightning and
Santa Rita earthquake, from evil neighbors, from dangerous highways, from
robbers, from prisons, evil tongues, from false testimonies and in
the end, that placed at thy feet and covered with thy vestments I
may be free from all of my enemies both visible and invisible and
that covered with the cloak of Magdalena that I attain a pardon
such as that of that blessed saint that my soul be purified and my
luck be happy. Amen.

Ntra. Sra. de
Guadalupe
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PRAISES TO THE SAINT

Bishop San Cipriano


Of the greatest field
Free us from all sorcery
And of all sorcerers.

San Martín So immense is thy power


Caballero That the Lord conceded to thee
That in the hands of the sorcerer
None can even compare.

Thou hast promised to succor


Him who is in need
Thou dost heal the enchanted.

With the greatest brevity


Thou givest liberty
To the unhappy prisoner.
El Niño Fidencio
Of all that which is afflicted
Thou art the celestial consolation
Thou art the stairway to heaven
Of that which to thee has occurred.

Thou dost give protection to the invalid


Thou givest company to the traveler
And thou art a sure consolation
Top him that acclaims thee constant.

At all hours and instants


Against lightning and earthquakes
Thy avocation is sweet,
Who has thy devotion
Will never be seen in prisons.

Thou dost bury the temptations


Which the demon presents to thee
Whom thy prodigies don't decrease
Thou dost free from evil tongue
And from false testimonies.

Therefor he who is in prayer


Might be carried in thy company,
Thou hast promised that he would be
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Free from persecution.

The woman who is in the affliction


Of her childbirth will pray to thee
And if with faith she invoke thee
Thou wilt mitigate her longing,
Thou dost protect through thy virtue
All who invoke thee.

The persons who had this prayer and wished to reach as many virtues
as they have conceited, should pray three Credos to the Santísima
Trinidad, and on Sundays a Padre Nuestro to San Cipriano through
the intention of those who may have been hexed or in danger of being
so, and also for those travelers, prisoners and women who will give
birth. The woman who is in labor will go without danger if she has
lived in the grace of God, since the Lord concedes to us as many as he
finds convenient, always if we labor under the Holy Law.

(click here to see the CREDO)

Santa Cruz de Caravaca Amulet


Most spells that are used in Mexican magic are love spells, and one of the most famous is
that of Santa Elena de la Cruz, which a lot of people have memorized, albeit in slightly
different versions. Others are for healing, typically. One such prayer and ritual is the
healing spell of the Santa Cruz de Caravaca. This name is also the title of a small booklet
which contains many very old prayers, various versions of which are used by curanderos
for different purposes.

This amulet has been "prepared", which is to say, it has been rendered effective and given
power by a Mexican curandero, Carlos Cisneros, of Gomez Palacios, Durango, who used
the curing method from the ancient grimorio La Clavícula del Rey Salomon. This involves
a series of special prayers to the seven spirits of the seven days, plus setting the amulets out
in the light of the waxing moon, and the use of both incense and special perfume.

Besides the healing spell below, the Cruz de Caravaca is actually worn or carried as a
protection against all forms of evil - particularly against black magic. There is a book or
prayers used by curanderos, known as La Santa Cruz de Caravaca, and the prayer
invoking the power of this cross is central to the collection.
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The following is a description of the healing spell, in the original Spanish, and after that,
my translation:

Para potenciar tu bienestar...


Receta de la Cruz de Caravaca

En qué casos la utilizo:

· Últimamente mi salud está pasando por un mal momento.


· Un familiar está atravesando una enfermedad y deseo que se recupere lo antes posible.
· Quiero mejorar mi estado de salud.

Qué necesito:

· Una vela de color azul.


· Un papel fino.
· Celo.
· Una foto de la persona enferma.

Este ritual lo puede hacer la persona que está enferma, o bien un familiar o amigo en
nombre de ella. La duración del ritual es de nueve días.

Comenzamos. Escribe en un papel el nombre de la persona que se encuentra mal. Una vez
hecho esto, enrolla el papel alrededor de la vela y pégalo a ésta con celo. Si tienes una foto
de la persona enferma, ponla al lado de la vela. A continuación, enciende la vela, y en una
posición de recogimiento y oración, inicia el ritual repitiendo la siguiente oración, ya sea
mencionándote a ti o a la persona que quieres que mejore:

"Santa Cruz de Caravaca, me acojo a tu poder grandioso para que tu fuerza aleje de mi
vida cualquier mal o enfermedad que me aqueje y retire las penas que me afligen. Oh, Cruz
Celestial, por el poder del bien, líbrame de todo mal. Incline el Señor su oído a mi súplica,
con la cual imploro el amor y la comprensión para mi salud. Guíame, Santa Cruz de
Caravaca, en el tránsito de mi vida terrena e ilumíname. Presérvame en los momentos más
peligrosos de mi vida, sobre todo cuando mi salud está un poco precaria. Te suplico, Santa
Cruz bendita, que tu apoyo llegue a mi vida y yo me encuentre bien para seguir
manteniendo mi fuerza de voluntad y mi salud. Amén".

Si eres creyente y deseas hacerlo, reza tres padrenuestros cada vez que repitas esta oración,
en acción de gracias por los favores que estás pidiendo de antemano.

No olvides dejar la vela encendida durante unos trece o veinte minutos cada día. Al noveno
día, tendrás que dejar que se consuma por completo.

IMPORTANTE:
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Si observas que la persona enferma no ha notado ninguna mejoría en su salud, puedes


repetir de nuevo el ritual pasados unos diez o quince días. Ten en cuenta que es una
oración muy poderosa si la haces con fe.

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To strengthen your well-being.


Recipe of the Cruz of Caravaca

In which cases it is to be used:

· Lately my health is bad.


· A relative is experiencing an illness and I desire that she recover as soon as possible.
· I want to improve my state of health.

What I need:

· A blue candle.
· A sheet of fine paper.
· Celophane
· The sick person's photo.

The person who is ill could perform this ritual, or a relative or friend on behalf of her.
The duration of the ritual is nine days.

To begin, write the name of the person that is ill on the paper. Once this is done, wind the
paper around the candle and hold it to the candle by wrapping celophane around it. If you
have the sick person's photo, put it beside the candle. Next, light the candle, and in a
position of seclusion and prayer, begin the ritual repeating the following prayer, either
naming yourself or the person that you want to see improve:

"Santa Cruz de Caravaca, I take refuge under your grandiose power so that your force
distances from my life any wrong or illness that may trouble me and retire the pains that
afflict me. Oh, Celestial Cruz, for the power of the good, liberate me of all wrong. Incline
the Lord to hear my plea, with which I implore love and understanding for my health.
Guide me, Santa Cruz de Caravaca, in the traffic of my terrestrial life and illuminate me.
Preserve me in the most dangerous moments of my life, mainly when my health is a little
precarious. I beg you, blessed Santa Cruz, that your support come into to my life and I be
well in order to continue maintaining my willpower and my health. Amen."

If you are believer and you want to do so, pray three padrenuestros every time that you
repeat this prayer, in action of thanks for the favors that you are requesting beforehand.

Don't forget leave the lit candle during about thirteen or twenty minutes every day. On the
ninth day, you will have to leave burning until it burns out completely.
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IMPORTANT:

If you observe that the sick person has not noticed no improvement in their health, you
could repeat the ritual again about ten or fifteen days later. Keep in mind that it is a very
powerful prayer if it is done with faith.

DISCLAIMER: I NEITHER MAKE NOR IMPLY AND WARRANTEES ABOUT THE


EFFECTIVENESS OF THIS SPELL. THIS IS SIMPLY A COLLECTORS ITEM AND
THE REMAINING INFORMATION IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY,
WITH REGARDS TO THE LORE SURROUNDING THIS ITEM.