I created a ritual oil for Mary Magdalene for my sisters, but I made more than I needed. I have decided to put up the extras in my shop. Generally, with a Limited Edition, I only offer full sized bottles. But in the spirit of Mary Magdalene, I wanted to offer a smaller size to make this possible for everyone.
We always say that our magic should be able to affect the physical world, right Charmers? Your purchase of this Limited Edition does just that. I created this ritual oil to bring my sisters to their root of power. Acquiring this ritual oil will give you a taste of that and create real change for teenaged girls who are denied an education in developing countries. If that’s not magic then I don’t know what is.
Mary Magdalene: For the patroness of perfumers, nothing less would do than pure rich, smoky balsamic myrrh and intoxicatingly decadent rose essential oils draped over woody and earthy sandalwood and bejeweled scarlet pomegranate. Healing aloe and palms, heavenly freesia, French jasmine, divine orchid, exotic tea, and soft vanilla are balanced with sensual dark oud wood, earthy patchouli, woodsy musk and rich amber.
100% of your purchase price goes to the Malala Fund. The shipping goes to the US Post Office because well, see the new Testament on tax collectors, etc.
Mary Magdalene has been created in my enchanted workshop, Spare Oom. While Mary Magdalene can simply be worn on pulse points as a fragrance oil, it can also be used to invoke the Magdalene and your root of power. For more information on my process in making this particular ritual oil please see here.
“I don’t mind if I have to sit on the floor at school. All I want is education. And I am afraid of no one.” – Malala Yousafzai.
The Malala Fund empowers girls through quality secondary education to achieve their potential and inspire positive change in their communities.
Malala’s work by championing the voices of other girls, highlighting what works in girls’ education and calling on leaders to do more.
at the international, national and local level for policy and system changes that give girls access to a high quality education at a community level.
WHO WE SUPPORT
Adolescent girls under the threat of the Taliban in Pakistan
Girls kidnapped or under threat of boko haram in Nigeria
Girls in Syrian refugeee camps in Jordon and Lebanon
Adolescent girls affected by the ebola crisis in Sierra Leone
Adolescent girls learning technology skills in Kenya