Hot sands, holy frankincense, sanctified myrrh, sun-bleached parchment, vanilla, black amber, coconut husk, a king's golden crown
This is a warm, regal scent conjuring an endless sea of sand with the hint of an oasis of coconut and dark vanilla carried on a warm desert wind. Golden frankincense, black amber, and myrrh stir under the endless dunes of hot sand, grounding the bright, golden notes that shine under the unrelenting sun.
With possible origins as a Babylonian goddess, King Paimon is the ninth demon told of in the Ars Goetia. He often appears as a young man, crowned with a stately gold crown and sitting atop a camel.
Paimon is a regal deity who is generous and patient with new practitioners. He bestows creativity, musical talent, and helps one find their true calling. Knowledge of lost recipes of alchemy, forgotten occult knowledge, knowledge of past and future events can be acquired through working with Paimon. He is best invoked in daylight with frankincense, dark alcohol, and offerings of pure gold.
Linan Tasa Jaden Paimon