Sulfur Powder

Sulfur is a natural mineral utilized to cleanse an environment of impurities and to destroy negative elements created by lustful sexuality, drug use, black magic, etc.

Includes two (2) ounces of sulfur powder.

Sulfur or sulphur (Sanskrit, sulvere; Latin sulpur) was known in ancient times, and is referred to in the Biblical Pentateuch (Genesis). The word itself is almost certainly from the Arabic sufra meaning yellow, from the bright color of the naturally occurring form. At room temperature, sulfur is a soft bright yellow solid. It burns with a blue flame that emits sulfur dioxide, notable for its peculiar suffocating odor.

Uses of Sulfur:

  • Cleanse a space
  • Drive away negative influences
  • Repel noxious substances (parasites, larvae, etc)
  • When you move to a new home, it is good to burn sulfur there every day for nine days.

"By putting sulfur powder inside of your shoes, the larvae of the astral body (incubi, succubi, basilisks, dragons, phantoms, etc.) are destroyed. Sulfur originates invisible vapors that rise in order to disintegrate these types of larvae. Malignant forms of thoughts and larvae enclosed within any room are disintegrated when one burns sulfur upon a flaming piece of charcoal." - Samael Aun Weor, Alchemy and Kabbalah in the Tarot

How to use:

  • In a brazier or fire safe pot, light an incense charcoal. When it is white hot, spoon sulfur onto the coal. Once you put the sulfur on the charcoal, you (and anybody else, including pets) should leave the room, since the smoke is toxic. Close the door behind you and wait for the smell of the sulfur to dissipate.

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Experience with Sulfur Powder

This is very good incense to use; I would recommend for someone else in need of it. Here is my experience with sulfur powder:

Although I did not use sulfur powder to smoke the room as an incense, I used it, however, to sprinkle on my shoes, and works very nicely in destroying astral parasites.

In regards of washing clothing:

Whatever you do, do not mix sulfur-laden socks with your laundry when washing them, or your clothing will smell like sulfur. Only dilation of the sulfur by water would remove most of the smell of sulfur. In my experience, I would recommend handwashing sulfur-laden socks with mild detergent and cold water.

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