Santa Muerte, Mictecacihuatl – the ‘Lady of Death’

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By Jim Stockstill

May 3, 2021: evening private time with the Lord.

A quick glimpse of another boil, separate from the carbuncle, the Lord instructed me to research the “Lady of Death.” An aspect of being a prophet that is nauseating but needed as a voice for the Lord in this hour of depravity and lawlessness.

A carbuncle is a red, swollen, and painful cluster of boils that are connected to each other under the skin. A boil (or furuncle) is an infection of a hair follicle that has a small collection of pus (called an abscess) under the skin. Carbuncles can develop in other areas of the body such as the buttocks, thighs, groin, and armpits.

Most carbuncles are caused by Staphylococcus aureusbacteria, which inhabit the skin surface, throat, and nasal passages. These bacteria can cause infection by entering the skin through a hair follicle, small scrape, or puncture, although sometimes there is no obvious point of entry. Filled with pus — a mixture of old and white blood cells, bacteria, and dead skin cells — carbuncles must drain before they’re able to heal. Carbuncles are more likely than boils to leave scars.

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Santa Muerte, Mictecacihuatl – the ‘Lady of Death’

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