Oil of Anointing
Awaken your own inner priestess light. Use this oil in ceremony, ritual and with prayer and it will guide you on your path of love, wisdom and power of the divine feminine.
Set and activate your intention to be in service to love.
You may apply to the nape of the neck, third eye, heart center, below the navel, over the womb, wrists, hands, feet, feminine crown and crown chakra.
Mary Magdalene Anointing Oil
She of a thousand angels
Mary Magdalene was called “the disciple of disciples” and was Yeshua's most loyal supporter. As we are able to clearly see in the scriptures she was someone that experienced first the amazing and unconditional love and grace of God.
Mary Magdalene is a key witness to the most important event in Christianity - the Resurrection of Yeshua. Now, more than 2,000 years after her death, Mary Magdalene's name is everywhere. She is the spokes person for the rise of the Divine Feminine.
Mary Magdalene is associated with two events of anointing in the life of Yeshua. The anointing of his feet with tears and expensive perfume and kissing them and wiping them with her hair. The second is when she went to his tomb with Mary Salome and Mary Jacobae to anoint his body after the crucifixion.
This rich proprietary blend of essential oils is appropriate for use as a general blessing oil, during Gnostic Rituals, or during rites of sacred marriage.
Mary Magdalene, the Apostle of the Apostles, the anointer of Christ, the Lady of Watchtowers, awaits her beloved, the Bringer of Light
It is my sincere prayer that every time you use this anointing oil you will be encouraged to continue pouring yourself before Yeshua as well as being reminded of how far your life has come because of the loving grace of God.
Ingredients: myrrh, cinnamon, aromatic cane, calamus, cassia, Olive oil
23 “Take the efinest spices: of liquid myrrh 500 shekels, and of sweet-smelling cinnamon half as much, that is, 250, and 250 of faromatic cane, 24 and 500 of cassia, according to the shekel of the sanctuary, and a ghin5 of olive oil.
AROMATIC CANE (קָנֶ֔ה, or קְנֵה־בֹ֖שֶׂם, meaning “spiced cane.” The word qaneh, CALAMUS, is found in Ezekiel 27:19 and Song of Solomon, and qāneh bōsem in Exodus 30:23). The aromatic cane (Andropogon aromaticus) is not the sugar cane as people know it today, but a grass which gives out a strong smell when bruised, and which has a taste of ginger
When processed, it produces an oil called ginger grass. It is similar to the lemon grass (Andropogon schoenanthus) found in Pal., as well as Arabia and India.
Cymbopogon martinii is a species of grass in the genus Cymbopogon (lemongrasses) native to India and Indochina, but widely cultivated in many places for its aromatic oil. It is best known by the common name palmarosa (palm rose) as it smells sweet and rose-like. Other common names include Indian geranium, gingergrass, rosha, and rosha grass.