Many of you requested Saint Benedict Medals - I was able to find two styles to be blessed and prepared.
I've included some footage of the Saint Benedict Medals being blessed in dirt from Saint Benedict's Church, root of Saint Benedict's herb and other Benedictine materia feeding the flaming crosses I made with my finger during prayer.
Saint Benedict is a spiritual defender of the faithful, the patron of exorcists and of a good death, and a constant and powerful ally against the adversaries from the lower spheres and their insidious effects on our lives.
Some footage of the Saint Benedict Medals being blessed in dirt from Saint Benedict's Church, root of Saint Benedict's herb and other Benedictine materia feeding the flaming crosses in the 2nd vid.His medal is traditionally carried for opening doors and opening difficult paths. Tradition holds that it protects from curses, evil and vice, protects against diseases and protects good health.
In a monastery manuscript, written in 1415, was a picture depicting St. Benedict holding in one hand a staff which ends in a cross, and a scroll in the other. On the staff and scroll were written in full the words of which the mysterious letters were the initials, a Latin prayer of exorcism against Satan. The manuscript contains the exorcism formula Vade retro satana ("Step back, Satan"), and the letters were found to correspond to this phrase.
In Gabriel Bucelin's 1679 Benedictus redivivus, he recounts several incidents in which St. Benedict's Medal was viewed as efficatious in addressing illness or some local calamity. In the 1743 Disquisitio sacra numismata, de origine quidditate, virtute, pioque usu Numismatum seu Crucularum S. Benedicti, Abbatis, Viennae Austriae, apud Leopoldum Kaliwoda, Abbot Löbl, of St. Margaret's Monastery of Prague, recommended recourse to the medal as a remedy against bleeding.
The Saint Benedict medal is a trustworthy exorcist's weapon, serving as both a shield and a sword against infernal adversaries, whether within oneself or in another who's being tormented.
There is no specific way the Saint Benedict Medal is used. A medal like this can be worn as a charm, kept in one's pocket, wallet, or purse, or hung in one's car or home. The medal is often put into the foundations of houses and building, on the walls of barns and sheds, or in one's place of business.
I purchased multiple for myself and others. When you open your mailbox you can already feel the power coming from the Saint Benedict medals. These Blessed medals are a must. Thank you Brother Moses !