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Abramelin Oil, the Ceremonial Jewish Holy Anointing Oil as Described in the Biblical Book of Exodus

Abramelin oil, also called Oil of Abramelin, is a ceremonial magical oil blended from aromatic plant materials. Abramelin oil became popular in the Western esoteric tradition in the 20th century after its description in a medieval grimoire called The Book of Abramelin written by Abraham of Worms, a fifteenth century Jewish Kabbalist. The recipe is adapted from the Jewish Holy Oil of the Tanakh, which is described in the Book of Exodus attributed to Moses. Abramelin Oil may be used in any sort of ceremony or ritual aimed at a white magical goal. Use to anoint white candles. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abramelin_oil, n.d.). The four ingredients listed by Mathers in his translation of The Book of the Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage are myrrh, cinnamon, galangal, and olive oil. The word that he translated from the French as "galangal" is actually the word "calamus." Other existing manuscripts list calamus as the ingredient. In hoodoo, galangal root is used in pro…

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