Ari (creature of dust, child of God) (wisdomeagle) wrote,
Ari (creature of dust, child of God)

my smells haz arrived!

Great big small box of bpal!

Bottle of Penitence.

12 imps I ordered.
4 frimps.

What to smell FIRST, friends?

Ok, first to sort out the frimps (free imps, which are delightful surprises).

One of them seems to be Blockbuster, which is a Twilight Alchemy Lab scent (the line intended for ritual use):
Used to open up options in your life, overcome obstacles, and create opportunities. This blend increases your potential for success, inspires creativity and quick thinking, and helps you to be more flexible, adaptable and open to change.

Which is fine, although not the ritual scent I would have chosen for myself at this moment in my life.

Also Mage from the RPG series, which I think was on my wishlist, Sheol, and Tamora.

OK THEN. What to smell first?

All right.

Miskatonic University.

Official copy:
A venerable New England university, whose vast library holds many rare, diabolical and obscure arcane works, including one of the few surviving legitimate copies of the Necronomicon. Home to innumerable scholars of the esoteric and the occult, and the notorious Dr. Herbert West.

The scent of Irish coffee, dusty tomes and polished oakwood halls.

Sweet, creamy coffee drink, then something... -- oh! that must be oakwood? I was thinking something plantish, and I think perhaps it could be wood.

-- I think oatmeal? Some sort of grain with some sort of sugar -- brown sugar maybe -- running through it.

-- this is changing more in drying than a lot of bpals I've tried on me, definitely becoming more nuanced. I also think it's fading pretty quickly, but this is the way of natural oils.

Further updates if events warrant.

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