Santa Muerte Devotion 101

This is probably due to the fact that she accepts us all, and does not cast judgement. This book is for anyone who wants to learn more about practical Santa Muerte devotion.

Santa Muerte Devotion 101

Author: Arnold Bustillo

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Page: 162

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This book is for anyone who wants to learn more about practical Santa Muerte devotion. You will learn who may become a devotee of Santa Muerte, how to become a devotee, how to pray to the Santa Muerte, how to petition the Santa Muerte, and more.

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