Deity Oils

Natural Magick deity oils are made with reverence and research to be devotional blends for the gods and goddesses they are named for. I research legend and lore, and try to use oils of plants that grew in the lands where the deity originated or rules. The Natural Magick process of using planetary and elemental influences, correspondence, and high quality ingredients is especially appropriate for honoring the gods and bringing their qualities into our lives.

Depending on the deity, these may be very sweet, or very wild, very dark or very bright, or balanced. Bacchus smells like a drunk man who has recently gotten laid, whereas Titania is flowery and fresh. Oshun is lush and spicy, Ganesh smells like curry, Hecate is dark and mysterious. Natural Magick deity oils are not fakey perfumes with imaginitive names, they are olfactory evocation of the gods using plant essences.

Anoint yourself to attune to these deities, or pour into offering bowls or aromatherapy lamps, or anoint statues or fetish objects. I love to give them to priests or priestesses who run open circles or invoke our patron gods and goddesses.

These oils are in beautiful round 1/2 ounce bottles, and most are blended in 100% fractionated coconut oil, so with any care they should last a very long time. They are priced according to the ingredients requested by the gods.

Anubis oil. The Jackal-headed god Anubis is the Egyptian psychopomp of the dead. This dog deity tends the newly dead souls entering the underworld. According to The Witches' God by Janet and Stewart Farrar, "Son of Osirus (or in another version, of Set) and Nepphthys, he was adopted by Isis and became her guardian. He helped her restore the body of Osirus to life, after he had been murdered by Set." Anubis also oversaw the process of embalming and mummification.   $14 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Aphrodite oil. Much adored as the goddess of love, sexual desire, and beauty, my Aphrodite oil also pays tribute to one of Aphrodites earlier associations as a sailor's goddess of the sea. Take this to the beach and make offerings into a seashell, wear to attract friends, lovers or to make the arts scenes.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Apollo oil. Apollo is both a Greek and Roman god of the Sun and brother/rival of Artemis. Apollo oil would be ideal as a personal devotional fragrance to be worn by healers and speakers of prophesy. Science and medicine are among his many areas of discipline and academic study.
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Aradia oil. Aradia was my first devotional oil and she remains my personal favorite. Daughter of Diana (Moon goddess) and Lucifer (Sun god, bringer of light) according to Italian tradition Stregha myth, she teaches witchcraft, including the art of poisoning (yikes!) to the peasants of Southern Italy. An ultimately witchy goddess, this oil could also be worn by political revolutionaries or social justice advocates.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Ares oil. Ares is the Greek god of war. While no sane person relishes war, most cultures developed a war deity, out of defensive necessity if not aggressive empire-building. In addition to Ares' military prowess he is a lover, and his relationship with Aphrodite has been called by one of my Hellenist customers to be one of the most authentic, organic expressions of love.

It felt right that there should be a man-made ingredients in a formula dedicated to the God of War, so there is the synthetic (and very agressively sexy!)Red Musk on ot along with the blend for the planetary Mars oil. And yes, I did have Kevin Smith in mind during the formulation ;-)   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Artemis oil. Artemis is the Greek maiden warrior goddess of the hunt, moon, and midwifery. Artemis oil should be worn at night to attune to your wild feminine nature.   $15 (1/2 oz. bottle)   more info...
Astarte oil. Astarte is an aboriginal Canaanite goddess of the Promised Land, especially of Tyre and Sidon. She is identified with Ashtoreth, Ishtar, and later Aphrodite. Essentially she is a desert goddess of fertility, bounty and of sovereignty, known as a "Suckler of Kings." Use Astarte oil to find your own feminine wealth and provenance.   $15 (1/2 oz. bottle)   more info... Athene oil. The city of Athens is named for the powerful Goddess, Athene. I don't really go for the story of Athene being born of Zeus's head with no mother. It sounds like a patriarchal revision of an older tale. Warrior goddess, diplomat, goddess of the urban environment, Athena is re-represented under different guises far and wide, in her role as goddess of law and civic life. If you are an urban pagan, she is probably one of your patronesses. The Owl is her sacred animal, and the Olive is her sacred tree, which is why Athena oil is one of the few Natural Magick deity oils which contains Olive oil.   $15 (1/2 oz. bottle)   more info...
Baal oil. Baal is the consort of Astarte/Ashtoreth in some legendary cycles. This Canaanite god of bounty is blamed for child sacrifice by Biblical pseudo-archaeologists, but really "Baal" just means "Lord," and so he is probably an amalgamation of any regional Canaanite local deities. Cattle are sacred to him.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Babalon oil. Babalon oil is dedicated to this most beloved goddess of Thelema. Babalon is a complicated, confusing, and fascinating figure. In some ways she is the representation of the ancient city of Babylon, in others, as the Whore of Babylon, which is an epithet referring to practically any city or potentiate, Rome, the Vatican and Jerusalem included, which is not behaving according to the orthodoxy of the accuser. Babalon the goddess of Thelema, is as many faceted, known to followers as The Gateway to the City of Pyramids, The Scarlet Woman, and as the Great Mother.   $28 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Bacchus oil. Bacchus is the Roman god of wine, worshipped in orgiastic fashion wherever the grape was grown and fermented. He is a favorite wild party god, also favored by musicians. He was served or worshipped by Baccantes, wild women who would drink excessively, and engage in promiscuous sexual behavior, and it was rumored, human sacrifice.   $12 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Baphomet oil. Baphomet is reputed to be the god of the Knights Templar, and he is most brilliantly represented in an illustration by the famous 19th century French magician, Eliphas Levi Del. In this picture Baphomet is depicted pointing above to a New Moon (with an arm tattooed with the Alchemy term "Solve," to dissolve) and below to a crescent Dark Moon (with an arm tattooed "Coagula," to bring together) He bears masculine and feminine features, goat hooves, horns, a caduceus phallus, and he is altogether a complicated figure drawing from a multiplicity of sources. Supreme evil to some, Baphomet is healer to others, and an inspiration to many Ceremonial magicians and occult practitioners.   $19 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Bast oil. Bast oil is made for the beloved and playful Egyptian cat goddess. Also known as Bastet, she is an ancient Goddess of the lower Nile. Bast is a goddess of happiness, dancing and the musical arts. Her sacred city was Bubastis. Bast is often seen as the gentler rival or counterpart to Sekhmet, the Lion headed goddess of the Upper Nile, although they sometimes seem to be the same goddess. She is said to have protected men from contagious diseases and evil spirits, perhaps a reflection of the cat's rodent-killing service to urban civilization.   $17 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Brigid oil. Brigid, also known as Brigantia, Brid, Brighid, and Brigit, is the Celtic triple goddess of wide influence. Britain is named for her, and the February 2nd Pagan holiday of the growing light, Candelmas or Candelaria or Imbolg, is also called Brigid. Brigid is goddess of the forge, poetry, and midwifery, and she keeps a sacred well and everburning flame. Modern Catholic nuns of Saint Bridget keep her vigil even today.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Buddha oil. In spite of our understanding of Buddhism as a spiritual pursuit of meditation and simplicity, the figure of Buddha is quite complex, with history and folklore derived from and contributing to many religious traditions. In some traditions transcendent, in others sensual, this oil attempts to communicate his peaceful state of Nirvana.   $22 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Ceridwen oil. Ceridwen is a Celtic goddess of the cauldron and shape shifting. In Welsh tradition she is mother of the famous bard, Taliesin. He originally was known as Gwion, and when he spilled drops from Ceridwen's cauldron onto his fingers, he became all-knowing. Ceridwen was angered by this theft, and she chased him, both of them transforming into many different hunter/hunted forms until Ceridwen finally captured, ate, and re-birthed Gwion into his poet form, the famous Welsh bard Taleiesin.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Cernunnos oil. Cernunnos is regarded as a wild, shape shifter god, and he best represented by the Gunderstrap Cauldon, originally known to be a Celtic, now thought to be Scythian. His name is known from only one of a multitude of ancient sites. His representations suggest the shamanistic oneness of hunter with hunted. Snake and deer are his totems.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Chango oil. Chango is the Orisha of thunder and lightening in Yoruba faith and other traditions of west African origin. Chango is a very masculine warrior/defender god, as much of a lover as a fighter. Depend on him for strength, protection, energy, and the will to get the job done. Depending on region and translations, his name is spelled Sango, Shango, Chango or Xango.   $12 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Circe oil. Circe is probably a pre Olympian sorceress goddess. She is best known from The Odyssey by the brilliant Greek poet, Homer. Circe turned Odysseus' shipmates into pigs when they visited her island. I am sure they were acting like pigs and deserved it. When Odysseus convinced her to return them to their human forms, she did comply, but they were younger than they had been before. The Trojan hero Aeneas also once sailed past her island, where she wove on her loom. She had lions, bears, boar, and wolves, who once had been men until she used her magic herbs to turn them into beasts.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Dagda oil. Dagda, or The Dagda, is the Celtic all-father god and High King of the Tuatha de Danaan. Although sometimes pictured quite comically, in a loincloth that fails to cover his massive manhood, lugging a club, he is highly revered as a wise father, defender of his people, and weilder of powerful magick.

The Dagda has enchanted cauldron was never empty, so that all who enjoyed his hospitality would never go hungry, and his magick club could kill 15 men in one blow, but resurrect them with just a touch of the handle. With his harp, he played music that gave order to the seasons, making the Dagda a master of Time.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Demeter oil. Demeter is an Olympian goddess, but rarely dwelled there. Demeter prefers the living Earth and its denizens to the lofty retreat of other Greek gods. Agriculture, motherhood, and harvest are her provenance. Demeter is the sister of Zeus, and their daughter is Persephone. She is herself the daughter of Cronus and the great Mother goddess Rhea.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Diana oil. This lush, full bodied Diana oil formulation is dedicated to the Stregha or Ephesus Moon goddess aspect of Diana, she who is mother to Herodias/Aradia, and courtesan to Lucifer. This Diana is as wild as Artemis, but motherly rather than maiden, suckling boy, girl and beast. If you are looking for an oil to honor the Roman Diana maiden goddess, please use Artemis.   $17 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Dionysus oil. Ecstatic, inebriant god of poetry, music, and prophesy, Dionysus is brother and contretemps to Apollo. Son of Zeus and Semele, he was educated by the forest god Silenus. His travels served to bring the arts of winemaking and viticulture to many lands, so his worship and cults were widespread. Like his Roman counterpart, Bacchus, he was worshipped by wild, bloodthirsty women called Maenads.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Elegba oil. Voudou and Haitian father trickster Orisha, Elegba is the lord of the crossroads, the road opener and gatekeeper. There are twenty-one of him, but I offer this one homage, using the number twenty-one in the formulation.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Eris oil. Hail Eris!

"Nobody seems to make an Eris oil," Bruce wrote me. "No, REALLY?"I asked sarcastically. "I think this is a job for Natural Magick Shop!"

I am not exactly an agent of chaos, but I'm not afraid of it either. Like other trickster gods, these folks like to mix it up, keep us on our toes, and more often than not, present challenges to vanity or the arrogance that we can really control things. Eris also contradicts our vainglorious notions that control can produce the best results to any situation.

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Freya oil. Freya is the Norse goddess of love and beauty. She is a mother as well as politician. We often turn to Freya for advice in matters of love. Cats draw her carriage! This is a sweet, cool, relaxing blend with more than a hint of mystery.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Gaia oil. Gaia is the pre-Olympian Greek goddess who is the whole body of the Earth. Bountiful and wild, her thoughts drive the movement of tectonic plates and evolution itself. She would be a natural choice of matroness for environmental activists.   $13 1/2 oz bottle   more info... Ganesha oil. Ganesha is the much-loved Hindu elephant god. He is invoked to remove obstacles to success, especially for Indian merchants. Business people and dilettantes alike might enjoy his voluptuous presence; he is often depicted reading a book, and he is also known as a god of literature. Ganesha is an altogether benevolent deity, and is invoked for good fortune and wisdom as well as prosperity.   $14 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Green Man oil. There is very little ancient written material about Green Man, but his face, composed of the leaves of trees, is found carved all over churches and buildings of all sorts in England. We infer that he represents the wild intelligence in trees and forest, and if you look at the foliage of trees you will often get a fleeting glimpse of his face.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Green Tara oil. There are many forms of the bodhisattva Tara, but I will begin my devotions to her through Green Tara. Known as the Buddhist goddess of compassion and enlightened action, Green Tara is a savior where worldly strife and struggles oppress the spirit, and she encourages us to prevail over mortal struggles to become givers and saviors ourselves.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Guadalupe oil. Our Lady of Guadalupe is the beloved Mexican/American aspect of Mary, mother of Jesus. Although she is officially not a deity according to Catholic dogma, many Catholics and others know better and revere her as a healing Mother goddess who always is ready to offer comfort, solace and forgiveness.   $17 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Hades oil. Hades is the Greek god who is ruler and King of the Underworld, the Realm of the Dead. Brother of Zeus, Demeter, Hera, and the other first generation Olympians, Hades is a grim but just god who rules over the Dead while not representing Death himself. Hades is also the god of treasures, since gold, silver and precious gems come from the Underworld.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Hebe oil. Hebe is the Greek goddess who is cup-bearer and helpmate to the other Olympian gods. She prepared baths for Ares, and was often seen with her father Zeus in his form as an Eagle. She helped her mother Hera into her chariot, and is an all-around pleasant and helpful goddess. Her chalice was filled with Ambrosia, the nectar of immortality and eternal youth. She was also a goddess of forgiveness, pardons and liberty, and freed slaves would hang their chains in her sacred grove in Phlius to thank her.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Hecate oil. Hecate is an ancient, pre-Olympian Greek goddess of the crossroads and the Underworld. Attended by hounds, she challenges at the crossroads, sometimes barring passage, but often giving guidance.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Hera oil. Hera is the Greek Olympian Empress goddess who rules with her King, Zeus. She is a women’s goddess and goddess of matrimony. While her role is not so enviable in later-day Hellenic traditions as the wife to the eternally philandering Zeus, it is fairly certain that her worship was established and stature was more prominent in earlier periods perhaps predating Hellenistic Greece.   $18 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Hermes oil. Messenger of the gods, alchemist, doctor, and trickster, Mercury, also known to the Greeks as Hermes is a deity of ceremonial magicians. He rules all aspects of communication, the mastery of science, the construction of magical tools, and arts of illusion.   $16 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Hestia oil. Hestia is the ancient Greek goddess of the hearth. Although less known today, she was one of the most universally honored goddesses of the Greeks of classical times. Not only was she represented at the hearth of most homes, but she had a public hearth in the center of most cities, as it was recognized that the hearth fire is the most basic civilizing factor in urban life.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Inanna oil. Inanna is a very ancient Sumerian goddess of Heaven and Earth, the Underworld, the founder of urban civilization, and agriculture. She is a love goddess as well, and the Semitic goddess Ishtar was assimilated into Inanna’s broad powers. Her lover is the god who seasonally dies, is mourned and reborn, as the vegetation in the agricultural cycles. In this way Inanna is the first of a long line of descent of Middle Eastern land an love goddesses: Innanna, Ishtar, Astarte, Ashera, Ashtoreth, and finally Aphrodite. Inanna is also a goddess of sovereignty, so any king would need to be married to her, as to the land itself, in order to wield any power. The rise in power and ultimate death of kings is seen to be a reflection of the natural cycle of the growth and sacrifice of crops. Inanna, the Earth and Queen of Heaven, remains eternal through this cycle.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Iris of the Rainbow oil. Iris is one of my closest patronesses, and she has given me much insight into her powers. Iris is also known as the Temperance card in the Tarot, Art, Hope, and Gay Pride. This oil has seven essential oils, for each of the six colors of the Rainbow, including White/Clear. As such it is also an oil of the Seven Chakras and can be used for chakra balancing and healing.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Isis oil. Isis may be one of the most worshipped goddesses of all times. In the peak of her power her worship ranged far and wide across the civilized world. At home in ancient Egypt, she is a very complete goddess, covering both bright and dark aspects. Like Inanna, she is a descent goddess, having gone to the realm of the dead to retrieve her lover, Osirus. Their child, Horus, is often depicted with her as a suckling infant, in remarkable similarity to later Madonna and Child representations of Mary.   $18 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Jezebel oil. Jezebel is a controversial figure from Biblical times. Married to Ahab, king of northern Israel, she brought Phoenician culture, wealth and Pagan worship to the Holy Land, particularly the worship of Ba'al. This brought her into conflict with orthodox worshipers of Yahweh, her main foe being the prophet Elijah. Jezebel, as the story goes, was assassinated after Ahab's death, by defenestration, e.g., her killers threw her out the window of the palace where she had ruled with Ahab. Determined to go out like a Queen, she put on her best makeup and dressed to the nines in preparation for the inevitable execution.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Kali oil. Kali is the fierce Hindu demon-eating goddess, standing on the prone, lifeless or unconscious body of her consort Shiva, wearing a necklace of skulls. Who could not love her? Kali is one of the best representations of the Terrible Mother, an embodied reverence for Death and destruction and a prerequisite for Life.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... King Solomon oil. Mythical patriarch of early Hebrews, son of King David, Solomon is believed to have built a great temple of learning and occult wisdom. A follower of Jehovah, he is said to have married pagan queens, and was often in trouble with his own god for being too tolerant of his wives’ gods.   $18 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Krishna oil. Krishna is the much-loved dancing Hindu god. Depending on the tradition, he is considered to be one with Vishnu, and Avatar of Vishnu, or a Supreme deity in his own right. His story is as complex as any other Hindu God form. He appears as a child, a lover, a celibate hero, a prankster, or as the One true Supreme God.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Kuan Yin oil. Many people think of this gentle Oriental goddess of compassion and mercy as the Oriental version of Our Lady of Guadalupe, but to my knowledge she is never depicted as a Mother. Kuan Yin oil is as gentle as the goddess, and includes the fabulously expensive true Lotus essential oil.   $22 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Laxmi oil. Laxmi is a Hindu goddess of wealth and opulence. It should be no surprise here, but the ingredients she required to represent her in this devotional oil are some of the most prized and pricey Indian essential oils and absolutes. I knew that Sandalwood and White Lotus would be involved, but oh, my! There is one other secret ingredient which makes this blend very lush, pleasing and hedonistic.   $33 1/2 oz bottle   more info...
Lilith oil. In legend, Lilith was the first wife of Adam, but she flew away to live in the wild and rule the beasts of night when he refused to submit to her desire to take the dominant role in lovemaking. Since then she is both desired and feared as a seductress, succubus, and goddess of demons.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Loki oil. Loki is a Norse trickster god beloved by mischief makers and Chaos magicians. He became the sidekick/shadow Self of Odin, but he is probably a much older god than others of the Norse pantheon.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Lucifer oil. Lucifer is a complex god with many contradictory mythologies. Literally, his name means “the bringer of light,” in Latin, properly referring to the Morning Star (Venus) which announces the coming of dawn. He is said to have been one of God’s great angels who through the sin of pride, was cast from Heaven by God or who fell from grace to Earth, and then into the center of Earth. In later Christian mythologies this would have been geographically identified with the pits of hell. Other Hebrew mythologies identify the pits of Helel as the vagina of the world, and the suggested metaphor being Lucifer as a lightening bolt or meteor strike (falling star) which fertilizes the Earth to produce life. Only later was he identified with the Sun itself (otherwise he would have to be seen as a rival to the Solar inseminating principle) and even later conflated   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Lugh oil. Lugh is an Irish deity who is thought to have had an older identity as Lugus, who was revered throughout Celtic realms, and who also became the Welsh god Lleu Llaw Gyffes. Both of them are known as warrior heroes and gods of all crafts and skills. Lugh is also a harvest god and presides over the holiday Lughnasadh, which is held on August 1st or 2nd.   $12 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Medusa oil. Medusa oil is dedicated to this most mysterious Goddess of snakes, the Underworld and ancient women's secrets.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Melusine oil. Melusine is a romantic, tragic figure in French faery mythology. She is especially the founder of Poitou, and the fabled ancestress of the Lusignan family. While she appears as a mortal woman, she is part snake or dragon, and has the powers of a very magical faerie goddess. Her tale tells of the tragedy that results when women's mysteries and privacy are not honored.   $23 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Mercury oil. Messenger of the gods, alchemist, doctor, and trickster, Mercury, also known to the Greeks as Hermes is a deity of ceremonial magicians. He rules all aspects of communication, the mastery of science, the construction of magical tools, and arts of illusion.   $16 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Michael oil. Saint or Archangel, Michael is a powerful protector, wielding his fiery sword. He is defender of the weak, especially children. This traditional formula is sometimes also known as “Fiery Wall of Protection.”   $16 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Morgan le Fey oil. Morgan le Fey is a very powerful magickal figure from the Arthurian legends who was probably originally a Welsh Celtic goddess, or an avatar descended from one, perhaps the mother goddess Modrone, although The Morrigan and Macha have also been posited as her forbears.
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Morpheus oil. Morpheus is one of my most beloved deities. Who does not love to dream? His father is Hypnos (god of Sleep) and his grandmother is Nyx, goddess of the Night. He and his brothers Phobetor and Phantasos all have wings, so that they can fly into Dream World. Morpheus is able to morph into any human shape, so he brings the people we dream of. His siblings bring our images of animals (or fears) and inanimate things (or fantasies), respectively.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Morrigan. Morrigan, Morrigu, or The Morrigan, is a Celtic goddess of the Raven and the battlefield. She is sometimes a triple goddess made up of herself Badb and Macha, or sometimes three separate goddesses who are collectively referred to as "The Morrigan." Cattle are her other sacred animals, and she is a goddess of sovereignty and fertility. Her legends as a battlefield deity result from her defense of her lands and people.   $19 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Neptune oil. Neptune is the Roman counterpart (though not identical) of the Greek Poseidon; they are both rulers of the oceans and all marine life. Neptune, however, also governs fresh waters. This oil pays tribute to his oceanic wisdom and mystery.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Nicnevin oil. Nicnevin is a Scottish/Gaelic Queene of Elfame, a Faerie Queene. Because she is associated with night Rades on Samhaine (Halloween), she is identified with the Unseelie Court of Faeries, the wild, untamed "bad" Faeries.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Obatala oil. Obatala is said to be the eldest among the Orishas, and creator of the Earth and human bodies. He is depicted in spotless white robes, and is said to be the King of White Cloth. The white color indicates purity, but in a different sense than dualistic Western right/wrong morality. The purity of Obatala is more like a sense of clarity, the ability to discern between all paths, towards the truest manifestation of ones Self.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Oberon oil. Oberon is best known from Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” as husband of Faerie Queene Titania. Oberon appears much earlier in Medieval romances as the King of Faery. An elusive character who is often presented as going away never to return to earthly realms, Oberon is perhaps the best global representation of the Faery King.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Odin oil. Norse patron god, creator of the runes, Odin hung himself upside down from the World Tree and blinded himself in one eye to be able to see both within as well as without. By such sacrifice and repose he gained the wisdom of the runes.   $20 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Orpheus oil. Orpheus oil is dedicated to my friend and long-term customer, Phil Freeman, who convinced me to create this oil. Orpheus is what you might call a semi-divine figure of Greek history, perhaps a deified ancestor. Poet, lyricist, musician, singer, he inspires every musician and performer.   $29 1/2 oz bottle   more info... Oshun oil. Oshun, or Ochun, is the African, Haitian and Voudou orisha of fresh waters. She is both a goddess of love and beauty, and a patroness of trade. Oshun originates with the Yoruban mythology of Nigeria. She is also worshipped in Brazil as Oxum.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Osirus oil. Osirus is the consort of Isis, the greatest goddess of ancient Egypt and beyond. He shares a function with many dying and reborn gods as a god of the Underworld. Osirus, from the Underworld, brings fertility to the Earth, and causes the annual flooding of the Nile.

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Oya oil. Oya is the Yoruba Orisha of the Tempest: winds, storms, rain and hail. She is a very fierce, warrior goddess, and wife of Chango, also a storm god. She is said to be the Mother of Nine, the nine tributaries of the River Niger, and her rains are the source of these tributaries and the Niger.   $15 (1/2 oz. bottle)   more info... Pan oil. Pan is the much loved Greek god of the wild, and his role has increased dramatically in modern times. Pan is all things sexual, animal and sensual, an ultimate party god. This contrasts with his original beat as a reclusive and minor Greek god of remote wild places and wild animals. He is most certainly much more ancient than the other Olympian gods.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Pele oil. Hawaiian goddess of volcanoes, Pele brings together the processes of creation and destruction like no one else can. Although the old religion of the Hawaiian islands was abolished in 1819, legends and worship of Pele continued to this day.   $23 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Persephone oil. Persephone is the Greek goddess of Spring and the Underworld, Queen of the Dead and all chthonic mysteries. She also brings the knowledge of hidden realms to the surface world. As her bright self, she is daughter to the agricultural goddess Demeter, and her darker self is wife to Hades, King of the Underworld.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Poseidon oil. Poseidon is the great Greek god of the Sea. Son of Rhea and Cronus, he is brother to Zeus, Hera and Demeter. Like his Roman counterpart Neptune, he is also a god of horses. The distinctions are that Poseidon was also associated with earthquakes, and Neptune may originally have been a god of fresh waters.   $18 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Puck oil. Also known as Robin Goodfellow, Puck is bright, mischievous and elusive. Puck oil is especially inspired by Mickey Rooney’s performance in the old black-and-white film, “Midsummer Night’s Eve.” Faery trickster, shape shifter and fool, Puck’s name is as bewildering to etymologists as that of any major deity. If you needed any proof that we all love a merry prankster, Puck is the proof in the pudding.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Ra oil. Ra is the Sun god of the later day Egyptian pantheon. His priests may have been creating a primordial father god to challenge earlier mother goddesses. Sometimes said to have conceived himself, other times he was called the son of Nuit, Egyptian night sky goddess. It does sound like a religious/political myth, a harbinger of the arrival of Jehovah.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Santa Claus oil. Santa Claus! Sometimes you just have to step back for perspective, and take a look at a mythological figure, and you realize that what you really have is a god! Santa Claus is just this sort of person. Able to bend time and space to deliver Christmas presents to children all around the world, able to know who is naughty and who is nice, an owner of at least a half dozen names, Kris Kringle, St Nick, Father Christmas, the Jolly Olde Elf, and etc, there can be no doubt that Santa Clause is a modern day deity with a lot of stock to go around.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Santa Muerte oil. Santa Muerte is a goddess who is the deified personification of Death. She is regarded lovingly as a psychopomp and guide. However, her powers and influence extend far past funereal matters. She is prayed to for protection, health, employment and financial well-being as well as for guarantees of a well-appointed afterlife. Her cult worship is most widely spread throughout Mexico and Southwestern US, and has been on the rise in the past twenty years. It is thought that she is a syncretized avatar of an ancient Aztec goddess of death, Mictecacihuatl, who was also worshiped in her form as a skeletal figure.   $15   more info... Satyr oil. This is my version of the infamous Satyr recipe often used to get laid quick. The difference in my formula is that it uses REAL vanilla and carnation absolutes. It does have a synthetic musk, no getting around that.   $33 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Sekhmet oil. Fierce and passionate, Sekhmet is the Egyptian lioness goddess of the Sun. Bright and terrible, she protected the Pharaoh in battle. Originally she was a war goddess of Upper Egypt poised against Bast who ruled Lower Egypt of the Nile Delta. When Upper Egypt ultimately prevailed, Sekhmet the lioness prevailed over the cat goddess who became Bastet.   $20 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Shiva oil. Shiva is a very complex Hindu deity with many interpretations depending on the tradition of Hinduism. In Shaivaism he is a supreme deity, in others, he is one of a triad of gods with Brahma, the creator, Vishnu who maintains, and Shiva is the destroyer. Shiva is depicted as an ascetic yogi, but on the other hand he appears as a generous and benevolent god of wealth and the household.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Sophia oil. Sophia is a Gnostic goddess of truth and wisdom. Her legends are complex. Older legends present her as a primordial mother goddess, sometimes even as the consort of Jehovah, otherwise understood as the Female Wisdom of nature. Gnostic myths include her presence during Mary’s immaculate conception of Jesus. This might have been an attempt to get the new Church to approve or accept a female aspect of divinity. There is a church built for her in Constantinople in the 6th century C.E. now called the Hagia Sophia Museum.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Star Goddess oil. Star Goddess is honored by this name in the Feri tradition, but she is also known as Nuit or Nut in ancient Egyptian religion. Star Goddess is the initiation point for all things, the beginning of time and the universe, as well as the end of it all.   $18 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Thor oil. Thor is a much loved Norse and Germanic god of thunder. We often see him depicted with his giant hammer, Mjöllnir, which seems to have a will of its own. Thor is the god of the common man, and is often called on for strength, forbearance and protection. We honor Thor every week, for Thursday is named after him.   $16 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Thoth oil. Thoth is an Egyptian god depicted as an ibis-headed deity who invented time, the papyrus, and all written knowledge. Thoth is the ultimate scholar’s patron. Thoth is also unusual as a masculine deity associated with the moon.   $14 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Titania oil. Titania is best loved and known for her appearance as the Faery Queene in Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Her name is originally used in Ovid’s Metamorphoses, as either daughter or a queen of the Titans, the primordial planetary forces. It is suggested that her name is cognate with Greco/Italian Diana of the moon and Dana, Irish primordial goddess and mother of the Tuatha de Danaan, lords of the Faery races.   $22 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Venus of Willendorf oil. Venus of Willendorf is the name given a paleolithic goddess, assumed to be a primordial mother goddess or ancestress deity. Her image is best known from a statuette discovered in Austria depicting a woman (or AnyWoman) of most voluptuous proportions. Many people worship her in modern times as a primordial goddess similar to Gaia. She is a favorite of women who have renounced dieting.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Venus oil. Venus is the well-known and adored Roman goddess of love and beauty. Venus is somewhat analogous to the Greek Aphrodite, but without her maritime emphasis. In Roman myth she has concentrated her focus as a goddess of romantic, heterosexual love. Venice is her sacred city.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Yemoya oil. Voudou orisha of the ocean, Yemoya or Yemaja is a mother goddess of all life forms including human. Her name is spelled a number of similar ways. She accepts souls after death, and is petitioned for comfort, healing from grief, and cleansing.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Zeus oil. Zeus is the Emperor god of ancient Greece. King of the Olympians, he is married to the Empress goddess, his sister Hera. By her he was given a few divine children, including Ares and Haephestus. Zeus is also well known for his philandering, and by many other goddesses, demigoddesses and mortals, he fathered most of the rest of the Olympian pantheon and numerous kings and heroes.   $18 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...

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