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translation of a spell
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Post # 1
Requiem aeternam
Dona eis domine
Et lux perpetua
Luceat eis

if this is a spell which i believe it might be can any one tell me what it means. a friend sent it to one of my friends and she asked me
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Re: translation of a spell
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Post # 2
Grant them eternal rest, Lord,
and let perpetual light shine on them.




http://www.stmatthews.com/choir/mozartsrequiem.htm
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Re: translation of a spell
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Post # 3
so its a song??
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Re: translation of a spell
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Post # 4
Pretty much yea lol.

I'd call it more of a pray put to music.
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Re: translation of a spell
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Post # 5
cool thanku very much
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Re: translation of a spell
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Post # 6
Actually, many parts are used in Catholic masses today.
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Re: translation of a spell
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Post # 7
TheHealer82 is right, that's part of the Catholic Requiem Mass and has been set to music many times (although I do think Mozart did it best LOL).

I guess you COULD use it as a spell if you're a Christian Witch. Maybe to help you mourn or to help a soul to the other side?
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Re: translation of a spel
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Post # 8
In pop culture it's used in Monty Python: Holy Grail when the monks give Arthur the holy hand grenade. Not that you'll ever need to know that or anything.

Draco
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