Spellbound Oil for Glamour Magic, Enchantment, Charisma, Attraction & Persuasion

Brand: Art of the Root

Product Code: ARO409

Availability:In stock

$7.99 7.99


Leave them captivated with the help of our enchanting Spellbound Oil!  We designed this oil to help you get the attention of others and entice them to do your bidding. For fans of glamour magick, this is the perfect oil to utilize in your rituals. We’ve loaded our Spellbound Oil with a variety of ingredients such as chicory, sunflower, labdanum, carnation, honeysuckle, amansa guapo and an array of others. These powerful herbs, resins and oils can magnify your charm and allure, making you enthralling to others.  Our Spellbound Oil was designed to boost the powers of enchantment spells, motivating others to do you favors, submit to your requests and find you utterly tantalizing. It comes in a ½ oz glass bottle and is handmade daily in the USA.

Traditionally, glamour magick was used to make one more attractive to others. Although it was once believed to alter one’s physical appearance, glamour magick works rather to increase your personal power and self-confidence. The transformation occurs within, rather than on the surface. It is remarkably powerful and can influence the outcomes of interviews, promotions, sale pitches or any type of interaction.

Spellbound oil can be added to your bath, dabbed on the body or even anointed on your favorite piece of jewelry. Rub a few drops on your hands prior to meeting new people or simply dab a few drops in the heel of your shoe. Anoint some on a high john root and carry it in your purse. Add a few drops to your favorite shampoo or body lotion. You can even dab some on your business cards or applications to ensure you have a competitive edge.

For an enchanting ritual you will need a pen and parchment paper, a purple candle, a photo of yourself, some fresh carnation petals, a tablespoon of cinnamon and brown sugar and a mirror to place your items on. Begin by placing the mirror flat on the table facing up, so you can see your reflection. Next, take your photo and place it directly on top of the mirror, facing down (as if the front of the photo is being reflected into the mirror). Get your pen and parchment paper and write out exactly what you wish to project to the world. I suggest beginning the sentence with an “I am”. Some examples of this might include “I am confident”, “I am powerful”, “I am desirable”, “I am charming;” you get the picture. When this is complete, place this directly on top of the photo. Put your candle in an appropriate candle holder and place this on top of your petition. Finally, take your carnation petals, cinnamon and sugar and sprinkle this around the candle. When ready, light the candle and state your intentions. I would also recommend verbally repeating what you wrote on your petition. When your candle burns out, take your flower petals, cinnamon and sugar and place them in a red pouch. Carry this on you as you go about your day. You may also create a glamour powder by grinding these ingredients. This can be placed in an area a target will come in contact with it.

For those of you who wish to take this spell one step further, invoke Hecate, the Greek Moon Goddess of night, magic and the crossroads.  To perform this ritual, you may want to use a black or red candle; the colors associated with Hecate. You will also need some incense; Frankincense would be the ideal choice. It does not need to be Frankincense resin as the ancients burned - a simple incense stick will do. Follow the same instructions above, but follow up with the following incantation:

Hekate Einodia, Trioditis, lovely dame, of earthly, watery, and celestial frame,
in a saffron veil arrayed, pleased with dark ghosts that wander through the shade;Perseis, solitary goddess, hail! The world’s key-bearer, never doomed to fail; in stags rejoicing, huntress, nightly seen, and drawn by bulls, unconquerable queen; Leader, Nymphe, nurse, on mountains wandering. Hear the suppliants who with holy rites thy power revere, and to the herdsman with a favouring mind draw near.

-From the Orphic Hymns. *This version was translated by Apostolos Athanassakis and Benjamin Wolkow