Sunday, May 19, 2013

Saint Sunday Series: St. Winwaloc - The Patron Saint of Fertility

Hello Guys, it is Saint Sunday! Our first series, Saint Sundays will highlight a new Saint each week that can help us in our daily lives and magickal workings.

St. Winwaloc
Today we are going to learn about St Winwaloc, a patron saint of fertility, This Saint was born in Ploufragren, France. After becoming abbot, he and eleven monks founded the Landevenne Monastery. He originally wanted to go to Ireland to visit the remains of St Patrick, who had recently died. Howver, The Holy Spirit came down and told him to build his Monastery across the water from Ireland. In 914, the Vikings raided the Monastery and destroyed the original structure, which was eventually rebuilt by the Benedictine Monks

During his veneration, St Winwaloc became known as a priapic saint (or a phallic saint), a saint known for dealing with a protector of livestock, fruits and gardens, fertility, and the penis.  His Feast Day is March 24

Prayer for Men to St Winwaloc for Fertility
(light a green candle consecutively for 11 days, reciting the following prayer)
Holy St. Winwaloc, hear my prayer
Bless my Seed and make me fertile
Make my phallus strong and hard
May my seed be blessed with child
Holy St Winwaloc may the child be healthy, strong and blessed
St Winwaloc take my prayers and aid me in the miracle of fatherhood
Food ideas for St Winwaloc Feast Days or Prayer Foods
Papa O’s 3R Red Beans, Red Meat and Rice
2 Cups Red Beans
3 cloves of Garlic
1 Medium Onion
2 tablespoons sea salt
¼ teaspoon cayenne
1 teaspoon of sugar
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 pound andouille
1 8 oz Steak
11 strips of Bacon
2 Tablespoons of hot sauce of choice.
Cut the bacon down to small pieces and the place it in a cast Iron skillet. Cook the bacon down and then mince the garlic and onion and add it to the bacon, allow the onions to become soft. Cube the steak and cut the andouille to be bite size pieces and them to the onion mixture and saute the proteins. Place in a slow cooker add the beans, salt, cayenne, sugar, and cumin; stir into the mixture thoroughly. Cover the mixture with water and then cook in a slow cooker for 5 hours on low, stirring it occasionally. Serve over white rice Serves 8
Papa O’s Fried Banana
3 Yellow Bananas cut into bite size pieces
2 eggs
¼ cup of milk
1 tablespoon melted butter
3 tablespoons sugar
1 cup all purpose flour
3 tablespoons heavy whipping cream
Mix together in a mixing bowl eggs, milk, melted butter, sugar, flour and cream. It should form a batter. Get a deep skillet or dutch oven and put in il where it is room for bananas to brown and float in. Cook till there is a golden brown coating and then remove from heat and drain excess oil. Cover with powder sugar and serve with chocolate syrup.

“Nourish the Body and Feed the Soul” Ase Papa O

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