Miscellaneous Incense Egyptian Incense Teas Toilletries Ointments Powders Potions Inks

Most of these recipes for oils are meant to be diluted in
a carrier oil such as almond, jojoba, apricot kernel etc.,
unless otherwise specified. Test to make sure you are not
allergic to oils before applying them liberally.

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Sun & Star Oils Zodiac Oils

Miscellaneous Oils

Altar Oil Anointing Oil Oil of Clear Thinking
Priestess Oil Priest Oil

Altar Oil

Mix with mortar and pestle:
t rue
t thyme
t vervain

3 drops citronella oil
1 drop fir oil
1 drop rue oil
2 drops sandalwood oil
Gently swirl with:
C spring or distilled water

You may use a white feather to sprinkle
your altar with this oil.

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Anointing Oil

Mix with mortar and pestle:
1 star anise
t basil
t hyssop
t rosemary

3 drops acacia oil
2 drops balsam of Peru
1 drop benzoin oil
2 drops rose oil

Gently swirl with:
C sunflower or safflower oil

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Oil of Clear Thinking
For emotional peace.

oz almond oil
10 drops cajupet oil
10 drops lemon oil
12 drops lavender oil
15 drops Siberian fir oil
1 clear quartz chip
cedar chips

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Priestess Oil
For general self-empowerment during ritual
and other magickal workings.

oz olive oil
4 drops violet oil
6 drops lemon oil
1 drop lilac oil
5 drops honeysuckle oil
16 drops lavender oil
1 lavender blossom
1 clear quartz chip

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Priest (Magus) Oil
For general self-empowerment during ritual
and other magickal workings.

oz almond oil
3 drops vetiver oil
12 drops lemon oil
7 drops orange oil
10 drops frankincense oil
10 drops sandalwood oil
Frankincense resin
1 malachite chip

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I collected these recipes over the course of 10 years
and they come from many sources, including
Scott Cunningham's The Complete Book of Incense, Oils & Brews.
Unfortunately, I have forgotten where most of the others came from.
If you know of the origins for any of them, please let me know so that I can credit the source. Thank you.