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AC/DC Oil Recipe

acdc oilAC/DC oil is used for two purposes that may seem unrelated, but aren’t so far apart.  On the one hand, it is attractive of same sex partners, whether it is worn by someone genitally/hormonally male or female.  On the other, it helps anyone of any gender or orientation solve dilemmas and make sound decisions with a balance of rationality and compassion.  The reason it works for both is because the combination of ingredients is balancing and harmonizing.

Because this is to be worn on the forehead, it is important to use the old formula instead of the newer essential oil version.  Though the new version may smell very nice, getting it in your eyes accidentally from dripping or from sweat can blind you.  As a rule of thumb, go infusion whenever something will need to be on your face or other sensitive areas.

If you have no choice because some of the ingredients are only available as oils, mix a few drops of your AC/DC oil recipe with kumkum powder, tumeric, or some sort of foundation makeup powder before applying it.  Then at least you can see where it is if it smears or drips.

AC/DC Infusion Oil

You will need:


After giving offerings to your Gate Keeper and an androgynous deity, arrange your ingredients, and light some incense pleasing to both of them.

Give the jar some smoke, and speak into it the oil’s purpose.

Then mindfully add the ingredients.

Give the lid some smoke, and close the jar.  Shake it gently.

Cover the jar with the green cloth, and place it in a very secure place for 3 months.

How to Use AC/DC Oil

When you have a tough decision to make or a difficult dilemma, paint a cross of this oil on your forehead before sleeping.  As you do this pray that you will be given the ability to make a sound decision, and the strength to do what needs to be done.

For attracting someone of the same sex, put a dab of this on your forehead, one on your solarplexus, and one on your navel.


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