Bibliomancy: Powdered Incense: Small Jar
-Burn within a heat safe dish or on a heat safe surface ( Such as our ceramic offering bowls )
-Self-igniting, these do not need to be sprinkled over charcoal tabs but can be lit with a match or lighter and then *carefully* blown out to produce scented smoke ( unlike other powdered incenses, these need to be blown out after a significant flame is achieved. )
-For larger plumes of smoke, a charcoal tab can be used. Sprinkle liberally over a heated charcoal tab in a heat safe dish or on a heat safe surface.
-Use a small spoon to remove incense & pinch together on surface making a cone shape for more throughout burning.
-Presented in a glass jar with sealing lid to keep the scent fresh.
-Label artwork by artist Aaron Horkey, engraved in metallic ink at Studio On Fire, both Minneapolis based
- Listing includes one 2.75 oz jar of powdered incense
review via S. Elizabeth:
One can foretell the future through cards, clouds, drops of mercury, even a pile of steaming entrails–why not, too, the words from a book, chosen at random from your personal library? Unlit, the astringent sage-cedar combination in this powder effuses a nose-sniffing, throat clearing, “ahem, ahem!” clarity–you have flipped haphazardly to a page you’ve chosen by chance, but its message for you is keenly focused and anything but arbitrary; fate knows what it wants to say, it has chosen its words carefully, and it will brook no misunderstanding. Bibliomancy, smoldering and smoking, however, tells a different story. It has second, and maybe third thoughts, and its meaning is muddled. It wants you to make a plate of caramel-bottomed sugar cookies. It insists that you lay on the cool earth of your unfinished basement floor on a warm, woozy summer midnight and play an unutterably beautiful Mazzy Star album. It demands you bury your nose in a manky old paper back in the dim-lit corner of a used bookshop on a rainy afternoon and try, try again.