Macerated Abramelin Oil, Mather’s Recipe


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Macerated Abramelin Oil

Abramelin oil is a ceremonial magic oil blended from aromatic plants. The oil was described in a Medieval grimoire called The Book of Abramelin written by Abraham the Jew.

This oil has been crafted using S. L MacGregor Mathers translation and recipe, where calamus has been substituted with galangal so that the oil is edible and can be added to cakes of light, used in rituals of the Thelemic church

Oil of Abramelin was seen as highly important by Aleister Crowley, the founder of Thelema, and he used his version of it throughout his life. In Crowley’s mystical system, the oil came to symbolize the aspiration to what he called the Great Workโ€””The oil consecrates everything that is touched with it; it is his aspiration; all acts performed in accordance with that are holy.”

The oil is used to consecrate ritual tools and magicians themselves. The oil can be used in the course of ritual activities outlined in the book by Abramelin the Mage in order to obtain the outcomes he promised those who successfully applied his system of “Divine Science” and “True Magic”, namely, the gifts of flight, treasure-finding, and invisibility, as well as the power to cast effective love spells

Depending on which tradition you follow, the ingredients symbolise different things.

This Abramelin oil has been crafted from galangal root, cinnamon and myrhh tears, macerated in olive oil for over a month.

The oil will arrive in a 10ml amber glass roll on bottle


Will be posted first class standard with the Royal Mail


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