St. Martin de Porres Miracle Oil-  Housekeepers, Veterinarians, Lost Pets, Love

St. Martin de Porres is the patron of African-Americans, people of mixed races, animal shelter workers, hairstylists and barbers, housekeepers, veterinarians, the poor, Peru, innkeepers, public education, and public health. He is often petitioned for healing, for sick or lost pets, and to improve relationships between people of different races.


St. Martin de Porres is the patron of African-Americans, people of mixed races, animal shelter workers, hairstylists and barbers, housekeepers, veterinarians, the poor, Peru, innkeepers, public education, and public health. He is often petitioned for healing, for sick or lost pets, and to improve relationships between people of different races.


The son of a wealthy Spanish nobleman and a black freed slave, Martin was born in Lima, Peru on November 3, 1579. Young Martin was brought up in poverty, forced to bear the discrimination of those who feared his mixed race. He grew up with little money and apprenticed with a barber at the age of 12 to learn a trade. As was often the case at that time, the barber doubled as a doctor and surgeon, so along with hair-cutting, Martin was taught the skills of healing.


When Martin was 15, he began studying with the Order of Preachers founded by St. Dominic. He was first assigned a job as a servant and later became a monk. He was an extremely spiritual man, who spent much time in prayer. His devotion to the Catholic Church gained him acceptance from and admittance into the Dominican brotherhood. Martin was known to exhibit compassion and selflessness for those who were sick and in need. He would often give over his own bed to beggars who had no place else to rest. He believed that even the most tedious forms of work could be devotional and holy.

St. Martin As a Symbol of Racial Harmony


Martin was the first mixed-race man to take holy orders. He was called terrible names and mocked for being illegitimate and a descendent of slaves. However, by the time he died, he was widely revered and accepted by most people. He eventually became a religious symbol of racial harmony and tolerance. He raised large sums of alms that he gave out to the poor, beggars, and children in need. He also helped to fund a large orphanage in the city of Lima. St. Martin was an excellent fundraiser, and he is often petitioned for money, especially relating to charitable causes.


Martin was said to have superhuman powers, including levitation, teleportation, other-worldly knowledge and an uncanny rapport with animals. He is believed to have performed many miraculous cures throughout his life. Martin suffered from prolonged illness for the last year of his life and passed away at the age of 60 on November 3, 1639.


After his death, the miracles received when he was alive multiplied at such a rate that when he was exhumed 25 years later, his followers were not surprised to find that his body gave off a pleasant odor and he was still completely intact. On May 6, 1962, three hundred and twenty-three years after Martin's death, Pope John XXIII canonized St. Martin de Porres in Rome. His feast day is celebrated on his birthday, November 3.


St. Martin de Porres is almost always depicted with cats, dogs, mice and pigeons at his feet. He is often pictured with a broom, a pair of scissors, and a rosary. The broom symbolizes his servitude in the Dominican order and the menial chores he took on, while the peace and harmony between animals that would usually fight with each other symbolizes harmonious race relationships achieved through mercy and loving kindness. The scissors are symbolic of his job as a barber.


What are Magickal Oils?


Magickal oils have been used for their mystical, energizing, and transformative powers for thousands of years by many cultures and religions for ritual and occult purposes. The use of magickal oil goes back to ancient times. Spanning the boundaries of culture and doctrine, their widespread popularity throughout the globe speaks to their effectiveness and strength. Today, we use these sacred oils in many of the same ways as our ancestors, harnessing a powerful energy that transcends space and time.


An important use of magickal oil is to strengthen your intent for a specific task, or even strengthen your relationship with spirit. Magickal oil acts as a beacon for energy you want to attract, making it a powerful addition to any ritual or intention. You can use magickal oil as an aid or support to focus your energy throughout the day to your goals. Applying your intent with the oil helps opens the way for energy to flow towards the goal you want to achieve.


Oils are known for their spiritually-infused uplifting properties. The Conjured Saint offers a variety of magickal oils formulated for healing, consecration, protection, enhancing psychic visions, honoring Spirits and Deities, drawing love, luck and money, repelling evil, and turning back curses and the Evil Eye. Oils are an essential element to any spell, prayer, altar, or spiritual practice.


The Conjured Saint sacred oils are hand-blended formulated with ancient principles and magick, but made with purity and perfection in mind. We offer a wide selection of premium blessed oils tailored to your specific needs and desires, designed to be a spiritual application and support your individual journey and draw positive vibrations into your life.


How to Incorporate Magickal Oils into Your Practice


How you use The Conjured Saint oils depends on your spiritual background, practices, and beliefs. Designed to be versatile and aid any spiritual practice or manifestation, our oils can be applied to the body, objects of importance, or spiritual tools.


Anointing - The application of oils to the body or objects is called, “anointing.” Anointing is the perfect way to supercharge candles, talismans, and other magickal tools, because it helps draw positive energy to the object, thereby strengthening its power. When seeking to draw positivity to your work or spiritual tool, rub the oil with one hand over the object in an inward motion towards you. To dispel negative energy, rub in an outward motion. Likewise, do the same for your body. Anointing the body with oils is an excellent way to strengthen your intentions. The aroma of the oil acts to keep your desires and prayers at the forefront of your mind throughout the day. The more thought and concentration you put into your prayers, intentions, or spells, the stronger they become. “Remember intent is what drives the power of the tool”.


Offerings – Because of their pleasant and strong properties, magickal oils make the ideal offering to your favored Spirit or Deity. When using oil as an altar offering, you may pour it into a special dish and leave it on your altar, or simply uncork the bottle and leave it open. It’s always beneficial to dedicate an oil offering before presenting it to your favored Spirit or Deity.


Home Use - Magickal oils can be sprayed into the atmosphere or used to clean the home. Our oils have the ability to help change a force field. If you’ve been down on your luck or noticing low vibrations in the home, use the oils to clear away harmful psychic energy and summon light energy instead. Bring love to your sacred space, or keep love flowing, with one of our love or desire oils. Burn a bit of our money oil in a burner or in boiling water and allow its fragrance and energy to fill the home to bring good fortune. All of our oils can be used in the home for protection, cleansing, healing, or drawing positivity into your life.


St. Martin de Porres Miracle Oil- Housekeepers, Veterinarians, Lost Pets, Love


    The Conjured Saint Ritually-Blessed Oils are crafted to enhance and promote ritual-working, spell-working and personal intent.  These spiritual recipes can be used to anoint the body or tools, burned in an oil burner, or added to ritual baths.

    Our sacred oils are hand-blended and bottled into “metaphysical battery-packs” of concentrated magick.  Each oil contains its own spiritual life force (the soul), that is harnessed by harvesting Mother Nature’s blessings.  Plants are alive, and everything that lives has a soul like essences. Roots, seeds, leaves, and petals all contain a specific metaphysical signature that is captured and magickally-infused into the oil that corresponds to each botanical’s intent and purpose. 


    The botanicals used are specifically selected by The Conjured Saint from our sacred, blessed garden and then hand-blended with blessed crystals to create powerful, divine oils.  Crystals, like botanicals, are living beings, charged with a universal life-force.  Harnessing this energizing life force into the oils allows them to continually recharge themselves.  


    The Conjured Saint oils are designed to endure through the use of Vitamin E and premium-selected grapeseed oil, which preserve their sacred shelf life. Blessed under the moon during the appropriate moon cycle, holy days of religious days of obligation, and according to the correct energy of the days of the week, each oil is its own life-force in a vial, ready to be used to enhance spell-work. The Conjured Saint oils are adaptable to any spiritual practice.

    Botanically-infused on the appropriate days to enhance their properties, the oils are then blessed on a sacred altar under the watchful eyes of the saints and steeped with the powerful crystals that harvest the energy and vitality of Earth’s divine magick.  The inclusion of crystals in The Conjured Saint’s recipes provides an energy-generating quality that is unique to The Conjured Saint spells and magickal products.

    The ritual blending and blessing of the oils is a traditional ceremony carried out amidst powerful magickal, holy, and religious relics, an altar of cascading crystal waterfalls, the elements of fire, water, earth, and air, and otherworldly intervention that completes the process.  The Conjured Saint leaves no stone unturned when formulating our oils, so that you may reap the benefits of divine Earth magick.