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Anointing Oil with myrrh & cinnamonAnointing Oil
For the general consecration of tools and people, especially when working in the West European systems of white magic, you can't beat a biblically based anointing oil. The myrrh, cinnamon, sweet cane (calamus), and cassia are assembled in the proportions outlined in the recipe for the anointing oil described in Exodus 30:22-25 of the Hebrew Bible. Rather than combining them in traditional olive oil, which will go rancid if not used within a few months, this anointing blend uses a skin-safe fractionated coconut oil. Since the olive tree itself carries so much symbolism and history--kernels of cultivated olives have been found in excavation sites from as early the 4th Millennium BCE--we do add a touch of olive oil to ensure that its magick is represented here.

The presence of so much Mars in the ingredients of this anointing oil also makes it highly protective, especially against negative Venus magick that might result in an excessive concern with money or infatuation. This magick oil has a spiritually and emotionally uplifting scent. Place a few drops on your hands and rub them together to warm the oil and release its fragrance before applying it to yourself, your ritual tools, tarot deck, amulet, spell candle, or whatever is right for you.

People with very sensitive skin should be aware the cinnamon in this recipe can be irritating. As always, this oil is not meant for use on children or on animals, nor should it be taken internally.  Top

Anointing Oil
1/4 oz (2 drams/7.5 ml) $16.50

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Uses in Witchcraft & Magic:

Honoring YHVH
Protection Spells

Using Magic Oils

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