Master crafted with premium cosmetic grade Beeswax, Sweet Almond oil and other select organic ingredients, original recipe "Artisan Alchemist"™ Old European WITCHES FLYING OINTMENT Sacred Sabbat Ritual Unction from WITCHCRAFTS ARTISAN ALCHEMY® is a Saturnian blend of genuine Atropa Belladonna, European Wormwood, Mugwort, Betel Nut, Cinquefoil, Mullein, Hibiscus, Red Clove, hand-harvested Dittany of Crete (flower or leaf as available) and more all gemstone honored with a Baltic Amber nugget.
Use WITCHES FLYING OINTMENT for anointing body power points prior to Sabbat rites, hedgecrossing, shamanic journeying, divination, visioning, occult veneficus, warrior arts, dark crone goddess pathworking, astral projection, glamoury, sex magic and all kinds of power spellcasting.
The top surface of the 1 ounce aluminum tin lid is black wax stamped with a Pentacle for protecting the sacred contents of the container.
Comes in a 1oz tin tucked beautifully within a velvet jewelry pouch.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd May 2014
I adore this product so much, smells deliciously of clove an herbs and is great for trance states, lucid dreams and opens us more easily for spirit contact. <3
Posted by Tim Jacobs on 3rd Dec 2013
First, thanks to Liorah for reinventing something that featured prominently in the medieval practice of witchcraft. We cannot know exactly how it was used or in combination with what (toad venom perhaps) but as it stands it is pretty authentic. First though, unless one already has some degree of astral travelling ability, it won't make you fly. The 'flight to the Sabbat' was really an astral event, although I am not saying there were not physical gatherings also, and the application of this salve would have facilitated astral separation because belladonna and henbane (together with Mandrake, members of the solanaceae family)place a person in the dream state - and there is a substantial connection bertween astral travel and lucid dreaming. As we die, we also pass through the dream state, and that is why belladonna is the flower of death: in excess (and taken internally) it will take you through the dream state and through the very gates of death itself.
What to expect:
I apply to the third eye centre, throat centre, the back of the neck and pulse points of the wrist and feet (also inner thighs if so inclined). Absorption is better after a hot bath when the electrical resistance of the skin is reduced, thus permitting ion transport. The first thing you will notice is a burning sensation as the substance is absorbed. This will last about ten minutes. After that you may experience a mild dreamy fugue or nothing at all. After about three hours (or next day) you may experience a dull headache. These will reduce as you develop a tolerance for the substance; I no longer get them. Another after effect will be a slight eczematous dryness and reddening of the skill where you rubbed the salve; this can last three or four days.
Heart conditions (atropine is a cardiac stimulant)
Eczema or other skin sensitivity (if you have very pale skin, also avoid).
In an age where products are regularly touted on Amazon and elsewhere as 'flying ointments' we should be grateful to Lirah for having the balls and dedication to give us the real deal and let us experiment for ourselves. Enjoy!