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Oil Blends for Spring, in honour of Pan

Oil Blends for Spring, in honour of Pan

PostAuthor: TheWiseHedgewitch » Mon Oct 04, 2010 8:03 am

By Freyawyche (Freyawyche) on Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 09:51 pm:

Pan Blend:
Tuberose 10% in Jojoba...6 drops
Sandalwood...15 drops
Haitian Vetiver...4 drops
Kewra...(an Indian oil)...4 drops
Agar Musk...2
Gulab ..(another Indian oil-roselike)...4 drops
Rose Maroc...4 drops
Rose Damascene 10%...4 drops
Calamus...5 drops
Gurjam Balsam...30 drops

I realize some of you may not be familiar with the more exotic oils in this blend, but if anyone wants to invoke Pan, this oil is for you! Try accessing Google or try Liberty natural oils, Nature's Gift oils, Enfleurage oils. There is another company in Canada that outsources some of the more exotics-again try Google. Substitute rose but make sure it is real rose-either maroc or attar, etc. The musk..well...that is something you gotta have/no substitute. Do not use Ambergris, which is manufactured and does have the numen or lifeforce of the real thing.
Along with all this, there is a cute story on the web called Pan visits New Jersey: a true story of a couple who invoked and got what they bargained for.

Another Spring blend for witchy WOMEN...
Helicrysum 2 drops
Sandalwood 10 drops
Neroli 6 drops
Camelia 2 droppers full
Gingergrass 2 drops
Holy Basil 2 drops
If you cannot find gingergrass it will still be worth making. May substitute Hay or meadowsweet.

http://www.othergods.org/research/Pan%2 ... %20NJ.html
This is the web address for the Pan story
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Re: Oil Blends for Spring, in honour of Pan

PostAuthor: TheWiseHedgewitch » Mon Oct 04, 2010 8:03 am

By River (River) on Tuesday, April 25, 2006 - 10:54 pm:

Wow! I just read that Pan story, and it was great! the gods (and other beings) have their ways of contacting us, and they often come as a big surprise!
I meant to get back to u and ask about those shakers too- who are they? I've heard of them, but they're obviously quite different to what I thought they were! I thought they were a christian cult, similar to what the Quakers used to be!
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Re: Oil Blends for Spring, in honour of Pan

PostAuthor: TheWiseHedgewitch » Mon Oct 04, 2010 8:04 am

By Freyawyche (Freyawyche) on Wednesday, April 26, 2006 - 10:03 pm:

Yes, the Shakers and Quakers were Protestants but on the fringe- what we might call a cult today, only not as psychologically destructive as what goes on today. They were very straight, lived in community, had elders, NO MARRIAGE OR SEX. But had some kind of ecstatic worship that caused them to shake and tremble. Look them up on the web- they will be easy to find but do not exist today...as a result of no marriages...no kids...the followers died out. I think there are 2-3 left in Massachusetts somewhere.
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