Sacred oil to be used for anointing King Charles III Him coronation On May 6, the consecration of a Christian shrine in Jerusalem took place, Buckingham Palace said.
“Peace Oil” was created from olives harvested from two groves on the Mount of Olives, a mountain range east of Jerusalem’s Old City that has religious significance for Christians.
The olives from the Monastery of Mary Magdalene and the Monastery of the Ascension were squeezed near Bethlehem, where Christians believe Jesus was born. statement.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said he would like to see a new oil made from olives from the Mount of Olives since planning for the coronation began.
“This demonstrates the deep historical connection between the coronation, the Bible and the Holy Land. From ancient kings to the present day, monarchs have been anointed with oil from this sacred place. As we prepare to anoint the King and Queen Consort, I pray that the Holy Spirit will guide and strengthen them,” the statement said.
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At the ceremony Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem they saw the consecration of oil on Friday. It was held by the Patriarch of the Jerusalem Orthodox Church, His Beatitude Patriarch Theophilos III, and the Anglican Archbishop in Jerusalem, His Eminence Hosam Nahum. Christians believe that Jesus was crucified where the Holy Sepulcher now stands.
Charles’ coronation oil is based on the centuries-old formula used in the 1953 anointing of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, but with some important differences.
The late queen’s coronation oil included a blend of oils of orange, rose, cinnamon, musk and amber. Ambergris is a substance that comes from the intestines of the sperm whale.
The King’s Sacred Blend is made from oils of sesame, rose, jasmine, cinnamon, neroli, benzoin, amber and orange blossom – without any animal ingredients.
It will also be used to anoint Camilla, the queen consort, the statement said.