Abramelin Oil is an ancient ceremonial oil used to employ a higher power to enhance your rituals. It can deepen your knowledge of any type of spiritual teaching or ceremonial magic. Use it to create new avenues for abundance and opportunity and combine it with oils that concern legal issues, prosperity, and the opening of new doors. Our recipe is based on the original text believed to have been authored by Abraham of Worms, a German Jewish mystic. This is a fabulous ceremonial oil, particularly if you have an affinity for the Kabbalah or other mystic traditions. It comes in a ½ oz glass bottle.
What does Abramelin Oil do:
- Invoke higher powers to enhance and bless rituals and spiritual tools.
- Deepen connection during rituals and ceremonies and enrich sacred knowledge.
- Open doors for new opportunities and abundance.
- Enhance healing, divine intervention, blessings, and protection.
What are the ingredients in Abramelin Oil:
Our Abramelin Oil is loaded with calamus, cinnamon, myrrh, and other ancient spiritual herbs, oils, and resins.
How to use Abramelin Oil:
Abramelin Oil can be worn on the body, added to a bath, or used to anoint holy objects, talismans, or amulets. It can also be used in a diffuser or set out as an offering on your altar. It can be dabbed onto divination tools or any other type of ceremonial objects used during sacred rituals. I strongly suggest working with a white-colored candle when performing a ritual using Abramelin Oil. Of course, this oil can be used by those who wish to follow the texts outlined in The Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage.
One important thing to keep in mind when working with Abramelin Oil is its source; the story of the exodus of the Jews out of ancient Egypt. This is an extremely powerful oil to use when confronted with issues of freedom, poverty, or the escape from persecution. Regardless of how these issues may appear in your life, Abramelin Oil serves as a powerful symbol and tool for creating new avenues for abundance and opportunity.
The true recipe is undeniably based on the Jewish Holy Oil of Tanach mentioned in the Book of Exodus. This recipe is old, very old! The Book of Exodus is believed to be the first written portion of the Old Testament dating centuries before others. There have been various recipes for Abramelin Oil recorded over the course of the last couple of centuries, most notably those of Samuel Mathers and Aleister Crowley.
Sold as a Curio. For external use only. This oil contains cinnamon. A skin test is highly recommended. All Art of the Root products are handmade daily in the USA.
Abramelin Oil for Ceremonial Magic
I've used this oil twice. This is the first time I have ever used it and it met my expectations
I have the same experience I just posted for the Dragon's blood. Many years ago I purchased "Altar Oil" and it was fantastic. The shop that sold it is closed and I have searched all over to figure out what that was. Oddly enough, a random youtube video popped up talking about Abramelin oil. Something clicked and I was on the search. When I first smelled this after receiving it, right away I said, "This is it!" I really love this oil, so glad to have finally found it.
What a beautiful oil! Very powerful