Santeria Lust and Passion Spell
You can harness the earthly energy of Santeria to enhance an existing partner’s lust or to excite lust in someone new. This spell will help you to excite your lover’s lust by enabling him or her to tap into thoughts and feelings that he or she may have repressed, denied, or otherwise ignored.
This Lust and Passion Spell cannot cause harm. Instead, it functions by turning negative situations into positive situations, banishing negative thoughts or feelings and replacing these with positive alternatives. Therefore, this spell will help to lead your lover to a greater awareness, thereby deepening the love that you share.
Things You’ll need for the Spell
- 2 Red Candles
- Picture of yourself
- Picture of your loved one
- Red Heart cut out of contruction paper
- Deity to call upon: Shango
How to Cast the Santeria Lust and Passion Spell
Cleanse and Consecrate the Candles (Click for instructions)
Write your wishes, desires and goals on the back of the heart. Be as specific as possible.
Call upon Shango
Ask for all that you wish for. Be honest and forthright. Be clear and operate only in harmony with the Universe
Set the two red candles about one foot apart with the pictures in the middle, between the two candles. Make sure that the pictures touch each other. Put the heart on top of the pictures.
Light your candles and do so consciously. Be aware that fire has an affinity with the spiritual plane. Allow the candles to burn for 7 minutes. Move the two candles a little closer, then put them out.
Thank Shango and Divinity for helping you
The next day at the same time, repeat Step 6 and every night thereafter for 7 nights.
On the 7th night, make sure both candles are touching the pictures and the heart. Let the candles burn themselves out.
Take the heart and your picture and put them in a safe place and keep them until your wishes, goals and desires have come true.
When what you have called comes to you, be sure to thank both Divinity and Oshun for your good fortune.
Return the pictures and the heart to nature by either buring them, burying them or throwing them into a river, lake or the ocean.