Speaking in riddles from the beginning, this formula flits between Ceres - Roman goddess of Agriculture and equivalent of the Greek Demeter, and the Keres - monstrous Greek shades of violent or tragic deaths. While the complete list of ingredients and majority of uses push it towards an association with the latter, parts of it do reflect Ceres as well.
Made at sundown on the day of Jupiter, in the hour of the Moon, the oil is comprised, in part, of:
bloodroot • datura blossom • nettles • sweetgrass • amber • poppy • morning glory • myrtle oil • rose oil • cypress oil • honey • human hair • dog nails • storm water from Hurricane Katrina
amongst many other ingredients...
It may be used for the accomplishment of impossible tasks (when applied in specific ritual); for the promotion of - or removal of - inspiration, to either usable or maddening degrees; and for creating confusion. Contains the potential for use in works of necromancy, and for quickening or, briefly, staving off the death of the dying.
Devotees of Hekate who own this oil would do well to keep it on or near an altar to her, as she has shown an affinity with it and the spirits it draws.
Instructions and information will be provided on a cloth scroll.
Price is for one half ounce bottle of Blood of Keres Oil. If you are interested in greater amounts, please contact us.
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