Kyphi

Needed:

  • 4 parts frankincense
  • 2 parts benzoin
  • 2 parts gum mastic
  • 2 parts myrrh
  • 1 part cedar
  • 1 part galangal (or ginger)
  • ½ part calamus (or vetivert)
  • ½ part cardamom
  • 7 raisins
  • ½ part cinnamon
  • ½ part cassia
  • ½ part juniper berries
  • ½ part orris
  • ½ part cypress
  • Few drops lotus bouquet
  • Few drops wine
  • Few drops honey

Mix the ground dry ingredients thoroughly. Let sit in an airtight container two weeks. In a separate bowl, mix together the oil, wine, honey and raisins. Add to the dry ingredients and blend with the hands. Let sit another 2 weeks. Then, if desired, grind to a fine powder. Kyphi is used in night rituals, to invoke Egyptian Goddesses and Gods and as general magickal Incense.