Seven Scorpions: Powdered Incense: Small Jar
-Handmade in Philadelphia by Three Ravens Co.
-Burn within a heat safe dish or on a heat safe surface ( Such as our ceramic plates )
-Self-igniting, these do not need to be sprinkled over charcoal tabs but can be lit with a match or lighter and then 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
“So fierce and burning was the poison that the child died and fire broke out in the house.” Are you familiar with the story of Isis and her seven scorpions? As we’ve learned in countless myths the world over, it would behoove you to give succor to those appearing less unfortunate and importuning you for relief, for they may be god/desses in disguise. And should you shut your fine door to such a one, you may offend a Speaker of Spells who will set her scorpions upon you, heavy with seven-fold poison and sense of righteous indignation. Much like Isis’ beloved stinging familiars, Scorpions is a harsh, bitter fragrance that sets the very air it permeates to acrid throbbing. Once the smoke clears, however, the lingering scent is one of reverence and repentance, and of the push and pull of great power.