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Saint Expedite Novena Candle Questions and Answers

Unread post by theusurper » Thu Apr 30, 2009 4:21 pm

i burned a candle to saint expedite asking for something, and the candle burned and left a pile of wax , one like a heart and the other like a pile of rocks. somebody can tell me what that mean? because in others time the candle burned withoud wax remain.

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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Thu Apr 30, 2009 5:07 pm

Love on the rocks? Rocky relationship? Perhaps something is blocking that you really want. I would probably do some road opener work. I am not sure if this is a request for him in the love area. If it is this you might have a hard time getting what you want. Maybe do some road opener work either ask st expedite again, or work with a saint that is more relevant to your situations. St expedite might have a hard time granting your request in a fast manner.
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Unread post by thexfiles1966 » Wed Jul 29, 2009 2:13 pm

Question: when I lit my St. Expedite candle it started out with 2 flames on 1 wick. Does this mean anything in particular?

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Unread post by Miss Bri » Wed Jul 29, 2009 3:50 pm

It could mean a bunch of different things. If you want more information I would suggest that you contact someone who reads candles or fire :-)
A list of folks who do this kind of divination can be found at: www.readersandrootworkers.org

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Re: St. Expedite Candle

Unread post by thexfiles1966 » Wed Jul 29, 2009 3:58 pm

Thanks much -- :)

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Question about the Saints candles

Unread post by dlyr4u » Sun Oct 18, 2009 6:54 pm

Is it possible to burn St. Expedite Candle with a St. Joseph Candle for a job....... or burn a St. Expedite Candle with a St. Anthony Candle for money. Reason why I ask I'm not sure if it is possible to burn St. Expedite with other Saint candles.

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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Mon Oct 19, 2009 2:08 am

Anything is possible, but if you are trying to get a job, I would burn a road opener, and a St. Joseph candle. In terms of money, well I would decide is this fast money like you just need 50 bucks for gas or something. Or is this money to win the lottery. Or are you trying to get someone to give you money? If its fast money, I would employ St. Expedite by himself. The thing about St Expedite is you need to be specific, but not TOO specific, but give him a deadline, and be realistic. Obviously St expedite can't bring you a job in day, especially if you have not been looking.

In the past, I have worked with St. expedite and another Saint. I just remain realistic about what St. Expedite can do in a certain amount of time. Or I assess if a saint is better to work with. But I mean if you are really worried about that burn at Fast luck candle. In the instance of the job, if you want a specific kind of job in a certain field, then I would stick to st joseph. If you want any kind of job, then I would use St expedite with St joseph. I say this because if you are going to be picky, it might be hard to bring this to you quickly working with st expedite.
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Unread post by adam283 » Sat Dec 12, 2009 4:03 pm

ok so i got my St. Expedite candles taday and i seen they were dressed already and on the back it sayd they are dressed to win in court cases which is not what I want to use them for .... on the webpage it said "Please note that we only dress or prepare glass encased vigil and novena candles, not other types of candles" so I did not say that I didnt want them dressed cause it does not mention St. Expedite...

I want to use one to help repair my relationship... should I just wash the candle and let it dry then add my own herbs and oils?

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Unread post by jwmcclin » Sat Dec 12, 2009 6:55 pm

Are u saying u purchased this from LM? ...and it was dressed for a court case spell?
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Re: st Expedite candle

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Sun Dec 13, 2009 1:26 am

I know which vigil candle you are talking about. While, I don't work for LM so I can't tell you for sure, the candle is actually dressed with St. Expedite Oil and similar luck bringing oils. The back says that it helps with legal and court matters because that is one of the things that St. Expedite can be used for-to speed up legal proceedings etc. You can call LM to double check, but I believe you can still use the candle for other petitions involving a speedy conclusion. Let us know, if you call and find out.
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Re: st Expedite candle

Unread post by adam283 » Sun Dec 13, 2009 2:04 pm

I called Lm and they said it is general herbs and oils... that once I go to use it to add my own oils and herbs along with those.

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Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Mon Dec 14, 2009 12:59 am

Sounds right. Make your petition, add whichever herbs and oils that fit the condition you are seeking.
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Unread post by Tabbylove17 » Mon Dec 14, 2009 10:18 pm

I agree with Conjure man. Just use oils such as come to me, return to me you know stuff that is for relationships. All is well!
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catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by thatdude915 » Sun Dec 27, 2009 4:22 pm

I just bought the st. expedite, st. anthony candles and st.jude and st. expedite oil, i have a little alter set up with a st. expedite statue as well as a saint jude statue, i have been praying st jude novenas as well as st expedite and st anthony novenas, how do i light these candles and pray to reconcile with my ex girlfriend who i was with for 5 years and i am the one who broke it off? what about petetion papers that i keep reading about ? confused i am

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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Sun Dec 27, 2009 4:31 pm

A petition paper is a paper that includes the names of all parties involved and petition/the result that is sought after. You place this usually under the candle/glass. You can read more about them through the boards, or the various LM links.

If the candles are fixed then simply pray what you want over each one as you place your petition underneath then light and let them go. Remember, to offer payment to each saint that you work with to give them incentive to answer your prayers. All three like some form of recognition publically, but you can read more about them on the boards.

If the candles are not fixed, heat up a screw driver and poke 4 holes on top of the candles and pour in the oils and herbs that correspond to what you seek.
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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by thatdude915 » Sun Dec 27, 2009 4:37 pm

thanks, i think they are fixed to each saint but i dont think it is to my petetion, should i buy the reconcile oil? what else do i need ? also can i use regular paper for my petition? and do i fold it and slide it under the bottom?

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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by jwmcclin » Sun Dec 27, 2009 4:55 pm

Are these LM candles?
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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by thatdude915 » Sun Dec 27, 2009 10:08 pm

yes they are from lm, I dont know how the process is with it , I light my saind just candle and say the novena 6 times a day for nine days and i have seen progress but like i need more, she is with another guy right now as well :( dont know what else to do

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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Sun Dec 27, 2009 10:23 pm

before you can bring someone back to be with ONLY you...you need to break them up first. And personally I wouldnt work with st expedite when it comes down to love matters like this. If you do...give him a time frame so you know when you need to pay him. Otherwise, he might grant your wish the soonest he can which might be months from now...and you might not pay him because you might think he did not come through for you.

I would just stick to st anthony. I heard he is GREAT for this kind of work. However, if she is with someone else you need to do some break up work otherwise you will be in a situation where she is seeing both of you.
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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by thatdude915 » Sun Dec 27, 2009 10:43 pm

thanks :), so when i pray to st. expedite do i say i want it done soon, or how do i bring up the time frame? also do i leave the candle on until it burns out? what signs should i look for ? can i ask him to bring her back to me and break them up or is that to much?

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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by freegirl » Sun Dec 27, 2009 11:02 pm

This is very interesting, I used St. Expedite for a very specific request last week. I am also working separation work now, but was not using St. Expedite because I thought that one only asked him for something very specific and very urgent. I have roses and poundcake on my "altar" (really just a part of my dresser, but it's where I place candles) now. I am Jewish so the Catholic saints are new to me (I am thinking of them as spirits but not quite saints, trying to leave my own religion out of it as much as possible).

I just ordered some petition candles to be set for me at LM but am wondering if I should add St. Expedite, or wait until the next round. I think I'll be setting a few candles every week. I did not realize you could work with him that way on a specific time frame.

But in terms of the Catholic newbie... don't forget to do what YOU can do too-- if you broke it off and you were together for five years I would be surprised if she didn't still have a place for you in her heart. Love letters and romantic gestures are rare these days and might go a long way, even just saying "I made a terrible mistake, I love you and miss you."

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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by thatdude915 » Mon Dec 28, 2009 10:09 am

thatnks, yeah i have a saint expedite altar as well as a saint jude altar set up in my room , have you been seeing progress freegirl? yeah i am also doing my part , i am going to go play her a song i wrote her next week.

what does one do with the petition paper? can i use computer printer paper for it? do i have to fold it?

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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Mon Dec 28, 2009 10:40 pm

If you prefer working with saints then look into Saint Martha to help bring her back and away from this other guy. Saint Anthony can help with the returning process. Consider dusting your love letters with Reconciliation powders and Come to Me powders to give them the extra power they need.
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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by thatdude915 » Mon Dec 28, 2009 10:51 pm

any more advice would be welcomed :)

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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by thatdude915 » Mon Dec 28, 2009 10:52 pm

thanks conjureman!, i also started a novena to st.anthony and am going to light the candle when it gets here, do you know of any success story's with these types of things? will it end up biting me in the butt later on down the road?

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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Wed Dec 30, 2009 3:08 am

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can i ask him to bring her back to me and break them up or is that to much?
I answered this question already. Personally, i would not use him for those matters
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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Wed Dec 30, 2009 3:35 am

I mean if you had a bad break up..."rushing" this person to you is probably going to be a failed attempt, and then you are going to think that St. Expedite failed you. St. Expedite can be worked with for vindictive work, however, with a break up things can be slightly complicated. I can say for my experience when I first was introduced to St. Expedite he did not grant my request. I mean if you are realistic about your requests then I would work with him, but if you are expecting them to break up or come back to you within 2 days or even a month it might not happen given the circumstances. More circumstances is if this person you have not talked to for a while long Im talking like years. I dont know if it were here or another forum but someone wanted to bring back an ex from 5 years ago. Thats absurd. If you had absolutely NO contact with that person for 5 years, I dont even think a saint could bring back that person at that point.

Now st. Jude. Personally, i have worked with him for the same kind of work to bring back a lover and to be honest I do not think he granted my wish either. I mean he deals with hopeless cases, and things despaired of. In that sense, I consider break up with someone and wanting them back not a hopeless case and despaired of. Your well-being, health, and your life is not in jeopardy. How is not having someone hopeless in terms of you continuing on with your life? Most of the time it is not a hopeless case...it is just something we think we need because it hurts so bad.

Now saints I would worked with...is Saint Martha. I have used her for all kinds of things not only just domination...that goes from enemy work to getting a job to break up work to bringing them back into my life. Personally, I have not worked with St Anthony (YET), BUT I have heard great things about him. He loves a brown candle along with some rum, and I think a cigar. So if you want to bring back a lover to reconcile he is your man.

Next, is the intranquil spirit to torture the hell out of them to bring them back forcefully. However, you need to realize the relationship is not going to be like it was before. Chances are you are going to have to do some Stay with me Work, and you are going to have to do some work to make sure they stay in love with you. Also, address whatever the original problem is that broke you up.


You do not need to work with four different saints. I understand your urgency, however, more is NOT more in Hoodoo. I dont understand why people like to use so many ingredients or whatever on this board. I can use 3 ingredients and have better results than me using 50. The important thing is to remember is this addressing my objective, and is this the BEST option.

In this case, I would work with St. Martha, and/or St Anthony. Later on down the line after some time, you might want to work with the Intranquil Spirit. But that would have to be if the situation is dire.
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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by nknk2 » Wed Dec 30, 2009 6:18 pm

wonderful post starsinthesky7......worth going into separate thread like-----> Must read for all Newbies!

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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by IBMagnet » Fri Jan 01, 2010 2:18 pm

StarInTheSky:

You mention in another post to gift saitn martha and other saitns after they do the work because well fed spirits are lazy. I am working st martha for both Job Steady and to return a lover.

I keep fresh daily water, ginger and surgar in the dish with a few small white flowers with promise of more lavish gifts in the future. Is that too little? I don't see any movement yet. How would I know she's hearing me?

Second, I work a green Job Steady candle next to the red one and up until today, I was working them seperately. Today, I had missgivings about the Job Steady. I have a job and just want to make sure I don't get layed off as the company is going through some change. Today, it occured to me that I am/might actualy be torturing my bosses! I don't want that. I just want them to favour me when the time comes and they consider lay-off. When I read the prayer to the red candle, I kept the green candle near as the prayer calls for "grant me health, pritect my job". I held them both as I prayed. I felt more comfatble that way than calling for specific torture of my boss.

Have I caused any damages? Maybe it is working behind the scene and is insuring that I get fired instead if suddenly people who have no business thinking about me off-duty are getting rattled with thoughts of me.

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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by IBMagnet » Fri Jan 01, 2010 2:20 pm

I typed all wrong. something with my keyboard. hope you can read it.

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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Fri Jan 01, 2010 9:46 pm

If I were a Saint (as I should be lol jk ;) ) But if I were...it would make me not work with you if you are doubting me, and overthinking. Overthinking applies to saint work as well. As for saints becoming "lazy", well let me put it to you this way, if someone gave you money before you were suppose to perform the job...would you work as hard at it. Basically there is no incentive there. In addition, and I have said this before, it depends on your circumstances, and saints are not going to grant all of your request all the time.

If you feel like st martha is torturing your bosses, then work with st joseph. He is great for work matters, and employment. So work with him. Look on google for a prayer with st joseph and employment. However, if you felt praying to st martha to dominate them to protect your job. That is fine. Sometimes prayer from the heart is just as good as the official prayer.

As for your st martha offerings, I just give her water, and thank her with flowers at the end. But if promise her more lavish offerings after she grants your petition. Then you must come through with those. Promising a saint anything you must come through or they may not work with you anymore.

How do you know she is hearing you? Well first off you need to relax if it has only been one week...um thats not long enough. That was just an example. Like I said you need to consider your circumstances, and you need to understand that saints have to work with what they are given. St. martha or any saint has to be given ample time to work through what they have been given. In addition you may choose to do some work such as a sweet jar or something to help the situation.

I would get a reading to see if she is actually helping your situation. .
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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by thatdude915 » Mon Jan 04, 2010 12:00 am

thanks starsinthesky, that was very good, like i say i am a newbie to this lol, this is all so confusing

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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by thatdude915 » Mon Jan 04, 2010 11:34 am

has anybody gotten real good results with this? also did it last?

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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Mon Jan 04, 2010 5:20 pm

Real good results concerning what...Saints... I definitely have, and they did last. Sometimes Saints can do what we cannot do if they are willing to work with you. I mean there have been literally one or two petitions Saint martha has not granted for me, but she always comes through for me in the end anyways as long as its not something ridiclously out there. Saint Michael I can tell you can through for a client that wanted me to protect her friend for someone who was stalking her. He literally went to jail the next day. Unfortunately he was able to get out, then I made the petition more specific...again he was back in there again and has been in jail sense.

For love work, Saint martha has come through for me. I recommend to my client to make the petitions small and then build up from there. Do not simply say to saint martha, bring back my lover. I tell my clients to ask that saint martha help them bring him into contact with them, then maybe work up to a date, and so forth. See how that builds up to the the ultimate goal rather than starting off with a huge goal because that is obviously going to take some time, and then you are going to think she or any saint has failed you...when that is probably not the case.

The results will last as long as you want them to, and as long as you do not go and mess things up again or whatever caused whatever to happen in the first place. That goes for spell work and saint work. But again it depends...everyones situation is different, and sometimes things were just not meant to be...thats why a reading is imperative or some follow up work might be needed to maintain what you want. But as far as saints I have gotten lasting results..period.
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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by thatdude915 » Mon Jan 04, 2010 8:36 pm

awesome, i have been praying alot, do saints break up people? i dont know if that is wrong to ask a saint? how long should i keep praying then?

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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Tue Jan 05, 2010 1:23 am

The only person I have worked with to break someone up is saint martha, but it was indirectly. I did not ask can you break up john and jane, but more like can you dominate john to be miserable with jane. Or can you make john hate jane. I did this while I was working my break up stuff,a nd it definitely helped. Pray until your goal has been accomplished.
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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by IBMagnet » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:00 pm

starsinthesky7, I have been reading the prayer you posted. It asks only to dominate. where do I say dominate so-and-so for what? I just read the prayer straight. where do i say what you're saying above?

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Re: catholic newbie to candles need help please....

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:28 pm

Saint Rita can be used to break up abusive relationship, specifically. I think besides her Saint Martha and possible Saint Christopher are the only saints used to cause break ups, but don't quote me on that one. I'm not overly familiar with saints.
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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Wed Jan 06, 2010 12:02 am

You can write an actual petition or prayer card to st martha for what you exactly want help with. That is what I put my specific intentions. I say the prayer, and then ask her for her help in what I wrote on the prayer card.
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Unread post by thatdude915 » Tue Jan 12, 2010 11:32 am

thanks guys for you input :), also by being extremely positive has more effect on the spell?

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Unread post by thelightfantastic » Tue Jan 12, 2010 1:27 pm

Being positive helps your work to an extent, but your best bet it is to "set it and forget it". In other words, don't overthink the situation or any spellwork you've done.
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Saint Expedite Novena Candle Questions and Answers

Unread post by Shiva2500 » Mon Apr 12, 2010 7:47 pm

Hey guys,

So, I noticed Monday April 19th is St. Expedite's Feast Day! Do you think it would be better to burn a candle for him on that Monday or still the following Wednesday?

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Re: Saint Expedite Candle- Which day would be better?

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Mon Apr 12, 2010 10:52 pm

I would light the candle every Wednesday,and celebrate him on his feast day.
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Re: Saint Expedite Candle- Which day would be better?

Unread post by Devi Spring » Tue Apr 13, 2010 5:33 pm

Seconded. Just light a candle in his honor on his feast day - just show your appreciation. Petition for his aid on the Wenesday.

Although, I am also aware of a line of thought within folk Catholic practice that says that petitions made on a saints feast day are particularly potent.

So, it's up to you what feels right. A divination could help you decide what is best in your situation.
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Re: Saint Expedite Candle- Which day would be better?

Unread post by Turnsteel » Tue Apr 13, 2010 5:41 pm

Could always do both. Go to him and make your petition on his feast day, then light a candle for him and petition him every Wednesday until your request is granted or time is up. I find that for a "long term" goal it is helpful to go to him every Wednesday.
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Re: Saint Expedite Candle- Which day would be better?

Unread post by Shiva2500 » Tue Apr 13, 2010 6:24 pm

Hello Everyone,
Thanks for all the responses!
I am currently waiting on my 7-day vigil from LM so, unfortunately what exact day I start it would all depend on if I'll have my order by monday. But, I have never worked with Saint Expedite or any other saint(s) before... so:

- Miss starsinthesky7, How does one celebrate him on his feast day?

- Devi Spring, HailDiscordia, starsinthesky7 and everyone else, I understand his color is red, but I don' think I have any specific supplies to honor him with... I do have Lucky 13, Attraction & 7 Holy oil, could any of them work as far as dressing a red altar candle for him?

Thanks again for all your help and support!

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Re: Saint Expedite Candle- Which day would be better?

Unread post by Shiva2500 » Tue Apr 13, 2010 7:12 pm

Hey guys,
I was just reading up on Saint Expedite from previous posts and:

- So, St. Expedite can be petitioned for any delays be it money/ legal/ love etc, right?

- Also, if I am trying to get some money whether it be from a law suit settlement, freelance clients or a steady job... Would I be better off just 'writing an amount by a certain date on my 7-day vigil petition for general money drawing and leave it up to him how I get that sum' OR should I mention all the areas I am trying to draw money from and not necessarily specify a date OR should I keep this vigil specific eg. law suit settlement, and say this much by this date... and do other candles later for the other urgent money issues?

- Would 3 white tealights forming a triangle around the 7-day vigil dressed in 7-Holy oil be a good addition to my prayer ritual?


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Re: Saint Expedite Candle- Which day would be better?

Unread post by Devi Spring » Tue Apr 13, 2010 7:34 pm

7-11 Holy Oil is a perfect one to offer to him, or any saint.

St. Expedite can indeed be petitioned to expedite those things that are urgent. I always recommend doing a divination first before petitioning to ensure that he is appropriate to petition for your case. That way you don't waste time on an urgent matter if he is not likely to grant your need, and you can concentrate on going by another avenue.

If you need a particular sum by a certain date, let him know that - then let him work. Giving a fixed need by a specific deadline is, I've found, the best way to get the exact results that you need.

If you are working for speedy resolution of a legal case, I would work that seperately from your money petition. Again, always do a divination to ensure that he will work for that specific petition.

You can add the tealights if you wish as an offering on the feast day. It's certainly a nice addition, but not necessary. But if you feel called to provide that for him, than certainly follow your intuition.
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Re: Saint Expedite Candle- Which day would be better?

Unread post by Miss Bri » Wed Apr 14, 2010 6:08 am

Shiva2500

Yes he can, he is the Saint of swiftness, if you look at his iconography he is usually depicted stomping on a black crow that has a banner coming out of its beak with the word "cras" a pun on the "cra, cra" sound that crows make but also the Latin word for "tomorrow", as in why put off tomorrow what we can accomplish today?!?

You could do this a couple of different ways, if the most important thing is getting a specific sum of money and you don't really care how/where it comes from then I would petition him as you describe above. If however you feel that its really important to get money from ALL available sources then I would do separate petitions. I would petition him for x amount from the law suit, x amount from new clients, x amount from a new job, etc. This would be performing several different rituals for him (and each one, assuming that they come through, would need to be rewarded with pound cake and flowers.)

"Would 3 white tealights forming a triangle around the 7-day vigil dressed in 7-Holy oil be a good addition to my prayer ritual?"
You could add them, typically you also have a glass of water and his prayer card on the altar where you are working. After he comes through for you, you reward him with flowers and pound cake. I like using the small 4 inch red candles anointed with LMC's St. Expedite or Fast Luck oil.

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Re: Saint Expedite Candle- Which day would be better?

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Wed Apr 14, 2010 3:24 pm

I would celebrate him by lighting a candle to him, and giving him things that he likes such as pound cake, and flowers. You can even donate some money to a church in his name if there is one...or anything else that you find fit that needs a donation. Also, perhaps celebrate him by getting a statue on your altar...which is always a nice gesture.
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Unread post by moonchild88 » Mon Apr 11, 2011 6:08 pm

Hi all

I have just brought and received a glass encased St Expedite candle and need some help in what to do next.

1. Is it okay for me to light the candle fresh each day and let it burn for 7 or 8 hours before blowing it out (or for less than 7 hours if I'm going out) and to keep doing this each day until the candle is all used up?

2. Would it be the same as if I left the candle to burn uninterrupted until it is finished? I ask this as my husband doesn't want candles burning in the house unattended.

3. Is it better to offer St Expedite flowers and pound cake or is it the same just offering flowers?

4. Is there any preference the Saint has for a particular flower or a particular colour?

5. How long do you leave the thank you offering out -- until the flowers die?

6. Do I have it right that you only offer the gift of flowers if St Expedite grants your request?

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Re: Saint Expedite Novena Candle Questions and Answers

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Mon Apr 11, 2011 6:31 pm

1. Do not blow out the candle. You may pinch them out, or even snuff them out with a candle snuffer but do NOT blow them out. Yes you can light the candle each day until the candle is gone.

2. I really dont like to leave candles burning unattended. Fire safety should always be a priority. But some have gotten around that by leaving them in a sink or tub with a bit of water. A pot is another alternative...a bucket pull of sand is another one. It really depends on what methods you follow. Some like to leave them burning straight, but others cannot. If you cannot then you can put it out.

3. He typically likes both, but I have given him just pound cake at times. It is important to give him whatever you offer him. Yes you can give him either or as you have stated.

www.luckymojo.com/saintexpedite.html

4. It does not matter what kind of flowers as long as they are real.

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5. We have covered this in this thread

working-with-deities,-angels,-spirits,- ... -t450.html

But the short answer is...you take the offerings and you can give them back to the earth. So I like to take the wilting flower and sprinkle the parts in my front yard. The water sprinkle around your garden as well or give it to a potted plant. Do not throw away the offerings as that would be disrespectful to the saint.

6. Yes only give the payment if he comes through for you.
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Re: Saint Expedite Novena Candle Questions and Answers

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Sat Apr 21, 2012 8:53 am

I love burning Saint Expedite candles because of the old-fashioned custom of using the candle glass as a vase to hold flowers in water after he comes through for you.

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Re: Saint Expedite Novena Candle Questions and Answers

Unread post by kaboodle » Mon Mar 10, 2014 10:23 am

I have St Expedite Oil, do I need to get a St Expedite Novena Candle or can I just use a regular store bought red candle? How big or small should the candle be? Can I put St Expedite Oil on a St Jude Novena Candle or is that a major no no? (Cuz St Jude is for desperate/hopeless causes and St Expedite is for immediate answers and my case is both desperate and in need of immediate assistance)

Also, is it wrong to petition two saints at once? Will this speed up results or just backfire?

Sorry for the multiple questions!!! :oops:

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Re: Saint Expedite Novena Candle Questions and Answers

Unread post by natstein » Mon Mar 10, 2014 12:17 pm

Hello Kaboodle,

If all you happen to have is a red candle from the store then you can use your Lucky Mojo St. Expedite oil on it. If you can though you might go ahead and order a St. Expedite candle.

Let me preface this with the fact that I do not work with saints very much at all so someone else may know better than I, I personally would not put one saint's oil on the candle of another saint. It just seems rude to me for some reason.

Yes you can petition two saints at once for the same thing. I do not know that it will speed it up (though St. Expedite is known for his swiftness), It seems to me that if you have a decent relationship to those saints it could increase the chance of success.

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Re: Saint Expedite Novena Candle Questions and Answers

Unread post by Becky » Thu Jul 10, 2014 10:41 pm

I have heard several various methods for candle burning when petitioning St Expedite. Wednesday is his day which would seem a good time to start. I do not wish to have a continuous flame so I was going to use small chime candles so they can burn down in a single sitting, however have heard various instructions on the length of time to light the candles: 3 days (his favorite number), 7 or 9 days, or every Wednesday until your petition is answered, etc. I have also seen where knocking 3 times is required (I have seen where after fixing the candle it is knocked on the table 3 times or the person can just knocks 3 times in front of the alter). Can anyone give some clarification on all this? Also, can an oil lamp be substituted for the candle? I want to do this correctly and not disrespectful in any way ( I don't want to piss him off so that he doesn't want to work with me). What if I discover that I haven't been doing this incorrectly or maybe missed a step?

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Re: Saint Expedite Novena Candle Questions and Answers

Unread post by Miss Aida » Fri Jul 11, 2014 9:57 pm

Hello, Becky ,
I can't speak for anyone else except myself.
I tried the chime candles ONLY and they didn't work.
I found the best results when lighting a continuous vigil candle (Lucky Mojo has them dressed, blessed, and ready to go).
If I am doing a Novena and the vigil candle burns completely out before the 9 days are over, then I supplement with chime candles.
OR I will continue to light the chime candles every Wednesday after the original vigil candle burns out.
A good friend of mine works wit St Expedite all the time. I have seen him use Jumbo candles instead of vigil candles.
As far as knocking on the altar 3 times, this is a common practice not just for St Expedite. I do it al the time when I want the attention of any entity.
Now, this is just my way.
If you have done anything Unintentionally and did everything with a pure heart, there is nothing to worry about. The Saints understand this and all they recognize is the purity of the intent. So, he's not gong to be: "Pissed off"!!
Just remember to give him payment once he grants your petition. That, in my personal belief, is what may prompt them not to grant an additional favor (if you don't pay them)
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Re: Saint Expedite Novena Candle Questions and Answers

Unread post by Becky » Sat Jul 12, 2014 7:06 am

Thank you Miss Aida.

So, if after 9 days, or by the date specified, has passed and St Expedite has not granted my prayers, what do I do with the alter items (burnt candles & water)? Do I still dispose items in the same manner as if He did come through (this seems like it would be more respectful). I had also used other items on the alter in His favorite colors, paper money, crystals, lodestone/filings, etc., do I simply "clear" by smudging them with sage and or saying a prayer over them?

Thank you again for your assistance, <3
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Re: Saint Expedite Novena Candle Questions and Answers

Unread post by Miss Aida » Sun Jul 13, 2014 8:06 pm

Hello, Becky,
I would dispose of them in the more respectful manner (as if he had granted your petition).
Some idiot lost one of my dogs when I had surgery. I prayed to St Expedite everyday to find her.
I had a HUGE search party and paid thousands of dollars out. She was gone for 8 days in the freezing cold.
Finally found her in a dump sit about 30 miles from my house. The Vet aid that had she not been found that day, she would have died that very night.
So, the moral of the story is to have faith in him.
Also, I wouldn't sage (that's for cleansing negativity). I'd just say a prayer.
Have faith in him
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Can U use a Flameless Candle with St. Expedite?

Unread post by mmb » Wed Oct 08, 2014 11:15 am

:?: Hi Everyone, Can you use a red flameless candle for St Expedite? My elderly mother do not like candles to be burning in our apartment. I have been using one now since Sunday but I am not sure if it will work.

I am asking for a permanent job. I tried a couple of weeks ago, but at that time, I was asking to work only at this one specific company, and nothing happened. So now, I wrote my petition over asking that I get a permanent job anywhere.

Please give me some advice. Thanks in advance.

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