Rosemary 1 part
Frankincense 2 parts
Bergamot 3 parts
Presentation is a key ingredient in magic, so those of you who wish to add beauty to your oil may wish to include rosemary needles (crushed in a mortar and pestle, as stabbing needles are antithetic to blessings), or rosemary blossoms, frankincense tears, and slivers of orange peel.
Blend equal parts of the following oils:
You may choose to include frankincense tears and bits of benzoin, as well as rose petals. Rose essential oil is cost prohibitive for some, who may instead use a fragrant oil, in which case the addition of rose petals serves as an authentic way of utilizing the power of rose.
Many blessing recipes include elements that are also used for cleansing, the idea being that the removal of negativity is essential in order for positive power to replace it. For this reason we often find astringent ingredients being used, such as eucalyptus, rosemary, sage, and so forth. The following is an example of such.
2 drams of Camphor oil
2 drams of Eucalyptus
4 drams of Vetiver
6 drams of Frankincense
6 drams of Sandalwood
This blend works especially well for fumigating a room when added to an aromatherapy burner.
Three Kings Blessing Oil
Owing its origins to the gifts bestowed by the magi, Frankincense and Myrrh are often used for blessing work. Since both are resinous, their thickness is best lessoned by mixing them into a carrier. For this recipe we will mix a quarter fluid ounce of each into a full ounce of jojoba oil. This may be stored in a gold colored jar, or you may mix in flecks of gold foil or glitter.