Essential Oils

Brief history

The first uses of fragrant oils from trees and plants have been known since ancient times. The first stone-engraved texts relating the use of fine oils and perfumes for healing rituals and care applied to the body were discovered in archaeological sites in the Middle East, East and Asia.

At the time of pharaohs Amenophis IV and Then Ramses, the essential oils extracted were mixed with precious stone powder (including quartz and turquoise) to increase their frequencies and obtain more efficient results.

Explanation of Essential Oils

The extraction of essential oils cannot be dissociated from the art of spagyria which descends directly from the art of alchemy.

Spagyria is the art of extracting the three principles “body, soul and spirit” from the plant. The essential oil is the “Fire” principle, the “spirit” of the plant.

For example, if you burn a plant, you get ashes from it in which is the “Salt” of the plant that corresponds to its “body” principle.

If you put the plant to macerate in alcohol or water, you will extract a tincture that corresponds to the “soul” of the plant with its “Water” principle.

The essential oil is extracted by different processes, the most used historically is distillation: this corresponds to the “spirit” of the plant.

It is for this reason that essential oils contain the subtle smell of the plant and have an anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-inflammatory and magical effectiveness for some plants since they represent the “Fire” principle.

These three analog principles “body, soul and spirit” exist in all matter whether vegetable, mineral or crystalline. We find these three principles inside the human body but also in the atom, with the representation of the proton, the electron and the neutron.

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