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St. Deshacedor

Posted: Tue May 04, 2010 4:08 pm
by concernedmom
Has anyone heard of St Deshacedor? If so, share information about this saint. Thanks

Re: St. Deshacedor

Posted: Wed May 05, 2010 3:42 pm
by starsinthesky7
Ive never heard of him/her but you can do a google search, and try to find out some info.

Re: St. Deshacedor

Posted: Thu May 06, 2010 2:45 pm
by concernedmom
I googled him and I was able to find limited information about him. I was wondering if anybody on the forum has used him and what their thoughts were.

Re: St. Deshacedor

Posted: Thu May 06, 2010 4:41 pm
by starsinthesky7
Well lucky mojo does not sell this candle for this saint, and this thread will probably get shut down as its not a general forum for the discussion of non-lucky mojo products.

Basically St. deshacedor breaks hexes or jinxes that have been put on an individual. He also has the power to destroy evil and black magick. He is very powerful to work with and protects family and friends from evil and the evil eye. His symbols are a red handkerchief, dark rum, and cigars. He takes away the negative energy from a person.

What color candle could you use...probably white and black. However, when I did a search...candles have come in purple, yellow, and red.

Re: St. Deshacedor

Posted: Thu May 06, 2010 6:02 pm
by sweetie
LM does carry Florida Water though, and I'm assuming one of the many cleansing baths or salts could be used for creating the cleansing wash. And it looks like an appropriate colored candle (I'm finding red, yellow, and white the most common colors) could be dressed with the Florida water and maybe (??) camphor or another protective scent.
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Re: St. Deshacedor

Posted: Thu May 06, 2010 8:14 pm
by Turnsteel
sweetie wrote:LM does carry Florida Water though, and I'm assuming one of the many cleansing baths or salts could be used for creating the cleansing wash. And it looks like an appropriate colored candle (I'm finding red, yellow, and white the most common colors) could be dressed with the Florida water and maybe (??) camphor or another protective scent.
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You would want to be very very careful dressing a candle with Florida Water, its mostly alcohol. A better and safe choice would be All Saints Oil, which can be used for, well, all saints :)

Re: St. Deshacedor

Posted: Thu May 06, 2010 10:27 pm
by sweetie
I guess the trick is all in the wrist ;)

Alcohol evaporates off pretty quickly, I've used florida water, eud de cologne and whiskey for dressing candles and haven't had any problems (like herbs and oils, the amount should be minimal, enough to impart the essence without drowning or inciting the flame) I suppose you could mix a small amount with propylene glycol or even glycerine and then use that for dressing the candle.

I don't know what the scent for All Saints is but FW is a sweet orange scent, if that helps.

Re: St. Deshacedor

Posted: Fri May 07, 2010 4:51 pm
by concernedmom
Thank you for all of your responses. I am so glad that I joined LM.