By Frater S. C. F. V.
Today is a very special Day of the Sun, which also happens to be the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church, a day on which we pray for and commemorate all of the Martyrs who died for their faith throughout history, including Saint Cyprian, Saint Justina, and Saint Theocistus.
On this auspicious day, I finished a new hand-made devotional rosary to Saint Cyprian of Antioch for use in prayer and work with him as well as to be worn around my neck or wrist during Solomonic grimoire work.
This rosary features:
- Purple beads symbolizing Cyprian’s mythic status as Bishop and spiritual regal status as well as the Sephirah of Yesod and the Moon, magic, and divination.
- Three small transparent crystal balls.
- Silver Cinquefoil roses suggesting the Divine Love of Mary, Venus, and the Fivefold Elemental Pentagram.
- A red, white, and golden image…
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