The Angels that Beat Madame Death
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Sometimes the creepiest pieces we get are from Europe. I'm telling you. There is just something Europe that allows creepy magic to resonate. I mean, magic can be found all over the world, but if you want creepy then you've gotta travel to Europe. This is where this next piece comes from. We actually made this piece while we were doing an investigation at an abandoned mental institution outside of Budapest in Hungary. Hungarian magic is awesome because a lot of it is gypsy magic. This piece is not gypsy magic, but Hungary does offer a lot in the way of gypsy magic because they called the spot home for so long. No, this piece is much, much darker than any gypsy magic that I've ever encountered. It has secured the magic of a certain doctor, who they called Madame Death.
Madame Death wasn't really a Madame at all. In fact, it was a man who used to like to cross-dress. Yes, even in those days they had those who did it. He was a real whackadoo, too. He really thought he was a woman sometimes. I personally think he had borderline personality disorder, but I'm not a doctor. Either way, this wasn't the only weird thing about him. He was also into very dark, dark magic. Accordingly, he would pace the floors of the asylum every night at witching hours, with nursed flanked by his side with sedation medication. He'd select a suitable patient and then the "procedures" would begin. It was at this point that Madame Death, decked out in her woman clothes would mangle the bodies and when she couldn't receive the results that she wanted with them, she would sacrifice them to the Dark Lord.
Now, you might be thinking to yourself, "How could this possibly have a happy ending?" Well, to tell you the truth it is more of a bittersweet ending. One evening Madame Death was attempting to open the portal between Hell and Earth. There was a ton of spiritual energies floating around and some of the people he had murdered were able to travel through into the human realm. The portal to Hell was never opened but there was a portal open long enough for these spirits to come through. They haunted Madame Death day and night until he threw himself from the balcony of the third floor. I imagine he's probably in Hell somewhere right now, but who am I to judge.
What I'm here to offer is the spiritual energy of a ring of spirits that were murdered by Madame Death. There are quite a few of them. We have set them into this piece. They have two objectives that they seek to meet when you are the owner of this piece. 1.) Keep you safe at all cost so you do not suffer their demise. 2.) Allow you to live the life you've always wanted because they had the chance to. They are only able to grant you these powers because somehow after the sacrifices St. Gabriel intercepted their souls and they were brought to Heaven to become angels. They are now your angels. They will protect and guide you where you go, from all forms of evil and adversity. They will bring you luck and good fortune. They will also allow you to rewrite your future to include the things you want to include and to dismantle the things you don't prefer. It is very powerful magic. It was a very creepy experience, but it all worked out in the end, so it's worth it.