Monday, September 30, 2013

Honoring Saint Michael

Hi Everyone,

As y'all know or may have forgotten, yesterday (Sept. 29th) was Saint Michael's special day. Don't forget to light your candles, say your prayers, and refresh your protection works. It's time to give Spirit thanks for fighting your battles and getting you through tough times.

I am very grateful to Saint Michael for his powerful fiery wall of protection around me and those I love. Spirit doesn't ask for a lot. If all you got is a candle, a penny, and a glass of water then give that to Spirit. As long as you give from your heart and show God some thanks then you are doing things right.

Thank you God, my Ancestors, and Saint Michael for having my back. Thank you for being on guard. Thank you Spirit for giving me the courage and strength to fight back even when I was overcome with the Spirit of Fear. Thank you Spirit of God for your discerning eyes and wise words. Thank you for the wisdom in allowing me to strike at the right time and say the right words in their proper place. Thank you God for blessing me and allowing me to act accordingly.

Thank you Spirit of God for tearing down those Walls of Jericho to dust and erecting walls of Victory, your Glorious Presence, & that Fiery Wall of Protection. I thank you with all of my heart and soul and give all the glory to your Spirit that magnifies all things with your GREATNESS. Amen.

In the name of God the Father, God the Son, & God the Holy Ghost. Amen

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Big Mama

I want to make this statement because I call the spirit I work with La Madama.

I want to publicly thank my fellow spiritual-workers in the Afro-Cuban traditions for the name "LaMadama". As a traditional American Southern Root-Worker, the "Lady of the House" was a powerful matriarch of African descent who was a reader, mid-wife and powerful spiritual worker and an enduring presence in the spirit family of the southern worker. The names used in the media and racist imagery of this powerful figure is disrespectful and must never be endorsed in any way.

The image of LaMadama, as we all know, comes from the American South. The term "LaMadama" as we all know comes from Cuba. It is with great respect that I call upon the power and spirit of this revered African and African-American spiritual force so loved and respected by American Southern workers for over a century by the name "LaMadama". May we call upon the "Lady of the House"...LaMadama to guide our work and reveal all and any forces that seek to blind our eyes from truth or find our spirits from liberation!

Momma Starr