The beloved goddess of death, Santa Muerte, has origins that date back to the pre-Hispanic period of Mexico. The Mexica knew the Our Lady of the Dead as a somebody different. Her name was Mictecacihautl. Please don't ask me how to pronounce that because I'm not entirely sure. Either way the point is that the Santa Muerte that is venerated in Mexico and the among the Mexican population in the United State of America is one the result of one of the biggest cover-ups in the history of religion.
The Dia de lo Muertos, the sacred Day of the Dead was originally placed at the end of the Calendar month, July. It was moved to closer to All Hallows Eve so that way it could better coincide with a Christian holiday. The fact is that Al Hallows Eve and the Day of the Dead are very different. The Dia de los Muertos was a day set aside to venerate the beloved goddess of the dead Mictecacihautl. Only later was she converted to one of the the many "Our Ladies."
Be that as it may, the principal has remained the same. You see the same thing happening in Voodoo as the many Orishas of Voodoo have been covered up with the names of Saints either to make the Catholic Church look better or to hide the veneration of alternative deities by those who venerate them. The fact is that the Goddess of Death is still venerated and for many reasons. It may not be as morbid as what you think.
In the dark shadows of the Underworld, the Lady of the Land of the Dead is the protector of souls. She is a shining beacon of hope for those who have descended to the Underworld for eternity. She sometimes collects these souls, especially those souls who have been lost in their journey to the afterlife. She is a divine protectoress who can ease the coming of Death and ensure that yours will be easy. She guarantees an easy passing and a spot of honor in the afterlife. She knows each soul that has died by name and has the ability summon any of these souls at any time. This is why she is used in many different types of spells and magical ceremonies.
This ring has been made by a person that I'm going to call a shaman. He is more of a sorcerer, but I can tell you by my experiences with him he doesn't like to be called a sorcerer. Calling him a witch doctor is too primitive, considering the fact that he doesn't look very different than you or I would. He's just a shaman and a very good one at that. He is the one who created this ring.
This ring was created during a blood ritual and sacrifice that was give to the goddess Mictecacihautl. This was the custom back in the day, to honor the Lady of the Dead with a blood sacrifice. Now, this sacrifice has already been done, so you will not have to deal with any blood. To activate the power in your piece, you will have to burn a red candle, because red is her color.
Testing this piece was outrageous. It was one of the most unique experiences that I have ever had. I followed the instructions on how to activate the piece. I put the ring on by the light of a red flame. There appeared to me an archway or a doorway that almost looked more like a mirror. The exception is that there was no reflection. The mirror all I could see was darkness. I stepped through into the darkness and immediately was overcome with the sensation of butterflies in my stomach.
The dark didn't remain dark for long. The air was polluted with the presence of little silver streaks that swam about like fish in a pond. It didn't take long for me to realize that these were the souls of the dead. There was a light far off in the distance-- it appeared like the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel. I had a very warm and overwhelming understanding that this was the Lady of Death, walking in the trail of souls that were left behind.
Frantically, I tried to understand why I would have been transported to such a place. What did it all mean. That's when it dawned on me. The Lady of Death is in charge of all souls. I called out the name of a deceased relative of mine. A breeze blew against my face and the silver souls began to swirl. Next thing I know, the person whose name I called out is appearing to me in full form, right in front of my very eyes. It was a very amazing experience.
I have tried this piece many times with other reutls. For instance, once I pulled through Bette Davis when I was trying to create a piece that would guarantee fame and wealth. Another time, I called out the name of the deceased Jackie Robinson to make a piece that maximizes athleticism. Other times I have pulled through vampires, werewolves, famous magicians, angels, and various other types of souls and entities. Each time whomever I called forth came to me. I could ask them to grant me whatever I wanted-- knowledge, power, help in designing an item, or just to chat for the sake of chatting.
The fact of the matter is that this piece opens up Santa Muerte's Gateway. You will be able to walk into the Underworld where you will experiences the realm of souls. Here, you will be able to call upon any soul from anywhere. As long as they are deceased of mortal life or they don't have a physical form, they will be resurrected for you and brought to you, no questions asked.
Aside from all this, the ring will act a protection piece that will keep you safe from evil and darkness. It will promote spiritual cleansing and healing, to make you feel whole again.