Oil of Abramelin

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Oil of Abramelin

A ceremonial magical oil blended from aromatic plant materials. The recipe is adapted from the Jewish Holy Oil of the Tanakh, which is described in the Book of Exodus attributed to Moses. There are several very similar recipes of the oil, but the original was made up of Myrrh, Cinnamon, Cassia, Calamus, and Olive oil. Many traditions of magic also assign symbolic meanings to these ingredients. In the Jewish tradition the Olive is a symbol of domestic felicity and stability, Myrrh is believe to be sacred to the Lord, Calamus is known for its sweetness and stands for male sexuality and love, while while Cinnamon is favored for its warming ability. In hoodoo folk magic, these symbolisms are slightly changed: Myrrh and Olive remain the same, but Cinnamon is for money and luck, and Calamus is used to sweetly control others.

Pad of Definitions (2.01 In My Time of Dying), Official Website

2.01 In My Time of Dying

John: Hey. Here. I made a list of things I need, have Bobby pick them up for me.
Sam: Acacia? Oil of Abramelin? What's this stuff for?
John: Protection.
Sam: That stuff from Bobby, you don't use it to ward off a demon, you use it to summon one.

13.14 Good Intentions

Sam: Maybe the spell on the angel tablet’s different because this, Oil of Abramelin, Angelica Root, we-we have most of this stuff.

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