Devi Spring wrote:St. Anthony of Padua is the saint to petition for finding lost items.
A little charm/rhyme that's popular for this is "St. Anthony, Anthony - look around. Something's lost and can't be found.", concentrate on the item that is lost while chanting this.
A more traditional prayer (found on http://www.prayer-and-prayers.info/sain ... -items.htm) is:
St. Anthony, perfect imitator of Jesus, who received from God the special power of restoring lost things, grant that I may find (name the lost item) which has been lost. At least restore to me peace and tranquillity of mind, the loss of which has afflicted me even more than my material loss. To this favor, I ask another of you: that I may always remain in possession of the true good that is God. Let me rather lose all things than lose God, my supreme good. Let me never suffer the loss of my greatest treasure, eternal life with God.
Many people have good luck just with that prayer - but I always like to use candles and oils, too.
Light a candle in front of a picture of St. Anthony with a petition paper naming the item you need located and let this burn. I would dress the candle with Fast Luck, and use an orange candle. If you have some dried orange peel, you can dress the candle with some of that, too. That helps speed things up.
beebee22 wrote:Just out of interest how do you get a bone from a coffin, as it is quite far down in the earth? have you actually attempted this?
BewitchingBelle wrote:Can wind rattle the bones as well, or only water. This would provide a few more options
Roses wrote:My husbands brand new motorcycle was stolen out of our garage. What can I do to get it back...any spells.? Please help. Thank you!
I live in an apartment complex and a package containing a very expensive coat was stolen right off my doorstep. I've gone through all the proper and "normal" procedures, but of course nobody can do anything. I've tried a couple spells, some divining, and even made a powder to find a lost item spread throughout the halls (To an incantation I found online, "By eye of eagle and nose of hound, return to me what cannot be found"). I am out of ideas though. I have a vague idea of who may have taken it, but not sure enough to where I'd feel comfortable working a revenge or enemy hex. Does anybody have any ideas for me to try, maybe something I haven't thought of yet?
I appreciate any response. I wouldn't normally go into this much worry over a parcel, but I have been saving up for quite some time to buy this coat.
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