Sudan Incense (Super Quality)
High Quality Indonesian Hand Made
Super Quality Sudan Incense, Sweet and Wanderful smelling. This one
produced very thick smoke. Only sold in this large bottle. Its hard to produce.
Best for Ritual and Genie Conjuration work.
These are produced by a small family
business which specialises in Occult/Magical Incenses.
No Ritual work should be conducted
without the proper incense to create the right Psychic atmosphere.
Incenses help release tremendous amount
of Psychic energies and are used as offering to the higher powers. Especially
for Khodam/Genie Conjuration Work!!
They can be used to strengthen the Sudan Incense
vibration of your occult Rituals, Magical items Talismans, Amulets, Charms and
even Mustika Pearls.
The importance of
Scent has the Sudan Incense
most profound effect on consciousness of all the senses. The use of correct
scent to lead the mind into appropriate states of consciousness to work magick
is a science shared by all magickal traditions. It is not just the human mind
that is affected, but higher entities as well.
angels, devas and Gods are all sensitive to scent. One reason cleanliness is
important in spiritual practice is that these beings are repelled by unclean
human odours. Natural aromatics Sudan Incense,
on the other hand, are known to please these
beings. For this reason, the offering of carefully prepared incense has always
been an important part of worship. The bible describes incense and all recipes
demanded by Jehova for his worship. All Egyptian rituals had incense offerings
as an important step. This is built into all the ancient prayers. Take the
Egyptian invocation of Isis as an example:
NAS-I AST, ME-KHET EN AST-
TA AST MA-AN-RAT
AST, ME-UNFU EN MAHET
EN AAB HEKA SHEN-ATEN.
HERI BAH EN
AST, MA QET QN AST,
ME-KHET EN MAAT AST, ME QET EN
I INVOKE THEE ISIS!
THOU WHO ART THE
OF THE FOUR WATCHERS-
ME OFFER INCENSE UNTO THE GODDESS ISIS…
It is obvious when you translate these ancient prayers that incense
has to be offered. The preparation of the incense itself was a magickal process.
It was known as Hekau, words of power translated into materials. The way modern
mass production throws ingredients together has no magick.
The process of
magickal incense blending takes several days, and is quite involved. As an
example, lets take the Kyphi recipe from the Horus temple at Edfu:
One grinds Sudan Incense
mastic, amber, sweet flag, bois de rose, camel grass [lemon grass], mint, and
cinammon, adding them one at a time in the order given. This forms what is
called the base, which is moistened with oasis wine and steeped overnight in a
copper bowl. Separately, the raisins are soaked in oasis wine and then ground;
they are mixed with the base and left to steep for another five days.
The excess wine is gently boiled off. Then the frankincense and honey are mixed
together, boiled to reduce their volume by 1/5, and quickly mixed with the base.
The boiling removes water and causes the honey to crystallize upon cooling. The
material is left to rest overnight. Finally the myrrh is ground and added, and
the kyphi dried gently, which takes several days. The incense is normally buried
in the Earth inside an earthenware pot to mature. Magickal invocations are used
throughout the whole process.
Similar processes Sudan Incense
are used by adepts in India and Indonesia . The production of magickal incense
is the responsibility of an adept, as the invocation of magickal forces into the
incense gives it its power. When you burn these incenses, you can feel the power
gathering. Some cause the djinn to appear.
There are a number of very high
quality incenses available on our site, which are also used by adepts in
Indonesia that can enhance your magickal rituals in different ways. Bukhur
Magribi summons djinn, and is most suitable for djinn magick.
Bukhur kasturi has a more general use in magick, as it creates an atmosphere suitable for any kind
of trance or invocation. Its atmosphere is more feminine, and favours the
manifestation of any kind of spirit you wish to invoke, while clearing the mind
so that manifestations are not random. Bukhur Sultan releases a great deal of
psychic power, that is useful for focusing on a goal,
rather than spirit Sudan Incense
contact. It will add much power to any spell or visualisation.
.Bukhur misk and Bukhur malikul both
favour contact with khodams and angels. Jadam is another ritual incense that
focuses raw power, and is therefore good for any practical spell work. Ancient
honey is good for invoking ancient God forms. Makmul cone incense opens up the
astral plane, allowing any kind of spirit contact.
The use of any of
these incenses can greatly enhance your magickal work.
Sudan incense, also known as “Bakhoor Al-Sudan,” is a popular incense in North Africa and the Middle East. It is made from natural plant materials and is known for its strong, pleasant aroma. The incense is often used in spiritual and medicinal practices to enhance the senses and promote well-being. In this article, we will explore the history and uses of Sudan incense and the benefits it offers.
History of Sudan Incense
Sudan incense has a rich history that dates back to ancient times. It is believed that the ancient Egyptians and Babylonians used incense for both spiritual and medicinal purposes. The use of incense spread throughout the Middle East and North Africa, where it became an important part of the culture and traditions.
Sudan incense is made from natural plant materials such as frankincense, myrrh, and amber. These materials are carefully blended to create a unique aroma that is soothing and relaxing. The incense is often burned in small amounts, releasing a fragrant smoke that fills the air with its aromatic properties.
Spiritual and Medicinal Benefits
Sudan incense is commonly used in spiritual and religious practices. It is believed to have cleansing properties that purify the environment and promote a sense of calm and relaxation. The incense is often burned during prayer and meditation to create a peaceful atmosphere and to enhance spiritual experiences.
In addition to its spiritual benefits, Sudan incense is also used for medicinal purposes. The incense is believed to have antibacterial and antifungal properties that can help to prevent the spread of germs and infections. It is also used to treat respiratory problems, such as asthma and bronchitis, and to alleviate stress and anxiety.
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