Erzulie Freda Bracelet
Exquisitely crafted multistranded bracelet made of rose quartz, crystals,
freshwater pearls, rhodocrosite, and moonstone. Created in honor of the Voodoo
Goddess of love, Erzulie Freda.
Seven African Powers Bracelet
with Evil Eye Bead
Two stones for each of the Seven African Powers: red jasper, amethyst, jade,
onyx, aventurine, carnelian, quartz crystal, freshwater pearl, lapis lazuli, and
miracle beads. Punctuated with a lamp worked evil eye bead clasp to ward off
negativity for you. Evil eye bead created exclusively for the Mystic Voodoo by
Bountiful Bonita. Evil eye beads will vary as they are one of a kind.
Seven African Powers Bracelet
One stone for each of the 7 African Powers: yellow jade, red jasper, green jade,
amethyst, lapis lazuli, onyx, and freshwater pearl. Each stone alternated with a
Our Lady of Guadalupe Bracelet
Our Lady of Guadalupe is patron of the Americas. From her, we learn two
important lessons: one of faith and one of understanding. This bracelet was made
as a devotional piece for Our Lady of Guadalupe. It is made from rose quartz,
tiny Austrian crystals, and
garnets, with an evil eye bead to ward off "mal de ojo" and a wooden focal bead
with the image of Our lady of Guadalupe. One of a kind lamp-worked evil eye bead
to ward off negativity made especially for the Mystic Voodoo by Bountiful
Our Lady of the
At 11:30 PM on July 18, 1830, St. Catherine Laboure was awakened by an angel,
who announced that Our Lady was going to soon appear in the convent chapel. St.
Catherine went with him to the church, only to find it decorated and lit as if
it was Christmas Eve.
After waiting at the communion rail for a while, Our Lady entered the
Sanctuary and sat down in the Director's chair. St. Catherine knelt down and
rested her hands on the Blessed Virgin's lap, which Catherine later explained
was the sweetest joy in her entire life.
During the following months, St. Catherine did everything the Blessed Virgin
asked her to do. On November 27, 1830, the first Sunday of Advent, the Virgin
Mary gave Catherine an important mission. Our Lady appeared on a globe, with
rays of beautiful light flowing from rings on Her fingers. The Virgin said that
the globe represented the earth, and the rays are graces She sheds on us for
those of us that ask for them. Not all of the rings gave out light. Then an oval
frame was formed around the Blessed Virgin, on which these words were stamped in
letters of gold:
" O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to Thee. "
Then the Virgin said:
" Have a Medal struck according to this model, those who wear it after being
blessed shall receive great graces, especially if they wear it around their
neck. Graces will be abundant for those who have confidence. "
Then, the vision turned around, and on the reverse was the letter M
surmounted by a cross, with a big line at the base, and underneath the M were
the Hearts of Jesus and Mary.
The Medal was first known as the Medal of the Immaculate Conception, but so
many conversions and bodily cures for those who wore it with faith and
confidence happened, that it became known as the Miraculous Medal.
This bracelet was created as a devotional piece to function in the same
manner as Our Lady of the Miraculous medals. Created from blue miracle beads, Austrian crystals, and a wooden focal bead
with the image of Our Lady Miraculous.
Comes with instructions for consecrating your bracelet to Our lady of the
Yemayá, Goddess of the Seven Seas Bracelet
Yemayá is the
governess of the household and of matters pertaining to women including
childbirth, conception, childhood safety, love, and healing. Extremely
compassionate and merciful, Yemayá rules the
dreamtime, oversees the Moon, deep secrets, ancient wisdom, salt water, sea
shells, and the collective unconscious.
This is a one of a kind artisan quality bracelet. Different beads are chosen to represent the Great Goddess. This bracelet is made from a combination of
seed beads, freshwater pearls, crystals, and a lamp worked beaded clasp for a powerful healing bracelet designed to
honor and strengthen the goddess within.