Magic Oils

Magic oils are the foundation of candle magic, mojo working, and personal ritual anointing.  Use them to "fix" candles, apply to the affected area of the body, to magic tools, etc. If you wanted to put them in a bath, you would pour in about 1/4 of the bottle.  Natural Magick oils are all made according to the best day of the week and phase of the moon.  No cheating or fudging! If I blow it and forget to make Money oil on the Thursday before the Full Moon, well we are just going to be out of stock til the next favorable lunar and planetary production day.  All are true essential oils blended into a base blend of Fractionated Coconut or Jojoba, Almond and Vitamin E oil for a long-lasting product, with the exception of Find Love for Men, which has a little synthetic Egyptian Musk.  There is and herb or stone in each bottle that gives it a magickal look, and is appropriate to the intention.  I call it the focus herb, because if you like to focus your energy and intention into your oil, it gives something to focus on.  They are diluted only enough to be safe for most people to use directly on the skin with no adverse reactions, usually about a 12% solution.  Oh, and all of them smell good too, except Banishing and Uncrossing, which would not work if they were not a bit off-putting!


$21 1/2 oz. bottle  

Blue Moon oil

This batch of Blue Moon oil will be made on July 31st, 2015. In honor of the Blue Moon of August 31st, 2012, I stayed up all night and created Blue Moon Oil. Blue Moon oil is made...once in a Blue Moon! If you love the Full Moon oil, it is the same recipe (since the Blue Moon is a Full Moon) with nine drops of a special magical blue ingredient.

Blue Moon magick is a magickal concept still in the development phase, but I use it for Special Requests and Wishes on the night of a Blue Moon. Since the next Blue Moon event is not until 2015, I have captured this one in a few bottles. You could pull it out if you have an unusual request in between now and then.

What is a Blue Moon? The most current use of the term defines it as the second of two full moons that occur within a calendar month, and seems to have cropped up no earlier than the 1980's.

Another older definition has to do with the Christian Ecclesiastical Calendar, which purportedly defines the 3rd Full Moon in a season that has four Full Moons to be the Blue Moon. This seems to just be an attempt to disregard a Full Moon in order to keep dates straight in the twelve-month calendar.

Modern pagan correspondences and interpretations proceed from there. The main literary interpretation is: unusual. It doesn't happen very often: once in a Blue Moon.

It is a Full Moon in any case and therefore a time of maximum power and fulfillment.

The Blue Moon as previously defined is a wholly human construct and therefore is a human-use holiday entirely for human systems, not natural ones.

The rarity of the event suggests that it be used for magic of an unusual, special-request nature.

The color Blue has certain associations: Peace, Healing, Truth, and Throat Chakra.

Therefore, I channel and organize the Blue Moon phenomena to be a time of power for the speaking of Truth, the articulation of Magic for the purpose of Peace, Healing, Truth, and Special Requests.

In honor of the Blue Moon of August 31st, 2012, I stayed up all night and created Blue Moon Oil. Blue Moon oil is made...once in a Blue Moon! If you love the Full Moon oil, it is the same recipe (since the Blue Moon is a Full Moon) with nine drops of a special magical blue ingredient. Blue Moon magick is a magickal concept still in the development phase, but I use it for Special Requests and Wishes on the night of a Blue Moon. Since the next Blue Moon event is not until 2015, I have captured this one in a few bottles. You could pull it out if you have an unusual request in between now and then.

Blue Moon magick oil is dedicated to the memory of Neil Armstrong.

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