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Flying ointments can be used in witchcraft practices for astral travel, lucid dreaming, spirit communication, divination, as aphrodisiacs, and for sex magick. They can also be used medicinally to treat chronic pain and inflammation, for mood elevation, and sleep issues. The Poison Path is an area of occult herbalism that focuses on using

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Flying ointment by Notnotice, released 04 June 2021 1. Flying ointment Attention! The new album from Notnotiсe “Flying ointment” is not the easiest test for the psyche. Mixing dark ambient, drone and field recordings further intensifies the already difficult and truly dark atmosphere of the ritual of this hour-long trip. The album is perfect for plunging into …

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Pressed by Deacon Magnetics, 2nd Edition. Featuring ultraviolet reactive shell and cassette, green. Hand-numbered. Includes unlimited streaming of Flying Ointment via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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The original flying ointment was an herbal salve, ointment, or oil that witches used to anoint themselves. The ingredients in the flying ointment when applied to the skin produced a trance-like state of mind. This shift in consciousness gave witches visions or sensations of flying in the sky, visiting remote locations, and communicating with

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Flying ointment, in a historical context, was basically a salve containing a blend of fat and psychotropic herbs, which allegedly gave witches the ability hop on their brooms and fly off to their Sabbat celebrations. Keep in mind that because this concept became a popular one during the witch hunts, or so-called Burning Times, in Europe, part

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Old Nick – Flying Ointment by Old Nick, released 14 April 2020 1. Shepard of the Rats 2. Witches Keening 3. Vampyric Candle 4. Effervescent Death Serum 5. Cacophonous Mandrake Horde 6. Broomstick Shrouded practitioner: drums sentancer: guitar …

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Flying Ointment This ointment will aid you in astral projection. Ingredients ½ cup Shortening 3 tbsp. Mugwort (powdered) 3 drops Dragons Blood Oil Preparation: Melt the shortening over low heat. This will be your base. Add the mugwort and the dragons blood oil to the base. Visualize your intention while stirring. Steep for 9 minutes…

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Home › History › Medieval Magic & Pharmacy: Not Just “Flying Ointments”. Medieval Magic & Pharmacy: Not Just “Flying Ointments” By TS on December 24, 2017 • ( 0). By Thomas Hatsis. When I first started my investigation into the so-called “witches’ ointment” of the early modern period I was looking for a specific kind of ointment that caused a specific …

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Flying ointment is an herbal hallucinogenic salve applied by witches for the purpose of soul-flight. I aim for this guide to provide a variety of recipes and ingredients to choose from, highlighting both psychoactive and non-psychoactive entheogens.

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Recipe #1 1 part Dittany of Crete 1 part Cinquefoil 1 part Mugwort 1 part Parsley Prepare the ointment and anoint the body prior to an Astral Projection session. ————————————— Recipe #2 2 drops Sandalwood Oil 1 drop Jasmine Oil 1 drop Benzoin Oil 1 drop Mace Oil Add these essential oils to the ointment base and anoint […]

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Recipes for the witches’ flying ointment can be found in works of 16 th century physicians/scholars Jerome Cardan and Giovanni Battista della Porta, in which the fat of infants is mixed with many various ingredients, including herbs known to have hallucinogenic and paralyzing effects, deadly nightshade and aconitum (Forbes, pp. 268-270).

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This flying ointment, Witchcraft & Necromancy, is full of necromantic herbs, which are also useful for hedge-work, transformation, death/spirit work. Created with candelilla wax, this blend includes Fly Agaric, Yew, Blue Lotus, Klip Dagga, and Opium Lettuce–all infused into a blend of organic sunflower oil, poplar bud oil, and cypress oil.

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Name. The ointment is known by a wide variety of names, including witches’ flying ointment, green ointment, magic salve, or lycanthropic ointment.In German it was Hexensalbe (lit. ‘witch salve’) or Flugsalbe (lit. ‘flying salve’). Latin names included unguentum sabbati lit. ‘sabbath unguent’), unguentum pharelis, unguentum populi (lit. ‘poplar unguent’) or unguenta somnifera …

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What is a flying ointment? Flying ointments are a marvelously sinister creation that have had a revival in recent times due to the popularity and resurgence of European Traditional Witchcraft. A flying ointment is a balm or oil that has been infused with psychoactive plants such as Atropa Belladonna, Hyoscyamus Niger, Mandragora Officinarum, Datura Inoxia, Datura Stramonium, …

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Solid ‘Flying Ointment’ Recipe. 10 drops of the pure essential oil of linden (careful! often adulterated!) In a double boiler melt the beeswax gently using as low a heat as possible using a wooden spoon to stir. This will coat the spoon in wax but this is necessary before adding the essential oils.. Once the beeswax has melted, allow to cool

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