St.Martha Holy Day-JULY 29th-Turns Situations in Your Favor

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Saint Martha is known as the patron saint of servants, who, as you can imagine, got pretty damned sick of being subservient. They petitioned her to help them cope and rise out of their slavery. Saint Martha returns lovers, keeps homes happy and can help turn any situation around so you are in control of it-you will decide what happens. Martha is loyal-Anyone I know who has worked with Saint Martha has said they have never been let down and those who honor her daily have very happy homes. She is also known for easing separations, making divorce or break-ups safe and easy. 

Her Aftican counterpart, Saint Martha the Dominator; At once beautiful, protective, seductive, and dangerous, the water spirit Mami Wata/Saint Martha the Dominator (Mother Water) is celebrated throughout much of Africa and the African Atlantic. A rich array of arts surrounds her, as well as a host of other aquatic spirits--all honoring the essential, sacred nature of water. Mami Wata is often portrayed as a mermaid, a snake charmer, or a combination of both. She is widely believed to have "overseas" origins, and her depictions have been profoundly influenced by representations of ancient, indigenous African water spirits, European mermaids, Hindu gods and goddesses, and Christian and Muslim saints. She is not only sexy, jealous, and beguiling but also exists in the plural, as the mami watas and papi watas who comprise part of the vast and uncountable "school" of African water spirits. 

Mami Wata's presence is pervasive partly because she can bring good fortune in the form of money. As a "capitalist" deity par excellence, her persona developed between the fifteenth and twentieth centuries, the era of growing trade between Africa and the rest of the world. Her very name, which may be translated as "Mother Water," is pidgin English, a language developed to facilitate trade. Countless enslaved Africans forcibly brought to the Americas as part of this "trade" carried with them their beliefs, practices, and arts honoring water spirits such as Mami Wata. Reestablished, revisualized, and revitalized in the African Atlantic, Mami Wata emerged in new communities and under different guises, among them Lasirèn, Yemanja, Santa Marta la Dominadora, and Oxum. African--based faiths honoring these manifestations of Mami Wata continue to flourish in communities throughout the Americas, including Haiti, Brazil, and the Dominican Republic.

Mami Watta can be called upon for any stubborn situation that needs improvement. She can return your luck, lover or money. She is often referred to as "The Dominator".

This is a discounted group service. One candle will be lit for each paid order and your petition will be prayed over the candle.

ONE PETITION PER CANDLE, PER ORDER. Reports are sent within 72 hours from SERVICE COMPLETION. This is a discounted, group service. A short report will be sent. Candle wax can not be read in a group service.


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