PRAYER of SAINT BENEDICT (Exorcism and the Cross of Eternal Salvation)

Marcelo Lago

PRAYER and MEDAL of SAINT BENEDICT (Exorcism and the Cross of Eternal Salvation)
Saint Benedict (c. 480 - c. 547) was the son of a Roman noble of Nursia, a small town near Spoleto. Saint Benedict founded twelve communities for monks, the best known of which is his first monastery at Monte Cassino in the mountains of southern Italy.

On the face the medal of Saint Benedict features his image holding aloft a cross in his right hand. To his right lies a poisoned cup that shattered when Saint Benedict blessed it by making the sign of the cross over it, and to his left a raven carries of a poisoned left sent to Saint Benedict by a jealous enemy.

The back of the Saint Benedict medal features a large cross within which is contained the letters: C, S, S, M, L, N, D, S and D, which stand for the Latin prayer 'Crux sacra sit mihi lux! Nunquam draco sit mihi dux!' which translates as 'May the holy cross be my light! May the dragon never be my guide!' Around the margin of the cross are featured the letters: V, R, S, N, S, M, V -- S, M, Q, L, I, V, B which is the abbreviation of the prayer ' Vade retro satana! Nunquam suade mihi vana! Sunt mala quae libas, Ipse venena bibas! Which translates as 'Begone Satan! Never tempt me with your vanities! What you offer me is vile, drink the poison yourself!'

The Saint Benedict medal is considered to be a valuable aid with regard to performing an exorcism, and the video below demonstrates a Saint Benedict exorcism prayer that can be used to remove bad spirits and negative entities from your home or life.
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Marcelo Lago
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