Egyptian Incense


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Anpu Incense Athena Incense Bast Incense Benu (Phoenix) Incense
Diana Incense Hathor Incense Heru Incense Isis Incense #1
Isis Incense #2 Kali Incense Kyphi Incense Morrigan Incense
Osiris Incense #1 Osiris Incense #2 Ra Incense Sekhmet Incense #1
Sekhmet Incense #2 Tehuti Incense #2



Kyphi Incense

3 parts honey
1 part copal
1 part orrisroot
1 part storax
2 parts finely ground cinnamon
3 raisins
1 part myrrh
4 parts sandalwood
2 parts frankincense
Red wine (enough to moisten the mixture)
Benzoin (enough to roll the balls in)
Waxed paper

Thoroughly grind all of the ingredients separately.
Mix together groups by nature:
first, resinous ingredients, then, powdery ones, and continue.
Mix all batches together, add red wine to moisten,
then roll into ĺ-inch balls. Roll the balls in benzoin.
Lay the balls out on waxed paper for a week or more.
This incense is very smoky.

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Osiris Incense #1

2 parts benzoin
1 part pine
1 part patchouli
1 part cedar
1 part myrrh

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Osiris Incense #2

5 parts frankincense
3 parts Dittany of Crete
1 part myrrh
4 parts juniper
2 parts cedar leaves
3 drops Lotus Oil or Lotus Bouquet

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Ra Incense

4 parts frankincense
1 part juniper berries
2 parts orange peel
1 part myrrh

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Sekhmet Incense #1

1 part dragonís blood resin
1 part red sandalwood
1 part cinnamon
ľ part catís claw
2 drops vanilla oil

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Sekhmet Incense #2

3 parts red sandalwood
2 parts myrrh
1 part catnip
3 parts cinnamon
1 part benzoin
Ĺ part dragonís blood resin
1 small pinch asafetida
7 drops cedarwood oil

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Tehuti Incense

1 part white sage
Ĺ part bay
Ĺ part rosemary
ĺ part cinnamon
1 part cedar

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I collected these recipes over the course of 10 years
and they come from many sources, including
Scott Cunningham's The Complete Book of Incense, Oils & Brews.
Unfortunately, I have forgotten where most of the others came from.
If you know of the origins for any of them, please let me know so that I can credit the source. Thank you.