THE PRAYER OF FOR THE RETURN OF AN ESTRANGED LOVER INTRANQUILITY

 

The Prayer of Intranquility is used — especially in Latin American folk-magic — to make a former lover unable to rest until he or she returns. Consider, though, when you do this, that if the person does come back, the two of you will not have the same sort of happy, innocent, loving relationship you did in the start. This is a prayer or spell that forces your ex-lover to act according to your will, which isn’t liberally on your part.
That having been said, here is a typical Latin American Intranquility Prayer:

You will need the following items for this particular spell:

A pink candle — anything from a 4″ or 6″ altar light to a completely prepared and dressed glass-encased Intranquility vigil light Dressing oils — either Intranquility Oil or ( a mixture of equal parts Intranquility Oil and Commanding Oil, plus any 1 of the following: Return To Me Oil Reconciliation Oil, Follow Me Boy Oil, or ( a mixture of equal parts Restless Oil and Follow Me Boy Oil A Crucifix — that can be on a rosary, or a Cross of Caravaca amulet or a Crucifix Knife or some other bit of cross jewelry you like — or perhaps an impromptu piece made from two crossed sticks bound together.

Casting Instructions for ‘THE PRAYER OF INTRANQUILITY FOR THE RETURN OF AN ESTRANGED LOVER’

Dress the pink candle with the anointing oils and light it. Hold the lighted candle in one hand and a crucifix in the other hand as you recite the following:
O, Intranquil Spirit,
you that in Hell are drifting and will never reach Heaven,
hear me, o, hear me.
I would like you to grasp the five senses of [name of lover] and don’t let [him/her] rest in peace,
neither seated nor status,
waking nor sleeping,
that [he/she] should think only of
seeing me,
smelling me,
hearing me,
tasting me,
and touching me,
that [he/she] should find [himself/herself] as distressed as the waters of the seas
and as torn as the end from the storm
before [he/she] contributes to me,
that [he/she] should run and run
till [he/she] humbly falls at my feet
because nobody can help [him/her],
and that neither a divorced [woman/man] nor a married [woman/man],
a [widow/widower],
nor a virgin [woman/man],
shall ever love [him/her],
but only me and me alone.
[Name of lover],
I conjure you
before the cross and God Almighty,
that you are supposed to run after me
as the dwelling run after the cross
and the dead run following the light.

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