BLUEBEARD - COCTEAU TWINS from the album FOUR CALENDER CAFE

Whenever I hear old chronicles of love, its age-old pain,
Its ancient tale of being apart or together.
As I stare on and on into the past, in the end you emerge,
Clad in the light of a pole-star piercing the darkness of time:
You become an image of what is remembered forever.

DARLING NIKKI - (the immortal) PRINCE from the album PURPLE RAIN

Tangerine peel, Mirabella plum, raw sugar, red currant and reassuring amber.

FASCINATION STREET - THE CURE from the album DISINTEGRATION

The Spirit of the Element Air: Intelligent, quick, east, yellow, tarot, sunrise, fairies, travel, freedom, sanguine, flowers, sylphs, knowledge, education, Aradia, Thoth, psychology, hearing, sound, mountain tops, beaches and other wind-swept areas, Oya, feathers, incense smoke.

LOVE MY WAY - PSYCHEDELIC FURS from the album ALL OF THIS AND NOTHING

The Spirit of the Element Water: Setting sun, west, purifying, taste, twilight, blue, phlegmatic. shells, chalice, flowing, healing, undines, mermaids, soothing, loving, psychic awareness, dreams, peace, marriage, Isis, receptive, Yemaya, emotional, silver.

DENIMS AND CURLS - THE CHAMELEONS - from the album TONY FLETCHER WALKED ON WATER

REPTILE - THE CHURCH from the album STARFISH

Seen roaming through the lonely night dressed in stark white with her face shrouded by a matching veil, La Llorona mortifies all that have the misfortune of coming across her with her terrible cries. Her name itself means 'The Wailing Woman' or 'The Weeping Woman'. Like Black Annis and Bloody Mary she is now an urban legend, however, again like the former, there is so much more to her history. There have been sightings of La Llorona since the 1500's wandering the streets of the town that would eventually become Mexico City lamenting over the loss of her children and then disappearing into the nearby river.

TAINTED LOVE - SOFT CELL from the album SINGLES

She shares characteristics with the Banshee and the Mothman as a harbinger (not cause) of death and to warn others of impending danger and disaster. La Llorona, who was probably a demonized version of the ancient goddess Cihuacóatl: the goddess of snakes and midwifery, is once again being restored to her goddess status. Young Latina mothers petition her, particularly those in situations of desperation.

BONUS PERFUMES - SUPER LIMITED EDITION!

A symbolic perfumed prayer to the spirit grief and loss: Blood red gulab attar in full bloom, shy English violet, the passion of clove infused with red sandalwood, red blood musk and the innocence of the gift of crocus in the form of saffron threads all anchored in earthy russet patchouli saturated black honey.