A Prayer Against Foot and Mouth Disease, Charms in Welsh folklore and mythology, a tale from Unknown Wales
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Category: Charms
Sub Category: Foot and Mouth
Title: A Prayer Against Foot and Mouth Disease


May Christ Jesus the sanctified one, who suffered death on the cross,| When thou didst raise Lazarus from his tomb after his death,| When Thou forgavest sins to Mary Magdalen, have| mercy on me, so that everything named by me and| crossed by me ++++ may be saved by the power and| virtue of thy blessed words my Lord Jesus Christ.  Amen.| Jesus Christ our Lord save us from every kind of| temptation whether spiritual above the earth or| under the earth, from the devilish man or woman| with evil heart who bewitcheth the goods of their| owner; his evil virtue, his evil excommunicated heart| cut off from the Catholic Faith ++++ by the power| and virtue of thy blessed words my Lord Jesus Christ.  Amen.| Jesus Christ our Lord save us from the disease and the| affliction, and the wrath, and the envy, and the| mischief, and the . . . and the planet of the sky| and the earthly poison, by the power and virtue| of Thy blessed words, my Lord Jesus Christ.  Amen.| The mark ++++ indicates that crosses were here made by the person who used the charm, and probably the words of the charm were audibly uttered.


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