Autorius: Gnostic TeachingsSulfur
Sulfur is used in order to reject tenebrous entities. - Samael Aun Weor, Tarot & Kabbalah
Sulfur or sulfur (Sanskrit, sulvere; Latin sulpur) was known in ancient times, and is referred to in the Biblical Pentateuch (Genesis). The word itself is almost certainly from the Arabic sufra meaning yellow, from the bright color of the naturally occurring form. English translations of the Bible commonly refer to sulfur as "brimstone," giving rise to the name of 'fire and brimstone' sermons. It is from this part of the Bible that hell is implied to "smell of sulfur" (similar to rotten eggs or burnt matches). Sulfur is a chemical element found in nature. As an incense, it is a very effective cleanser of psychological and spiritual impurities, but it is also necessary to use it wisely. It is not hard to use sulfur, but one should be aware that the smoke is toxic and harmful, and should not be inhaled. We recommend the use of sulfur, especially if you have never used it in a given home or temple. The procedure is simple: prepare a charcoal in a brazier. When it is very hot, place a spoonful of sulfur upon the charcoal, then leave the room or home for a few hours. When you return, air it out. You may then want to use a perfuming incense.
Malignant forms of thoughts and larvae enclosed within any room are disintegrated when one burns sulfur upon a burning piece of charcoal. - Samael Aun Weor
Burn sulfur for nine days in a row, in order to purify the atmosphere of the house and to cleanse it from astral larvae; afterwards, continue with the other types of incense in order to create a positive environment. Do not mix the buring of sulfur with other types of incense.