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I am thy mate, I am thy man,
Goat of thy flock, I am gold, I am god,
Flesh to thy bone, flower to thy rod.
~Aleister Crowley "Hymn to Pan"
Satyr Oil is widely thought to trace back to a favourite anointing oil used for sexual attraction by Aleister Crowley. He called it "The Perfume of Immortality" or Ruthvah, likely a corruption of the Arabic ruh hiyat meaning "spirit of life," and it was made of equal parts of civit, musk and ambergris which were rubbed very sparingly into the scalp. His contemporary Jack Lindsay said that the scent had a compelling effect on both women and horses. Scott Cunningham and Herman Slater both published versions of an oil for heightened sexual allure in men which they call Satyr Oil and which seem to be based on the Crowley formula.
We chose to formulate our own take on the alluring and sexually-charged satyr oil blends. Our popular version contains only pure oils and no synthetic or animal products; the musky notes are achieved using various vegetable musks. This complex blend of 15 essential oils creates a warm, earthy, and masculine scent to evoke lust and frenzy toward the wearer from either sex. This oil is blended and charged during auspicious times in rites of passion for an added energetic vigor--be prepared for anything.