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Asafoetida Resin

While the asafoetida plant is most known as an herb for use in food, it also is a powerful form of incense that when burned disintegrates astral larvae, such as incubi and succubi. 

As incense it is very effective, totally natural, and far safer than using sulfur powder. 

This asafoetida resin is produced in India for use in food. It is the highest quality available. It is many times stronger and purer than the powdered versions sold in stores.

Because this asafoetida resin is so potent, usage only requires only a tiny amount. However you use it, start with less than you expect to need. For instance, on incense charcoal, you only need one or two small pieces. In cooking, a very tiny pinch is enough. 

Asafoetida is highly valued for its rich flavor. Since this resin is very high quality, it is also very "aromatic." It does not smell like the parsley / fennel family it comes from, but more like roasted garlic or onions. When cooked or burned as incense, the fragrance changes. 

Includes one (1) ounce of asafoetida resin, packaged in a reusable, food-grade pouch made from natural Japanese kraft paper with a resealable airtight zip lock closure.

USES OF ASAFOETIDA:

  • Cleanse a space
  • Disintegrate astral parasites like incubi and succubi
  • Use as a spice in your cooking (its great in dal)

HOW TO USE:

  • In a brazier or firesafe pot, light an incense charcoal. When it is white hot, place a little bit of crushed or powdered asafoetida onto the coal. The smoke will purify the area.

"Women who masturbate engender incubi from their spilled seminal fluid. Likewise, men who masturbate engender succubi from their ejaculated semen. Incubi are masculine and the succubi are feminine. These “elementaries” incite their progenitors to repeat the perverted vice that gave them life; they live at the expense of the vital body of their progenitors. This is how incubi and succubi physically weaken their victims. Asafetida smudges disintegrate incubi and succubi... 

...“elementaries” make disciples fall into the abyss of temptation. This is why every disciple should use sulfur and asafetida, because black magicians utilize all of these larvae in order to harm and swerve the devotees from the path." —Samael Aun Weor, The Divine Science

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David
Smells delicious

The Asafoetida Resin has a roasted garlic smell to it. I like lighting it around lunch time because it smell delicious. Wonderful product!

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Z.G.
Excellent quality

I ordered some Asafoetida from Glorian because I couldn't find it anywhere else online. It does smell like garlic And onion but believe it or not in many cultures, the skin of those two vegetables are known to purify spaces!
I am clairvoyant and clairaudience and can immediately tell the difference after burning this incense in my home. The space is clear and it repels both lower astral entities and earthbound spirits. This is a must have for any serious person on the path. There is no other incense as power except sulfur but that isn't safe to burn indoors.

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Adam Gill
Sets the Mood for Dinner

Have an imaginary restaurant in your home with Asafoetida. Spontaneous recollections and intuitive connections with your ideal out-to-eat scenario become an internal reality. Since the resin smells like garlic, there is of course a psycho-somatic (somatic-psycho?) appetizing effect, but it also cleanses the space for wholesome gatherings. Right?

If you suffer from vampiric homo-sexual incubi, it is my deductive reasoning that the garlic smell indicates particular efficacy against these astral parasites that prey on homo-sexual subconsciousness. Although that is just a theory, I really am more sexually pure and natural after burning Asafoetida and destroying unwanted dinner guests.

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Irfan Saeed

Asafoetida Resin

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Anadele C Roulain
Great service and product

This is the first order I have placed with Glorian. They shipped quickly, and the order arrived in good condition. It was exactly what I was looking for.