English to Mexican Spanish?

Please do not judge by the content, but could someone translate this prayer to the Mexican Spanish dialect?

O Most Holy Death, I consecrate this shrine to You.
As a source of Your infinite power and guardianship.
I ask that You enlighten my home with your eldritch presence.
Now and forevermore, be always by my side,
Shelter and support me and my house in the Mantle of Your Protection.
Use Your powers of Justice to bring harmony to my life.
Deliver me from all maleficence; turn all my enemies into friends.
Turn all bad luck to good fortune.
Please accept this shrine as the respository of Your offerings.
Oh Most Holy Death, please use Your powers on my behalf.
Great mercy.

When I use the Google Translate option, I get this; however, it is the wrong dialect and a bit formal.

Oh Santísima Muerte, me consagro este templo para Usted. Como fuente de su poder infinito y la tutela. Te pido que ilumines mi casa con su presencia sobrenatural. Ahora y para siempre, estar siempre a mi lado, Refugio y yo y mi casa en el Manto de Tu Protección apoyar. Usa tus poderes de Justicia para traer armonía a mi vida. Líbrame de todo maleficencia, gire a todos mis enemigos en amigos. Gire todo mala suerte de la buena fortuna. Por favor, acepta este santuario como el repositorio de Sus ofrendas. Oh Santísima Muerte, por favor utilice su poder en mi nombre. Gran misericordia.
Chi girl, could you convert it for me with the proper grammar/word usage?

One Comment

  1. Mexican Spanish is *not* a dialect. With the exception of some regional differences in vocabulary, Spanish-speakers from any country have no problem understanding Mexicans.

    The Google paragraph isn’t in a dialect. It’s just bad grammar, which is what you get from an online translator.

    Chi girl

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