ST. MARTHA AND HER MYSTERIES

 

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In the 21 Divisions and in Sanse we recognise St martha as Filomena

Lubana. …The Mystery of the Serpents, Domination,and the Queen of the

cemetery.

She is a much feared, revered, honoured and respected Mystery and she

has many many followers.

One thing that you will commonly witness in any cemetery in the

Dominican Republic is devotees of St Martha smoking cigars in her honor

or to ask her for a favor or her assistance. They will often have a

purple cloth tied around their neck. Mumbling prayers at the cemetery

with full confidence that she will help them achieve their goals.

LISTEN TO SOME MUSIC FOR ST. MARTHA HERE

And the request to her are many and various… People seek her aid in

all types of situations….

Some come to ask to dominate their lovers, return a husband or

relationship, or attract sex and desire. others are looking to overcome

some blockage or problem that lies in their path. Still yet others

looking need help in overcoming their enemies, evil spirits, or other

issues that plagued them.

The grave where she is honored and worshipped will often be clearly

marked. In some Cemeteries, decorated with her image and painted purple.

Yet in other cemeteries, you will watch many candles burning brightly

before the cross that has been erected in dedication of her service.

Many individuals who have never worked magic or done anything ever of a

spiritual nature will often remarks at how quickly powerfully and

immediately the response that they received from her when calling upon

her even the very first time. When St. Martha comes, her presence is

palatable, thick and obvious in it’s nature.

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Annual Anaisa Pye Ceremony

JULY 25TH, 2015 @ 3PM

This year is no different, just as every other year, we are excited to announce and give the annual Anaisa Ceremony in honor of the Special Mystery of Love, Joy, Gold and Seduction!  For those of you who don’t already know, Anaisa is the Patroness of our Temple and we all owe her so much!  She is known for her swiftness in assisting those who are devoted to her and her children, for her extremely powerful psychic abilities, and naturally for her powers to induce love and seduce!

As we do every year, we will also be honoring her best friend, Saint Martha the Dominatrix.  She who helps us dominate lovers as well as enemies, friends and foes, alike, this powerful Mystery is well known all over the world for her miracles and her powers.

If you would like to attend the ceremony, we are located in Berlin, NJ.  Please contact us at help@greatestspells.com  and Soley, my Godson, can give you the details.  Please be aware, we are limited to the number of people that can attend due to space constraints.  Also be aware that there will be a required donation to attend, which will go towards covering the costs of the ceremony.

Many ask me how they can be a part of the ceremony even if they can not attend.  We are always happy to make offerings and give gifts to the Lwa on your behalf.  You make a donation and we can do that for you.  You can make a donation  here:

MAKE AN OFFERING/DONATION

If you owe an offering or gift to either of these two beautiful spirits, now is the time to make sure you have paid off your debts with them.    Ensure that they are willing to help you and work with you in the future.

Lastly, many individuals often ask — Papa, I can’t afford your help, how can I get help from the Spirits still? . . . Here is your answer and solution.  Make an offering to the Spirit, although it won’t be the same as having a spell or ritual done, the Spirits recognize a good heart of faith, hope and charity and are often willing to help as long as we show a sign of our good faith, by making an offering or sacrifice of some sort!

Until Next Time,

Keep the Faith,

Papa Hector

April 19th- Feast of St. Expedite

St. Expedite!

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ST. EXPEDITE OR GEDE LIMBO

A powerful well known Saint and intercessor.  There is a special place in my heart for St. Expedite.  He has always been of great assistance to me in my life, the lives of my Godchildren and my clients.  He is swift to assist one in life, and easy to keep happy so long as you keep your word.

We also know him as Papa Gede Limbo, and he is a powerful leader over the dead in the Cemetery.  He is one of my special patrons. . . and I could go into tons of stories of how many times he has assisted me.

He has saved me from fire, has helped me increase business, has protected me and my family members from car accidents, and always warns us whenever there is danger.  He is a great protector and overseer.

Not sure if you missed it, but his special feast day was April 19th.  I almost missed it myself!

But he made sure to remind me.  And I am happy I didn’t miss it!  I make sure to take care of him yearly on this date, as well as during Fete Gede that we hold annually.  This year is no different.

I gave him his flowers, his candle, his cake and his coffee and of course, his cigarettes.  St. Expedite is a very understanding and easy to deal with Spirit, he loves to help!.  But like most, he helps his friends most readily.

So if St. Expedite has helped you at all, or if you need his help, give him his candle and his drink.  I am sure he will be there for you just as he has for me.

The following prayer is a special one to me that I use to call upon St. Expedite, enjoy:

 

Saint Expedite, you lay in rest.
I come to you and ask that
this wish be granted.

(State your request)

Expedite now what I ask of you.
Expedite now what I want of you,
this very second.
Don’t waste another day.
Give me what I ask for.
I know your power,
I know you because of your work.
I know you can do it.
Do this for me and I’ll
spread your name with love and honor
and cause your name to be invoked.
Expedite this wish with speed, love,
honor, and goodness.
Glory to you, Saint Expedite!