Imagine walking into a sacred temple  rich with scent infusing the senses. The first impression is the subtle smokiness of incense burning in the background. Shining light reflected off gold and silver ceremonial objects not only catches your eye but also comes alive to allow you to discern the often unnoticed scent of metal as the heat from the sun warms them up. As the incense burns longer the deeper notes come through to unveil the uplifting aura of clary sage and the hint of sweet citrus giving off a touch of regality. You find yourself elevating up to the realm of the divine.

Sanctifino

Incense  Metal  Citrus

Notes:

Galbanum, Clary Sage, Silver Fir

Sweet Orange, Siberian Fir, Myrrh, Labdanum

Scent Description:

 

Sanctifino captures the sacred infusion of spirit into matter. It is a call to anoint our earthly forms and reactivate the essence of divinity that is carried within. An uplifting scent of citrus and metallic notes with an ambiance that is semi-sweet and slightly smoky. Sanctifino reflects the axiom of  "as above, so below"

IN ODOREM AESTIMATIONE PROSUS DIVINUS

The gods were said to exude fragrant scents all their own which marked their divine essence and hinted at their presence when visiting the earthly realm below the heavens. As a volte-face the ethereal scent of Sanctifino distills the inner divine nature carried within our mortal forms and lifts one up to the realm of  the gods.

Esoteric Elements

Halo:

Represents enlightenment, like a ring encircling the sun and often of light depicted in paintings of Saints.

Dome:

Represents the celestial sphere (the heavens).

Logos:

Tower:

A common architectural feature which enables one to see from a higher perspective and a wider view-point. This represents the ability to perceive the world from a place of higher awareness/consciousness.

Encasement:

Alludes to the bottle itself and represents being encapsulated physical form. The square shape reflects the "four corners of the earth".

Sanctifino

About the Bottle

  • Halo: Represents enlightenment, often seen in painting of Saints.

  • Dome: Represents the celestial sphere (the heavens).

  • Tower: A common architectural feature which enables one to see from a higher perspective and with a wider point of view. This represents the ability to see or perceive the world from a place of higher awareness/consciousness.

  • Logos: Derived from a Greek word meaning reason. Philosophically it alludes to the divine reason for being, the nature of existence. The name of the perfume “Sanctifino” is a play on words incorporating “sanctify” and the Italian word “fino” alluding to the state of being refined. This is the process of spiritual evolution.

  • Encasement: Alluding to the bottle itself and representing being encapsulated in physical form. The bottle being square reflects the "four corners of the earth".

 

 

 

The bottle starting from the bottom and rising all the way up to the top represents a spiritual journey. The one in which every mystical initiate undergoes in which their existence begins with a manifestation into the dense earthly world, continuously works to refine the soul, then progresses in the path of higher consciousness and eventually reaches an enlightened state. 

Derived from a Greek word meaning reason. Philosophically it alludes to the reason for being the nature of existence. The name  this perfume, "Sanctifino" is a play on words combining "sanctify" and the Italian word "fino" alluding to the stated of being refined This is the process of spiritual evolution.