UPDATE: July 26, 2020.
***Thanks for reading my guide. Unfortunately this guide is no where near complete or up to my standards right now, but since I’ve released it I’ve had tens of thousands of people read it.
I plan to add images to this guide and possibly even video content. I’ve waited a long time to be able to work on this project again and I’m excited to say that I’m in a position that I am able to.
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Welcome, and thank you for showing interest in Santa Muerte!
This guide is meant to go over EVERYTHING that you need to worship Santa Muerte.
We will cover:
- How to start a relationship with Santa Muerte.
- How to construct an altar and care for it.
- The many offerings and gifts for Santa Muerte.
- How to pray to Santa Muerte and ask her for her help.
You may read this document straight through, or you can click on any red subheading link to be taken to that particular section.
Without further ado, let’s get started!
Santa Muerte, Holy Death, la Flaquita, the Bony Lady, the Pretty Lady, the Skinny Lady, Mother Death. While she goes by many nicknames and takes on a variety of physical forms, Santa Muerte is quite simply the personification of death. She is responsible for a vast multitude of miracles.
Santa Muerte can help you with just about anything imaginable.
Do you need:
- More money?
- A new job?
- A lover?
- Protection for your family?
- Or perhaps a little bit of luck?
All of these and much, much more are within Santa Muerte’s scope of practice.
Sound too good to be true?
Let us assure you that Santa Muerte wields extraordinary power and influence over your life, whether you asked for it or not!
She is always present, always has been present, and always will be present in your life.
As the famous saying goes, “There are only two things guaranteed in this life: death and taxes.” It does not matter where you live, what your upbringing, how much wealth you have, or how well you take care of yourself. Eventually, you will become very acquainted with Santa Muerte. As you will soon learn, however, this is not to meant to cause fear and upset as you are in excellent hands.
Culturally, America tends to be different from Mexico as well as other cultures in that Americans are typically uncomfortable with the idea or thought of death, while other cultures view it for what it is: an inevitability. By forming a relationship with Santa Muerte, you are able to find peace, solace, and comfort in your own mortality, which will allow you to live life to its absolute fullest.
In the end, isn’t that what we all seek? A happy, full, rich, and fun life?