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Love can be both life’s greatest blessing and its greatest curse. It is little wonder that love work is by far the most requested service at Divine Harmony Spiritual Church. The Garden of Venus is a section of the main chapel that is dedicated for work attracting lovers, soothing problems in relationships, rekindling passion in relationships that have gone cold, and for reconciliation. This altar calls upon the Goddess Venus to bring her influence into matters of love, beauty, desire, sex, fertility, friendship, sympathy, self-love, increased excellence in artistry, establishing healthy plants, and increasing aesthetic beauty. She is often associated with the Greek goddess Aphrodite and was said to be the loveliest of all deities. A statue of Venus, which Rev. Saint Germain's mother claimed was gifted to her by legendary Knoxville Madame Hazel Davidson, is the centerpoint of the altar. Also included is a very rare bronze statue entitled Lover Prelude by noted Spanish sculptor Manuel Vidal who specialized in erotic imagery, images of Adam & Eve and The Lovers from the Major Arcana tarot, a naturally occuring heart shaped piece of quartz, a box containing matched lode stones for attraction, a large amethyst cluster which is believed to help transform negative energy into a more positive form which is useful to turn around troubled relationships, foster forgiveness, and aid in reconciliation. When you call upon the Goddess Venus, you gain a powerful ally in navigating love's choppy waters.

Reverend Saint Germain will personalize the Ceremony of Venus to meet your specific needs, and select the elements which will best serve your unique situation. This altar work involves a mixture of ceremonial rootwork, candle vigils, sacred relics, and prayer to petition spiritual forces to rally to your cause. Depending on the type of ceremony, prayers may last 3 to 5 days. You will receive pictures of the work along with Reverend Saint Germain's observations and interpretations of any omens or signs that were seen during the ceremony.