The Holy Book


The Sacrament

Divination of The Day

5/8/21  Hot baths, remember, are part of the immortalist process.

14/2/22 By mid-August, his nose could have led him blind-folded to the places where the pollen was congregating.



The Essence: Jasmine, Mandarine/Lemon/Bergamot, Ylang Ylang, Patchouli, Beetroot


Jasminum officinale

An evergreen vine – shrub, about 10 metres high with delicate white flowers and bright green leaves. 

The fragrance of the star-shaped flowers is intensely sweet and has “an exquisitely expensive, exquisitely delightful aromatic” (Scott Cunningham Magical Aromatherapy). 

Jasmine is native to China, northern India and west Asia.

Jasmine essential oil can be used for sensitive skin, muscular spasm, labour pains, nervous exhaustion and stress-related conditions.

Jasmine is an aphrodisiac, sexual tonic and can help promote sensuality and lust.

Jasmine therapeutic qualities are perfect to awakened the Horned God.

Jasmine’s intense scent can affect our emotions by producing feelings of optimism, confidence and euphoria and on the spiritual level, it promotes creativity, intuition, insights and original and new ideas.

The full moon corresponds with the essence of Jasmine and it is its astrological symbol.




Jvalamalini is the one “who throws flames all around”. Jvalamalini is the Kala of the 14th day of the lunar cycle.

Jvalamalini’s energy can also be present in the flaming crown, the Chaosphere. Meditating on the picture below, you can almost capture her essence, perfectly masked in the scentuality of the Jitterybug perfume oil.

On February 2022, the paths of Jvalamalini Kala and St Beetaroota had crossed and for one very special day, you could feel the rhythm of the jitterbug flowing throw the fiery garland around the nearly full moon.

St Beetaroota

St Beetaroota  CE 640 – 666, was St Sexburger younger half-sister. St Beetaroota was born out of wedlock and unlike her sister, she spent most of her life in a tiny and very poor village in Essex, working the Beet fields.  One day while in the fields weeding, she was overcome by a very strong and distinctive smell. Her head spinning, she found the source was coming to form a very handsome man asleep next to a big rock in the centre of the field. 

She approached him cautiously, and exclaim, oh, what a goat! Which make him jump up onto his hooves and come towards her. The smell was so overpowering that she swoons, falling into the beets.  Laying on the cold earth, Beetaroota had a vision. The god Pan appear to her and said Join with me and I will teach you the secrets of the beets.

Soon after she woke up and opened her eyes, Pan was standing above her smiling at her. Instinctively she grabs one of the beets and held it close to her nose, immediately realizing that the scent of the beet neutralized the goatlike smell of the manbeastgod.

Now we can talk she said. Pan sat on a rock, took his pipes out and start playing the most hypnotic tune Beetaroota ever heard. The music was flowing over the field and a warm glowing haze like substance seemed to emanate from the beet plants, everything around her seem to slow down, the vibrant colours of the butterflies and bees covered the sunny field and a very sweet and earthy aroma filled her nose and washed over her limbic system making her smile.

I understand now, she said. Pan took her hand and kissed her. 

Remember, he said, the magickal essence can be collected only today and only between sunrise and sunset. This essence will provide you with the most unique ingredient for the invisibility potion, it will musk any offensive smells and unique phenomena. It is also the secret ingredient in the ancient formula of the evocation of me. 

 Please use with extra caution.  

He was gone.

From this day on Beetaroota’s village had produced the biggest and the healthiest beets in the country, they even supplied beets to the king. The little poor village becomes one of the wealthiest towns in the region. Beetaroota became a healer, using beets in her healing and magickal potions, people from all over the country came to seek her healing and blessings. 

Every year on the 14th of February, Beetaroota woke up just before dawn and went to the field in the hope she might meet Pan again, he never showed, but every year on that day, Beetaroota’s field was covered with the magickal warm glowing haze like substance, that she collected for her healing medicines, perfumes and potions.

On February 14th CE 666, Beetaroota went just before sunrise to her field, never to be seen again. Some said she’s been seen leaving the field with a goatlike person. After her disappearance, the villagers painted the big rock in her field red and every year on the 14th of February, they left offerings of beets and flowers on the rock and around it.

Beetroots are a great source of many essential vitamins and minerals. It’s packed with essential nutrients and is a great source of fibre, folate (vitamin B9), manganese, potassium, iron, and vitamin C.



A couple of weeks after Imbolc, on February 14th, we are celebrating St. Beetaroota day. On this day we immortalise the love story between the field maiden Beetaroota and Pan. We also learn how the humble winter root is a key ingredient in two of the most important magical formulas of all time.
Beetroots have long been considered an aphrodisiac in many cultures. Aphrodite, the Greek Goddess of Love, Pleasure and Fertility, was irresistible among the Goddesses and desired by all. Legend tells us that eating beets was the secret to her ageless beauty. The Oracle at Delphi decreed beets to be worth their weight in silver because of their deep mystic potency.
The sacred scriptures of the Jitterybug cult tell us how Kudra created a special scent, a perfume to mask the scent of Pan, so he can walk free among us without being detected or recognised, the K23.
This version of the K23 is a very complex and paradoxical blend of scents, aromas and fragrances. The journey to create a perfume that at the same time will represent the essence of the God Pan, and conceal it within its unique scent, took me on a journey exploring the rhythms and vibes of Green Magick which I never expected when I started writing this chapter. I am grateful for the author who recognised my skills and knowledge of the sacred teachings of the cult of the last God who can still
dance the Jitterbug.

K- 23 by Miryamdevi






 Divination of The Day:
“Zippers remind me o’ crocodiles, lobsters, and Aztec serpents. I wish me tweeds had more than the single fly… Zippers are primal and modern at the very same time. On one hand, your zipper is primitive and reptilian, on the other, mechanical and slick. A zipper is where the Industrial Revolution meets the Cubra Cult…”