9th House Mansions of Life Elixir

Purpose Travel Beliefs


‘The house of expansion and adventure’

Use the 9th House Mansions of Life Elixir to focus on the ninth mansion of life and align with Adnachiel, the angel of expansion and adventure. The ninth mansion of life is the area of your life that is associated with beliefs and physical and spiritual journeys.

I want greater energy and focus in the area of

Long distance and overseas travel; spiritual journeys; foreign countries; ideals; beliefs; law; legal activities; philosophy; religion.

Alchemical Essence

There are two ways of working with your alchemical elixir.

Simply take directly from the bottle under the tongue as an alchemical elixir or work with it in an Eighth Ray ritual to ‘supercharge’ your transformation.

  1. Take 3 drops 3 times a day under the tongue or more frequently if desired
  2. Conduct an Eighth Ray Chalice Ritual© or Eighth Ray ritual of your choice

Porta Alchémica® elixirs can be blended together with other planetary, zodiacal and mansions of life elixirs to create your own unique and personalised alchemical story. Have fun, be creative! To get help creating your story, use our free Magician’s Story Creator.

Full information on Eighth Ray rituals can be found in the book Eighth Ray Magic – The Magic of the Goddess – The Magic of Co-Creation. Eighth Ray rituals form an integral part of what is taught in the Medicine Woman Centre for Shamanic and Esoteric Studies® online training programs, the Medicine Woman Rite of the Twelve Celestial Regents© and Medicine Woman Ritual of the Twelve Gates©.

Pure New Zealand spring water, First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® No 109 Marsh Ribbonwood essence (Plagianthus divaricatus), First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® No 110 Pukatea essence (Laurelia novae-zelandiae), First Light Flower Essences of New Zealand® No 111 Giant Flowered Broom essence (Carmichaelia williamsii), Purpureus lumen naturae, Archangelic essence, Quartz crystal essence, ethanol.
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