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Saint Isidore Of Seville The Patron Saint of the Internet

Voodoo Flag of Saint Isidore, pray for us that all our travels to web sites are safe and that our emails are spam free!

Saint Isidore, pray for us!
Sancte Isidore, ora pro nobis!



The patron saint of the internet

Also known as Isidore the Bishop; Schoolmaster of the Middle Ages.
His Memorial 4 April is a Voodoo Celebration day and the day that Voodooist do rituals to protect their computers, and pray for their school aged children to excel in their studies. Proclaimed Doctor of the Church by Pope Benedict XIV in 1722, and became the leading candidate for patron of computer users and the Internet in 1999. Many New Orleans and Miami Voodoos have brought him into the fold of sacred Loa's to call upon for protection of their software and computer hardware. And he been named 'cyber protector' by religious and virtual Web communities in Spain

Embraced by Miami, Florida voodoo believers a Voodoo Loa (LWA) he is associated with Legba, Kalfu, who also controls the crossroads. Dumballah is benevolent, innocent, a loving father. He communicate very well, but sometimes as though his wisdom were too aloof for us.

Dumballah is the snake. He plunges into a basin of water which is built for him, or climbs up into a tree. Again, as the snake he is rather uncommunicative, but a loving quiet presence. He does not communicate exact messages, but seems to radiate a comforting presence which sends a general spirit of optimism into all people present. When Dumballah mounts someone the special offering to him is the egg, which he crushes with his teeth. Some liken this to finding information on a web site and devouring it.

Isidore Son of Severianus and Theodora, people known for their piety. Brother of Saint Fulgentius, Saint Florentina, and Saint Leander of Seville, who raised him after their father's death. Initially a poor student, he gave the problem over to God and became one of the most learned men of his time. Priest. Helped his brother Leander, archbishop of Seville, in the conversion the Visigoth Arians. Hermit.

Saint Isidore Of Seville The Voodoo Saint of the Internet

Archbishop of Seville c.601, succeeding his brother to the position. Teacher, founder, reformer. Required seminaries in every diocese, wrote a rule for religious orders. Prolific writer including a dictionary, an encyclopedia, a history of Goths, and a history of the world beginning with creation. Completed the Mozarabic liturgy which is still in use in Toledo, Spain. Presided at the Second Council of Seville, and the Fourth Council of Toledo. Introduced the works of Aristotle to Spain.

Born c.560 at Cartagena, Spain Died 4 April 636 at Seville, Spain Patronage
computer technicians; computer users; computers; the Internet; schoolchildren; students. Representation bees; bishop holding a pen while surrounded by a swarm of bees; bishop standing near a beehive; old bishop with a prince at his feet; pen; priest or bishop with pen and book; with Saint Leander, Saint Fulgentius, and Saint Florentina; with his Etymologia

Heresy is from the Greek word meaning 'choice'.... But we are not permitted to believe whatever we choose, nor to choose whatever someone else has believed. We have the Apostles of God as authorities, who did not...choose what they would believe but faithfully transmitted the teachings of Christ. So, even if an angel from heaven should preach otherwise, he shall be called anathema.

-Saint Isidore


Prayer purifies us, reading instructs us. Both are good when both are possible. Otherwise, prayer is better than reading.

If a man wants to be always in God's company, he must pray regularly and read regularly. When we pray, we talk to God; when we read, God talks to us.

All spiritual growth comes from reading and reflection. By reading we learn what we did not know; by reflection we retain what we have learned.

Reading the holy Scriptures confers two benefits. It trains the mind to understand them; it turns man's attention from the follies of the world and leads him to the love of God.

The conscientious reader will be more concerned to carry out what he has read than merely to acquire knowledge of it. In reading we aim at knowing, but we must put into practice what we have learned in our course of study.

The more you devote yourself to study of the sacred utterances, the richer will be your understanding of them, just as the more the soil is tilled, the richer the harvest.

The man who is slow to grasp things but who really tries hard is rewarded, equally he who does not cultivate his God-given intellectual ability is condemned for despising his gifts and sinning by sloth.

Learning unsupported by grace may get into our ears; it never reaches the heart. But when God's grace touches our innermost minds to bring understanding, his word which has been received by the ear sinks deep into the heart.

from Book of Maxims by Saint Isidore

One of the ways many Voodoo Wiccan and occultist protect their computers is by
keeping secret the particularly useful spells, incantations, or rituals of their magic. Some put magical veve's, holy cards and even actually ritual bless their private machines. Laptops are often put under protection spells to keep them from being stolen, Others use a Saint Isidore of Seville Screen saver and wallpaper to keep it from harm. A few web site builders I know have even been known to hide the prayer to St. Isidore in their coding. A computer virus is a computer program that can copy itself and infect a computer without permission or knowledge of the user. Some believe that the image of the Saint either on the computer screen as a background or part of a screen saver, or even his holy card hidden in a tower or placed under the key boards will help keep your PC safe from internet dangers.



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The Most Holy Patron Saint of The internet.

Once you click on the size option a new browser window will appear. PC users right-click and save to desktop, Mac users control click and save to your desktop.

To setup a wallpaper on your PC, go to the Control Panel and use the 'Display Properties' section to select your wallpaper or right-click on your desktop and select properties. Click on the Desktop tab.

To setup a wallpaper on your Mac, select 'Appearance' from the Apple menu, choose the Desktop tab, choose Place Picture and select the file from your hard drive, and choose set desktop.


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Saint Isidore Of Seville The Voodoo Saint of the Internet

Bishops seek saint for Internet
Hopeless clickers urge Vatican to name protector --

(CNN) — Fed up with hackers, a flood of spam and lousy connections, Italian Roman Catholics have launched a search for a patron saint of the Internet. And they hope their online poll will yield a holy Web protector by Easter.
Will it be Archangel Gabriel, whom the Bible credits with bringing Mary the news that she’d give birth to Jesus? Or Saint Isadore of Seville, who wrote the world’s first encyclopedia? Or perhaps Saint Clare of Assisi, a nun believed to have seen visions on a wall?

So far, about 5,000 visitors are casting their votes daily on, something that delights Monsignor James P. Moroney, an expert on prayer and worship for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

"Everyone needs patrons in the Kingdom of Heaven, and perhaps the Internet as a very young child needs the interventions of a saint all the more," he said.


One question though do I still need a firewall and an a Antivirus program? My friends who I told of this Cyberspace voodoo ritual all too said it can't hurt. And it's like putting a St. Christopher statue on your dashboard is how they tend to liken it too.



"There are people who want to have a saint for everything. …People come up with a cause and they will assign someone to it."
-- Penelope Fletcher, Pope John Paul II Cultural Center.

A Prayer to say aloud before Logging onto the Internet

Prayer before logging on to the Internet

Almighty and eternal God, who hast created us in Thy image and hast bidden us to seek after all that is good, true and beautiful,especially in the divine person of Thy only-begotten Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, grant we beseech Thee that, through the intercession of Saint Isidore, bishop and doctor, during our journeys through the internet we will direct our hands and eyes only to that which is pleasing to Thee and treat with charity and patience all those souls whom we encounter. Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Oratio ante colligationem in Interrete factam

Omnípotens aetérne Deus, qui nos secúndum imáginem Tuam plasmásti, et omnia bona, vera, pulchra, praesértim in divína persóna Unigéniti Fílii Tui Dómini nostri Iesu Chrísti, quaérere iussísti, praesta quaésumus ut, per intercessiónem Sancti Isidóri, Epíscopi et Doctóris, in peregrinatiónibus per interrete factis et manus oculósque ad quae Tibi sunt plácita intendámus et omnes quos convénimus cum caritáte ac patiéntia accipiámus. Per Christum Dóminum nostrum. Amen.


And in truth so do all the Voodisi in the world. It's the faith and culture coming together in the computer age. The Vatican’s Observation Service for Internet, which drew its mission from the Pontifical Council for Social Communications, researched the Internet and related technologies to select a patron saint that best reflects the concerns and ideals of computer designers, programmers and users. The saint chosen by the Observation Service was Saint Isidore.

Saint Isidore Of Seville The Voodoo Saint of the Internet

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Saint Isidore Of Seville The Voodoo Saint of the Internet

The drums echoed, constant with a strange chant for background noise for the BIZANGO. The finely decorated altar with over 200 candles ablaze was covered with PAQUETS CONGO, WANGA, Voodoo dolls and several live huge snakes and a new Dell computer was the base for a large statue of Saint Isidore of Seville.

Tonight on North Miami Ave. Neighborhood (the North east section of Miami is called little Hatti known for strange spells and often told tales of cock fighting) Haitian Mambo Josephine Jean-Gilles and her SHANPWEL begins her voodoo ritual with over 50 people in attendance. And old black woman sits in a lone rocking chair making a doll of the Saint to use as an offering as his approach draws near. And then startling the crowd in a loud creole tone voice she begins to call out to him and the CARREFOUR.

Here in the quiet and in the still darkness I light candles near the front door of a hounfour (a voodoo temple) I stood amazed as 21st century technology met the ancestors of age old voodoo spirits. The ritual is to keep the DJAB at bay with her PWIN.

The place was divided into many rooms, known as peristiles. From the main one (poteau-mitam), the BAGI where entities - that is, loas, or orishas, spirits that are the manifold manifestations of God - would appear, a thick smoke wafted out. People clad in white sang a song in spanish and creole to Saint Isidore. It had the same melody as an old lullaby I would sing my young children to sleep with.

On the walls hung images of saints, side by side with cabalistic symbols known as "vévé". The strong smell of rum prevailed over the session. All of a sudden, I realize the Houngan (priest) was about to commence a sacrifice.

Two white and blue ribbons circled the computer with the statue and candles on top. On the monitor screen was a screen saver with a veve blazing across it. On this important day of the festival, The Voodoo drummers and others were playing their musical instruments that led the people dancing around the pole to a perfect state of grace trance... Many were characterizes as their protector saints with clothes and ancestral movements and gestures. People in white clothes were dancing and making sounds like a modem representing the spirit of the computer. I asked if the computer on the altar was connected to the internet and the answer was yes.

Sitting before the computer Mambo Josephine prayed aloud half in english half in creole. I heard in her utterence the word spam and spyware mixed in the creole words.

"Spirit here before me... With your great holy powers bless the internet and all that use it's serviesm" she said. "Protect our children from the harm of porn, and guide all those that seek it's use to the web sites they most desire to find." To you our lord watch over those that build the we, refine it's use and codes." May all the information that those who dare to seek it find it without hesitation." LEGBA is your lord master! SOBO is your power! OGUM is your maker! GUEDE is your soul! BARON SAMED is your keeper! AGWÉ is your keeper!

She then spun around in the chair for what seemed an eternity until she was the true CHEVAL, possessed and CIANOSE by the spirit of the Saint himself in trance.

In the now quite room the Saint came to each of those in attendance and spoke words of comfort. To me he said, "Tell my story on the internet let the world know what is truly blessed by me."

AGWÉ - voodoo loa; the spirit of the sea
BAGI - temple sanctuary, a secret room that houses the spirits' altar
BARON SAMEDI - voodoo loa; the lord and guardian of graveyards, represented by a large cross planted on the tomb of the first man buried there; an important bizango spirit.
BIZANGO - how secret societies are called; also implies the rite carried by the shampwel; its name derives from a Guinea Bissau tribe
CARREFOUR - crossroads; also a voodoo loa associated with both the bizango and the petro rites.
CHEVAL - horse; in voodoo jargon, the person who receives a spirit
CIANOSE - blue skin tone caused by oxygen deprivation
DJAB - Devil, evil force, baka
GRANS BWA - voodoo loa; the spirit of the forest
GUEDE - voodoo loa; the spirit of the dead
LEGBA - voodoo loa; the spirit of communication and of crossroads
LOUP GAROU - werewolf; the bizango roaming queen is supposed to be a loup garou.
MACOUTE - Haitian peasants' wicker backpack
MAMBO - voodoo priestess
MANGÉ MOUN - "to eat people", and euphemism for killing someone
OGUM - voodoo loa; the spirit of fire, war and iron
PAQUETS CONGO - a small sacred package that holds magic ingredients that protect against disease and evil; the closest thing there is to the notorious - and often misconstrued - voodoo doll
PETRO - a group of voodoo loas that derives from Congolese rites
PWIN - the magic force invoked to carry out the wishes of a witch or of the bizango society
REINE VOLTIGE - the roaming queen, known to be a werewolf; the four reines voltiges carry the sacred coffin during bizango processions.
SHANPWEL - a term used in reference to secret societies; misused as a synonym for bizango, but more properly applied to the bizango's members.
SOBO - voodoo loa; the spirit of thunder
TETRADOXIN - a neurotoxin found in blowfish and other animals, whose effect is to block nerve signals by stopping the transportation of sodium ions at cells
TONTON MACOUTE - literally, "uncle backpack"; the name given to the members of Papa Doc's personal guard
VÉVÉ - symbols drawn in flour or cinders, whose purpose is to invoke the loas; each spirit has its own vévé
VOODOO - theological principles and practices of traditional Haitian society
WANGA - an amulet used against selfish or evil purposes
ZOMBI ASTRAL - an aspect of the soul that can be transmogrified at the discretion of its possessor
ZOMBI CADAVRE - a flesh zombie, which can be made to work
ZOMBI SAVANE - a former zombie, someone who has gone to ground, became a zombie and later returned to life.
Source: A Serpente e o Arco-Íris, by Wade Davis (editora Jorge Zahar, 1980)

The Vatican has declared that St. Isidore of Seville is the patron saint of the Internet, And so have the many practicing voodoosants and those that search the internet and now his image — in the form of a stained-glass window — casts its colors in Boston College’s new data center. Small wonder that the Voodoo people of Miami saw fit to recognize him as the Internet’s patron also and include him in thier pantheon of Loa's.


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