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St. Ciprian was a middle aged man who had become a powerful magician. In fact, he wrote 'the Bible' on magic spells and other bad mojo. Ciprian fell in love with a woman named Justina and when she spurned him, he tried to cast an evil spell on her and have her beset by demons. Justina simply made the sign of the cross. So long demons.

Shocked, Ciprian also made the sign of the cross and was instantly converted. He spent the rest of his life burning all the books he could find on the black arts. He did not, however, manage to destroy his own book, although he tried. Some little devil had a copy.

Spiritualism, witchcraft, ouija boards and lucky rabbits feet are all stops on the road to hell. St. Ciprian is the patron saint against the black arts and for people still tempted to ask question of a Magic Eight Ball.

Hand painted medal on purplel ball chain measures 22" and comes with our own holy card story of the saint.

Get Your Mojo Workin, St. Ciprian Patron Saint Medal on Purple Ball Chain

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: medal, metal, blue glass beads, hand painted meal, chain, ball chain
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  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
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