Temple Incense - For Sanctification
good, all-around temple
incense works well but also smells nice. It's a heavy on
the myrrh because of that resin's relationship to working with
spirits; myrrh is also an important component of the incense
used in ancient Egyptian temples and in the Temple of Solomon.
The myrrh is enriched by the addition of rosey amber and sweetening
cloves. The other half of the incense is Sunnier, with uplifting
frankincense, clean cedar, and warming cassia; these three ingredients
have a long history of sanctification in the Western tradition.
Sandalwood joins the light and the dark together in this blend.
The result is a pleasant, easy-burning incense with good sanctification
and purification properties that will aid your ritual work.
1 oz. in tin $15.00
Uses in Magic &
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