Spirit Guide Oils

Natural Magick Spirit Guide oils are made with reverence and research to be pleasing devotional blends for the animals or beings they are named for. I research legend and lore, and try to use oils of plants that represent the guide, what it does and what it smells like. The Natural Magick process of using planetary and elemental influences, correspondence, and high quality ingredients is especially appropriate for invoking the nature of your guide.

Anoint yourself to attune to your totem, or pour into offering bowls or aromatherapy lamps, or anoint statues or fetish objects.

These oils are not made as fakey perfumes with marketable names. Fox really does smell wild and clever, Bear is somber and impressive, Angel is ethereal and bright, Dragon smells like smoke and scales.

Spirit Guide 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 most resembling the guide so named.

Alien oil. Spooky, strange and medicinal, Alien oil uses essential oils correspondent to Pluto and Mercury. Originally designed for a Halloween haunted house tour, so it is startling and scary. I would be reluctant to wear this one at bedtime, but of course that is the time you are most likely to get abducted, if you are really into that.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Angel oil. Open your crown chakra with this oil to align and communicate with Angels in general or your personal guardian Angel. Angels are originally conceived as winged messengers or agents of God described in the Old Testament of the Bible. While there are many named angels, most famously the Archangels, this Angel oil is designed to be a generic formula to work with all the benevolent heavenly beings.   $33 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Archangel Gabriel oil. Gabriel is a Hebrew, Christian and Islamic Archangel, often identified as a messenger. His roles are very complex and his legends and attributions are myriad. Gabriel is identified in the company of and in alliance with the other four well-known archangels, Michael, Raphael, Uriel, and Suriel.   $17 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Archangel 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.”   $17 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Archangel Oils Set of Four. This set has four beautiful oils, each dedicated to one of the four Archangels: Raphael, Michael, Gabriel and Uriel. The colors of each of the oils is all natural, the result of the essential oils which correspond to each of these Archangels.   $55 1/2 oz. bottles   more info... Archangel Raphael oil. Raphael is a Hebrew, Christian and Islamic Archangel, and is attributed great powers of healing. His roles are very complex and his legends and attributions are myriad. Raphael is identified in the company of and in alliance with the other four well-known archangels, Michael, Gabriel, Uriel, and Suriel.
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Archangel Uriel oil. Uriel is one of the four main Archangels who is not actually named in the Christian Bible or the Jewish Bible, but he is found in a number of apocryphal texts and is a very important presence in Enochian tradition. Uriel is often depicted holding a book, and he is considered to be the Archangel of Wisdom.   $17 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Banshee oil. Umm, who wants Banshee oil? Keening harbingers of death, they are not the most anticipated of faery spirits. I was surprised when a customer/friend requested it, and more surprised when other folks bought it as well! But for those folks who have this familial spirit in their Irish/Celtic ancestry, there is a loyalty and reverence that binds Banshees as an ally to their corporeal human family.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Bat oil. Creatures of the night, Bats are often associated with Vampyres, but this blend is dedicated to the animal guide itself. Find your way in the dark, astral travel, fly between the Worlds. Bat is also a messenger totem.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Bear oil. Bear is a powerful native totem animal. The size, strength and intelligence of Bear makes it a very desirable guide, and the fact that Bears can challenge humans in the food chain gives them a fearful power that holds an attraction across cultures and millennia.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Bee oil. The Honey Bee is a very different sort of totem. Bee energy is extremely feminine, since the Hive is completely run by Sisters. Service, devotion, selflessness, and sacrifice for the larger good are all virtues of the Bee. The Intelligence of Bee is not in the individual, but in the collective Mind of the Hive. This oil would be ideal for feminists, participants in worker collectives, nonprofit organizations, or any large service oriented industry. Gardeners and farmers would also love to have more Bee power in their plots or acres!   $18 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Butterfly oil. Warm, bright, active and flowery, Butterfly is a spirit guide for transformation, and especially appropriate for late bloomers. Faeries and spirits of the Dead are said to ride the Butterfly, or to disguise themselves as Butterflies.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Cat oil. There are so many devotees to the Cat spirit guide that it's difficult to believe that Natural Magick Shop waited so long to formulate this devotional oil. Cat has powers of invisibility, stealth, merriment, persuasion, and the ability to see into the dark, among others. Cat spirit guide is subject to the goddess Bast and these two formulations are linked. Cat is one of the most accessible Spirit Guides to those who seek the ways of Magick. Cat is known to be a most willing familiar to aid the Witch or Wizard in spell-casting, intercession with the Spirit World, and spy work. Oh, and they are just so darned cute!   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Coyote oil. Coyote is a trickster Spirit Guide highly regarded by many Native American religions. Coyote correspondent to other trickster gods or mythological personalities in stories worldwide. While Coyote pranks other people and animals, it is not unusual that the Coyote is also the target of his own jokes!   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Crow oil. Crow, like Raven is a sacred bird to many goddesses, particularly the Morrigan and a number of other Crone/death deities. In the city, Crow may be represented as any corvid species, Raven and Grackles among them. Raucous, tribal, and extremely communicative, these birds are harbingers that many fear and others revere.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Death oil. Death is card XIII of the Tarot major arcana. This card depicts a grim Reaper on horseback carrying a scythe. Death deals with the ending that necessarily must come about before a new beginning - it only very rarely means an actual death of a friend or family member. Use this oil when ITS OVER, or to commune with the mysteries of Death, or to wear during a mourning period to express grief and give honor to The Dead.   $15   more info...
Deer oil. Deer would be a favorite totem for hunters, and the shamanistic relationship between hunter and hunted should be evident in this blend. Deer has the powers of speed, grace and invisibility.   $14 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Djinn oil. Djinn is the King of the Salamanders, the Elemental beings composed solely of the Element of Fire. The Elemental Kings or Rulers are the purest and most powerful agents of the Element, a concept of Alchemical magick. I believe that they either are the same entity as the “Guardian of the Watchtower” of the particular direction involved, or that the Guardian is under the rule of the King, with the King being the active agent of the direction and Element and the Guardian being the stationary resident of the Watchtower.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Dolphin oil. Playful, blue-green, and serene, this oil is devoted to one of the most engaging mammals in the ocean. More humans are able to respect the "personhood" of Dolphins than of any other animal. More than any other animal, Dolphin is able to interact with the verbal centers of human. Therefore, Dolphins are potentially great ambassadors for all other living beings in negotiations with humans, a very weighty responsibility for this favorite totem animal.   $22 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Dragon oil. Dragon is a mythical creature known across cultures worldwide. Dragons keep a system of magick all to themselves, being very ancient and wise. This is a beast that protects property and riches, and defends its territory and interests.   $17 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Dragonfly oil. Dragonfly is an ancient totem, a Watcher since the early days of the Dinosaur. Dragonfly would be an excellent totem for paleontologists, archaeologists, or any who seek to bring ancient knowledge to the present. Anybody who flies any sort of aircraft would enjoy the guidance of this Spirit Guide who is most adept in flight.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Eagle oil. Eagle is one of the most popular of air-borne Spirit Guide animals. It is the totem of visionaries and seekers of truth, justice and integrity. Eagle is in fact, the totem of the United States of America, a nation of people who narrowly avoided causing the extinction of their own national bird. In this way, Eagle is a protector of all endangered species, and any being that needs protection and oversight.   $16 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Elemental Kings set of four. This is a set of each of the oils dedicated to the Elemental Rulers: Parald, King of the Air Elementals, the Sylphs; Djinn, King of the Fire Elementals, the Salamanders; Nixsa, King of the Water Elementals, the Undines, and Ghobe, King of the Earth Elementals, the Gnomes.   $50 set of four 1/2 oz. bottles   more info... Faery oil. Faery oil is made with essential oils of plants and flowers known to be attractive to Faeries or traditionally used to see open the eyes to Faerie sight, and a little something to discourage malevolent Faeries. Like the Magick oils line, this bottle contains focus herbs: Rose petals, ritually harvested homegrown Thyme, and Elder flowers   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Firefly oil. Firefly enchants the night with flickering lights. The blinking of illumination resonates with the sparks of inspiration and creativity which come and go in our minds. You could call on Firefly to help with sparking your imagination, brainstorming, and other forms of non-linear thinking.   $17 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Fox oil. Fox is a great shapeshifter in many traditions, and master of magical arts. Fox shares many characteristics with Coyote, but with much more grace and without the slapstick comedy of Coyote. Intelligence and wit and cunning are among the many powers of Fox.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Gargoyle oil. Gargoyles are emissaries of the Watchers. Some people call them Wards. They watch whatever takes place and if properly engaged, can become powerful guardians of hearth, home, and public buildings.   $19 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Ghobe oil. Ghobe is the King of the Gnomes, the Elemental beings composed solely of the Element of Earth. The Elemental Kings or Rulers are the purest and most powerful agents of the Element, a concept of Alchemical magick. I believe that they either are the same entity as the “Guardian of the Watchtower” of the particular direction involved, or that the Guardian is under the rule of the King, with the King being the active agent of the direction and Element and the Guardian being the stationary resident of the Watchtower.   $15   more info...
Hawk oil. Hawk oil is similar to Eagle oil, but with more active principal in it. Hawk is a favored totem, magical name, and spirit guide, especially to followers of Taliesin, the Welsh name for the wizard Merlin.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Horse oil. I doubt that anybody needs to help you find out if Horse is your totem. Horse people are absolutely obsessed with their power animal! Horse energy is about freedom, adventure and loyalty, so lets go for a ride!   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Hummingbird oil. My Hummingbird oil is a version of a traditional love-attracting Voudou perfume. It does include synthetic Frangipani and Honeysuckle oils, but in general I have attempted to re-work this formula into something more real and natural, appropriate to the totem. While this could be a love-attracting perfume, Hummingbirds are not monogamous, and after mating females raise their babies alone.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Jaguar oil. Jaguar is a totem of dream magic and night vision. Jaguar is playful and tricksey, something of a practical joker. Fiercely loyal, territorial, Jaguar tends to use the illusion of fear and mischief more than brute violence to defend those lucky enough to befriend this Spirit Guide.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Jellyfish oil. Jellyfish is a consciousness very remote from human consciousness. Serene, mysterious, almost alien, Jellyfish partakes of the Element of Water and is buoyed by the Full Moon. A more Oceanic being could hardly be imagined.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Lion oil. Lion is a totem of courage, strength, pride and royalty. Unlike other Big Cats, Lions are social animals who live, and hunt cooperatively. Lion totem energy can be very helpful to people who need to learn to work within social frameworks, and to understand and fit in with structures of authority. Lion has long been associated with rulers, so this Spirit Guide may help you develop your own leadership abilities.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Lynx oil. Lynx is a spirit guide devotional oil inspired by customer Lisa M. A soft, quiet, snowy blend, Lynx oil evokes the strength, grace and mystery of these elusive wild cats. Lynx are revered as seers, because they are believed to be able to "see" through solid objects with their paws by a highly developed sense of vibration. Magickally, by extension, they are able to see into spirit realms. This make Lynx an ideal guide on the astral planes, as a Dream Shaman teacher.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Mermaid oil. The Mermaid is known in many cultures. Woman above the waist and a fish below, she is the perfect symbol of oceanic love, mystery, beauty, and danger. The Mermaid is related to the ancient Siren of Greek mythology, who would sing to distract sailors to their doom. Mermaids also share similarities with the goddess Yemoyah, the Irish Merrow, and the Selkie, and the Elemental Water creature, the Undine.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Merman oil. Merman and Mermaid are the only ones of my Spirit guide oils that get a formula for each gender! The Mermaid oil is simply way too feminine for most men, and the men who are allied to the Mer Folk and to the sea deserve their own Oceanic scent to connect with the masculine Mer. Like the Mermaid, the Merman is fish below the waist and human form above. The Merman shares a lot in common with the Greco/Roman gods of the Sea, Neptune and Poseidon. It may be that these gods are simple kings of the Merfolk.   $18 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Nixsa oil. Nixsa is the King of the Undines, the Elemental beings composed solely of the Element of Water. The Elemental Kings or Rulers are the purest and most powerful agents of the Element, a concept of Alchemical magick. I believe that they either are the same entity as the “Guardian of the Watchtower” of the particular direction involved, or that the Guardian is under the rule of the King, with the King being the active agent of the direction and Element and the Guardian being the stationary resident of the Watchtower.
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Otter oil. Elusive, feline, watery and playful, Otter is loyal to friends & family while still retaining a mischievous class clown nature. Otter is a highly intelligent animal, tool-users even, and problem-solving and puzzles are favorite and welcome challenges to Otter.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Owl oil. Owl is sacred to many goddesses, Athene and Lilith among them. Creatures of the night, able to see in total darkness, Owls have gained wisdom and insight which they may choose to offer their human partners. Owl is not for morning people. Owl stays up late at night, hunting out the truth hidden in darkness.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Panther oil. Panther is the Native American wild cat of the west, fierce predator and widespread traveler. Do you prefer having a range instead of just one home town? Would you like cats if they didn’t like people so much? Maybe Panther is your Spirit Guide. Panthers were extirpated from the Eastern United States, but they once ranged virtually everywhere in the New World.   $17 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Paralda oil. Paralda is the King of the Sylphs, the Elemental beings composed solely of the Element of Air. The Elemental Kings or Rulers are the purest and most powerful agents of the Element, a concept of Alchemical magick. I believe that they either are the same entity as the “Guardian of the Watchtower” of the particular direction involved, or that the Guardian is under the rule of the King, with the King being the active agent of the direction and Element and the Guardian being the stationary resident of the Watchtower.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Phoenix oil. Ashes as well as the heavenward flight are included in this blend dedicated to the beautiful Phoenix of brilliant plumage.. Phoenix often chooses to be spirit guide for the human who has already gone through a cycle of ruin and resurrection. The Phoenix-guided human who has successfully navigated this pathway has the potential to be a healer and savior to others who face this challenge. In this way the light of the Phoenix is passed along across generations of humans.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Pythia oil. Pythia (more properly the Pythia) is also known as the Oracle of Delphi, who served from possibly as early as 1400 BCE until 395 AD, just after the Emperor Theodosius I shut down the pagan temples and allowed the destruction of the Temple of Apollo. (Boo, hiss.)

Until then, the Pythia enjoyed the most famous and respected Oracle status of the Greeks, and the religious and prophetic renown of the Temple was among the best recorded by history. According to myth, the site was originally a Temple of Gaia, and the Oracle was said to channel the wisdom of either the goddess Themis or Phoebe. Later the Temple was taken over by Poseidon, and finally Apollo took it over during the Greek Dark Ages.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Rabbit oil. Rabbit is a totem of swiftness, fertility, and camouflage. It is a spirit of joy and freedom. The rabbit knows when to be so still as to be invisible, crypsis, and when to move so quickly nobody knows where he went!   $17 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Raven oil. Raven, like Crow, is a sacred bird to many goddesses, particularly the Morrigan and a number of other Crone/death deities. In the city, Raven may be represented as any corvid species, Crow and Grackles among them. Raucous, tribal, and extremely communicative, these birds are harbingers that many fear and others revere.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Snake oil. How could I not have snake oil? I am trying to do a lot of things with this one. First I honor the Snake totem, a guide for transformation, wisdom, knowledge, eternity, immortality. Then I am paying homage to the old huckster purveyors of “snake oil” also known as patent medicines. While snake oil came to refer to any patent medicine (most of which were just distilled liquor disguised as medicine), it appears that some of the patent medicine salesmen did import real snake oil from China, e.g., the rendered fat of snakes. Ewwwgh! It was sold for pain relief, especially for arthritic complaints. It has been hypothesized that the high content of Omega-3 fatty acids in snake fats may have been responsible for a clinically therapeutic anti-inflammatory affect. With the long spine and jillions of bones and vertebra and fluid motion of the snake, it is also easy to see the Doctrine of Signatures speaking in this animal, offering itself for relief of aches and pains of the bones and joints. This oil is not a perfume. Valerian and Omega-3 fatty acids are the therapeutic ingredients.   $13 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Spider oil. Spiders are totems of The Center, Spirit, and the Akashic force. Spider spins the web that connects everything in the Universe, binding the four Elements and the Silver Cord of Fate and Destiny. Many Native peoples of North America call her Grandmother, an ancestral goddess who is mother to all species.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Temperance oil. Temperance is card XIV of the Tarot major arcana. A serene Angel pours liquid from one vessel to another, an alchemical transformation. Water and fire are combined for a sacred chemistry. This card depicts Irises growing at the feet of the Temperance angel, and many people including myself think that this angel IS Iris of the Rainbow, who of course mixes Fire (light) with Water (droplets of water after a rain) to create the Rainbow. Consequently, this oil is the very same as my Iris of the Rainbow oil, a blend of seven oils to represent each othe the six colors of the rainbow, and the seventh being clear or white light.   $21 1/2 oz bottle   more info...
The Devil oil. The Devil is card XV of the Tarot major arcana. This oil is a very Earthbound scent indeed, hedonistic, sexual, seductive and masculine, reeking of excess. This Tarot card speaks to our temptations, our bondage, addictions, and self-imposed imprisonment. So be careful with this one!   $15 1/2 oz bottle   more info... The Fool. Welcome the Fool, the number 0 of the Tarot Major Arcana. As a collector (NOT a reader!) of Tarot, the 0 card is of course one of my holy icons, and the Rider-Waite imagery is persistently as challenging an image as any recent interpretation. I personally feel like most of my life has been spent with the Fool on this trusting precipice, so tonight (April 1, 2013) I launch, without having the resources, formula, or raw materials, having just bought but not set up a printer that can hopefully handle the imagery, the Tarot line of Spirit Guide oils, beginning with The Fool. It smells, if you can imagine, fresh and unusual, adventurous and dangerous, while still being comfortable with wherever and whoever we find Ourselves to Be.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... The Lovers oil. The Lovers is card VI of the Tarot, and it is said to represent the sign of Gemini, and all matters of duality, love, and choices. The card usually is depicted with two lovers who, while holding each other, appear to have inward gazes. This is a cosmic truth of creation mythology: The Goddess is born of the Abyss with just her own imagination, and, examining herself in the mirror of empty space, she beholds her reflection, which becomes her Lover, the Other, by which me may discover ourSelves.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
The Magician oil. The Magician is card I of the Tarot major arcana. This very powerful card contains all that is needed for creation of one's World. All four elements and suits of the deck are represented; sword, grail, pentacle, and wand. The Magician teaches us how to hone our true Will and how to take ideas from inspiration to Manifestation.   $15 1/2 oz bottle   more info... The Star oil. The Star is card XVII of the Tarot major arcana. A beautiful nude woman pours water from a chalice and dips water from a stream. This card is about blessings from Heaven, the grace that comes from your Star of Destiny.   $18 1/2 oz bottle   more info... The World oil. The World is card XXI of the Tarot major arcana. It is depicted as a lovely nude woman dancing in a circle of foliage and flower. The Lion, Cherub, Eagle and Bull, representing the cardinal directions, four elements and the four fixed signs of the Zodiac, guard her corners. The World card is about having come full Cirlce, having arrived at one's full potential.   $15 1/2 oz bottle   more info...
Tiger oil. Powerful, stealthy, sleekly beautiful, Tiger is a totem for success. Tiger is the Eastern equivalent to the Occidental Lion totem in many ways, being an animal associated with power, leadership, and royalty. Tiger is also seen as being an animal of passion, sensuality, and unfortunately for its survival as a globally endangered species, sexual capability. Tiger is the Spirit Guide for all of the Natural Magick Spirit Guide line, and ten percent of sales of any of this line is donated to World Wildlife Fund, which declared 2010 to be their Year of the Tiger, redoubling their efforts to conserve Tigers in the wild.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Unicorn oil. The Unicorn is innocent, wise, and usually only perceived in the memory. A symbol of grace, purity and dignity, the Unicorn is a much sought spirit guide. Ephemeral and elusive, Unicorn is often seen as a rare opportunity to recapture innocence of a time elapsed into misty nostalgia, or our own unblemished newborn souls.   $22 1/2 oz. bottle   more info... Vampyre oil. Vampyre is one of the leading Spirit Guides of modern Gothic culture. The Vampyre enchants and then feeds on the blood of its victim, then sometimes offers a suitable prey the opportunity to live undying forever. There are many gothic romances which have placed this otherwise grim and fearful spectre into protagonist role. Next to a Vampyre, our own irrational appetites and lusts seem moderate and forgivable.   $21 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...
Wolf oil. Wild and furry, Wolf is a wise and powerful totem animal. Covering a large territory, the Wolf pack is emblematic of the family clan. Loyalty, obedience, and an appreciation for authority are the Wolf’s powers.   $15 1/2 oz. bottle   more info...

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