Saint Michael the Archangel

One morning, I opened a window, and then hundreds of wasps flew into our house. I ran to protect my baby. I was afraid they sting them. I implored Saint Michael the Archangel, and thanks to him the wasps flew around us a little bit and then went out of the window without attacking us. I thank because my babe was saved.

1914, on my way from Tepiac to the ranch in Torija, I was attacked by three men from Santa Cruz. They tied me to a tree and scourged me. I entrusted myself to Saint Michael the Archangel and now thank him for saving me from death.

Aniseto Peres

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Dr. Guillermo Castillo M. was going to Mexico City and saw some small men at the height of Llano Grande. They were going to the trees. Doctor stopped and watched them. They were around 1 meter height and had big heads. It wasn’t a big surprise that they turned out to be aliens. They went to their UFO and flew away to the volcanos. Guillermo thanks Saint Michael the Archangel and offers this retablo as the testimony.

Puebla, 1965

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As testimony of my eternal gratitude I thank Saint Michael the Archangel with the present retablo for keeping my rooster Valiente (Valiant) in good health. He made me win a lot of money fighting in the cockpits. And I have a special feeling for him since it was my father’s gift to me.

Venustiano Jimenez
Aguascalientes, Mexico

I wanted to add more realism to my character from the pastorale, and I had an idea to put more flares. By accident, I put the tail of my costume on fire. I thank Saint Michael the Archangel for one of my companions acted fast and found an extinguisher. If not I would have got all burned because everybody was thinking it was part of our performance.

Carmelo Rodriguez
Toluca, State of Mexico

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Don Miguelito Arismendi was at the highest bell tower of the Puebla cathedral when he saw an UFO of about 10 meters in diameter. It was flying over the town and then stopped hanging in the air for three minutes. Many people saw this UFO. That moment, don prayed to Saint Michael the Archangel for nothing bad would happen. At the end the UFO went away. No sound of engine, no noise at all was heard. He dedicates this retablo.

Puebla
August 24, 1967

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The sister Reyes, Lupita, Rosita and Margarita, skirmishers from Los Rosales ranch, thank Saint Michael the Archangel with this retablo because they do what they enjoy the most—the art of riding.

Zacatecas, 1964

The great day came, when El Canelo should confront Mayweather. They were going even but it ended bad for El Canelo.

Raul Palacios saw an UFO hitting a mountain in Sierra Moronesa. He saw the land was put on fire right away. Few minutes later, three more UFOs flew over. Raul entrusted himself to Saint Michael the Archangel. Meanwhile, the UFOs kept looking for their crashed fellow, but there were only ashes left from him. When they realized that they went away. Raul offers this retablo.

Zacatecas
March 14, 1949

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Ofelia Martinez went to work early morning and saw an UFO landing in 100 meters from her. A couple of aliens came out of the ship and began to play with dogs. But then they noticed that they were being observed and quickly went back. The ship silently went up and flew away. Ofelia thanks Saint Michael the Arcangel for protecting her and brings this retablo as a testimony.

Mexicali, 1967

I went to put some flowers on the grave of my grandmother Lupita. I stayed at the cemetery till late night contemplating about my troubles. Suddenly some skeletons appeared and invited me to dance with them. I almost fainted of fear. But the skeletons were real gentlemen and hold me. They almost dragged me to their macabre party. I prayed to Saint Michael the Archangel, and he came with his bright sword. The skeletons saw him and ran ashamed and hid themselves in their tombs. I thank for I haven’t gone cuckoo after that.

The engineer Jose Martinez was going from Guerrero to Tulcingo at 2 a.m. He still had about 20 minutes to go when he saw a flying saucer flying towards him. Probably nothing else happened, but when Jose arrived to Tulcingo turned out two more hours had passed. The following days he discovered in his dreams that he had encounter with beings from another worlds and they inserted a chip in him which gave him—alongside with many abilities useful for the humanity—the gift of healing. He thanks Saint Michael the Archangel.

Tulcingo, 2000

The gravedigger of the town cemetery Pafilo Molina worked till late hours cleaning the graves for the Night of All Saints. Suddenly he heard some noise. Frightened he came closer and saw some dead men celebrating their day. One dead lady even invited him to dance. He thanks Saint Michael for he managed to escape from death and now can tell the story.

Teziutlan, Puebla