Magical enchanted oil for good luck and prosperity: I need some magical enchanted oil for good luck and prosperity!
Hermes Trismegistus Magical Oil
Another fabulous derivation from Jennifer's Grandmother's Magical
Oil, which has been blessed and ritually charged in the spirit of
Hermes Trismegistus, to help bring enormous Good Luck, Prosperity,
and to help you get lucky in any situations where you need or want good luck.
Hermes Trismegistus may be a representation of the syncretic combination
of the Greek god Hermes and the Egyptian god Thoth
Greeks in Hellenistic
Egypt recognized the equivalence of Hermes and Thoth. Consequently, the
two gods were worshiped as one, in what had been the Temple of Thoth in
Khemnu, which the Greeks called Hermopolis.
Both Hermes and Thoth
were gods of writing and of magic in their respective cultures
It has also be known to help people develop their own magical talents,
as well as the powers of divination and communicating with otherworldly
spirits and deceased loved ones!
You will love it, and you can never have too many varieties
of magical oils in the house! Try some for yourself and see!
Use a drop to anoint your tools, a candle, even your wrist, or simply
open the bottle and allow the magic and the essence into the air.
The bottle is tiny, only a dram, because you do not need much!
Hermes Trismegistus Magical Oil Only $18.88 plus Free Shipping!
Bottle and/or label may differ slightly from the one in the photo.
Sold as curio for entertainment.
Both Hermes and Thoth were gods of writing and of magic in their respective
Hermes, the Greek god of interpretive communication, was combined
with Thoth, the Egyptian god of wisdom, to become the patron of astrology and
alchemy. In addition, both gods were psychopomps, guiding souls to the afterlife.
The Egyptian priest and polymath Imhotep had been deified long after his death
and therefore assimilated to Thoth in the classical and Hellenistic period.
renowned scribe Amenhotep and a wise man named Teôs were co-equal deities
of wisdom, science, and medicine; and, thus, they were placed alongside Imhotep
in shrines dedicated to Thoth-Hermes during the Ptolemaic period
Modern occultists suggest that some Hermetic texts may be of Pharaonic origin,
and that the legendary "forty-two essential texts" that contain the core Hermetic
religious beliefs and philosophy of life, remain hidden in a secret library.
trance "readings" of Edgar Cayce reveal that Hermes, or Thoth, was an engineer
from the submerged Atlantis, who also built, designed, or directed the construction
of the Pyramids of Egypt.
Spiritualist writer Tom DeLiso claims that Hermes
Trismegistus taught him in out-of-body states
and that Hermes Trismegistus is
a newer incarnation of Thoth. Both are conscious energy constructs without bodies