Have your petition set with a fixed, dressed, blessed light on my St. Cyprian altar for a nine-day novena, chaplet, and community altar service for the Cyprianic Holy Days, September 17-25.
I’ve been working with St. Cyprian of Antioch for almost 20 years now, but until recently, there has been very little information – or material from any of the many grimoires attributed to him – available in English. The past few years have seen an explosion of interest and information across numerous “occult subcultures” and some really smart people translating, publishing, and talking about this infamous saint. It’s honestly a really exciting time to be a devotee of St. Cyprian — the sorcerer saint, patron of the lovelorn, and refuge of the accursed — so if you aren’t already, why not introduce yourself?
Said to have been consecrated to the devil by his parents when he was 7 years old [*], Cyprian grew up studying and practicing the black arts, eventually setting up shop in Antioch as a sorcerer-for-hire. He tried every trick in the book to get the young Christian virgin Justina to give up her chaste ways, but no matter what demon or what magic he threw at her, she defeated it all by making the sign of the cross. Cyprian knew what the smart affiliation was at that point, as the legend goes, and he was baptized, renouncing his pagan sorcery. [*This is the version from the Golden Legend, Caxton trans.]
But other legends have circulated alongside those in the hagiographies – that his grimoires survived and have been in circulation ever since, that he ultimately renounced his renunciation of sorcery, that he never truly gave up sorcery at all. At any rate, this paradoxical figure has been popular globally, and most especially in the Spanish-speaking world, for hundreds of years, invoked by sorcerers for occult mastery and power, by tradesmen for help finding treasure, by lovers to secure the love of their targets, by diviners for psychic vision and necromancy, and by anyone trying to be free of mal ojo, crossed conditions, negativity, and bad luck. So you might petition St. Cyprian for:
– uncrossing and spiritual cleansing of people and/or places
– spiritual/psychic protection
– reversing of malefic stuff aimed your way
– love work, especially (but not only) of the compelling or intranquil type
– divination, psychic vision, necromancy, and other occult studies and practices
Lights will be set the night of September 17. There is some wiggle room and you can join up after the work starts as long as you see that there are still spots left and it doesn’t say “sold out.”
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Ss. Cosmas and Damian service for petitions related to health and healing (both physical and spiritual), casting off evil, removal of crossed conditions, and protection from plague and other illness.
Cosmas and Damian were twin brothers who were practicing physicians in the 3rd century and treated their patients at no charge, hence their title of “unmercenary” or “silverless.” They have different feast days within different churches and denominations, and in the Orthodox church, in fact, there are considered to be three distinct sets of saints named Cosmas and Damian. Of course they all have different bios and feast days, as well. As with most saints from the early centuries of the church, there’s very little or nothing in any historical or archaeological record about their lives — we have rather to deal with legend (and subsequent mystical revelation, in some cases).
But these brothers who were doctors, twins, and ultimately martyrs, have for centuries had the reputation for interceding for the faithful who called on them for healing, and numerous miracles have been attributed to them. They are also the patrons of twins, surgeons, and pharmacists, are widely venerated in Brazil as patrons of children in general, and in some houses and temples, are associated with the lwa the Marassa.
The Keys and Crossroads service for St. Peter is still underway as well.
Double rewards points are in effect until midnight.
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Have a glass-encased vigil light fixed, dressed, blessed, set on my altars, and worked continuously for you in a community altar work service for the upcoming Sun-Mercury conjunction in Gemini.
Lights will be set the night of May 21. There is some wiggle room and you can join up after the work starts as long as you see that there are still spots left and it doesn’t say “sold out.”
Sun-Mercury cycles are four months long, framed by the Mercury retrograde period. This Sun-Mercury conjunction initiates a new cycle, taking place just after the Sun enters Gemini, so it occurs at 0* Gemini. The degree of 0 in a sign initiates huge, strong, and often rather raw new energy.
Mercury is exalted in Gemini. Add the Sun conjunction and you’ve got a rare and fabulous opportunity to kickstart or breathe new life into projects or intentions involving communication, mental or manual dexterity, travel, writing, anything to do with the media, curiosity, and/or open-mindedness.
What’s This For?
- initiating a difficult conversation you know you need to have
- success in situations or activities that requires you to think quickly and/or with agility
- upcoming travel opportunities
- launching a new marketing campaign
- selling a new idea or strategy to others
- clarifying and articulating complex ideas or feelings
- kickstarting a new creative project
- giving a fresh burst of energy to an ongoing work or research project
- successful writing and/or speaking engagements
Please note that community altar work services do not come with individual readings/reports, though I will post at least one photo of the work to the client Discord “forum,” which you’ll receive an invitation to after you book.
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Have a vigil light set and worked on my Jesus Malverde altar in community altar work service beginning on Tuesday, May 3rd, which serves as the feast day of this folk saint. There is some wiggle room and you can join up after the work starts as long as you see that there are still spots left and it doesn’t say “sold out.”
Jesus Malverde, also known as the Angel of the Poor or the Generous Bandit, is a folk saint who is said to have lived and died in late 19th/early 20th century Sinaloa, Mexico. His reputation as a sort of Robin Hood figure began before his death, as the legend has it; he targeted the rich, redistributed the money and goods he stole to the poor, and basically spent his life on the wrong side of the law but by all accounts on the right side of morality.
While many details of his life and death are the stuff of legend and as such unverifiable and certainly prone to dramatic embroidery, what’s undisputable is that he has a solid reputation for responding to the prayers and petitions of his devotees, especially those who find themselves running afoul of the law due to poverty and corruption.
Since the 1970s, he’s gained greater notoriety in the public eye as a narco saint — the patron saint of drug dealers and smugglers — and that is how many folks beyond the borders of Mexico who hear of him categorize him, increasingly so since the 1990s. But to dismiss him as merely a narco saint and his devotees as drug kingpins and criminals is to ignore the lived realities of the faithful in a complex world where things aren’t always so black and white – where sometimes breaking the law is the right thing (or the only thing) to do, where justice isn’t blind, where the distribution of wealth is immoral, where there is government corruption and the police aren’t always on the right side of the law – humanity’s or God’s.
His devotees petition him to have enough food for their children, for safety in dangerous lines of work (including but definitely not limited to smuggling), and to get them out of legal difficulties, as you might expect from a bandit folk saint. But they also tell of how he miraculously cured their illnesses, returned lost or stolen property, even helped them get *off* drugs and get their lives on firmer footing.
His reputation as a narco saint has blossomed only over the last 40 or so years and not without a good bit of help from the media. His reputation as the Angel of the Poor and the Generous Bandit, however, long predates the sensationalist “narco saint” appellation, and as a folk saint, there’s a lot more to him than this. So it would be appropriate to petition him for pretty much anything related to living a life that is in some way “on the margins” or precarious or dangerous. It would also be suitable to use this service as an opportunity to “introduce yourself” to Jesus Malverde if you’ve been thinking you wanted to learn more about him but haven’t begun working with him yet.
If you are experiencing financial difficulties, you do not have to pay for a spot in the vigil service in order to have your name and petition included in my prayers and offerings to Jesus Malverde on May 3rd. You can simply submit your name and petition via the intake form and in place of the service/order #, type “jesus malverde prayers only.” There is no cost for the prayers-only option, though if you’d like to, you can make an optional donation in any amount you wish to help offset the cost of time and materials used, and in this case, I will set at least a votive light for you to burn for a few hours, depending on the number of reduced rate/pro bono requests I get for this service.
I’ve been doing some sort of pro bono or reduced rate/pay what you can service every month since COVID began to help those who need spiritual help but can’t afford to book private services. And I’m happy to present your petitions and pray for you as part of my own thanks to Jesus Malverde. Remember, when Jesus Malverde answers your prayers and grants your petitions, you should “pay” the saint by making a donation to the poor. Don’t protest that you are the poor and therefore you’re exempt from this duty – there’s *always* someone poorer than you. You must participate in the spiritual economy, which with Jesus Malverde is always already a financial one as well, and approach him with open rather than closed hands. Make sure you keep your side of the bargain!
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Have vigil lights set and worked on my St. Joseph altar in a nine-day community altar work service beginning on Sunday, May 1st, the feast day of St. Joseph the Worker.
I will begin a nine-day novena and chaplet recitation to St. Joseph on this same day, focused on petitioning his intercession for the unemployed, the underemployed, those whose income is or could become unreliable or unpredictable, and those struggling to find dignity in their work. Your petition/intention will be included daily in my novena and chaplet work.
You do not have to book a spot in the vigil service in order to have your name and petition included in my 9 days of novena and chaplet prayers. You can simply submit your name and petition via the intake form and in place of the service/order #, type “joseph novena prayers only.” There is no cost for this option (though if you’d like to, you can make an optional donation in any amount you wish).
Lights will be set on Sunday, May 1st. There is some wiggle room and you can join up after the work starts as long as you see that there are still spots left and it doesn’t say “sold out.”
St. Joseph is the patron saint of fathers, foster parents, carpenters, craftsmen, travelers, immigrants, and families and workers in general. He has two feast days in the Western Catholic calendar, and this one focuses specifically on his patronage of workers.
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Vigil light setting services now come with two different options at Seraphin Station. You can book a light setting with a full one-page report with photos and interpretation, or you can just book a light setting with a photo if you don’t want or need a typed report.
I’m also experimenting with a subscription service. I can just about guarantee something with it will not behave the way I expect because that’s just how this goes, so let me know if you have any questions or run into any problems.
For this upcoming New Moon in Pisces and the days immediately following, there is a *hell of a lot going on.*
The Sun and the Moon are conjunct Jupiter and Neptune, the co-rulers of Pisces. This is really pretty special and makes this an *excellent* New Moon for spiritual/magical work.
But that’s not all – Mars, Venus, and Pluto will be conjunct in Capricorn the following day, and Mercury and Saturn will be conjunct in Aquarius. It’s a HUGE party and *everybody* is showing up (well, except Uranus – he’s too busy being conjunct the North Node in Taurus to socialize right now).
As if that weren’t enough, then Jupiter will join up with the Sun a few days later and will be what we call cazimi in Pisces on March 5th – this is Jupiter in the Heart of the Sun with the Sun lending its strength and power to Jupiter, who can give off his purest expression of energy. For a brief period of time, if you will, you can imagine yourself having gained entrance to the throne room for an audience with the king.
And finally, this new moon is aligned with Lambda Aquarii, aka Hydor, a star in the constellation of Aquarius with a Saturn-Jupiter nature that is helpful if you want to acquire or retain something, e.g. get money, a job, or respect, or hang on to the money, job, or respect that you’ve already earned.
And Jupiter is conjunct Alpha Eridani, aka Achernar, a fixed star with a Jupiter nature that brings success in matters relating to the pursuit of religion or philosophy, holding public office or a position for which you must be nominated/appointed, and in general behaving with moral uprightness and steadfastness.
So what’s this for?
All kinds of stuff.
- any petitions to do with health, wealth, happiness, long-distance travel, the law, higher education, spirituality, and/or business
- the start of a new relationship or new project, especially a creative one
- you’re ready to begin focusing intently on a particular goal
- you need help to recognize and hang on to the things that give you hope
- you desire spiritual growth and/or greater independence
- rekindling faith and gaining a burst of optimism and/or creativity
- focusing on reciprocity and stability in your relationships
- expressing the “real you” or finding your authentic voice
- increased charisma and sex appeal
- coming out ahead if you’re competing for something
- you need help reforming bad habits or relinquishing vices
Just submit your petition and info via the intake form after you check out and I’ll have all the info I need to get you set up for the service.
Work will begin and lights will be set the night of Wednesday, March 2nd. There is definitely wiggle room – this stuff will be kicking up energy all week long and through the weekend – so you can definitely book late if you still see slots open.
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While Saturn might be characterized as a stern schoolmaster and is often associated with restriction, it’s also the planet of hard work, discipline, patience, and mastery.
Saturn can bring hardship, hard lessons, and insecurity. But Saturn can also bring recognition and achievement. It all depends on how attentive you’ve been to Saturn’s lessons and how diligent you’ve been with your commitments and responsibilities.
What’s This For?
The Sun is conjunct Saturn just once a year, and I like to think of this as an annual opportunity to take stock, reflect on how things have been going, and adjust fire if needed. If things have been starting to fall apart, it is probably time to adjust course and reassess goals. If things have been going well, it is a good time to articulate and commit to your goals or your next phase. Either way, this is the kind of thing Saturn does – Saturn can help.
Basically, it’s a good time to think about the structures in your life. This can be literally, like if you’re due for a roof inspection or planning on building onto your home, organizing your closets, decluttering the basement, or remodeling your place.
But it can also be more figurative. How do you spend your time? What shapes your plans for your own day to day living? Do you *have* plans shaping your day to day living? Or are you living in constant reaction to external forces with little agency over your own schedule and life? These aren’t always easy issues to untangle – but Saturn can help you do that work of untangling and articulating where you want to be and how you can get there.
This is a good time for anything related to building, rebuilding, commitments, stability, authority, and real estate/your home.
- If your life is too cluttered, it’s a good time to ask Saturn to help you declutter.
- If your time is taken up too much with other people’s bullshit, Saturn can help you set reasonable limits and get your life back.
- If everything you’ve tried to do lately has just fizzled out or gone wrong, it’s a good time to ask Saturn to help you reassess and get clarity on what you need to adjust.
- If things have been going well at work and you’ve been diligently working towards promotion or a raise, it’s a good time to ask Saturn to help you get the recognition you’ve earned.
- If you’ve been kinda drifting along getting buffeted about by outside forces and not having much of a plan of your own, it’s a good time to ask Saturn’s help in forming one.
- If you are considering any project or path where commitment, hard work, skill, mastery, and/or vision are big elements of success, it’s a great time to ask Saturn’s blessing and start that new endeavor.
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