Eyes Skyward, Eyes Shut Perfume OilOut of Stock
Divine ecstasy and divine madness. Ambivalence and absolute faith.
Frankincense and lemon peel drifting on a cloud of lemongrass, white coconut, sandalwood, and vanilla absolute.
Fate’s Jester Perfume OilOut of Stock
Speaking truth to kings, beggars, and popes alike, immune to retribution and lordly wrath as he flings wise quips like cream pies and barbed arrows.
A motley tunic, festooned in bells: red currant and lemon peel over sugared patchouli and a bit of buttercream.
Il Bagatella Perfume OilOut of Stock
The Carnival King, the embodiment of the liminal space that exists between the death and resurrection of Christ: pomegranate and Lebanese cedar, the martyr’s red rose, and an aspergillum of wine-soaked hyssop.
Il Matto Perfume OilOut of Stock
Reviled and mocked, pelted by stones and set upon by dogs, all the while singing the song of divine madness: red sandalwood, tobacco absolute, palo santo, black copal and balsam dusted by burnt sage, soot, and an echo of frankincense.
Jongleur Perfume OilOut of Stock
Wherein the Magician and the Fool are one, spinning the story and juggling the knives that drive a man’s fate.
Frankincense and star anise, bergamot and clove bud, rue and green cinnamon, saffron and carnation, cedar and vanilla absolute.
La Papesse Perfume OilOut of Stock
A visionary heretic, martyred to usher in a new Aeon: rose oudh, blackened myrrh, and cathedral incense.
Narr Perfume OilOut of Stock
The affable fool who uses his own obtuseness and ignorance to his advantage: milk, honey, and wild fig with ambrette seed and almond buttercream.
Pomegranates and Date Palms Perfume OilOut of Stock
The Mysteries of Persephone’s divine descent entwined with the Mysteries of the Temple of Solomon, forming a map of the Tree of Life.
He made chains in the inner sanctuary and placed them on the tops of the pillars; and he made one hundred pomegranates and placed them on the chains.
Pomegranate, dates, and cypress infused with ketoret smoke veiled in violet, purple, and crimson.
Taschenspieler Perfume OilOut of Stock
The master of sleight-of-hand and trickery: dexterous, clever, and roguish. He is the mischief-maker whose tricks propel men to action, or dupe the foolish into traps of their own creation.
Peru balsam, tobacco absolute, leather, white sage, and blackberry juice.
The Bindle Perfume OilOut of Stock
A jester’s balloon, a vagabond’s pack. The riddle and the punch line. The Consequence, the Mystery, the Untapped Collective Knowledge of All Mankind.
Jasmine petals tumbled with a panoply of spices, suffused with incense smoke.
The Crescent Moon Perfume OilOut of Stock
The mystery of divine virginity, insemination, and the cradle of all birth. Fertility, wise counsel, and the gift of true wisdom.
Gleaming amber and copal with white sage and sheer juniper.
The Cross Perfume OilOut of Stock
The integration of spirit with the material world: frankincense, styrax, oakmoss, patchouli, and birch tar.
The Crown Perfume OilOut of Stock
The three phases of the moon fashioned into a lunar triregnum: blue chamomile, mugwort, and orris root.
The Eternal Virgin Perfume OilOut of Stock
The keeper of the secrets that are hidden [AB3] at the moment that life begins. Her light is the veil that cloaks the spirit; she is the mediator between the supplicant and the word of the gods.
White carnation, cardamom pod, and honey milk.
The Fool’s Dog Perfume OilOut of Stock
Sometimes playfully walking with the Fool, sometimes tugging on his stockings, sometimes attacking in a pack, sometimes tearing the ass out of his pants, sometimes chomping him right on the nuts: feral and tame, guardian and hunter, loyalty and opposition. Sometimes guiding the Fool off the cliff and other times warning him of dangers ahead.
A warm canine musk, trampled grass, a gleam of ivory-white fang, cardamom pod, and crushed yew.
The Fool’s Rose Perfume OilOut of Stock
Purity of ideal, unsullied innocence, liberation from base desires and worldly trappings.
White rose, frankincense, verbena, and angelica root.
The Fool’s Tranquility Perfume OilOut of Stock
At peace with recklessness and abandon, the serenity of accepting the embrace of disorder and obliquity: pink pepper and honey.
The Harlequin Perfume OilOut of Stock
The Divine Comedian, the Eternal Jester, instructing through pranks and buffoonery: vetiver-steeped raspberry and red currant.
The Initiatrix Perfume OilOut of Stock
Guiding the aspirant to spiritual knowledge and attainment through silence, reflection, intuition, and direct experience.
Red benzoin and rose.
The Legerdemain Perfume OilOut of Stock
The twilight in between the stage performer and the Magus; the sleight of hand trick transforms into true sorcerous skill: black silken musk, dark clove, guiac wood, black pepper, frankincense, and cardamom.
The Lemniscate Perfume OilOut of Stock
The sign of life, the sigil of eternity. The mathematics that form the structure of the universe, the finality of Omega, yet also the inconceivable, endless space beyond. Immortality and rebirth, the perfect aspiration of Spirit.
Frankincense and black pepper, Himalayan cedar, cognac, and tobacco.
The Magus Perfume OilOut of Stock
The Sorcerer, the Cunning-Man, the Sage. He is the Kerux, Initiator and Psychopomp, the Divine Messenger who leads neophytes on their paths through the Mysteries and shepherds the souls to the underworld.
Honey absolute, Oman frankincense, and asphodel.
The Moon Goddess Perfume OilOut of Stock
Virgin, huntress, witch, holding the mysteries and powers of womanhood between her palms: vetiver, white pine, hay, Sicilian lemon, leather, and agarwood.
The Mountebank Perfume OilOut of Stock
The Hustler, the Scoundrel, the Grifter, using the magic of misdirection, charm, and subtlety to swindle his way through this world, and through all worlds, seen and unseen. Eloquent and glib, he is the quintessential knave. He is the Guardian of Gamblers and the Protector of Con-Men.
A confidence trick: leather, sweet balsam, white sandalwood, thieves’ rosin, and dusty lavender.
The Night Priestess Perfume OilOut of Stock
Who leads the star-dazed hero in a moon-blessed quest for his mythical lover: night-blooming jasmine, clove bud, cardamom, moonlit vanilla orchid, and moonflower.
The Pillars Perfume OilOut of Stock
The pillars at the entrance to Solomon’s temple. And he reared up the pillars before the temple, one on the right hand, and the other on the left; and called the name of that on the right hand Jachin, and the name of that on the left Boaz.
“These two pillars, therefore, stand for the two great spiritual principles that are the basis of all Life: Jachin typifying the Unity resulting from Being, and Boaz typifying the Unity resulting from Love. In this Dual-Unity we find the key to all conceivable involution or evolution of Spirit; and it is therefore not without reason that the record of these two ancient pillars has been preserved in our Scriptures. And finally we may take this as an index to the character of our Scriptures generally. They contain infinite meanings; and often those passages which appear on the surface to be most meaningless will be found to possess the deepest significance. The Book, which we often read so superficially, hides beneath its sometimes seemingly trivial words the secrets of other things. The twin pillars Jachin and Boaz bear witness to this truth.”
– The Hidden Power by Thomas Troward, 1921
White cedar, cypress wood, sweet myrrh, honey myrtle, white sandalwood, spikenard, and frankincense.
The Precipice Perfume OilOut of Stock
The Leap of Faith or the Apex of Irresponsibility. One foot remains precariously touching the earth, the other hovers towards enlightenment or oblivion.
Green tea, neroli, and osmanthus, patchouli root, Spanish moss, tobacco absolute, and vetiver.
The Scapegoat Perfume OilOut of Stock
To save a trump card, sometimes you must make sacrifices: tolu balsam, leather, labdanum, black pepper, and benzoin.
The Scroll Perfume OilOut of Stock
Her scroll is sealed, her book is closed, and she is silent: the wisdom that she grants is that which cannot be put into words, that which cannot be recorded but must be experienced.
Honeyed myrrh with a drop of Ceylon cinnamon.
The Storyteller Perfume OilOut of Stock
The Raconteur, the Town Gossip, and the first character to appear on the stage in the first act. He is the Minstrel of the Heavens, the Devil’s Messenger, spinning morality tales, singing songs of loss, laughter, and triumph, and murmuring prophecies to all.
Beeswax, leather, hearth wood, and campfire smoke.
The Stranger Perfume OilOut of Stock
The unknown factor, the outsider entering your town uninvited, unannounced, and unknown: a narcotic black chypre with crushed violets, indigo lilac, patchouli, oakmoss absolute, labdanum, and clove.