New to Starry Eyed Supplies is the highly anticipated Anointing Perfumed Spell Oil!
Available in an Amber vial with metal rollerball dispersal, each annointing oil is created for magical use with essential oils and a base carrier oil. No ick, no synthetics, all natural and beautiful scented.
Not intended as a cosmetic perfume but should not irritate skin. Anoint your magical tools and jewellery with this gorgeous Spell oil!
★Honouring Jiu Tian Xuan Nu 九天玄女, connection the grand lessons of your life, dispel any influences that cause apathy, opening yourself up to spiritual teaching, attract benevolent and generous energies into your life, overcome blockages★
★Scent - Fragrant oriental scents with a woody understone, uplifting, Green tea notes with fresh citrus notes amongst others ★
The beautiful anointing spell oil for Jiu Tian Xuan Nu 九天玄女, was originally created for the wonderful Benebell Wen, and is now a permanent addition to Starry Eyed Supplies!
For the description of this beautiful Goddess I will reference from Shanghai Daily:
"The Mysterious Woman of the Ninth Heaven (Jiu Tian Xuan Nu 九天玄女) is a powerful Taoist deity, who taught the Yellow Emperor and gave him esoteric texts on military arts that helped him win a cosmic battle. She also gave him texts on alchemy and immortality.
She is also known as the Feng Shui Goddess who brought knowledge of feng shui to the Yellow Emperor. She is an important figure in feng shui theory and practitioners today frequently employ statues of the Mysterious Woman of the Ninth Heaven.
This immortal is sometimes called the Goddess of the Nine Heavens - in Taoism there are nine layers of heaven and layers of the underworld.
The Mysterious Woman's "birthday" is celebrated today on the 15th day of the second month on the Chinese lunar calendar. Believers will burn incense and pay their respects in Taoist temples - there are quite a few in China and several in Shanghai. Ceremonies include chanting and Taoist music.
She is associated with the arts of warfare, martial arts, shamanism, alchemy, feng shui, sexual alchemy (Taoist sexual practices for longevity) and divination."
In my personal interaction with Her energy, the idea of "The Phoenix in Kingfisher shades," was a message that was given to me, to draw a parallel between my own experiences so that I might aptly represent Jiu Tian Xuan Nu. This tapped into the story of the Fisher King from Chrétien de Troyes' Perceval, believed to be based on Celtic stories on Bran the Blessed - another figure deeply concerned with the Occult arts in such a fashion that crosses over with that of the warrior, and notions of immortality.
Jiu Tian Xuan Nu expressed also that one must be fierce and disciplined: you must earn Her favour by helping yourself first, and expressing a willingness to learn.
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