Unhexing Oil – St. Cyprian Oil

$9.50

Unhexing oil is used to remove curses, jinxes, and hexes placed on you by your enemies and those who mean you harm. For added strength, use with a reversing candle. Citronella, agrimony, juniper berry, and other herbs and essential oils in a base of fractionated coconut oil.
Candle color = gray
Psalm = 7

St. Cyprian was supposedly raised in black magick before converting to Christianity. Invoked St. Cyprian for
– help when traveling
– to protect from harm
– from bad language
– from jails
– for homeless people
– protection from lightning, thunder, fire, and earthquakes
– protection from bad neighbors harassing you
– liars and cheaters of the heart.

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Description

Unhexing oil is used to remove curses, jinxes, and hexes placed on you by your enemies and those who mean you harm. For added strength, use with a reversing candle. Citronella, agrimony, juniper berry, and other herbs and essential oils in a base of fractionated coconut oil.
Candle color = gray
Psalm = 7

St. Cyprian was supposedly raised in black magick before converting to Christianity. Invoked St. Cyprian for
– help when traveling
– to protect from harm
– from bad language
– from jails
– for homeless people
– protection from lightning, thunder, fire, and earthquakes
– protection from bad neighbors harassing you
– liars and cheaters of the heart.

Suggested uses: Use as an anointing oil, use in an oil burner, add a few drops in your bath, add a few drops in a bowl of water and bath yourself with it. You can also add a few drops (not too much) to the top of a jar candle before burning, or anoint a taper or spell candle with the oil. Write your intention in the wax of the candle with sharp object before burning.

Saint Cyprian of Antioch, according to legend, was a tremendously gifted pagan sorcerer who studied and practiced in the esoteric arts across the Old World from childhood to adulthood. He eventually came across Justina, a devout Christian virgin whom he tried to influence magically for sexual motives by sending demons her way. Justina’s repetitive pointing of the sign of the cross, crazy unconcerned and with zero fucks to give, effectively ridiculed his efforts. Saint Cyprian converted and later became a bishop after his agenda was rejected. Both he and Justina were later martyred by being beheaded after being boiled in a cauldron. After his conversion and ordination as a clergyman, it is widely assumed that he continued to practice magic and sorcery, with keys to the ecclesiastical (Upperworld) and infernal realms bestowed upon him (Underworld).
Please note – you do not have to work with angels and saints to use this product.