A Six-Figure Field Report and a Saint I have never met before.

I got a field report from a student last week that I just have to share. Three points make it special:

1. The interrelation of disciplines in magic: She attributes her work with meditation and energy work as amplifying her ability to use prayer based magic successfully. I completely agree. 

2. Modification of results: She received a result that was excellent but decided she needed to modify it according to her needs. This is important because many people feel that when you ask a spirit or power for something you are somehow bound to accept what they supply or it will offend them. The reality is that you should never accept a result just because a spirit provides it. You should be respectful and thankful, but that doesn’t mean you let a spirit run your life. 

3. High Level Salary: There are some quarters of the pagan and occult world that still see money and magic as anathema. Magic may get you money, say these folks, but just what you need, you can never use magic to get rich or be affluent. I say bullshit and so did this student. So should you. 

BONUS: Before this, I have never heard of St. Cajetan. Now I have, and more importantly now you  have too. 


A tiny amount of background: I’ve been working from home, and I have three small children. I’ve been increasingly dissatisfied with staying home, to the point of considering psychiatric drugs. I’m just not cut out for this life, though I love my kids dearly. I had initially set my goal for this course as finishing my novel, but I decided instead to focus on getting a job outside the home.

I was especially moved by the lesson on prayer, which I often overlook (even though I’m a practicing Catholic) as a viable means of getting results. I decided to try a novena to St. Cajetan, the patron saint of job seekers. I feel like my ability to pray effectively has been enhanced by meditation, and ESPECIALLY by the centering, pillar, and spheres exercises. When I do them, I feel like I’m more in touch with my Will.

Day 1: Prayed the novena. Wanted to take concrete action, so I emailed a previous employer. He emailed me back the same day: “When can you start?” This is after four years out of the “mainstream” workforce, with all my certifications and clearances from my previous job long lapsed.

Day 2: Prayed the novena. Decided to look at child care options in case it worked out. Called my favorite babysitter to see if she might want to nanny for us. She said, “Did you see my Facebook post?” I had no idea what she was talking about. Literally 2 minutes before my call, she had posted that she wanted a part-time nannying job.

Day 3: Prayed the novena. My husband had been very opposed to me working outside the home. Spontaneously, he came up to me, hugged me, and said my happiness was paramount and we’d figure it all out. I had also been nervous about telling a friend who’s a stay-at-home mom. I was worried that she’d think I was deserting the children. I ran into her and told her I was considering going back to work. She hugged me and said, “Thank God! It’s about time. Watching you try to do this has been heartbreaking.”

Day 4: Prayed the novena. I’m meeting with my former boss at 11. Instead of feeling nervous, I’m happy and optimistic. I have this deep down certainty that God (or the Universe or whatever you want to call It) is hearing my prayers and lining up everything I need to be successful.

I started this process thinking I’d get a part-time offer, but on the drive down, I was increasingly sure it was going to be something more. I kept thinking, “He’s going to make me an offer I can’t refuse.” Corny, right?

Yeah. Corny, but accurate.

After four years out of the work force, during which all relevant certifications lapsed, my former boss offered me a position managing a new contract for a huge organization. Then he said he’d work with me on my hours–flex hours, work from home when possible, whatever it takes to get me on board, and that he’s looking at six figures salary-wise. (I’ll get the offer later in the week.)

An offer I can’t refuse.

Is this for real??????

Day 5 of the Novena: On the evening of Day 4, my husband informed me that he wasn’t comfortable with me working full-time. I was positive that working part-time would be a non-starter since this job is a management position, but I sucked it up and emailed my former boss to let him know. I prayed the Novena the morning of Day 5. About an hour later, I received an email offering 32 hours per week–exactly what my husband had suggested–along with the flexible hours he’d previously promised. I submitted my security paperwork and application today, and am looking for the offer by the end of the week.

Day 6 of the Novena: I just received an email with my compensation offer. Six figures, as promised. :-)

I seriously cannot thank you enough. Not only has your instruction been instrumental in securing this incredible situation for me and my family, it has also helped me reconnect with my faith, which had grown a bit stale. I know that’s probably not what most people are looking for when they come to you, and it’s certainly not what I expected, but it has been an incredible side benefit. So… thank you!

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9 Responses to A Six-Figure Field Report and a Saint I have never met before.

  1. Harry says:

    First, awesome field report!

    Second, I can further vouch for St. Catejan’s awesomeness. He helped me get a job for a client. He’s also fond of making small wagers. I learned how to pray the rosary in exchange for his help. He also likes anonymous donations to charity.

    He’s known in Spanish as San Cayetano.

    Glorious Saint Cajetan, acclaimed by all people to be father of providence because you provide miraculous aid to all who come to you in need, I stand here before you today, asking that you present to the Lord the requests that I confidently deposit in your hands.

    (Mention here the graces desired.)

    May these graces that I now request help me to always seek the Kingdom of God and his Righteousness, knowing that God — who dresses with beauty the flowers of the field and abundantly feeds the birds of the sky — will give me all other things. Amen.

  2. What a WONDEFUL AFFIRMATION!! It’s field reports like these that need to be published more often to serve as an example of the amazing results that are produced when the art of meditation is combined with other magickal techniques such as prayer. This was a THRILLING read, and thank you Harry for posting the Novena, so that others could try this out for themselves. #SPLENDID

  3. Inominandum says:

    From my friend Gerry

    Respice, Domine, Sancte Pater, de sanctuario tuo et de excleso caelorum habitaculo, et vide hanc sacrosanctum Hostiam, quam tibi offert magnus Pontifex noster, sanctus puer tuus Dominus Iesus pro peccatis fratrum suorum; et esto placabilis super multitudinem malitiae nostrae. Ecce, vox sanguinis fratris nostri Iesu clamat ad te de Cruce. Exaudi, Domine: placare, Domine: attende et fac ne moreris propter temetipsum, Deus meus, qui nomen tuum invocatum est super civitatem istam et super populum tuum; et fac nobiscum secundum misericordiam tuam. Amen.

    Ut civitatem istam defendere, pacificare, custodire, conservare et benedicere digneris: Te rogamus, audi nos.

    Look down, O Lord, from Thy sanctuary, from Thy dwelling in heaven on high, and behold this sacred Victim which our great High Priest, Thy holy Son our Lord Jesus Christ, offers up to Thee for the sins of His brethren and be appeased despite the multitude of our transgressions. Behold, the voice of the Blood of Jesus, our Brother, cries to Thee from the cross. Give ear, O Lord. Be appeased, O Lord. Hearken and do not delay for Thine own sake, O my God; for Thy Name is invoked upon this city and upon Thy people and deal with us according to Thy mercy. Amen.

    That Thou wouldst defend, pacify, keep, preserve, and bless this city, we beseech Thee, hear us. This is the prayer of St. Cajetan, written by the saint himself and prayed daily by the Theatines — the order he founded…

  4. emily says:

    I just wonder jason do you know any saints that can bring you promotion ?

  5. runeworker says:

    seriously awesome report.

  6. Runeworker says, “Awesome report.”

    I have to agree. Mine aren’t so awesome, but at least this kicked me in the tuckus enough to write some…

  7. Solamon says:

    I agree completely with what was written in the 6 flag field report. I’ve been meditating daily, pillar and spheres, and daily offerings for quite a while now and I’ve noticed the same effect. My faith which was stale, was rekindled, my ability to manifest has increased, and when I pray its more like I’m elevating my mind to the realm of divinity as versus growing up and praying into nothingness hoping it was God. Over all I’ve benefited greatly from Jason’s teachings and continue to benefit. Thanks man!

  8. Graciela says:

    I have been praying to St. Cajetano for weeks and unfortunately I have not received any job offers yet. I am staying in faith and with all my heart I am devoted to believe St. Cajetano will help me. I believe in the power of prayer please pray for me that I may find a good paying job near my home in the next couple of weeks.

    • Alejandra says:

      We could write a whole book with the response(s) we received from San Cayetano!! Enough to say that my husband and six children were brought to the US with a new job, although we had very good jobs in our country of origin. Those of you who have not received an answer to your prayers yet, DO NOT DESPAIR, the answer will come in due time, and much better than what we had hoped for!!!! hold on to your faith, continue your prayers with the conviction that your prayers WILL BE ANSWERED!!! I could tell of two other miracles received in my life, mostly because in the most difficult moments, I was able to faithfully say “Lord, it is in your hands, do with me as you will”…..

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