You Will Need:
At your Santa Muerte altar, use the red ink pen to write your name and date of birth on the piece of paper and place the paper in the center of the burn plate / bowl. If this is a working for same sex / transgender lovers, then use the etching tool to etch the appropriate symbols onto the candle, as described above. As you perform these steps, recite the Multiple Lovers Santa Muerte magick prayer (found below) as you focus on your intent of drawing sexual partners and sexual adventures into your life. Place the genital candle in the center of the burn plate / bowl, over the piece of paper, and set the plate aside.
Now grind approximately equal parts lavender, catnip, and ginger in your mortar and pestle. Ginger is often sold as whole root or in small chips, which may incorporate easier if cut or sliced into small pieces. You ultimately want enough ground herbs to cover the outside of your candle.
Next, lightly coat the entire outside of your genital candle in avocado carrier oil, then sprinkle your ground herb mixture over all areas of the oil coated candle.
Throughout the process of creating your candle, focus on your intent of having an adventurous and active sex life as you repeat the Multiple Lovers Santa Muerte magick prayer (see below).
Using Your Genital Candle
Retrieve the plate holding your candle and piece of paper and light the prepared candle at your Santa Muerte altar. Recite the Multiple Lovers Santa Muerte magick prayer, found below, a total of three times. Let the candle burn on your altar until complete.
Discarding of Your Genital Candle
When the candle has burned to completion, you may dispose of what remains from this petition using the instructions outlined in my post How to Dispose of Magick Trash.
Multiple Lovers Santa Muerte Magick Prayer
Cloak of red, Santa Muerte,
ruler over sex and lust,
bring to bed, new adventures,
Holy Death who does not judge.
Bring the pleasure that I ask,
a time to sow wild oats,
bring a string of one night stands,
let the fun and good sex flow.
In your name, Santa Muerte, amen.