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Check out these awesome Santa Muerte LED altar candles available on Zazzle.
The artwork is by an amazing artist, and my little sister, Sarah - www.SarahBustillo.com. More to come as I can afford to commission more artwork.
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For success in a new job, project, or other endeavor.
This magick seal is intended to draw money and wealth into your life.
Card: La Torre / The Tower
Numerical Value: 16
Astronomical Symbol: Pisces
Depiction: In the Tarot de la Santa Muerte, the card "La Torre" shows a large, black cloaked Santa Muerte standing tall beside a tower made of brick. The Santa Muerte swings a scythe through the center of the tower, ripping it in half and sending bricks and debris into the air. From the top of the tower bellows fire and black smoke. The land on which the scene takes place is shown as dirt, and buried beneath the surface of the dirt are three items - a skull, a sword, and a crown. The background of this scene is marked by a glowing sun placed directly behind the head of the Santa Muerte, along with orange, red, and white clouds.
Card: El Diablo / The Devil
Numerical Value: 15
Astronomical Symbol: Capricorn
Depiction: In the Tarot de la Santa Muerte, "El Diablo" depicts the black cloaked Santa Muerte holding a scythe in one hand and a near-ended hourglass in the other. Beneath her, crouching on the floor controlling a marionette with one hand and using the other hand to poke needles into a voodoo doll, is a bright red, goat-man looking devil with horns. A series of nine yellow stars can be seen at the top of the scene, and the background is consumed by fiery clouds red, orange, and dark gray.
Some of my readers / viewers have asked for some book recommendations. So here you go!