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Milagros Charms

Altars: Mexican #Milagro #Altar. These small Mexican charms are commonly placed on altars and accompany prayers for health.

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The shaman sees into other realms of existence and can talk with the spirits. the shaman wlaks between the worlds, the world of humans and spirits.

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milagritos - serve an important role in Mexican devotion. Tied to the robes of saints.

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.called milagros - Milagros (also known as an ex-voto or dijes) are religious folk charms that are traditionally used for healing purposes and as votive offerings in Mexico, the

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Altars: Our Lady #Shrine and Ornament Tree, by raptorsandretablos. I love this idea with ornamental frames and pictures of my loved ones who have passed on.

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mexican tin work objects mounted en masse on wall

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Antique Mexican Santos. Not as a necklace, but hung on a wall or in a niche.

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Mexican Miracle Charms - Devoted people in Mexico, go to church and attach little metal charms to an image of a chosen Saint to ask for protection or help, these small metal charms come in many shapes depending on each person needs. The Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary are traditional Roman Catholic devotional images, a person in love and in need of help with a relationship or a heart condition would choose a heart shaped charm to ask for help.

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Milagros (also known as an ex-voto or dijes or promesas) are religious folk charms that are traditionally used for healing purposes and as votive offerings in Mexico, the southern United States, other areas of Latin America, and parts of the Iberian peninsula. They are frequently attached to altars, shrines, and sacred objects found in places of worship, and they are often purchased in churches and cathedrals, or from street vendors.

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