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Athena Oil


Ever since I was a little girl, I have loved to read. Having always had a great imagination, reading opened the doors to so many adventures.

Of course, some of my favorite literature was Greek mythology, and this is how I met Athena. Ever since, I have been in love with her.

In the year 2002, I had the incredible experience of spending a whole month in Greece, and I finally had the opportunity to stand on the grounds of the Acropolis.

This experience has been by far one of my most profound living moments, and even though I was not a Witch back then, for the first time, I felt pure magic.

Athena is the goddess of wisdom and war and the mighty Zeus's favorite daughter.

Athena represents to me pure fierce and intelligence. The ability to conquer with mental muscle. She has been present in my life every time I need her.

From 2004 to 2010, I was consumed by gruesome court cases, and Athena empowered me and guided me through.


I made Athena’s oil with her fierce wisdom and power in my mind. I want to share the empowerment she bestows upon me with you.


This oil has been formulated with ingredients representing Athena, including olive leaves, and it has been made to assist you whenever you need the clarity of mind and wisdom to annihilate an enemy.

This oil can also be used whenever you need strength and protection, Whenever you need support in court cases and life battles.

You can also give as an offering to Athena.

You can anoint candles when performing candle magic, add to charm bags, draw sigils with it, rub it in your hands when meditating, and more!

I hope you love it as much as I do!





Here is me and Charlie in the Acropolis 2002.

The tree you see in the back is said to be the first olive tree ever on Earth and was a gift from Athena to the city. It was the very Athena who planted the seed of this tree.







As a curious fact, I will share here with you the myth of the olive tree and how Athens got its name. Make sure to check it out!


https://greektraveltellers.com/blog/athens-name-giving-myth

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Blessed Be🦋🦋🦋

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