Traditional Biblical Supplies (Incense, Oil, Parchment, Holy Waters, etc)   Leave a comment

docsol-logo-simpleTraditional Biblical Supplies

Incense, Oil, Parchment, Holy Waters, Etc.

 

Traditional Holy Water

holy-watersimplePrice: $7.95 (8 fl oz)

Holy water has many spiritual applications. It can be used for blessing, purification and consecration, added to baths for cleansing, sealing of the home, exorcism/driving away unwanted spirits and even offered as a libation to saints and angels.

We use pure spring water and sea salt, mixed together with a stick of hazel less than a year old. The water is consecrated by an ordained Priest, on the day and hour of Mercury during the waxing Moon. We can only make one or two batches of this a month, so supplies will be limited by the magical timing.

 

Abramelin Incense

abramelin-incense-simplePrice: $7.95 (1 oz)

Abramelin Incense is a perfect “general use” suffumigation that can be employed for most spiritual purposes. Its main association is with the Sun, and it is similar to standard “Church Incense.”

The formula for Abramelin Incense is based upon that given in Exodus 30:34-38 – where it was reserved only for use in the Tabernacle (and later the Temple of Solomon).  Our Abramelin Incense is made with freshly powdered frankincense (“incense in tears”), benzoin (in the stacte, styrax or storax family), cedar and rose petals. It is then exorcised and consecrated by an ordained Priest.

 

Abramelin Holy Oil

abramelin-oil-simplePrice: $29.95 (1 fl oz)

Abramelin Holy Oil is a very powerful anointing oil, used to consecrate tools, robes, furnishings, and (of course) oneself. It can also be used to seal the doorways and windows of your home for protection.

The recipe for Abramelin Oil is based directly upon the Holy Anointing Oil described in the Biblical Book of Exodus, chapter 30:23-25 – by which all holy furnishings as well as Aaron and the Priesthood were consecrated.

True Abramelin Oil is nearly impossible to purchase, because the correct recipe is rarely followed. Commercial “Abramelin Oil” is usually compounded from essential oils, using the wrong weight measurements, and is therefore often dangerous to use (due to containing large amounts of pure cinnamon extract): it can burn the skin and eyes.

Our Abramelin Holy Oil is made by hand, exactly as the Bible instructs – following all measurements and using “the art of the apothocary” (an extraction process lasting several weeks) to extract the oils from the plants.  It contains pure olive oil, and extracted tincture of cinnamon, myrrh, and calamus.  Our Oil will not burn your skin, barring any allergies to the ingredients. Please test any oil before use by placing a very small drop on your skin to make sure there are no negative reactions!

 

 

Virgin Parchment

parchmentsimplePrice According to Size

Some projects require the use of consecrated virgin parchment for the inscription of spiritual texts.   While there exist complex ritual instructions for making such parchment from scratch, we simply lack the facilities or skill to do it right. (Plus the cost would be prohibitive!) However the also exists a consecration for existing (yet still virginal) parchment. Fr. Aaron performs this consecration on the day and hour of Mercury during a waxing moon.

We currently offer white calligraphy-grade parchment (prepared on a single side). It is ritually consecrated, and wrapped in a blessed white linen cloth. Available in sheets of several sizes, depending on your needs. Contact us for pricing.

 

Stay Tuned for more from Doc Solomon’s Biblical Supply!

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Posted September 13, 2016 by kheph777 in Uncategorized

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