We can save money on insurance if we avoid collisions, protect against accidents and we can foresee any problems that can happen to us with it. Remember: this ritual to protect the car will allow you to be safer not only your vehicle but also your family welfare.
This ritual serves to any vehicle, new or used, doesn't matter if it was bought a long time ago or if you want to sell it, is never more secure with this ritual.
You will need to have a safer car:
- A person of trust
- Washing the car
- Bucket of water with a few drops of vinegar
- A bowl of uncooked rice
- Holy water
- A coconut
- Two lemons
- A small jar with lid.
To have a safer car proceeds like this:
You are looking for a person of your trust (husband, wife, brother, father, friend, etc).
This person shall surrender the keys to the car, before receiving them you will have to put a little holy water on your hands and rub them. Repeat this symbolic washing three times.
Put a few drops of vinegar, along with the shampoo or product you use regularly in the bucket or washing bucket.
Then wash thoroughly the car, slowly, carefully, wash it and clean it in detail the ritual of having a safer car will work properly. Dry well.
The person that you have chosen for this ritual of protection will you then rice and you esparcirás from the front of the car, the hood, spreading it a little.
You do a cross by tracing it with your hand on the rice, and put a few drops of holy water. Let this cross until the end of the ritual.
Breaks the coconut and pour the liquid on the front tires, which are those who lead or guide the way.
Lemons, which are to ward off the bad vibe and envy, cut them in half and place each of the 4 halves, in each of the tires, so you step on them when you move the car.
To complete the ritual clean rice cross throws lemons in the garbage and pass flannel to the truck.
Now you have a safer car, protected against the mishaps and accidents, and bad waves of the envious, saving money on insurance and being safer while driving.
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