CMO for May 14, 2017.

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Hello all! Your weekly Coventry Magic Oracle reading contained the Intuition Affirmation, the Flying Monkeys Wicked Witck Mojo Candle, and the Protection Blessed Herbal candle. 

Intuition Affirmation: My inner voice tells me the truths I need to guide my judgement in the perfect direction. And right now, that is what is needed. Reveal the answers to the questions you have, and trust your gut.

Protection Blessed Herbal Candle: Guard yourelf against harmful energy. Pay attention! Protection is called for now.

Flying Monkeys Wicked Witch Mojo Candle: Call upon your guides (your Flying Monkeys, if you will) for guidance and to take you to your right path during this week. 

This week's Question: What is hidden from me?

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Why Santa Muerte isn't as scary as she sounds

Loads of people know about Santa Muerte, but not many know what she actually stands for. Most people hear that Santa Muerte is the Saint of death and are immediately turned off. Then they ask questions like, "Well then why do you have her on your altar?" or "So you can try to kill people with her?". I hope to show those people that it's not what they think. Santa Muerte is the Saint of death, yes, but she also represents so much more than that, which is why we have her on our store altar. She stands for healing, protection, and safety when travelling into the afterlife. Santa Muerte also gives you assistance, and grants your prayers, when given something in return, such as alcohol, candy, coins, etc.. So all in all, If used the right way, she's a pretty good Saint. She does a really great job protecting our store, so next time you come in, remember that she's not as scary as she sounds.

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Why Santa Muerte isn't as scary as she sounds

Loads of people know about Santa Muerte, but not many know what she actually stands for. Most people hear that Santa Muerte is the Saint of death and are immediately turned off. Then they ask questions like, "Well then why do you have her on your altar?" or "So you can try to kill people with her?". I hope to show those people that it's not what they think. Santa Muerte is the Saint of death, yes, but she also represents so much more than that, which is why we have her on our store altar. She stands for healing, protection, and safety when travelling into the afterlife. Santa Muerte also gives you assistance, and grants your prayers, when given something in return, such as alcohol, candy, coins, etc.. So all in all, If used the right way, she's a pretty good Saint. She does a really great job protecting our store, so next time you come in, remember that she's not as scary as she sounds.

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