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There are two saints known as Cyprian and there has been much confusion
between these two martyrs as it is said that both bishops were born in
Carthage sometime in the 3rd century, one was an orator and teacher, the Search
other, a pagan necromancer that traveled around the Mediterranean in
order to expand his occult knowledge who now bears the image of the other.
He is known and prayed to as Saint Cyprian of Antioch.
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Very little is known about this ‘saint’ who is sometimes petitioned for love,
luck, money, etc., but one thing is for certain, those are not the
characteristics of his mythic nature, as most do not know of his dark and
sinister past.

It is said that Cyprian of Antioch was born in Carthage as a pagan child


dedicated to the service of Apollo, Greek God of light, youth, healing, and
prophecy. He entered the mysteries of Mithras at the age of seven, carried
the torch of Demeter, wore the white garments of Kore, and served the
serpent of Pallas. He was then sent off to Mount Olympus to be initiated into
communion of dæmons who are born from the echoes of the heavenly voices,
feeding only on fruits and acorns after sunset for twenty-nine days.

At the age of ten he learned divination from the movement of animals, the
sound of trees, and from the whispers of the dead. At the age of fifteen he

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lived in Argos and served the goddess Juno. He then lived in Icara where he
served the goddess Diana, and then Sparta where he learned incantations
on how to commune with the dead.

He moved to Memphis, Egypt at the age of twenty where he learned the ways
of possession and demonology, meeting the dæmons the Great Solomon
once had. It is also said that this is where Cyprian learned how to magically
induce natural disasters.

At thirty years old, he set out to learn from the Chaldeans, astrology,
herbology, as well as the motion of ether, fire, and light. This is where
Cyprian met and honored the Devil, thus, he was entrusted with an infantry
of dæmons.

“His form was like a golden flower adorned with precious stones, and
he crowned his head with stones that were twined together—the
energies of which illuminated that plain, and his garment was no
different—and when he enwreathed himself, he shook the land.”
—Confession of Cyprian of Antioch

He then moved to Antioch where he became a famous philosopher and a


powerful sorcerer. One day a young man named Aglaïdas came to seek his
services to win the love of a virgin named Justina. He sent out several
dæmons who were unsuccessful in turning her will. Justina’s god was more
powerful and through prayer, no dæmon could harm her. And after several
attempts, Cyprian’s magic was extinguished. Seeing this, the Devil himself
tried to carry on the mission, but after Justina made the sign of the cross, his
attempts were also unsuccessful.

The powerless Cyprian renounced his pagan practices and went to Justina to
plea for his live, turned away, he approached the Christian god, where he was
shown mercy. After converting to Christianity, he eventually worked his way
through the hierarchy and became the Bishop of Antioch. He was then
turned over by the people to the Roman governor of the region, where he
would be judged for shaming their gods and turning people away from them.
Both Justina and Cyprian we tortured by being thrown in a boiling cauldron,
but no harm came to them, fearing their sorcery, they were sent to
Nicomedia were they were both beheaded.

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During his confession prior to his death, he recounted the acts he committed,
killing people physically and magically, decapitating dark-skinned youth to
Hekate, burying young adults to Pluto, giving the blood of virgins to Pallas
and the blood of full grown men to Kronos.

It was in Portugal during the 19th century, that a book bearing his name
appeared, The Great Book of Saint Cyprian, in which the legend tells us that
this book was written by the saint himself, and contains spells and
incantations that terrifies anyone who possess it. Legend also says that if
read in its entirety it will attract the devil himself. This book was later taken
to Brazil where its practices were infused with the Afro-Caribbean religions
of Umbanda and Candomble, where he is venerated alongside the
Pombagiras of Kimbanda.

Today, his image is that of a bishop wearing a white alb, a purple cope, a
mitre, a golden crozier, while holding a bible. But what most people do not
know is that this particular image is a variation of the image of Saint
Cyprian of Carthage as there have been no images found of a Cyprian of
Antioch .

Unfortunately, Cyprian has now been deemed a fictional character as


historians found no evidence of his existence and his confession was
classified as a borrowed literally work, which eventually lead the Vatican to
remove him from the list of saints in 1968. But, whatever spirit has taken on
the name, it carries it proudly and effectively, and so, he shall remain as
such, Cyprian of Antioch, Patron Saint of Necromancers.

How I honor, serve, and work with Cyprian:

He is called upon to aid in any workings when dealing directly with the dead.
His statue was placed inside a cauldron filled with graveyard dirt and
surrounded by the ashes of the dead. He was given seven gold coins, seven
acorns, seven nails, a dagger, a skull of a black dog, and a purple candle
which is lit on Fridays, the day I observe the dead. He was also given a
second cauldron filled with liquids for divination. On his feast day,

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September 26, I light for him seven candles after sunset and feed him with
fruits.

Personal Prayer to Cyprian:

In the name of Cipriano and his seven candles,


on behalf of his black dog and his seven gold coins.
In the name of Cipriano and his silver dagger.
In the name of Cipriano and his holy mountain.
In the name of the tree of the zephyrs and the great oak.
I ask and shall be answered,
by the 7 churches of Rome, the seven lamps of Jerusalem,
the seven golden candles of Egypt.
Amen.

Personal Prayer to Cyprian against an enemy:

Mighty Cipriano,
sorcerer of shadows and occult powers,

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to you whom nothing is impossible,


through your conjure, by your Holy Dagger,
cut the tongue of my enemies,
the wicked and the malicious who want to bring their evil to my home.
Return twice as much what was sent to me,
sheltering and protecting me at all times.
Amen.

_______________________________
Sources:
The Chaldean Oracles
Picatrix
Greek Mysteries, 2003
Greek and Roman Necromancy, 2004
The Confession of Cyprian of Antioch, 2009
El Gran Libro de San Cipriano, 2005
Orthodox Christian Information Center

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For more information and ways to serve him, you can purchase my booklet
on St. Cyprian at: www.vodoustore.com

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Devil, Greek, Grimoire, Hecate, Hekate, Magic, Magick, Necromancer, Occult,
Pagan, Saint, Necromancy

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Frater Ruiiz James • a y ear ago


With all truth and honesty Mr. John Church, why does your
profile have the Yoni, The fish symbol of the female vagina, Mr.
Church knowledge is what christianity is against, I on the other
hand was a BAC preacher raise catholic, but I had a calling,
chosen to learn the truth and lies of our modern day bible which
is always read literally, and was never meant to be read as such,
Moses was a sorceror , god did not part the red sea, but Moses
did, First of all one must read the books that were removed from
the original bible. Constantine was the beginning of a mythical
fear controlling religion called christianity. Remember these
words, it is said the anti christ will come as a person performing
miracles,in this day and age no chritian would fall for such a
person, the antichrist is here, and you just may be serving that
person through false teachings. Freedom from religion is a
blessing, your not going to heaven and I and others are not going
to hell. All that is man created. So mote it be Ave.
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John Church • 2 y ears ago


In all patience and love, I hate to break this to you, but
Necromancy is a sin, as expressed both by the Scriptures and by
the Catechism of the Catholic Church. We do not try to conjure
the dead or commune with spirits. Please, don't continue in this
work, it is destructive towards your immortal soul. This form in
which you venerate saints, seek their intercession, and use their
images is totally improper. Please repent and turn towards the
loving and merciful God, who died on the cross for your
salvation.

Leviticus 19:31: "Do not turn to mediums or wizards; do not seek


them out, to be defiled by them: I am the LORD your God."

CCC 2117 "All practices of magic or sorcery, by which one


attempts to tame occult powers, so as to place them at one's
service and have a supernatural power over others - even if this
were for the sake of restoring their health - are gravely contrary
to the virtue of religion. These practices are even more to be
condemned when accompanied by the intention of harming
someone, or when they have recourse to the intervention of
demons. Wearing charms is also reprehensible. Spiritism often
implies divination or magical practices; the Church for her part
warns the faithful against it. Recourse to so-called traditional
cures does not justify either the invocation of evil powers or the
exploitation of another's credulity."
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Stephen Black > John Church • 3 months ago


If the church knew the full number of Saints who
practiced sin, Rome's basillica would lay in ruins..not to
mention those twisted sods addicted to the flesh of the
young.. working today under the cloister, in every city, in
every state and in every country of The World. Arguing
your point, drawing citation like a lawyer.. from a book
poorly copied from a book... full of dead words argued
literally by sheep marked for slaughter.
A Comedy indeed.. though hardly Divine.
Onward xtian soldier! For the glory of Christos. ���
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