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Lilith Demoness and Enchantress of Night, Storms, Sexuality and Lust 1" Charcoal Incense Cones - Spice and Incense - Witch Candles Pagan

Lilith Demoness and Enchantress of Night, Storms, Sexuality and Lust 1" Charcoal Incense Cones - Spice and Incense - Witch Candles Pagan

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These amazingly soothing and fragrant incense cones are made from charcoal with no wood filler, so you get the clearest, purest scent without as much smoke. This is part of our Gods & Goddesses series of scented charcoal incense cones, scented with a spicy yet musky fragrance with a hint of florals that smells like a combination of an incense/pagan store and spices with ylang-ylang, frankincense & myrrh, cinnamon, and patchouli. Comes in quantities of 10 or 20 hand-dipped and dried incense cones. A must-try incense scent only from Ozark Moons!

Few magickal orders exist dedicated to the undercurrent of Lilith and deal in initiations specifically related to the Aracana of the first Mother. Two organizations that progressively use initiations and magick associated with Lilith are the Ordo Antichristianus Illuminati and the Order of Phosphorus. Lilith appears as a succubus in Aleister Crowley's De Arte Magica.

"Dark is she, but brilliant! Black are her wings, black on black! Her lips are red as rose, kissing all of the Universe! She is Lilith, who leadeth forth the hordes of the Abyss, and leadeth man to liberation! She is the irresistible fulfiller of all lust, seer of desire. First of all women was she - Lilith, not Eve was the first! Her hand brings forth the revolution of the Will and true freedom of the mind! She is KI-SI-KIL-LIL-LA-KE, Queen of the Magic! Look on her in lust and despair!" (Lilith Ritus, from the German by Joseph Max)

Modern Luciferianism
In modern Luciferianism, Lilith is considered a consort and/or an aspect of Lucifer and is identified with the figure of Babalon. She is said to come from the mud and dust and is known as the Queen of the Succubi. When she and Lucifer mate, they form an androgynous being called "Baphomet" or the "Goat of Mendes," also known in Luciferianism as the "God of Witches."

Neo-Paganism
Many early writers that contributed to modern-day Wicca, witchcraft, and Neo-Paganism expressed special reverence for Lilith. Charles Leland denoted Aradia with Lilith: Aradia, says Leland, is Herodias, who was regarded very early on in stregoneria folklore as being associated with Diana as chief of the witches… Leland further notes that Herodias is a name that comes from West Asia, where it denoted an early form of Lilith.

Gerald Gardner asserted that there was continuous historical worship of Lilith to the present day and that her name is sometimes given to the goddess being personified in the coven, by the priestess. This idea was further attested by Doreen Valiente, who cited her as a presiding goddess of the Craft: “the personification of erotic dreams, the suppressed desire for delights”.

In this contemporary concept, Lilith is viewed as the embodiment of the goddess, a designation that is thought to be shared with what are said to be her counterparts: Inanna, Ishtar, Asherah, Anath, and Isis.

Scent: Frankincense & Myrrh, Cinnamon, Patchouli, Ylang-Ylang

Every physical order comes with free samples and free gifts!Incense Cone Burning Instructions:

🌛 Prepare a place to set your incense cone after it is lit. You should pick a fireproof surface that won't be damaged by heat or direct fire, such as an incense burner specially made for burning incense cones, foil on top of the sand in a large clay or metal container, Anything that's heat-resistant and will hold the cone is a suitable container. Make sure you place the container away from anything flammable, such as curtains, lampshades, or paper.

🌛 Light the smallest end of the incense cone at the tip. You will want to keep the end lit with a flame on it for 30-60 seconds, or until the tip of the cone glows orange *all the way across it* when the flame is extinguished. You want a nice, solid orange glow at the top of the incense cone - once you've established a nice solid orange glow on the top, extinguish the flame by blowing it out, or using a candle snuffer if you prefer. If it is not lit thoroughly before extinguishing the flame, your cone will not burn, it will just go out, so keep it lit with a flame until you achieve that solid orange coal burning.

🌛 After getting the top lit with a strong orange burn and then extinguishing the flame itself, set the incense cone down on your prepared surface or incense cone burner and enjoy!

All incense will produce smoke, but our incense smoke is only pure fragrance, unlike most incense which is made mostly of wood filler. Without wood filler, you get pure fragrance!
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