The longest spell in the ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead, Spell 125 covers the ceremonial process of crossing the underworld to reach the afterlife, including the famous weighing of the heart ceremony, where only a feather-light heart would pass the Gods test.
The spell itself is full of visceral and iconic imagery which provided a wealth of inspiration for this perfume. It represents lightness pulled by darkness, and while it steps away from the scorched tar notes that can be found in Anubis, Spell 125 follows the concept from my first perfume and now closes the circle.
This new fragrance will be the 7th offering in the Papillon collection and will be released on the 7th day of the 7th month to coincide with our 7th anniversary. In ancient Egypt, the number 7 was considered the number of the Gods and these deep esoteric connections thread together the inspiration and composition of Spell 125.
Everything about this perfume is entwined with magic, history and mystery. Liz Moores loved the cyclical nature of creating Spell 125 and she began the Papillon collection with a perfume inspired by Ancient Egypt and it has been a pleasure to create something entirely different.
Ingredients: Siberian Pine, White Ambergris, Black Hemlock, Green Sacra Frankincense, Ylang and Indian Sandalwood