For a woman to encourage the birth of a child.
***Magick is a tool, not a cure. Always use magick in conjunction with modern medicine.
You Will Need:
At your Santa Muerte altar, light the green candle so you may work in its light. Holding the apple in front of your belly, recite the Fertile Womb Santa Muerte magick prayer, found below, a total of three times. As you recite the magick prayer, focus on your intent of conceiving and delivering a child. After the third recitation of the below magick prayer, proceed to the next step.
Using the small knife, cut a bite sized piece off of the apple. Recite the below Fertile Womb Santa Muerte magick prayer again, before eating and swallowing the piece of apple. Continue this process, consuming the apple one bite at a time, reciting the below magick prayer before each bite, until you have consumed as much of the apple as possible.
As you consume the apple, carefully remove any seeds that you come across from the apple's core, and save these on your Santa Muerte altar.
Allow the candle on your altar to burn until complete - leave the apple seeds on the altar to rest in the candle's light.
The core of the apple can be treated as regular trash or compost.
Distribute the Seeds
When the candle has burned to completion, retrieve all of the seeds from your altar. Carry these seeds on your person throughout the next few days. Each day, when you come across a quiet, peaceful, or beautiful area of nature, no matter how small, take one of the seeds and hold it in your hand. Recite once more the below Fertile Womb Santa Muerte magick prayer, then toss the seed onto the ground, just as you would toss a lucky penny into a wishing well. Do this once per day until all of the seeds from the apple have been distributed.
Repeat as Required
Repeat this entire ritual, from the beginning, for as long as efforts to have a child are continued.
Fertile Womb Santa Muerte Magick Prayer
Holy Death, Santa Muerte,
for a child, I now pray.
From within, I ask to bloom,
with a love to fill my womb.
Like the apple from the seed,
let new life emerge from me.
Saint of Death, Amen