Light Of Ormuz - Eau De Parfum 30 ml
A fragrance of enlightenment.
The splendor of the ancient Persian god Ormuz.
Ormuz, the light in this world.
This perfume is a multi- tonal voice to an unusually arid/limpid duality
To feel mystic and illuminated from within. Clear up your mind, find your way, wherever you go.In this fragrance you find the exceptional melting of minty notes and tonka bean bound in an herbal aromatic atmosphere.
The splendor of the ancient Persian God Ormuz, the Creator God, Lord of Wisdom, praised and discribed by many philosophers. Ormuz, light of this world. This perfume places glittering accents from the divine Imagining into a sensual expierience.
Green mint leaves and clear waterdroplets dispersed by the winds sway gently in the light of dawn. With unlimited energy spice/herbal reveal themselves as aromatic beacons. Vetiver and cedar reveal a sensuality dipped in tonka will-o´-the-wisp which points the way to new paths. Their fragrant secrets are currantly hidden.
Thus spoke Zarathustra!
Ein Duft der Erleuchtung.
Der Glanz des altpersischen Gottes Ormuz.
Ormuz, das Licht in dieser Welt.
Der Glanz des altpersischen Gottes Ormuz, der Schöpfergott, Herr der Weisheit, von vielen Philosophen besungen und beschrieben. Ormuz, das Licht in dieser Welt. Dieser Duft setzt funkelnde Akzente, von der göttlichen Erahnung zum sinnlichen Erlebnis.
Sanft schwingen grüne Minzblätter und klare Windwassertropfen im Licht der Morgenröte. Mit entfesselter Energie öffnen sich Gewürzknospen zu aromatischen Leuchtfeuern. Vetivergras und Zedernholz enthüllen ein sinnliches, in Tonka getauchtes Irrlicht, das den Weg weist zu neuen Pfaden, deren duftende Geheimnise noch verborgen liegen.
Also sprach Zarathustra!!
The splendor of the ancient Persian god Ormuz, the Creator God, Lord of Wisdom, praised and described by many philosophers. Ormuz, the light of this world. This fragrance places glittering accents from the divine Imagining into a sensual experience.
Green mint leaves and clear water droplets dispersed by the winds sway gently in the light of dawn. With unlimited energy, spice/herbal buds reveal themselves as aromatic beacons. Vetiver and cedar reveal a sensuality dipped in tonka will-o'-the-wisp which points the way to new paths. Their fragrant secrets are currently hidden. Thus spoke Zarathustra!
What is a will-o'-the-wisp? It is atmospheric ghost lights seen by travelers at night, especially over bogs, swamps or marshes. It resembles a flickering lamp and is said to recede if approached, drawing travellers from the safe paths. Manuela's text refers to it as Irrlicht. What a poetic reference!
Light of Ormuz feels mystical and illuminated from within. I translated Gewürze as either "spice" or "herb" [it can be both], simply because it feels like both to me, with tonka adding its multi-tonal voice to an unusually arid/limpid duality. We are fresh and light, we are covered in the dust of the desert. Everything is open to our view, yet things are not as they seem. It is this juxtaposition which was Manuela's aim, and it works. Whether you are deep in contemplation or at the office, this is easy to wear and love. It is also long-lasting despite its apparent subtlety.
Mint Leaves, clear Water Notes, Citruses
Spicy and Herbal Notes
Vetiver, Cedar, Tonka Bean
Minzblätter, Klare Wassernoten und Zitrusgewächse
Gewürz - und Kräuternoten
Vetiver, Zedernholz, Tonkabohne