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Lady Muse On Breaking Blockages: Weed Killer Road Opening Ritual
Deacon Millett With The Astrological Weather: More Retro Ahead
Evan Lionheart On Inner Wellness: Tips for Emotional Healing and Stability
Aid From The Saints With Rev. Sister Jacqueline: Saint Corona, Pray For Us

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Hoodoo Psychics - The Feast Day of St. Corona 2020
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Retrograde planets this month ask us to reconsider our choices during this year of pandemic.

It's a time to remove blockages and open roads, to soothe troubled minds and adopt new saints.

Beneath the surface of our lives runs an everpresent current of anxiety and uncertainty. Our dreams are haunted.

Take time. Take care of yourself. And pray for the safety of all at risk.

We're here if you need to talk.

Many blessings,

Deacon Millett

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Lady Muse On Breaking Blockages

As we know, Springtime is when the beauty of nature appears. Trees grow leaves, grass become thick and green, flowers, bloom and the energy of life surfaces all around us. Seeds that have been planted prior to spring are expected to grow both in the natural and in the spiritual realm. Sometimes your spiritual spring harvest may have a weed problem, which can choke your bounty and stunt its growth, preventing the opening of nature's beauty. Do not be discouraged if you find weeds in your garden. This issue can be resolved by plucking up the weeds by the root which will Open the Door to Beauty.
Items Needed:
1 Black & White free-standing Jumbo candle
1 Black & Red free-standing Jumbo candle
1 Purple free-standing Jumbo candle
1 White free-standing Jumbo candle
1 Black free-standing Jumbo candle

A mixture of the following:
Abre Camino
Dirt Daubers Nest
Red Pepper
Block Buster Oil
Road Opener Oil
Power Oil
Crown of Success Oil
White Pepper
This Road Opener is designed to be done on a Full Moon. Clean yourself and your work area. Powder down your mixture of Abre Camino, Chicory, Lotus, Moonwort, Dirt Daubers Nest and Red Pepper. Draw a cross with the Cascarilla and White Pepper.  Dress your 4 corner candles (Black & White, Black & Red, all Black, all White) with your herb powder and a few drops of Block Buster and Road Opener Oil, working the candle from top to the bottom. Place your all black candle at the top of the cross, the all white at the bottom, the black and white candle on the left arm of the cross and the black and red on the right arm. Dress your purple candle with Power Oil and Crown of Success Oil and place it in the middle on top of your petition.
Your petition should be what you are trying to draw in (what you want) written three times. Be sure that you are specific when you write your petition, then turn paper clockwise and write your name across your desire three times in larger writing then your request. Dress it with a drop each of the Power Oil and the Crown of Success Oil. Fold it towards you. Turn it clockwise and fold again if necessary.

Light your candles during the hour of Sun and recite the following Prayer three times: 

My God the Creator of all things, I humbly ask that you remove all hindrances preventing the success of this request. Let my Ancestors and Guardians move on my behalf. Bind the hands, the tongues, the thoughts and movements of my enemies and do not allow anything or anyone to hinder on any level the success of this request. Pluck them up by their root. Make a way out of no way and open the roads. Make a way out of no way and open the doors. I thank you for favor and for Granting My Request.

Now Have FAITH, Stay Encouraged, and Expect Your Blessings!
Hoodoo Psychic Lady Muse ministers to the masses, helping them break free from the bondage of oppressive situations and uplifting their Spirit. Give her a call at
Deacon Millett With The Astrological Weather

When a planet appears to be in retrograde motion (a trick caused by our geocentric view in a sun-orbiting system), it retraces its previous steps, making this a good time to rethink, but not to initiate, in areas where the retrograde planet has influence.

This month, three additional planets join Pluto (planet of power, secrets, and death) in retrograde, turning their strengths inward and asking us to reconsider the actions we have taken.

Saturn Retrograde
May 11 to September 29, 2020

Saturn rules structure, self-discipline, and confinement, spending a third of the year retrograde. When direct, it points a stern finger toward the future, focusing us on goals and life direction. Now is the time to step back and reevaluate your efforts thus far. If your ladder is leaning against the wrong wall, it's best to stop and reposition now. If you've been meaning to take a personal inventory, now is also the time.

Venus Retrograde
May 13 to June 25, 2020

Old loves, friends and feelings resurface during Venus retrograde. A "personal" planet (due to its proximity to the Sun), Venus rules relationships and money. Its wise to slow down in both regards when Venus isn't actively lending a hand. It's common to struggle with love and money during Venus retrograde. Take the time to learn from, and forgive, your mistakes. Decisions made during this time may well be regretted later, particularly when it comes to outward appearances. Don't remodel the house or redo your hair if you can help it.

Jupiter Retrograde
May 14 to September 12, 2020

Jupiter rules luck and learning, and it is a planet of excess, expansion and indulgence. During this period you'll want to reflect on past studies and big ideas rather than engage in new risk-taking and adventure. Remember, retrogrades are inward rather than outward, past rather than future. There are no thoughts too big for this philosophy-loving planet to consider at this time. If ever there was a time to reinvent yourself, this is it!


Evan Lionheart On Inner Wellness

Tips for Emotional Healing and Stability

When traumatic situations arise, regaining emotional balance can be a challenge. With many focused on physical health, it’s crucial to remember the importance of caring for the emotional body. Cultivating good emotional health not only bolsters the immune system but also offers mental and spiritual clarity. Below are a few spiritual tips you can employ to improve spiritual well-being. 

Washing Away What Ails
Of the four elements, water is, to many, that most closely associated with healing, tranquility, and purification. Spiritual bathing is an integral part of healing and restoring the emotional body and spirit. Some excellent curios to add to a calming bath include Florida Water, Tranquility oil, and crushed or powdered lavender buds. 

Light Your World
Color and light can do wonders to improve the mood. Bring both into your environment with candle magick. Yellow candles can be burned to invite uplifting, solar energy to a person or space. Fix with orange oil before burning for added effect.

Green Peace

Herbs and roots can function as facilitators of emotional expression and healing. My top three:

• Queen Elizabeth root, helpful in keeping the emotions in balance.
• Aspand Rue, burned to comfort during times of grief.
• Clary Sage, used as an oil to calm and elevate one's mood.

Wishing you and yours continual health & peace.

Let Evan Lionhart inspire you with a personal reading on Hoodoo Psychics! Heartfelt conjure and traditional rootwork are his specialities.

Aid From The Saints With Rev. Sister Jacqueline

I became aware of Saint Corona a few days before Easter -- the time that was projected as an affirmation of Hope that we could open our country "up" again from COVID-19 and its devastating effects. Her introduction came to me through an e-mail link to a "Patron Saint of Epidemics." Intrigued, I read the translated Austrian web page of the Parish dedicated to her -- a former monastery dating back to the 1000's and formally named Heiligenstatt. Once Heiligenstatt solidified into a community, the name of the monastery was changed to the Parish of St. Corona at Weschel.

The claim that St. Corona was the patron Saint of Pandemics was first circulated by GloriaTV, with certain popular Catholic websites and even the Diocese of Lansing, Michigan, also helping spread the word. In fact, Corona has been considered a Patron Saint of lumberjacks and treasure hunters, not pandemics or plagues.

Where Did This Come From?

Best guesses are that St. Corona lived around AD 165 in Cilicia, part of today's Turkey. Legend states that in AD 177, during the persecution of Christians under the Roman Emperor Antonius Verus, a Roman soldier named Viktor, from Cilicia, was martyred and executed for his Christian faith. Encouraged by Viktor's courage to confess, Corona, the wife of a soldier, also professed to be a Christian. The governor had Corona tied with ropes between two bent palm trees, and her body was torn to pieces by the palm trees snapping back.

The Italian Connection

It has been said that her head is particularly venerated in Monte Romane, Italy; Emperor Otto III (983 -- 1002 AD) brought relics of St. Corona to Aachen, Germany, where they are kept in the cathedral to this day. The feast of St. Corona is celebrated on May 14th.

Dedication to St. Corona, seen as an avatar to deliver requests for steadfastness in faith, is for safety against storms and crop failures. At the time, tree cutters lived almost exclusively in sparsely populated, wooded areas and theirs was a dangerous profession, so they sought protection and help from St. Corona and adopted her as their patron saint. They hoped for special protection and help for their concerns, as St. Corona had been killed by two palm trees, and would take sympathy on those who worked gathering the wood for construction of homes and other structures. In northern Italy as well, she is particularly revered as a patron saint of forest workers, whether migrant workers or lumber traders.

So Why Not Ask Saint Corona?

What if we choose to see Saint Corona as an avatar to deliver requests for deliverance from epidemics, requests of help in the small needs of daily life? Would she answer us, just as she answered generations of woodsmen who felt a kinship to her?

One of the things that has developed as a result of this pandemic is the time for introspection and a re-evaluation on what truly is meaningful and what matters in this life.

So I offer up a ritual for you, to ask for strength during this time, and for a diminishing of the ravages of COVID-19. 

Ritual For St. Corona On Feast Day May 14th
For Protection From The Coronavirus Covid-19

• White Sage smudge stick
• 1 white 7-day "novena" type vigil candle
• 1 glass of cool water
• 1 small vase of white carnations
• 1 prayer card or image of St. Corona (can be printed off the Internet)

First, clean candle with lemon juice or Florida Water, making sure you clean outside and inside of glass, top of wax, and wick. Set aside to dry. When dry, set in center of table or altar.

Smudge candle above, below, and around outer glass. Set smudge bundle aside in fire-safe container or dish to use again.

Fill glass with cool water (spring water is best). Set to right of candle.

Arrange white carnations in vase and set to left of candle.

Place image of St. Corona in frame or tape/tack to wall behind candle, making sure that it is sufficiently distanced from candle flame for fire safety.

Relight white sage smudge bundle and smudge the entire altar offering area. Set bundle aside in fire-safe container or dish.

Say these words:

Lord Jesus Christ, You came into this world for our salvation. Look kindly on us now, we pray, that we, and all those who serve You, might be kept safe from this epidemic.
Heal those who are sick, comfort the suffering, bring back those who have gone astray, and above all, increase our faith, O Lord. 
Give us the grace to follow You and, like the martyr St. Corona, who gave her life for love of You, to take up our crosses daily without fear or hesitation.
Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the living God, have mercy on us and on the whole world.
St. Corona, we ask that you protect COVID-19 victims, and pray for us.

Allow candle to burn until it is out. If you have to extinguish candle, make sure you snuff out the candle, as blowing it out means you are 'done' with the ritual and will not be re-lighting the candle. Snuff candle out with candle snuffer or by placing a ceramic or glass plate or other flame-proof flat dish over the rim of the vigil candle, allowing it to go out naturally.

Re-light candle when you want to continue with the ritual until candle is finished. When the ritual is done (about 7 days), pour out the water into the drain of the street or somewhere away from your home so you will not step or "cross" over it. Crush the flowers into a large pot of boiling water along with Epsom Salts, Florida Water, and a capful of clear ammonia, for a future cleansing bath for yourself.
Prognosticator, proprietor, author, and educator, Rev. Sister Jacqueline (ex 9999) is one of the many talented readers with Hoodoo Psychics. Read more on what she can do for you in her biography page on Hoodoo Psychics or reach her at 1-888-4-HOODOO ex 9999 on Wednesday evening and most Saturdays and Sundays.




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