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Push Away Negative People and Energy With San Alejo

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Push Away Negative People and Energy With San Alejo

Saint Alex, or San Alejo, is venerated for his undying faith while facing persecution and is seen as the patron saint of beggars. He is known for chasing away enemies, evil, and all negative people and energies. Those who pray to him are looking for protection from individuals who are looking to cause emotional, physical, or spiritual harm to them.

Invoking the protection of San Alejo can keep you and your loved ones safe from gossipers, abusers, bullies, or any other threat to your safety, well-being, or reputation. The color associated with San Alejo is purple, and his feast day is August 30th.

If you are looking to distance yourself from individuals who mean you harm in any way, you can do the following to help call on San Alejo for his protection. Pray to him to get rid of an abusive spouse, an unwanted guest, or even a malicious spirit or other entity that may be around you or in your home - and make them stay away for good.

You can also call upon San Alejo to help cleanse you and heal you after you have been harmed or abused.

Invoking The Power of San Alejo

Hold a pinch of  San Alejo Sachet Powder in your hand while picturing the results you desire in your head. Then, release the power to the wind, sprinkle it onto the ground, or toss it into a source of running water. You can also keep evil energies away from your home by sprinkles some of the powder into the four corners of your home or room. You can also direct the energy of the powder by blowing it out of your hand in the direction of a person or place you wish to be protected. Make sure you pray and meditate often on the results you are trying to achieve.

If you are facing a situation where you are not sure who your enemies are, or just simply want to ensure the best outcome to a situation by avoiding any potential negative interference, you can also burn a  San Alejo 7 Day Saint Candle, or wear a Saint Alejo Bracelet to help keep your enemies at bay and drive them away from you. 

Use This San Alejo Ritual To Drive Away Enemies

If you have anyone who is working hard to hurt or harm you, you can use the following ritual to protect yourself and get rid of them for good. Remember to only use this spell to drive an individual away from yourself. If you use it for separation with the intent to drive two other people away from each other who do not mean each other any harm, you may bring on negative consequences to yourself. This ritual should also be performed while the moon is in a waning phase.

For this ritual you will need the following ingredients:

Write the full name of the person you want to drive away from you on the top of the parchment paper in very large letters. Then below that, write the namer smaller, then under that name, smaller again. Continue to do that until on the last line the name is written so small that the letters of the name are only tiny dots.

Using the purple candle, carve in the full name of the person from the bottom of the candle upwards toward the wick using the back of a wooden match or a sharp wooden stick. Anoint the candle with San Alejo oil, applying it from the bottom of the candle up toward the wick. You can also put a few drops of San Alejo oil on the parchment pare where you wrote the names.

Place the parchment on a white ceramic or china plate then place the candle on top of it. Place the glass of water next to the plate. Light the candle while thinking about the person you're trying to affect and recite the following prayer:

Oh, glorious San Alejo, you who have the power to dispel all the bad that surrounds the Lord’s chosen, I beg you to keep my enemies away from me.

Keep Satan away from me, the liar, the witchcraft, the sin, the one who brings to harm me: (Say the name of the person you want away from you)

Put me so far from the bad that they shall never see me.

Get me close to the Lord Jesus Christ so that by His divine grace He can shower me with goodness and save me a place in the shade of the Holy Spirit.


Once the candle has completely burned out, dispose of the candle properly. Then place the glass of water on top of your refrigerator or a shelf where it will not be disturbed next to the image of San Alejo.

As time passes you should notice that the subject of your ritual has moved away from your life, or has stopped bothering you. If the subject resists, you can repeat the ritual.

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