1 SANTA MUERTE POLVO HOLY DEATH POWDER 1/2oz Packet

November 25, 2013 - Comment

1 ONE 1/2 oz PACKET – The Santa Muerte or Holy Death is also known as Santisima Muerte and she is the beloved Saint of death who’s origins date to Pre Hispanic Mexico. Her feast day, celebrated on November 1st, is known as Dia de los Muertos and is widely observed in Mexico. La Huesuda,

1 ONE 1/2 oz PACKET – The Santa Muerte or Holy Death is also known as Santisima Muerte and she is the beloved Saint of death who’s origins date to Pre Hispanic Mexico. Her feast day, celebrated on November 1st, is known as Dia de los Muertos and is widely observed in Mexico. La Huesuda, The Bony One, or La Niña, The Young Girl as she is known to some took her current form around 1965. She is represented as a grim reaper image and may carry an owl which is one of the animals associated with the Lord of the Dead.
from: SUPER FAST SHIPPER HIBISCUS EXPRESS, http://www.amazon.com/shops/AXD9LOVGJXES3 Protección, suerte, destrucción de enemigos. Los polvos son indispensables para potenciar y llegar donde no es accesible com outro producto, también para vestir las velas com aceites, extractos etc. Pueden servir para colocar en el cuerpo de una persona, o local donde ella irá a pasar… –
Sold as a curio only

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  • Protección, suerte, destrucción de enemigos. Los polvos son indispensables para potenciar y llegar donde no es accesible com outro producto, también para vestir las velas com aceites, extractos etc. Pueden servir para colocar en el cuerpo de una persona, o local donde ella irá a pasar…
  • from: SUPER FAST SHIPPER HIBISCUS EXPRESS, http://www.amazon.com/shops/AXD9LOVGJXES3
  • Powders are finely ground and dressed with appropriate oils in an all-natural base (non-talcum), but they are not cosmetics. They are heavier and grittier than cosmetics, and are designed for sprinkling and blowing, not wearing as a face powder. – ONE 1/2 OZ pkt, sold as a curio only
  • 1 ONE 1/2 OZ PACKET – The Santa Muerte or Holy Death is also known as Santisima Muerte and she is the beloved Saint of death who’s origins date to Pre Hispanic Mexico. Her feast day, celebrated on November 1st, is known as Dia de los Muertos and is widely observed in Mexico. La Huesuda, The Bony One, or La Niña, The Young Girl as she is known to some took her current form around 1965. She is represented as a grim reaper image and may carry an owl which is one of the animals associated with the Lord of the Dead

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