Mystery Milagro Delivery Service
I will send one random Milagro to you in the mail.
I recently purchased a bulk bag of Milagros to enhance my bone throwing kit, Gris Gris bags, and doll babies, and thought I would share the wealth with the Simbi community.
Milagros (also known as an ex-voto or dijes or promesas) are folk charms that are traditionally used for healing purposes and as votive offerings in Mexico, the southern United States, and in other parts of Latin America. They are frequently attached to altars, shrines, and sacred objects found in places of worship..
I currently have quite an assortment of charms, ranging from parts of the body (arms, legs chest, organs, back, etc) to angels and crosses, to whole persons and animals to celestial bodies.
Milagro symbolism is not universal; a milagro of a body part, such as a leg, might be used as part of a prayer or vow for the improvement of a leg; or it might refer to a concept such as travel. Similarly, a heart might represent ideas as diverse as a heart condition, or,romance. Milagros are also carried for protection and good luck, and can be incorporated into jewelry.
Training & Qualifications
I have stamps, envelopes, and a bag of Milagros to share. In Spanish, Milagro means "miracle," or "surprise." I will pull one at random for you. What's better than getting a surprise in the mail?
Availability & Preferences
Whenever. I work an 8-5 job.
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About Stevi Williams
I am fascinated by different divination techniques. I am familiar with Tarot, LeNormand, and sortilege. I enjoy reading for others and am excited to practice and enhance my skills while helping other...s in their respective areas of expertise. I got my first Tarot deck for a birthday present when I was in high school, and loved it, but wanted to branch out in my studies. Trained as a cultural anthropologist in college, I embrace opportunities to explore and experiment with different techniques. As I have furthered my studies into Rootwork and folk magic, sortilege, or commonly known as "bone throwing," has moved to forefront as my go to technique. I find myself intuitively adding to my kit, as I hone my craft. As a First Degree Initiate in my coven, my presentation on a divination technique was on the petit Lenormand, a cartomancy system of 36 cards originating in France. My presentation focused on the history of Lenormand herself, the propagation of her cards, their meanings, and how they are read. As part of my spiritual practice, I do not charge for readings, preferring free will donations or something tangible in exchange. It harkens back to the days of the cottage witch near the forest that told you your fortune, charmed your warts off, and gave you potions, and in exchange you brought her firewood or a chicken for supper. Joining the Simbi community has encouraged me to step my game up and a chance to practice my skills on a more regular basis. show moreOpen to other proposals
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