Milagros Pendants from Mothology ~ The Science of Style                                                                                                                                                     Más

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Altars: Mexican #Milagro #Altar. These small Mexican charms are commonly placed on altars and accompany prayers for health.

Altars: Mexican #Milagro #Altar. These small Mexican charms are commonly placed on altars and accompany prayers for health.

There is a milagro miracle for every possible situation or problem. Icons & statues are decorated with a huge array of the charms, & are especially protective against all manner of ills. No house should be without its magical milagros!

There is a milagro miracle for every possible situation or problem. Icons & statues are decorated with a huge array of the charms, & are especially protective against all manner of ills. No house should be without its magical milagros!

strange creatures mexican good luck charms illustration by Louise Lockhart http://louiselockhart.co.uk

strange creatures mexican good luck charms illustration by Louise Lockhart http://louiselockhart.co.uk

Milagros--Miracle... "Typically, a believer will make a vow to a saint or to a sacred object, and later they will make a pilgrimage to the site of a shrine or church and take a Milagro there and leave it as a sign of gratitude and devotion. People also carry Milagros for protection and good luck."

Milagros--Miracle... "Typically, a believer will make a vow to a saint or to a sacred object, and later they will make a pilgrimage to the site of a shrine or church and take a Milagro there and leave it as a sign of gratitude and devotion. People also carry Milagros for protection and good luck."

milagros. Remember yesterdays pin? just add a chin to each, and this can become a amazing necklace, of whatever length.

milagros. Remember yesterdays pin? just add a chin to each, and this can become a amazing necklace, of whatever length.

Milagros (also known as an ex-voto or dijes or promesas) are religious folk charms that are traditionally used for healing purposes and as votive offerings in Mexico, the southern United States, other areas of Latin America, and parts of the Iberian peninsula. They are frequently attached to altars, shrines, and sacred objects found in places of worship, and they are often purchased in churches and cathedrals, or from street vendors.

Milagros (also known as an ex-voto or dijes or promesas) are religious folk charms that are traditionally used for healing purposes and as votive offerings in Mexico, the southern United States, other areas of Latin America, and parts of the Iberian peninsula. They are frequently attached to altars, shrines, and sacred objects found in places of worship, and they are often purchased in churches and cathedrals, or from street vendors.

Milagros - Milagros are folk charms that can be offered to a saint as a reminder of a petitioner's particular need, or in gratitude for a prayer answered. They are used to assist in focusing attention towards a specific ailment, based on the type of charm used. Milagros are also carried for protection and good luck.

Milagros - Milagros are folk charms that can be offered to a saint as a reminder of a petitioner's particular need, or in gratitude for a prayer answered. They are used to assist in focusing attention towards a specific ailment, based on the type of charm used. Milagros are also carried for protection and good luck.

One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden hearts have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade heart has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros". The numerous tiny images nailed into each heart represent prayers and thanks for life's tiny miracles and gifts of heaven. The same religious charms are popularly used in Mexico's churches and on altars, and now you can faithfully decorate your own home…

One of Mexico's oldest religious traditions, these elaborate wooden hearts have long been considered a cornerstone of popular Mexican folk art. Each handmade heart has been painstakingly adorned with tiny brass figures known as "milagros". The numerous tiny images nailed into each heart represent prayers and thanks for life's tiny miracles and gifts of heaven. The same religious charms are popularly used in Mexico's churches and on altars, and now you can faithfully decorate your own home…

Sacred Heart Milagro Necklace... Chic Spanish Heart Collectable Design

Sacred Heart Milagro Necklace... Chic Spanish Heart Collectable Design

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