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Saturn Oil

Saturn Oil

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 “Revolution is like Saturn, it devours its own children.”
-Georg Buchner

The 7th luminary of the firmament, Saturn is the last of the classical planets. 

Saturn has been known through history as the planet of discipline, responsibility, death, shadow, and boundaries. Saturn’s voice is a quiet one, but when you listen to it, everything flows. When you don’t, Saturn pushes you with tough love to face the challenges you have been ignoring and helps you gain clarity during hard life lessons. Saturn is a guide through the darker aspects of ourselves. It helps us through shadow work and breaking bad habits by teaching us the value in creating boundaries and structure. Because of its rule over limits and boundaries, Saturn can also be called upon for protection and binding magic. 

Made with black cat hair, mandrake, vetiver, patchouli, pewter, and much more 

Uses:
-bring order, structure, discipline and boundaries
-manifestations in the physical plane
-getting the most from your Saturn return
-working with darker aspects of ourself
-protection and binding magic 

Day of the week: Saturday
Sephiroth: Binah, “Understanding”
Zodiac: Capricorn and Aquarius 
Color: black
Scent: dirt, petrichor, musk 

The Orphic Hymn to Saturn:
ETHERIAL father, mighty Titan, hear,
Great fire of Gods and men, whom all revere:
Endu'd with various council, pure and strong,
To whom perfection and decrease belong.
Consum'd by thee all forms that hourly die,
By thee restor'd, their former place supply;
The world immense in everlasting chains,
Strong and ineffable thy pow'r contains
Father of vast eternity, divine,
O mighty Saturn, various speech is thine:
Blossom of earth and of the starry skies,
Husband of Rhea, and Prometheus wife.
Obstetric Nature, venerable root,
From which the various forms of being shoot;
No parts peculiar can thy pow'r enclose,
Diffus'd thro' all, from which the world arose,
O, best of beings, of a subtle mind,
Propitious hear to holy pray'rs inclin'd;
The sacred rites benevolent attend,
And grant a blameless life, a blessed end.

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